PATRONS AND PARTNERS

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PATRON — $600

Patron level members receive:

  • Annual membership to NCPH
  • Public History News (quarterly newsletter) – 3 print copies
  • The Public Historian (quarterly journal) – 1 print copy and 3 digital logins to all back issues for institutional staff
  • Public History News Update (PHNU) (weekly e-newsletter) – sent to 3 individuals
  • Copies of any publications NCPH releases during that calendar year
  • One paid registration to the annual meeting (The next annual meeting will be held April 18-21, in Las Vegas, NV)
  • Discounts off of the regular annual meeting registration rate for 2 individuals in your organization/department who are not already individual members of NCPH. Contact the NCPH office for discount code
  • Advance notice of volunteer opportunities for students at the annual meeting
  • First opportunity to use discounted student rate hotel rooms at the annual meeting hotel when available
  • Acknowledgment of your role as a patron at the annual meeting, in the annual reports, programs and all publications NCPH puts out within that year
  • A longer introduction to your program and your logo in the NCPH Guide to Public History Programs
  • Inclusion of logo in the revolving Patrons and Partners logo section on the website footer. Patrons’ logos are uploaded twice for more exposure
  • Priority placement of job openings on the NCPH job board and on the homepage list of jobs

PARTNER — $400

Partner level members receive:

  • Annual membership to NCPH
  • Public History News (quarterly newsletter) – 2 print copies
  • The Public Historian (quarterly journal) – 1 print copy and 2 digital access logins to all back issues for institutional staff
  • Public History News Update (PHNU) (weekly e-newsletter) – sent to 2 individuals
  • Discounts off of the regular annual meeting registration rate for two (2) individuals in your organization/department who are not already members of NCPH. Contact the NCPH office for discount code.
  • Advance notice of volunteer opportunities for students at the annual meeting
  • First opportunity to use discounted student rate hotel rooms at the annual meeting hotel when available
  • Acknowledgment of your role as a partner at the annual meeting, in the annual reports, programs and all publications NCPH puts out within that year
  • A longer introduction to your program and your logo in the NCPH Guide to Public History Programs
  • Inclusion of logo in the revolving Patrons and Partners logo section on the website footer
  • Priority placement of job openings on the NCPH job board and on the homepage list of jobs

PARTNERS

Kristin Ahlberg

Arthur A. Wishart Library, Algoma University

Baldwin Wallace University, Dept. of History

Boston African American National Historic Site

California State University at Chico, Dept. of History

Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21

Carleton University, Dept. of History

The CHAPS Program at The University of Texas – Rio Grande Valley 

The Civil War Institute at Gettysburg College

Florida State University, Dept. of History

Frontier Culture Museum

Georgia State University, Heritage Preservation Program

Girl Scouts of the USA

The Hermitage

IEEE History Center at Stevens Institute of Technology

Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Dept. of History

Kentucky Historical Society

Meijer Heritage Center

Missouri Historical Society

National Library of Medicine of the National Institutes of Health

National Park Service, Harpers Ferry Center

The National Parks of Boston

Naval Undersea Museum 

North Carolina State University, Dept. of History

Oklahoma State University, Dept. of History

Piraeus Bank Group Cultural Foundation – Historical Archives Dept. 

Rhode Island Middle Passage Medallions

Rincon Tribal Museum

Rutgers University-Newark, Graduate Program in American Studies

Sharon Leon

Shippensburg University, Dept. of History

St. John’s University, Dept. of History

Stephen F. Austin State University

University at Albany, SUNY, Dept. of History

University of California, Riverside, Dept. of History

University of Massachusetts Boston, Dept. of History

University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Dept. of History

University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Dept. of History

University of Northern Iowa, Dept. of History

University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire, Dept of History

University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Dept of History

West Virginia University, Dept. of History

Western Michigan University, Dept. of History

Wilkes University, Dept. of History

Wright State University, Public History Concentration

Gerald Zahavi