[Libs-Or] The Conversation Project is seeking scholars, artists, community leaders, innovators, and other engaged thinkers

Annie Dubinsky a.dubinsky at oregonhumanities.org
Tue Jan 25 09:17:52 PST 2011

Calling all scholars, artists, community leaders, innovators, and other
engaged thinkers.
Oregon Humanities is seeking people who are smart, passionate about ideas,
and curious--who are teachers at heart, regardless of their day job--to be
Conversation Project leaders.
Are you knowledgeable in one or more disciplines of the humanities?
Are you curious about how different Oregon communities think about the
subjects that inspire you?
Are you passionate about sharing your expertise, experiences, and ideas with
Are you looking for a unique and compelling professional development
Are you willing to travel statewide and talk with Oregonians about what you
love--and get paid?
If so, consider proposing your own Conversation Project program!
Read the full Request for Proposals and apply online here:
The Conversation Project provides Oregon nonprofits with free
humanities-based public programs about important issues and ideas. Oregon
Humanities is an independent, nonprofit affiliate of the National Endowment
for the Humanities and a partner of the Oregon Cultural Trust. Established
in 1971, our mission is to connect Oregonians to ideas that change lives and
transform communities.

Annie Dubinsky
Program Coordinator
Oregon Humanities
813 SW Alder, Suite 702
Portland, OR  97205
(503) 241-0543 ext. 116
(800) 735-0543
fax: (503) 241-0024
a.dubinsky at oregonhumanities.org

O. Hm. The sound of hearing a new idea.

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