11:15 am - 12:30 pm

Volunteers give what is most precious to them: their time. Is your organization adequately repaying them, rewarding their commitment, keeping them motivated and enthusiastic? Or is your volunteer program stale, stagnant, withering? We will explore how museums can reinvigorate and rally their existing volunteer corps and become an attractive, competitive choice for new recruits.
Having a network of colleagues outside of our immediate co-workers was crucial when disaster struck. The members of the Museum Educators of Puget Sound have leaned into this community for support, resources, and information during the COVID pandemic. Join us for open conversation on what we learned about our identity as museum educators, how we supported each other during different phases of the...
Now, more than ever, museums have the opportunity to lead efforts in the fight against enmity and injustice. Whether through neighborhood interactions, programs, exhibitions, collecting, or educational efforts, our organizations are public centers for deterring hate and promoting diversity, understanding, and respect. Panelists from four culturally specific institutions will consider new insights...
Join four Executive Directors as they share lessons learned and strategies for success for new leaders. The session will begin with a fish bowl conversation between the presenters and then open up to a Q&A.
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