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Call for Online Presenters & Facilitators

New Hampshire Humanities is seeking online presenters and facilitators to help us expand our digital offerings for our Humanities to Go and Connections Adult Literacy programs. We are only looking for applicants who have experience using online platforms (such as Zoom, GoToMeeting, Webex, etc.) at this time.

Humanities to Go

Humanities to Go is our statewide speakers bureau offering engaging and informative programs on a wide range of humanities topics. Speakers applying to Humanities to Go typically hold an advanced degree (M.A. or Ph.D.) in one of the humanities disciplines; however, New Hampshire Humanities respects a variety of training and experience. We strongly prefer applicants who have public speaking or teaching experience, and subject matter expertise in the area of their proposed program.

Humanities to Go speakers receive a stipend for each presentation. Our programs are presented to audiences at libraries, historical societies, museums, and civic and community groups. Through our new initiative, Humanities@Work, we also provide humanities programming in the workplace.

To submit a proposal, please send an email with a program description (approximately 200 words) and a resume/CV to

Connections Adult Literacy

Connections Adult Literacy is a book discussion program that works in coordination with adult basic education and ESOL classes, refugee resettlement organizations, disabled adults, or federal and state prisons. We are also looking for facilitators for a new book discussion program in partnership with public libraries statewide.

Candidates interested in becoming Connections book discussion facilitators should have:

Connections facilitators receive an honorarium for each facilitated book discussion.

If you have interest in being a facilitator, please send a letter of interest and resume to Mary Nolin, Connections Adult Literacy Program Manager,

National Endowment for the Humanities logo New Hampshire Humanities programs are made possible in part by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH). Any views, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this these programs do not necessarily represent those of the NEH or New Hampshire Humanities.



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