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Issue Date: July 26, 2021 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact: Nathaniel Jue, Communications Coordinator email@example.com, (408) 712-0025 NEWS RELEASE Chinese Historical Society of America Announces Transfer of Chinese American: Exclusion/Inclusion Exhibit to American Chinese Museum in Philadelphia SAN FRANCISCO, California — The Chinese Historical Society of America (CHSA) is pleased to announce the monumental Chinese American: Exclusion/Inclusion (CAEI) historic exhibit that has been on its museum premises will be transferred to the American Chinese Museum Foundation (ACMF) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, this summer. In conjunction, CHSA has created a virtual version of the exhibit that will provide audiences a one-of-kind digital … [read more →]
Are you passionate about history? Are you an Angel Island descendant? Do you enjoy giving back to your local community? Do you like working in a supportive, encouraging environment? Looking for museum experience for your resume? CHSA needs your ideas, energy, and assistance to fulfill its mission. We are especially looking for weekday docents and collections volunteers, but all are welcome to apply. Get involved! Become a docent to share your personal connections to history Work behind-the-scenes cataloging our collection and touch priceless artifacts Assist with the gift shop and visitor services to gain invaluable retail experience Help with … [read more →]
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR CHINESE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA Full-time, exempt. Reports to Board of Directors. SUMMARY Based in San Francisco and founded 55 years ago, the Chinese Historical Society of America (CHSA) promotes the contributions and legacy of the Chinese in America through its research, exhibitions, collections, publication, and educational and public programs in its museum and learning center. Over the past year, the Board of Directors has set a new path to unite with community organizations, speak out on social justice issues, support projects that highlight the achievements of Chinese Americans, and embark upon a course to build a wider … [read more →]