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Connecting to Collections: A Call to Action

The IMLS is running a series of free webinars about caring for collections.

Per their description:

Using the content of the Connecting to Collections Bookshelf, Forums, and Workshops, these highly interactive webinars will connect you with experts and colleagues to discuss issues of common concern.  The series has a dual focus:  four webinars will help you learn how to conduct outreach to the media, the public, and funders on behalf of collections, and two webinars will help you derive maximum benefit from the Connecting to Collections Bookshelf.

Past webinars will be archived so you can view them on your own time.

Check it out!

Free Ebook – Making Your Nonprofit Event a Success

Courtesy of the Network for Good, here’s a free ebook download: The Big Event – 5 Tips for Making Your Next Event a Great Success.

Lots of museums see events as a way to gain revenue, stakeholders, and recognition. There’s all sorts of interesting debate out there about whether or not events are successful in doing that. One thing’s for sure, though – no matter how high your hopes, if your event isn’t well-planned, there’s a good chance it will end up costing you the things you all the things you hoped to gain.

Vice President for Marketing [Mount Vernon Estate & Gardens]

The Vice President for Marketing is responsible for planning and executing a multi-faceted program including media relations, advertising initiatives and creating promotions that increase visitation and attention to George Washington and Mount Vernon. The Vice President for Marketing sets objectives and strategies for the department, supervises staff, exercises sound fiscal responsibility, and actively represents Mount Vernon to build strategic alliances on local, state and national levels.

To be considered for this position, candidates must meet these minimum requirements:
– Bachelor’s degree
– Ten years of marketing experience – including supervision – preferably in a tourism, history, or hospitality environment
– An interest in the Mission of Mount Vernon and eagerness to share its importance with others

Please forward a resume, cover letter and salary history/requirement by email to hrmail@mountvernon.org, by fax to 703.780.8320 or by US Mail to POB 110, Mount Vernon, VA 22121.

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