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Call for applications – Aboriginal Training Programme in Museum Practices



Call for applications – Aboriginal Training Programme in Museum Practices – Deadline March 15, 2007

Gatineau, Quebec, February 21, 2007 — The Canadian Museum of Civilization is now accepting applications for its Aboriginal Training Programme in Museum Practices (ATPMP). This eight-month program offers professional and technical training in museum practices to Aboriginal People from across Canada. The deadline for applications is March 15, 2007.

All training is under the supervision of the Museum’s professional staff in a variety of fields, including conservation, archaeology, documentation of artifacts, archives, collections, ethnology, history and administration. The experience interns gain while at the Museum is valuable to both themselves and their First Nation community, as they will be able to play a vital role in maintaining and sharing their culture with their community and others. This internship offers the means for the interns to return to their community and assume a leadership role in cultural resource management. Training is available in both official languages.

This is the fourteenth consecutive year for the Aboriginal Training Programme in Museum Practices. The Canadian Museum of Civilization Corporation (CMCC) established the ATPMP in September 1993 in response to recommendations contained in the 1992 Task Force Report on Museums and First Peoples.

To learn more about the programme, please phone (819) 776-8270; by e-mail atpmp@civilization.ca; or consult the Web at http://www.historymuseum.ca/cmc/at/attoceng.html. .

Media Information:

Chief, Media Relations
Canadian Museum of Civilization
Tel.: 819 776-7167

Media Relations Officer
Canadian Museum of Civilization
Tel.: 819 776-7169

Fax: 819 776-7187


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CALL FOR APPLICATIONS – Aboriginal Training Programme in Museum Practices



CALL FOR APPLICATIONS – Canadian Museum of Civilization Aboriginal Training Programme in Museum Practices – DEADLINE MARCH 15, 2006

Gatineau, Quebec, February 8, 2006 — The Canadian Museum of Civilization is now accepting applications for its Aboriginal Training Programme in Museum Practices (ATPMP). This eight-month programme offers professional and technical training in museum practices to Aboriginal People from across Canada. The deadline for applications is March 15, 2006.

All training is under the supervision of the Museum’s professional staff in a variety of fields, including conservation, archaeology, documentation of artifacts, archives, collections, ethnology, history and administration. The experience interns gain while at the Museum is valuable to both themselves and their First Nation community, as they will be able to play a vital role in maintaining and sharing their culture with their community and others. This internship offers the means for the interns to return to their community and assume a leadership role in cultural resource management. Training is available in both official languages.

This is the thirteenth consecutive year for the Aboriginal Training Programme in Museum Practices. The Canadian Museum of Civilization Corporation (CMCC) established the ATPMP in September 1993 in response to recommendations contained in the 1992 Task Force Report on Museums and First Peoples. Since its inception, the CMCC Training Programme has enabled 65 Aboriginal trainees to complete the programme successfully.

To learn more about the programme, please contact Jolene Saulis at (819) 776-8270; by e-mail jolene.saulis@civilization.ca;. or consult the Web at www.historymuseum.ca/cmc/at/attoceng.html.

Media Information:

Chief, Media Relations
Canadian Museum of Civilization
Tel.: (819) 776-7167

Media Relations Officer
Canadian Museum of Civilization
Tel.: (819) 776-7169

Fax: (819) 776-7187


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