Organized around job responsibilities and areas of common interest, there are the 19 Professional Networks available to you as part of Individual Professional member benefits.
Committee on Audience Research and Evaluation (CARE): audience research and evaluation and the voice of the visitor in all aspects of museum operations
Collections Stewardship: issues in registration, collections management, and collections care (formerly Registrars and Art Handling networks)
Committee on Professional Training (COMPT): professional preparation, training, and development of museum staff
Curators Committee (CURCOM): curatorial practice and collections research, care, and exhibition
Development and Membership (DAM): development, fundraising, and membership
Diversity Committee (DIVCOM): the advancement of diversity and inclusion
Education Committee (EDCOM): the advancement and understanding of learning theories, educational practices, and programming
Historic Houses and Sites Network: issues common and unique to historic houses
Indigenous Peoples Museum Network: fosters engaging and inclusive dialogue on the range of issues relevant to museums and indigenous peoples
Latino Network: for the needs of Latino and Latin American professionals and the interests of those professionals who work in interpreting Latino issues
Leadership and Management: leadership, governance, administration, finance, and human resources.
LGBTQ Alliance: the range of issues relevant to the lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, and transgender community and museums
Media & Technology: use of media and technology to meet museum’s public mission
National Association of Museum Exhibitions (NAME): exhibit development and design.
PIC Green: environmentally sustainable practices in museums
Public Relations and Marketing Network (PRAM): public relations and marketing
Security Committee: security, fire, health, and safety issues
Small Museum Administrators Committee (SMAC): the advancement of small museums.
Traveling Exhibitions Network: the specialized area of traveling exhibitions