The Alliance has compiled this set of career resources from amongst its own offerings as well as those throughout the nonprofit and museum sector.
The Alliance provides resources and job search capabilities to develop your career.
The Alliance shares a lot of helpful advice on career management on the blog from “Short Term Strategies for Museum Workers” to “What’s the Best Path to a Top Museum Job?.”
What would you do if you were fired today? Career Attraction shares sage advice on how to get back in the saddle, but there is a catch. Lisa Rangel suggests that it’s not just for those looking for a job, it’s for those who aren’t too.
The American Anthropological Association provides a job search site specifically related to anthropology careers.
The National Trust for Historic Preservation offers a wide range of face-to-face and online training programs and tools to help preservationists across the country to protect the nation’s heritage.
The Museum Studies Program at Tufts University blog published this post that discusses setting personal and career goals to help you determine your career trajectory.
The American Historical Association provides numerous resources for students of history on planning their careers, including this page devoted to careers for historians in museums.
This 4-Part publication from Wiley Publishing provides a state-of-the-art survey of the field of museum studies. Volume 1 covers Museum Theory, Volume 2 Museum Practice, Volume 3 Museum Media, Volume 4 Transformations.
The Society of American Archivists (SAA) has a useful resource in this page about the Archives Profession from what archivists do to qualifications for employment and salary and benefit expectations.