Spring 2018 Skills Development Workshop A Success!


The Spring Workshop in Martinez, California was amazing.  Thank you to Andrea Blachman and Todd Shulman who worked tirelessly to plan a successful event on April 12.  Over 50 attendees enjoyed a day of networking which included valuable presentations on Board Governance, Starting a History Alliance or Group and Traveling Exhibits.  Presentation material will be uploaded to the Knowledge Base portion of the website within the next week.  Members and attendees will receive an email notification when they are ready for viewing.  Thank you to everyone who attended.  If you attended and are not an individual member, please register today!

Special thanks to our featured speakers:

Audrey Smith, JFKU College of Law

John Eckstrom, CFO of Shelter, Inc.

Maryellen Burns

Beverly Lane

Todd Shulman

Amy Cohen, Executive Director, Exhibit Envoy







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commented 2017-03-28 16:38:55 -0700 · Flag
CCHS events are always worthwhile to attend. The subjects covered were areas that will benefit historical societies and museums. Thank you to the speakers for sharing your knowledge and answering questions. I learned something from each one of you that will be useful for our groups. I’m already making plans to meet up at the Annual Meeting in June!
commented 2017-02-16 17:40:59 -0800 · Flag
Another great CCHS Workshop is planned!
commented 2016-01-15 16:57:01 -0800 · Flag
Come to the Martinez Workshop on Thursday, January, 28, 2016 . Two great topics to be presented: Oral History and Who is your Audience? Register Now!
commented 2015-08-29 09:30:58 -0700 · Flag
Thanks to Ralph Thomas, RVP Region 29 for creating and sponsoring the Regional Membership and Skills Development Workshop. Focused topics to be presented about membership development with guest speakers. Support Ralph’s effort with a large attendance. Register today.
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