where are our alumni?
CGP alumni around the world work as curators, directors, educators, marketers, development officers, registrars, human resource specialists, designers, and museum consultants in both the nonprofit and for profit sectors. Graduates hold positions in large cultural institutions, small museums and historic houses, and sites around the country.
Our graduates also serve as board members of community groups, museums, and professional service organizations. More than 900 alumni make a difference in communities around the world.
what jobs do our alumni hold?
Below is a small sampling of the positions our alumni hold:
Director – Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and Museum
Senior Manager for Exhibitions – National Museum of Qatar
Director – Georgia O’Keefe Museum
Chief of Staff – NYC Department of Parks and Recreation
Diversity Outreach Specialist – Minnesota Historical Society
Exhibition Project Manager – The Field Museum
Curator – California African American Museum
Head of the Film Department – National Gallery of Art
Program Director–Emily Dickinson Museum
Executive Director – National Council on Public History
Director – Winterthur Program
Senior Director of Methodology and Practice – International Coalition of Sites of Conscience
Senior Director of Education and Outreach – Detroit Historical Society
Manager of Teacher Programs and School Partnerships – Boston Museum of Fine Arts
President – Muson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute
Assistant Director for Strategic Initiatives – National Museum of American History
Curator of Exhibitions, Collections, and Oral Histories – Centre d’histoire de Montreal
Director of Development — The Albany Institute of History and Art
Head of Exhibition Design and Development — Liberty Science Center Deputy Director — Vermont Council on the Arts Web Content Manager and Development Coordinator — National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration