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Preservation and Access Education and Training (humanities | USA)

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The Preservation and Access Education and Training, funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), supports projects that develop educational programs for professionals who preserve and provide access to humanities collections. This program aims to advance long-term access to diverse materials such as paper-based, photographic, archaeological, and audiovisual collections.

NEH awards are available for organizations providing national, regional, or statewide education and training programs for professionals.

Projects can be in any phase, ranging from initial curriculum development to advanced execution, and collaborations with both academic and non-academic institutions are welcome.

Project activities must support one or more of the following programmatic areas:

  • field services, networks, or consortia that offer training and educational resources and services to professionals
  • continuing education opportunities that provide professionals with extended or specialized training in new or current preservation and access topics
  • student and early career programs focused on building skills in preservation and access for cultural heritage collections. Programs may occur at either academic or non-academic institutions

The maximum award amount is 350,000 USD for a period of up to 3 years. Support is provided for up to five years for programs that grant graduate degrees in art conservation. Optional draft is due on April 9, 2024. Applications close on May 21, 2024.

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