Advocacy Materials

Museums Alaska Advocacy Team

Museums across the country are playing a key role in education – welcoming 90 million students each year, training teachers, serving home-schoolers, and much more.  Museums are also playing a key economic role, spending $20 billion in communities and supporting 400,000 jobs nationally.  Many museums are also offering innovative programming:  working with under-served youth, offering programs for families dealing with autism or Alzheimer’s, and welcoming military families free of charge.

Here in Alaska, Museums and Cultural Centers contribute to our economy and well being through employment and cultural tourism.  They educate children and adults and enrich communities.

Please click on the supporting briefs below for more information on our advocacy efforts:

Infrastructure Needs Study of Alaska Museums

State Library Archives Museum (SLAM) project


Grant-in-Aid flyer

Capital Improvement Projects

Capital Projects Support Letter


Here’s and easy template you can use:

My Museum Support Letter

Questions?  Contact the Advocacy Committee!

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