Technical Leaflet 265: From (A)rts to (Z)ombies: A Young Friends Group How-To

From (A)rts to (Z)ombies: A Young Friends Group How-To is an AASLH Technical Leaflet. AASLH Technical Leaflets are brief, practical guides on how to do history. Technical Leaflet #265 by Astra Haldeman tackles how The Abbe Museum formed the Abbe Underground, an affinity group for the Gen X and Gen Y community, how they did it, and their ongoing challenges. “For organizations that depend on membership and private donations, as well as public interest and a captive audience, the primary benefit of a young friends group is to ensure there are no gaps in support. It is a way to make sure that in addition to programming for children, teens, families, and those approaching (or into) retirement, your organization also has offerings that specifically meet the needs and interests of young singles and couples — those no longer in college, but who are embedded in your community as business leaders, young families, and professionals. Many are searching for ways to engage this community in a civic, social, and entertaining manner.” 

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Technical Leaflet # 265: From (A)rts to (Z)ombies: A Young Friends Group How-To
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Open to download resource. This AASLH Technical Leaflet details how The Abbe Museum formed the Abbe Underground, an affinity group for the Gen X and Gen Y community, how they did it, and their ongoing challenges.