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Attend the 2014 CAM Conference, Cultivating Conversations and Community, in Napa, CA March 5-7 by applying for a scholarship or fellowship.  We encourage you to take advantage of these great opportunities.
Scholarship recipients must meet at least one eligibility criterion, be residents of California, and successfully articulate the benefit of attending the conference in the application. Scholarships include a full conference registration, a ticket to the Welcome Reception, and a one-year membership to CAM. Applications are due Friday, December 6, 2013.
Five CAM Fellows will attend the 2014 CAM conference to write one “case study” article for publication in CAM e-News and on CAM’s website. Since the CAM Fellows program is a central component of CAM's multicultural initiative, preference will be given to individuals of Latino/Hispanic, African American, Asian American/Pacific Islander, or Native American descent. Each Fellowship includes a full conference registration, a $500 stipend, a ticket to the Emerging Museum Professional (EMP) Workshop and Networking Mixer and to the Welcome Reception, a one-year individual membership to CAM, and networking opportunities specifically for CAM Fellows.  Applications are due Friday, December 6, 2013.  Funded in part through support from the James Irvine Foundation.
CAM and the Getty Foundation are pleased to offer 20 scholarships to support alumni of the Getty Multicultural Undergraduate Internship program to attend the 2014 conference. Each scholarship includes a full conference registration, a $300-595 travel stipend, tickets to the EMP Workshop and Networking Mixer, Welcome Reception, Getty Scholarship Recipient Dialogue Dinner, a one-year individual membership to CAM, and networking opportunities specifically for Getty Scholarship recipients. 
Applications are due Friday, December 6, 2013.
The Creative Capacity Fund (CCF) Quick Grant Program provides reimbursement funds to arts administrators in the San Francisco Bay Area and in Los Angeles to enroll in workshops, attend conferences locally and nationally, and to work with consultants and coaches. Arts organizations meeting eligibility requirements may receive one annual award of up to $1,000 in professional development reimbursements.  The application cycles begin the 15th of every month. For details, see http://www.cciarts.org/quick_grant.htm.

For questions, contact Sarah Sagouspe, CAM Program Coordinator, at admin@calmuseums.org