[Heritage] Oregon Heritage News 2015-01-08
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Heritage.Info at oregon.gov
Thu Jan 8 08:52:55 PST 2015
In this Issue
1. New Heritage Bulletin offers grant-writing tips
2. NAO to offer website toolkit webinar beginning Jan. 13
3. Willamette University to host SAA Records Management training March 23 - 24
4. Restore Oregon seeks Field Programs representative and intern
NEW HERITAGE BULLETIN OFFERS GRANT-WRITING TIPS
Writing a successful grant proposal involves more than coming up with a great idea. Successful grant proposals demonstrate well thought-out project planning and observance of grant application guidelines. Oregon Heritage has released Heritage Bulletin 31: Grant Writing Tips<http://www.oregon.gov/oprd/HCD/docs/Heritage_Bulletins/HB_31_Grant_Writing_Tips.pdf>, just in time for the new grant cycle! This Bulletin provides 25 tips to keep your proposal focused and on track. For this and other Heritage Bulletins, visit Oregon Heritage online<http://www.oregon.gov/oprd/HCD/Pages/Bulletins.aspx>.
NAO TO OFFER WEBSITE TOOLKIT WEBINAR BEGINNING JAN. 13
The Nonprofit Association of Oregon (NAO) will offer the Complete Nonprofit Website Toolkit series beginning on Tuesdays beginning Jan. 13 and concluding Feb. 10. All 90-minute sessions will begin at 10 a.m.
The five-week series will review best practices for accessibility, mobile-optimized sites, and reinforcing your organization’s online brand. The series will also take a look at the content management systems (CMS) that can give even your least tech-savvy staff members the tools to update website content themselves. Finally, presenter Eric Leland will talk about how your website content works alongside your email, direct mail, and social media efforts to create your organization’s communications mix.
Webinar attendees will learn to define goals for how a website will serve an audience; best practices for designing an accessible, usable, and polished website; compare content management system (CMS) options; how to make sure a website shows up well on search engines; and create an organization’s website action plan with next steps and action items for an improvement process.
For further information, and to register for the webinar, visit the NAO website<http://www.nonprofitoregon.org/civicrm/event/info?reset=1&id=1072>.
WILLAMETTE UNIVERSITY TO HOST SAA RECORDS MANAGEMENT TRAINING MARCH 23 - 24
Willamette University is hosting the Society of American Archivists’ (SAA) Records Management training from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m., March 23 – 24 at Ford Hall, room 102 (Kramer Board Room), 900 State Street, Salem. Registration is encouraged by Feb. 23.
The workshop will offer an overview of records management principles and practices, and tools to use for establishing or continuing a records management program. Archivists with beginning to intermediate knowledge of records management or others whose job description includes records management and/or who want to learn records management practices to enhance their job performance will benefit from this workshop. Attendees will gain an understanding of basic records management terminology; be able to conduct a records inventory; learn how to write a records retention and disposition schedule; recognize the legal requirements for records management; and gain a basic understanding of electronic records management.
For further information, and to register, visit the SAA website<http://saa.archivists.org/events/records-management-for-archivists-1580/582/>.
RESTORE OREGON SEEKS FIELD PROGRAMS REPRESENTATIVE AND INTERN
Restore Oregon, a statewide historic preservation nonprofit, is accepting applications the positions of Field Programs Representative and summer Field Programs Intern. Successful candidates will work in a fast-paced environment where multitasking and responsiveness are critical to successfully supporting historic preservation efforts across the state.
The deadline to apply for the Field Programs Representative, a permanent part-time position, is Jan. 20. Applications for the temporary summer Field Programs Internship are due Feb. 13. To apply for either position, submit a cover letter and resume via email to Brandon Spencer-Hartle<mailto:Brandon at RestoreOregon.org> with the subject “Hire me!” Indicate which position (you can apply for both) you are applying for in the body of the email.
Formed in 1977 and headquartered in Portland, Restore Oregon provides advocacy, education, and technical assistance on preservation issues across Oregon, including the revitalization of Main Streets, reuse of heritage barns, saving Oregon’s Most Endangered Places, and adoption of appropriate preservation policies and standards. For further information about Restore Oregon and the positions openings, visit www.restoreoregon.org/news<http://restoreoregon.org/news/>.
Oregon Heritage, part of the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department, provides technical support and services to people and organizations documenting, preserving, interpreting and sharing Oregon's heritage. Keep up with the latest heritage issues and trends at Oregon Heritage Exchange<http://oregonheritage.wordpress.com/> and follow us on Facebook<https://www.facebook.com/OregonHeritage>.
Oregon Heritage News is a service of the Oregon Heritage Commission. Do you have an issue or item you would like to share? Email us<mailto:heritage.info at oregon.gov>.
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