Detail of Schooner ERNESTINA drawing. For some other documentation projects supported by CAMM click on drawing.
The Historic American Engineering Record (HAER) and the (CAMM) are pleased to announce the 2015 Maritime Documentation Internship. The internship will permit a student or recent graduate of architecture or history, interested in maritime preservation, to work as a summer intern on a HAER maritime documentation project. The applicant must be a U.S. Citizen. The selected recipient will receive a stipend of approximately $7,000 and will work in conjunction with a HAER team for up to twelve weeks during the summer. The Internship will require research and writing or measuring and drafting of historic maritime resources.
APPLICATIONS MUST BE POSTMARKED BY MARCH 27, 2015.
Click here for additional details.
Prospective presenters at the upcoming CAMM annual meeting at the Los Angeles Maritime Museum need to submit their proposals by January 5, 2015. Session proposals should be about topics of interest to your CAMM colleagues. This is a wonderful opportunity to showcase current projects and share expertise!
Ship Plans Panel at 2013 CAMM meeting, Beaufort, N.C.
Northwest Seaport, maritime non-profit organization with an annual budget of $150,000, is seeking an Executive Director. Northwest Seaport provides public programs focused on the maritime heritage of the Puget Sound region and the importance of our maritime industry. Northwest Seaport also collaborates with other non-profit organizations and private companies to provide workforce development programs for maritime careers. Click here for full announcement. Deadline for applications is 23 December 2014.
Photo courtesy Kalmar Nyckel Foundation
On November 8th, the Kalmar Nyckel Foundation celebrated its new COPELAND MARITIME CENTER with a “Grand Opening” Gala. The event was sold out. Namesake honorees Tatiana and Gerret Copeland performed the ribbon-cutting ceremony, and Delaware’s finest joined the celebration, including Governor Markell, U.S. Senators Thomas Carper and Chris Coons, and U.S. Representative John Carney (the state’s entire Congressional delegation).
Together with a new dock and complete shipyard overhaul, the new 18,000 sq. ft. education center and ship maintenance facility will transform the foundation’s operations and sustainability, and help to make them a year-round destination in the Delaware Valley.
SSHSA’s library has been in storage since the 2006 move from the University of Baltimore. They are very excited to make it available to researchers once again.
Matthew Schulte and the board and staff of the Steamship Historical Society of America will be officially opening their new headquarters with a ribbon cutting ceremony on October 15th. Speakers will include Congressman James Langevin, Warwick Mayor Scott Avedisian, CDR Marc Cruder, USCG Ret. (Traveling Senior Marine Inspector for USCG), and Erik Ryan, SSHSA Board President.
CAMM president Dave Pearson sends his congratulations on behalf of all the members of the Council of American Maritime Museums. The new facility is at 2500 Post Road in Warwick Rhode Island.