AICCM student benefits
Whether you are studying or have just graduated as a conservator, AICCM membership provides great benefits. Membership allows you access to:
- Professional networks
- Event notifications
- Discounted publications and registration fees
- Job advertisements
- Online members-only resources, like our peer review journal, The Bulletin.
We offer up to 18 months complimentary introductory membership for new full time tertiary students studying conservation at the University of Melbourne or the University of Canberra. Ongoing concession/student membership costs $84.00 per year, including GST.
Graduates of the conservation programs are also eligible for concession rate by showing academic transcript for one year post graduation.
To receive the complimentary student membership please email the secretariat who will be able to set up your membership.
Contact your local AICCM State Division to find out what activities are planned for your State, or to find out how you can become involved in AICCM activities. Your local division President can also raise student issues at National Council meetings.
Students at the Centre for Cultural Materials Conservation at the University of Melbourne have formed a student group. SC@M have a student representative on the AICCM Victorian Division.
Would you like to join SC@M?
The Emerging Conservators SIG Mentorship Program will be running in 2021. Please keep an eye out for expressions of interest call-out later in the year.
A great opportunity for mentees to ask questions and receive valuable feedback on treatment, research, conference presenting, project management or other professional skills. Mentors meet new members of the profession and give back to the field by sharing their valued experience. They additionally receive Continuing Professional Development (CPD) points towards their AICCM professional membership.
The mentorship program runs for three consecutive months beginning this calendar year, at a time that suits you, and requires a minimum time commitment of one hour per fortnight. The program requires mentees to submit a short proposal to your mentor, and a mentor/mentee acquittal on completion (see more information here).
Open to all AICCM members.