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09 November 2021

2022 Election now open!

NCPH’s 2022 Election is now open for current members through January 15, 2022. The board and nominating committee play an important role in shaping the organization and its direction. Have your say in the future of NCPH by voting today!

Members were emailed their ballots on November 8. Read More

13 October 2021

Posting to the NCPH Jobs Page

If you’re an employer looking to advertise a public history job or internship, we invite you to post to the NCPH jobs page free of charge. Please note that we only post compensated internship advertisements (no unpaid internships) and jobs that provide salary information, such as a salary, salary range, hourly rate, or salary code. Read More

11 October 2021

NCPH 2021 sessions available for Native American History Month

It has been seven months since the 2021 NCPH Virtual Conference, and the National Council on Public History (NCPH) continues to celebrate the conversations presenters and attendees shared. NCPH President Greg Smoak and 2021 Conference Co-Chairs Laurie Arnold (Sinixt) and Leisl Carr Childers would like to amplify selected conversations as resources that communities can draw upon for both Indigenous Peoples’ Day (October 11, 2021) and Native American Heritage Month (November 2021) programming. Read More