Massachusetts boasts a rich network of museums, archives, historical societies, documentary filmmakers, and historic preservation agencies, as well as one of the top public research universities in the nation. Since 1986, the Public History Program at the University of Massachusetts Amherst has provided a vital link between the University and the Commonwealth's wide variety of institutions that preserve and communicate history to the public.
Provides advice for undergraduate, graduate, and international students. The service ranges from a one-on-one session to resume/ cover letter samples.
Created by the UMass Amherst Graduate School, the OPD helps train graduate students in portable skills that are essential for success regardless of discipline or line of work. The OPD also introduces students to a broad range of career options, both inside and outside the academy.
This service provides job postings from a wide variety of institutions for the public history profession.
Stands for "alternative academic."
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Provides museum employment opportunities in the New England region.
Employment beyond the traditional world of the academy.