With all of the rapid changes and uncertainty in today's museum world, help is on the way in the form of a StEPs-CT Virtual Open House & Reunion. Connecticut Humanities and the Connecticut League of History Organizations are joining forces to reunite organizations who participated in the StEPs-CT program—as well as those who have not yet done StEPs-CT but are interested in learning more—to talk about the issues and concerns most on your organization’s mind today.
StEPs-CT is based on the Standards and Excellence Program for History Organizations (StEPs), a national model curriculum developed by the American Association for State and Local History. From 2012 to 2017, 47 Connecticut organizations went through the StEPs-CT program and worked for two years to make positive changes through professional development, facilitated conversation, mentorship, and competitive grant funding.
This Virtual Open House & Reunion is designed for all past StEPs-CT participants, as well as organizations interested in learning more about StEPs-CT.
This program will help your organization:
- Learn what’s happening at the state level
- Receive small-group guidance and advice from StEPs-CT program faculty
- Participate in small group discussions with other institutions facing the same issues and challenges as yours
- Familiarize yourself with StEPs and help your organization plot its course forward
The program is free, but registration is required to receive the Zoom link. Organizations can have as many individuals participate as they’d like.