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  • Museums and homelessness
    Museum Practice
  • Future prospects
    A student's reflections on the job opportunities for those entering the heritage sector
    Museum Practice
    17.09.2012
  • Introduction: careers
    Fewer roles and more competition mean it's a tough time for young professionals
    Museum Practice
    17.09.2012
  • Getting more from your internship
    Leanne Tonkin explains how she made the most of a Skills for the Future internship to get her first job in museums
    Museum Practice
    17.09.2012
  • Balancing act
    The challenges of studying for a master's while working
    Museum Practice
    17.09.2012
  • Key qualities
    Senior museum professionals offer their advice to the next generation
    Museum Practice
    17.09.2012
  • Studying to get ahead
    Lecturers and course leaders explain how students can make the most of their studies
    Museum Practice
    17.09.2012
  • Starting a career in museums
    Latest MP looks at how young professionals can add value to qualifications and experience
    Museum Practice
    17.09.2012
  • Making the best of interviews
    Neville Stankley offers interview tips that could make the difference when it comes to getting the job
    Museum Practice
    17.09.2012
  • Faster, higher, stronger: adding value to your MA
    Charlotte Holmes looks at how young professionals can get ahead of the pack
    Museum Practice
    17.09.2012
  • HLF invests in the future
    New strategic framework introduces several pioneering changes
    Museums Journal
    News analysis
    01.09.2012
  • Further resources: building a stronger workforce
    A detailed list of further resources that can be updated and added to as new documents and information become available
    Museum Practice
    15.04.2011
  • Case study: creative apprenticeships
    Lincolnshire Heritage Service has found creative apprenticeships are a cost effective way to diversify the workforce and give people the opportunity to gain new skills and qualifications
    Museum Practice
    15.04.2011
  • Case study: front-of-house
    Manchester City Galleries changed the role of its visitor services team, to bridge the gap between front-of-house and the rest of the museum
    Museum Practice
    15.04.2011
  • Case study: volunteers
    Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery uses volunteers to offer object handling opportunities
    Museum Practice
    15.04.2011
  • Untapped potential: volunteers, apprentices and front-of-house staff
    When funds are tight, it is in everybody’s interests to draw on all of the talents of all of the people who work in your museum
    Museum Practice
    15.04.2011
  • Creating a diverse and equal workforce
    The benefits of having a diverse range of staff are many but changing who works in museums is not enough if museums are to be truly diverse institutions
    Museum Practice
    15.04.2011
  • Working closer together
    This article examines different approaches to inclusive working and decision-making, and offers two examples of how organisations can work closer together in practice
    Museum Practice
    15.04.2011
  • Building a stronger workforce
    Latest Museum Practice explores how museums can strengthen and diversify the workforce, even when faced with shrinking resources
    Museum Practice
    15.04.2011