Cultural and Historical Interpreters, here’s a great Living History Immersion training opportunity!
NAI CHI’s Living History Immersion Training Program is accepting applications until March 31. Our purpose for coordinating an immersive training event is to equip living history practitioners of all levels with relevant, meaningful, and practical methods of interpreting the past.
Where: Bent’s Old Fort National Historic Site in La Junta, Colorado.
When: June 6-10, 2018
Cost: $300 for Members, $375 for Non-Members (includes one-year-membership)
Registration includes all training costs, including instructional materials, clothing rental, meals and lodging on-site for the program’s duration.
Applications Due: March 31, 2018
For more information and how to apply, check out the CHI Application Packet.
The Kansas Wetlands Education Center’s (KWEC) Program Specialist is a permanent, full-time, non-tenure track environmental educator position located near Great Bend, KS. Primary responsibilities include developing, promoting, scheduling, coordinating, and presenting environmental education programs at both on and off-site locations.
For more details, see the advertisement below:
KWEC Program Specialist Position Description
APPOINTMENT DATE: April 1, 2018
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Priority deadline is February 26, 2018. Review of applications will occur after priority deadline and will remain open until the position is filled.
Region 6 Workshop participants who have not been able to reserve a room at the Comfort Inn are now invited to book a room at the Super 8 Grapevine-DFW Airport. Our group rate is $85 per night (plus taxes) for up to quadruple occupancy. Please call 817-329-7222 and reserve your room in the “Region 6 Workshop” block. Rooms with 2 queen beds and rooms with a single king bed are included in our block. These rooms will be held for us until February 17th. After that date you can still book using the group rate, but room availability is not guaranteed. The Super 8 offers a free continental breakfast and free wifi. A complimentary shuttle runs to DFW airport on the hour and a shuttle to local destinations (like the Grapevine Convention Center) on the half hour. Pick up service is on demand. For more details about the hotel please visit https://www.wyndhamhotels.com/super-8/grapevine-texas/super-8-grapevine-dfw-airport-northwest/overview”
Have an item you’d like to donate to the auction? Information and forms are now online!
NAI Region 6 Auction Info 2018
2018 NAI Region 6 Auction Donation Form
You may turn in your donation item and form at the auction item check-in table (near registration) by 9am on Monday, February 26.
If you need to mail your item, please follow the instructions on the form and have your item in by February 17.
The early bird registration deadline for the 2018 Region 6 workshop in Grapevine, Texas has been extended to February 2nd! Join us and discover how sites around the region are “Interpreting New Frontiers.”
The Grapevine Convention & Visitors Bureau has put together a personalized discount package for workshop attendees. All you need to do is show your badge at a participating business during the workshop to receive the discount. Visit www.GrapevineTexasUSA.com/nai2018 to see which retailers and restaurants will have special offers for workshop participants.
Rooms are filling fast at the Comfort Inn. If easy access to the hospitality room and Convention Center are important to you, make your room reservation ASAP. If all the rooms at the Comfort Inn fill we will do our best to reserve a block at another hotel, but we cannot guarantee that will be possible. Please notify firstname.lastname@example.org if you need assistance with room reservations or need help finding a roommate.
For those of you interested in the one day option, we will have a schedule of the concurrent session available soon. Detailed information about how to submit items for the scholarship auction at the CR Smith American Airlines Museum will be posted on the website in the next few days. This 1940’s airplane graces the hangar at the museum where the auction will be held. You can even go inside it.
As always you can e-mail myself (email@example.com) or co-chair Lisa Cole (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have questions or concerns.
The pre-workshop field trip to the Fort Worth Historic Stockyards has been modified. Train service to and from Grapevine to the Stockyards has been suspended in January due to maintenance on the trains and lines so there will be no train ride. This tour will now feature a more in-depth exploration of the Stockyards, Fort Worth’s most famous historic attraction. The time and the price have not changed, but the maximum capacity has been lowered because we are using a different form of transportation. Grab your seat (and your cowboy hat) to see how the old frontier became the modern city of Fort Worth. If you have already registered for this tour and you would prefer a refund please contact the workshop chairs or registration chair.