ECPN Webinar on November 30: “Considering your future career path: working in private practice”

The Emerging Conservation Professionals Network (ECPN) is pleased to announce that our second webinar “Considering your future career path: working in private practice” will take place on Friday, November 30, 2012, from 1-2pm EST.

The program will feature Paul Messier, President and Head Conservator of Paul Messier LLC, Conservation of Photographs & Works on Paper; Rosa Lowinger, Principal and Chief Conservator of Rosa Lowinger & Associates, which specializes in the conservation of objects, sculpture, and architecture; and Julia Brennan, Owner and Chief Conservator of Textile Conservation Services.

The webinar will include a moderated discussion and Q&A session, where we will learn about our speakers’ experiences establishing their businesses and their evolution, how they have learned to balance various initiatives and projects, and their advice for those considering going into private practice.

Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions before and after the webinar here on the AIC blog. Please submit your questions as comments to this post, or email them to Anisha Gupta at anishagupta72[at]gmail[dot]com. Questions will be accepted until the morning of the forum. During the webinar, your questions will be posed anonymously. All answered questions will be followed up on after the program in an AIC blog post.

Attendance is free and open to all AIC members. Registration is required and will be open until the forum starts. To register for the webinar, please visit

ECPN’s first webinar was held in July and featured Debra Hess Norris in a presentation and discussion on self-advocacy and fundraising for independent research. With over 90 registered participants from 6 different countries, the webinar was a great success.

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2 thoughts on “ECPN Webinar on November 30: “Considering your future career path: working in private practice””

  1. When you terminated the webinar, we lost the link for follow up questions. Where can we follow those now?

  2. Hi Jennifer,

    We are currently working on the follow-up questions and will be sure to let everyone know where they can be accessed once we have them posted.

    ECPN Communications Officer

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