American Institute For Conservation
Category: Arts & Culture
DescriptionThe Institute supports conservation education, research, and outreach activities that increase understanding of our global cultural heritage. The Institute's Holly Maxson Conservation grants seek to reach and build awareness among students (from any level in the range between middle school and undergraduate) about aspects of the field of conservation and related fields such as architecture, book arts, libraries and archives, cabinetmaking, and the historic trades as a career path; encourage the target audience to consider conservation or related fields as a career path; promote and expand diversity, equity, and inclusion; become a permanent part of ongoing educational programs, which includes potential for programs to be financially sustainable; and achieve project results (as seen in workplan, budget, personnel involved, capacity to manage funds). Applicants must be a member of the Institute. Visit the Web site to learn more about the Institute, the Maxson grants and application instructions.
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