Member Spotlight:

Leah

Leah Golubchick Manager, Middle and High School Programs Youth Initiatives at AMNH

Leah Golubchick is the Manager of Middle and High School Programs at AMNH, where she has worked for nearly a decade, and is currently serving her second year on the Board of NYCMER. This year, she is excited to lead the Advocacy Committee for the Board and will continue to push for progressive programming that prioritizes museum worker's empowerment and museums as sites of social conscience. She is also completing her second year of NASTM's Informal Educators Fellowship, where she is researching the application of Trauma Informed practice on Museum Education. 

Leah has taught at museums across the city including the Brooklyn Museum, the Children's Museum of Manhattan, the Wyckoff Farmhouse Museum, and in informal science programming in NYC schools. She also was an intern for one very humid summer at the Smithsonian's National Folklife Festival.

She is a graduate of Bank Street Leadership in Museum Education program, speaks Spanish, and loves to travel and try new foods. Follow her on twitter @LeahGolubchick.

Thursday, September 20, 2018

NYCMER Meet and Greet

Where: National Museum of American Indian-New York
1 Bowling Green
New York , New York

When:5:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Workshop Organizer: NYCMER

Kick off the year with NYCMER at our annual Meet and Greet!

 

Join us to kick off the NYCMER year, as we lead up to our 40th anniversary this spring! Our annual Meet & Greet will take place at the National Museum of the American Indian, where you'll have an opportunity to learn about our Peer Groups and the Conference Committee, along with other NYCMER membership benefits. Connect with colleagues and raise a glass to the year ahead!

 

During the event, you'll also have the chance to explore NMAI's recently opened space on native innovation, imagiNATIONS Activity Center. Through this exhibition, "explore the scientific principles behind Native ideas so ingenious they remain a part of modern life."

 

Accessibility:

NYCMER is committed to providing opportunities for all of our members to participate in our programs and engage with one another. The National Museum of the American Indian-New York is accessible to people with disabilities. The ground floor entrance to the museum is wheelchair accessible, as are all exhibitions. Should you require any accessibility services, please contact info@nycmer.org by Friday, September 14, 2018.

 

 

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