The Alliance is committed to cultivating diverse leaders across the field by providing access to professional development and networking opportunities offered at our Annual Meeting. Through our fellowship and scholarship programs, we aim to include your voice and the voices of those whose presence is greatly needed in discussions about field-wide issues.
Applications are due January 24, 2020.
The AAM Annual Meeting Scholarship is a professional growth opportunity that provides financial support for US-based students and museum professionals at any stage of their career to attend the AAM Annual Meeting & MuseumExpo. The program is designed to nurture greater inclusivity—for the benefit of museums, museum professionals, and the diverse audiences they serve—by supporting the professional development of individuals from underrepresented or marginalized groups. Learn more.
The AAM-Getty International Program is a professional growth opportunity that provides financial support to non-US-based museum professionals to attend the AAM Annual Meeting & MuseumExpo. The Review Committee reads applications and selects the most qualified applicants from a talented and diverse pool of museum colleagues. Individuals must work in an art museum or work with art collections in a museum in countries with developing or emerging economies. Learn more.
The AAM-Getty Marrow Undergraduate Internship Alumni Program reflects the Getty Foundation’s ongoing commitment to providing professional development opportunities to former participants of the Getty Marrow internship program. In partnership with AAM and with support from the Getty Foundation, participants are offered attendance to the AAM Annual Meeting & MuseumExpo and participation in year-round professional development opportunities. Scholarships are available to Getty Marrow Undergraduate Internship program alumni who reside in the United States and are currently active in the museum field or in museum-related graduate studies. Learn more.