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Three Organizations Earn StEPs Certificates in June

We congratulate these members who earned StEPs certificates last month!

The Standards and Excellence Program for History Organizations 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.

Guilford Keeping Society, Guilford, CT: Stewardship of Collections Bronze
The Royce J. and Caroline B. Watts Museum
Morgantown, WV: Audience Silver and Interpretation Gold
Washington County Historical Society, Inc., West Bend, WI: Management, Audience, and Interpretation Bronze

We also welcome those members who joined the StEPs program in the month of June. We look forward to helping you do your best history!

Aurora Regional Fire Museum, Aurora, IL
Booth Family Hall of Athletics, Lawrence, KS
Chesapeake Beach Railway Museum, Chesapeake Beach, MD
Cottonwood County Historical Society, Windom, MN
Dennos Museum Center, Traverse City, MI
Edmonds Historical Museum, Edmonds, WA
Fairbanks House, Dedham, MA
HEARTS Veterans Museum, Huntsville, TX
Heritage Avon Lake, Avon Lake, OH
Keizer Heritage Foundation, Keizer, OR
Lake Region Heritage Center, Devils Lake, ND
Lansing Historical Museum, Lansing, KS
Moffett Field Historical Society, Moffett, CA
Niles Essanay Silent Film Museum, Fremont, CA
Tillers International, Scotts, MI
Victorian Preservation Center of Oakland, Oakland, CA