• Pick your desired level of sponsorship—Friend, Supporter, Advocate, or Guarantor—and after your purchase we’ll work with you to select discrete events or features of the conference you’ll sponsor as part of your sponsorship package. To purchase your sponsorship this way, visit this page in our online system.
  • Pick the event, item, or feature you want to sponsor, and get all the benefits of sponsorship associated with that tier. You can see the list of events and items below. Email Program Manager Meghan Hillman at [email protected] to arrange to sponsor this way, so we can prepare a digital invoice for just the cost of that event or item.


FRIEND | $350 TO $1,199

Recognition and direct link on NCPH website through April 2023
Recognition in the final digital and print versions of the conference Program (if received by February 15, 2023)
Signage with your institution’s logo at the sponsored event or on the event’s printed material Recognition on general conference sponsorship signage
Recognition of contribution in the June 2023 issue of NCPH newsletter Public History News
Pre- and post-meeting attendee email list for a one-time message each

SUPPORTER | $1,200 TO $1,999

All Friend level benefits, and:
One complimentary quarter-page ad in the 2023 meeting Program (if received by February 15, 2023)
Two mentions from the NCPH Twitter account, reaching our 16,000+ followers (one before the conference and one during)
One complimentary meeting registration

ADVOCATE | $2,000 TO $2,999

All Friend and Supporter level benefits, and:
One complimentary half-page ad in the 2023 meeting Program (if received by February 15, 2023—this replaces the quarter-page ad at the Supporter level)
Your logo in the NCPH meeting Program (if received by February 15, 2023)
One complimentary booth in the 2023 exhibit hall (with two complimentary registrations)
One additional mention from the NCPH Twitter account before the conference, reaching our 16,000+ followers (for a total of three)

GUARANTOR | $3,000+

All Friend, Supporter, and Advocate level benefits, and:
One complimentary full-page ad in the annual meeting Program (if received by February 15, 2023—this replaces the half-page ad at the Advocate level)
One additional complimentary meeting registration (for a total of three)
Two complimentary tickets to the Awards Breakfast and Keynote
One additional mention from the NCPH Twitter account in the month before or after the conference, reaching our 16,000+ followers and all following the #NCPH2023 hashtag (for a total of four)





Opening Reception TAKEN $2,000 $1,300
Public Plenary TAKEN $1,750 $1,000
Public History Educators’ Forum TAKEN $1,750 $500
Awards Breakfast and Keynote TAKEN $1,500 $750
Consultants’ Speakeasy TAKEN $1,500 $350
New Professional & Graduate Student Social $1,500 $750
Networking Coffee Break (in the exhibit hall) TAKEN $950 $600
First Time Attendee Meet-Up $750 $500
Digital Public History Lab TAKEN $750 $500
Speed Networking   — $400
Poster Session and Reception   — $400
The Commonsa gathering place (in the exhibit hall) TAKEN $500 $375
Conference Connections (our mentoring program!) $350    —





Face Masks (distributed to all attendees) $2,000   —
Name Badges/Lanyards (with your logo) TAKEN $2,000   —
Printed Conference Program   TAKEN $2,000 $1,300
Conference Wi-Fi $2,000 $1,300
Accessibility Sponsor $1,500 $1,000
Conference Mobile App $1,000   —
Printed Awards Program TAKEN $500   —

Thanks to our 2023 sponsors!


Atlanta History Center (in kind) An Evening at the Atlanta History Center
Georgia Humanities  Public Plenary and coffee break
Middle Tennessee State University Center for Historic Preservation Tours and Trips
National Park Service (in kind) National Park Service Opening Plenary
William G. Pomeroy Foundation Opening Reception and coffee break


Omeka/Digital Scholar – Badges and Lanyards


Historical Research Associates – Consultants’ Speakeasy
Page (https://www.pagethink.com/) – Printed conference Program


American West Center, University of Utah – Awards Breakfast and Keynote (co-sponsor)
Clemson University Digital History Program Digital Public History Lab
Duquesne University Public History Poster Session and Reception
Georgia State University Public History Educators’ Forum
Kennesaw State University – Public History Educators’ Forum
Lawrence de Graaf Center for Oral and Public History at California State University, Fullerton – The Commons
SolidLight Inc. Poster Session and Reception
University of California PressMeet the Editors event and coffee break
University of Massachusetts AmherstNational Park Service Opening Plenary
University of Massachusetts Boston – Awards Program
University of West Georgia – Public History Educators’ Forum
Voces Oral History Center, University of Texas at Austin – Speed Networking and Poster Session and Reception
Bill Willingham – Consultants’ Speakeasy
Firefly Preservation – Consultants’ Speakeasy
Kathleen Conti – Consultants’ Speakeasy