Hmong Museum founder, Mai Vang, will be among the speakers at this upcoming workshop.
The public is invited to hear directly from successful grant writers who serve the Hmong community.
• Understand the unique challenges that face the Hmong community and how it impacts grant proposals
• Learn more about the Minnesota Historical Center grant programs and be matched with a mentor from the office or Museum community
• Hear about the Hmong community preservation needs and recommendations to the Minnesota Historical Society
THURSDAY, MAY 16, 2019
STARTING AT 6:00 PM
HOPE COMMUNITY ACADEMY (720 Payne Avenue, St. Paul, MN 55130)
Food & drinks provided.
This event is FREE but requires registration.
WHO IS THE WORKSHOP FOR?
Those working, or serving in, historical and cultural community, non-profits, and schools, who wish to learn techniques for writing a successful grant proposal to serve the unique needs of culturally specific projects.
Those who provide funding opportunities to access programs, culturally specific groups, or who work within/ with the Hmong Community.
- Ntixm Siab Lee, Metropolitan State University
- Mai Vang, Founder, Hmong Museum
- Carolyn Veeser-Egbide, Grants Manager, Minnesota Historical Society
- Melinda Hutchinson Grants Staff, Minnesota Historical Society
We are a group of museum professionals, local history groups and history academics who have come together to focus on priority actions to promote growth of history and cultural heritage in Minnesota. The LSA is funded through a partnership between the Minnesota Alliance for Local History Museums (MALHM) and the Minnesota Historical Society (MNHS).