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Seven Organizations Earn StEPs Certificates in February and March

We congratulate these members who earned StEPs certificates in the last two months! We especially commend the Fort Nisqually Living History Museum for their completion of the StEPs program with Gold in all categories.

The Standards and Excellence Program for History Organizations (StEPs) is AASLH’s self-study standards program designed specifically for small to mid-sized history organizations, including volunteer-run institutions. Through a workbook, online resources, and an online community, organizations enrolled in StEPs assess their policies and practices and benchmark themselves against nationally recognized standards. StEPs certificates mark an institution’s progress towards enhancing standards and management of their resources.

Black History Society of Washington State, Inc., Seattle, WA: Stewardship of Collections Bronze

Deep River Historical Society, Deep River, CT: Interpretation Bronze

Denison Homestead/Denison Society, Inc., Mystic, CT: Interpretation Silver and Stewardship of Historic Structures and Landscapes Bronze

Fort Nisqually Living History Museum, Tacoma, WA: Gold in all categories

Greeneville-Greene County History Museum, Greeneville, TN: Stewardship of Collections Bronze

Tennessee Agricultural Museum, Nashville, TN: Stewardship of Collections Silver

Quaker Heritage Center, Wilmington, OH: Audience and Stewardship of Collections Bronze