#MCN2018 Program Committee Application
The MCN2018 Program Committee is seeking about 40 museum professionals to play a significant role in shaping this year’s conference, representing a diversity of institutions, perspectives, and skills. This committee will help shape play a significant role shaping this year’s conference which is being held Nov. 13-16 in Denver.

What does the Program Committee do?

Through online discussions, the Program Committee is a think tank that determines the most important themes and trends in the field, identifies new programming opportunities, and brainstorms possible speakers. Most significantly, members are the backbone of the conference proposal evaluation process. (But don’t worry—participating in the committee will not preclude you from submitting your own proposal!)

In May, after the close of MCN’s Call for Proposals, individual proposals are assigned for evaluation to Program Committee members with relevant professional expertise on the topic. Evaluators are asked to provide feedback through a formalized process. Members are given 10-14 days to complete their evaluations. Next, the Program Co-Chairs assemble the conference schedule primarily based on the committee’s feedback.

The deadline for applications is EOD Saturday, January 27th. Have a question not answered here? Email the Program Co-Chairs at program@mcn.edu.

Name *
Institution *
Title *
Role/interests *
Email *
Twitter handle
Areas of expertise (check all that apply) *
Required
Experience
A link to your LinkedIn account or a current resume is required.
LinkedIn profile URL (if applicable)
Resume
Did you attend MCN 2017 in Pittsburgh? *
Do you plan on attending MCN 2018 in Denver? *
Additional volunteer opportunities
In addition to identifying the MCN conference theme/keynote speaker and evaluating session proposals, Program Committee members are welcome to help out in other ways.
Are you interested in serving as a session chair at MCN 2018 in Denver? *
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