Apply to be an #AAM2022 Community Journalist
We are currently seeking applicants the #AAM2022 Community Journalists program. All completed applications will be given full consideration. For more information about expectations and how applications will be evaluated, visit our website: https://annualmeeting.aam-us.org/community-journalists/
Tell us about yourself
Have you attended an AAM Annual Meeting & MuseumExpo in the past?
If you are affiliated with an organization, please share the organization's name
Please share a short bio
Tell us about your interests
Please review the #AAM2022 focus areas and topics: https://annualmeeting.aam-us.org/callforproposals/#focus-areas
Which two focus areas are of greatest interest to you? Please also list up to 5 sub-topics under each focus area that are of interest to you.
Why do you want to be an #AAM2022 Community Journalist?
Please provide a description of how you would expand awareness and engagement around #AAM2022 in the months leading up to the Annual Meeting May 19-22.
Please provide a description of how you would extend the reach of #AAM2022 content beyond the walls of the convention center during the Annual Meeting May 19-22.
What resources, if any, would you require of AAM to execute your proposal (i.e. access to presenters, equipment needs, etc.)? If not applicable, write N/A.
If you have any examples or links you would like to share to give us an idea of your approach, please share them here (for example, if social media is included in your application, please provide your publicly available handles). You can also use this space to share any other information about yourself or your interests to support your application.
If you have any examples to support your application, please upload them here.
All #AAM2022 Community Journalists will receive a free conference registration and a $200 stipend. In addition, we have funding for one journalist to receive a travel and housing stipend. In order to participate in the program, do you require a travel and housing stipend? Selecting "no" does not disqualify you from being considered to receive this additional stipend.
For the benefit of museums, museum professionals, and the diverse audiences they serve, BIPOC individuals and individuals who identify as part of the LGBTQ+ and disability communities are strongly encouraged to apply. Do you identify as:
Black, Indigenous, or a person of color
A member of the LGBTQ+ community
A person living with a mental or physical disability, or neurodivergent
A member of another underrepresented or marginalized community
I prefer not to answer
Are you a member of federally recognized American Indian nation or Alaska Native corporation?*
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