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CAJM Institutional Members include Jewish art and history museums, historic sites, historical and archival societies, Holocaust centers, synagogue museums, children's museums, and Jewish Community Center and university galleries. They receive organizational communications and are featured on the CAJM website. Institutional representatives are granted access to members-only sections of the website, may attend CAJM conferences and special events, participate in membership meetings, continuing education programs and cooperative projects, may post announcements of interest to the field through CAJM communications media, and are eligible to vote (one vote per institution) and to hold office.
CAJM Individual Members include museum professionals working with Jewish content, as well as Jewish-museum docents, volunteers, board members, and patrons; donors, educators and scholars; other museum staff and professionals in related non-profit fields. They receive organizational communications and have access to members-only sections of the CAJM website. They are entitled to attend CAJM conferences and special events, to participate in membership meetings and continuing education programs, to vote and hold office.
CAJM Affiliate Members include Jewish museums outside of the United States, non-Jewish museums throughout the world, Jewish communal agencies, and certain other entities not eligible to be CAJM Institutional Members. Affiliate Members receive organizational communications and are entitled to attend CAJM conferences and special events. However, they may not vote or hold office and do not have access to members-only sections of the CAJM website.