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Benefits of Membership

When you become a member of NCHE, in addition to the satisfaction of helping to promote history education, you will:

  • Receive NCHE's newsletter History Matters! published digitally ten times per year.
  • Become a member of the Time Travelers Network.  Time Travelers receive special consideration from historical societies, sites and museums around the country.
  • Have access to the NCHE Career Center which allows members the ability to create an employment profile and to search and be searched out by jobs related to their discipline.
  • Be entitled to a member discount on the NCHE Conference.
  • Discounted admission to museums and historic sites nationwide along with special discounts from publishers.
  • Access to the Members-Only section of our website, containing archives of downloadable NCHE publications, including our popular Building a History Curriculum guides.

Did you know?

Members may access our Occasional Paper Archive.

  • The Nature of Contemporary History
  • America's Maritime History
  • Educating Democracy--Are We Up To It?
  • Sculpture and Public History
  • History and Teachers Matter
  • Why and How Should History Departments Prepare Secondary Social Studies Teachers? 
  • The Power of Political Cartoons in Teaching History
  • Enlarging the Profession--Scholars Teaching History Open Letter 
  • Advancing History Education in American Schools--A Symposium, Pt. 3 
  • Advancing History Education in American Schools--A Symposium, Pt. 2 
  • Advancing History Education in American Schools--A Symposium, Pt. 1
  • How the Future of History Connects with Museums
  • Seamless Subjects, Seamless Reform
  • American History since 1945--A Framework for Periodization 
  • Historical Literature and Democratic Education 
  • History's Vital Themes and Narratives

Members also receive special consideration from these sustaining contributors: 

                                               

American Association of Museums                                             

 

                                                  


                                
                                                                        The American Labor Museum

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