[Webinar] Welcome (or Refresher) Webinar for Organizations Enrolled in StEPs
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[Webinar] Welcome (or Refresher) Webinar for Organizations Enrolled in StEPs

Is your organization one of the 950 museums or historic sites enrolled in AASLH’s StEPs program? If so, you are invited to take part in this free orientation/refresher webinar to learn three different approaches for using the workbook, how to access the StEPs website, getting recognition for progress made by your organization, and more. We’ll also answer your questions about StEPs and show you a few examples of organizations that have successfully used the program to make meaningful changes.

2/8/2018
When: Thursday, February 8, 2018
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM EASTERN
Where: United States
Presenter: John Dichtl
Contact: Cherie Cook
573.893.5164


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Is your organization one of the 950 museums or historic sites enrolled in AASLH’s StEPs program? Perhaps you are new to the program, or maybe your organization enrolled some time ago but now needs to dust off your copy of the StEPs workbook after a long hiatus.

All organizations enrolled in StEPs are invited to take part in a free orientation/refresher webinar on February 8, 2018 to learn three different approaches for using the workbook, how to access the StEPs website, getting recognition for progress made by your organization, and more. We’ll also answer your questions about StEPs and show you a few examples of organizations that have successfully used the program to make meaningful changes. 

Note: This webinar is only for organizations that have paid the StEPs enrollment fee. Organizations considering enrollment in the program are invited to watch the “Is it Time for Your Organization to Enroll in StEPS?” webinar recording. Request the link from cook@aaslh.org

Cost: Free

 

About the Presenter: Cherie Cook is AASLH Senior Program Manager. Prior to joining the Association, Cherie worked with museums in Oklahoma for more than sixteen years, first as field services coordinator and then as executive director of the Oklahoma Museums Association. Much of Cherie’s work at AASLH focuses on smaller history organizations and is influenced not only by her years in Oklahoma but also her experience as a county historical society curator. 

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