Jobs Beyond the Academy - Government, Preservation and Non Profits
This is a virtual event on March 31, 2023 at 11am MST/1pm Eastern.
Are you considering job options beyond the professoriate? Curious about the fields that hire urban historians/urban studies scholars? Come learn where urban scholars can apply their skills!
The event will feature three speakers who work for the federal and local government, preservation, and a non profit. They will share their experiences and offer tips for translating your skills and branching out beyond your scholarly fields. There will be ample time for conversation so bring any and all questions!
This event will feature:
Historic Preservation Officer for Butte-Silver Bow County, Montana
Program Director for the Montana History Foundation
Troy Hallsell, PhD
341st Missile Wing Historian at Malmstrom Air Force Base, Montana
Troy Hallsell, PhD is the 341st Missile Wing Historian at Malmstrom AFB, Montana. His day-to-day duties require him to chronicle and analyze the wing’s activities throughout the calendar year. His annual command history report and special studies not only captures the wing’s past activities, but also provides leaders the historical foundation upon which they make present-day decisions. In his own time Dr. Hallsell researches and writes about urban history topics such as parks, infrastructure, and historic preservation.