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Denver, Colorado
State Associations
At our member museums you can see everything from astronauts to arachnids, dinosaurs to dolls, and pioneers to Picassos. We have western forts, Victorian homes, living historical farms, and modern arts centers. Our museums are located in the heart of modern cities like Denver and Cheyenne, nestled in spectacular mountain valleys, and on wide-open plains with more sky than any other place in America.
Denver, Colorado
National Associations, Consortiums, Alliances and other Support Groups
The IFCPP is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to the education, networking, and specialized training of security officers, supervisors, managers, and administrators working in Museums, cultural properties and public institutions. Founded in January 1999, the Foundation has both individual and institutional members from across the globe. The IFCPP offers national certification for anyone responsible for the protection of a public institution or cultural facility.
Littleton, Colorado
Regional Associations
MPMA has a central office in Littleton, CO. Its governing structure includes a board of directors and numerous committees and affiliates. Staff includes an executive director and an office assistant. This group oversees the services that MPMA provides. An annual fall conference is attended by nearly 300 professionals each year. The conference provides opportunities for all levels of professionals in training, networking, and information exchange at a relatively inexpensive cost.
Fort Collins, Colorado
National Associations
The National Association for Interpretation (NAI) is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) professional association for those involved in the interpretation of natural and cultural heritage resources in settings such as parks, zoos, museums, nature centers, aquaria, botanical gardens, and historical sites.
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