Free Webinars

Monthly Giving: Your Nonprofit Sustainability Plan
February 28, 2024, 1 p.m.

Join fundraising master trainer, Chad Barger, CFRE, for a session on launching, marketing and growing a monthly giving program at your nonprofit organization. Chad will highlight the data behind why monthly giving is the key to nonprofit sustainability and then provide specific, actionable steps that you can take to launch or expand a monthly giving program. Templates and resources will be provided to help attendees implement the recommendations.

Please register here.


Building Museums, The Mid Atlantic Association of Museums (MAAM)

March 6-8, 2024, Philadelphia

The MAAM Building Museums Symposium is a national symposium on the process, promise, and pitfalls of planning and managing museum capital building projects. This symposium is for museum leaders, architects, planners, project managers, technical experts, and those who plan to implement new construction, renovation, preservation, or expansion projects for museums. The three-day symposium will consist of various types of presentations: a full-day workshop, keynotes, breakout sessions, behind-the-scenes tours, and social events. MAAM is currently recruiting volunteers for Building Museums. Please contact MAAM’s Executive Director, Kahla DeSmit, if you are interested in volunteering.

AAM Annual Meeting and MuseumExpo

May 16-19, 2024
Baltimore, Maryland

Small Museum Association Conference

February 18-21, 2024
Richmond, Virginia

Registration is open.

MAAM Annual Meeting

October 2024
Philadelphia, PA

MAAM’s Annual Meeting is coming to Philadelphia in October 2024. We will share more information when it becomes available.

AASLH Programs

Annual Conference
September 11-14, 2024, Mobile Alabama

Hotel room block reservations are now available. Registration opens in June. Learn more.

Virtual Events/Webinars

February 8 – 9: Doing History in Polarized Times Virtual Summit


AASLH Workshops are in-person or virtual trainings. Subject experts from the field lead these workshops, which cover key subject areas important to history practitioners. In-person workshops are held at various locations around the country.

February 29 – March 1, 2024: Project Management for History Professionals (Onsite, Kansas City)

June 17 – 18, 2024: Collections Camp: Textiles (Onsite) 

July 9 – 10, 2024: Project Management for History Professionals (Onsite)

Online Courses

Registration is now open for the spring session. Courses typically fill up before the registration deadline, so register early.

March 18 – May 17: Caring for Museum Collections*

March 11 – April 19: Introduction to Museum Endowments*

March 18 – May 17: Leadership and Administration for History Organizations*

March 18 – May 17: Project Management for History Professionals

Arcus Leadership Program Courses

Specifically designed for emerging and mid-level professionals and volunteers, these self-paced courses help participants understand the most critical topics in the history field and incorporate that understanding into their work. Start these courses any time.

Accessibility for Historical Organizations
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion for History Organizations
Introduction to Indigenous History