Register now for the Spring 2015 MARAC/NEA Joint Meeting, March 19-21, at the Boston Park Plaza Hotel

Members of both NEA and MARAC have been working together diligently over the past year to bring you a fantastic three-day program that is diverse, interesting, and collaborative. There are sessions, workshops, repository tours, a Day of Service community volunteer day, and more. And of course the opportunity to network with members of the archival profession from two regional organizations.

View the schedule and workshops.

Register for the conference.

Register for repository tours.  Please note that you have to register for repository tours through MARAC.

Reserve your hotel room now (reservation code: NEAJM). Room rates start at $159.*

Upcoming key dates:
2/26 -- Hotel CUT-OFF for special Spring 2015 reservation prices
3/4 -- Last day for advanced registration
3/18 -- Late/On-site registration starts

*PLEASE NOTE: Boston Park Plaza Hotel lists our rate for a quad as $239 a night. THIS IS INCORRECT. The actual rate is $219 -- even if your confirmation says it is $239 a night. The hotel is aware of this discrepancy and will edit the rate by hand and send you a new confirmation for the correct amount. Please be assured, you will be charged the correct rate of $219 a night.

Upcoming events

2015-03-19 8:00 AM • Park Plaza Hotel | Boston, MA
2015-03-19 9:00 AM • Park Plaza Hotel | Boston, MA
2015-03-19 9:00 AM • Park Plaza Hotel | Boston, MA
2015-03-19 9:00 AM • Park Plaza Hotel | Boston, MA
2015-03-19 9:00 AM • Park Plaza Hotel | Boston, MA

Inclusion & Diversity Statement

At the beginning of 2014, the New England Archivists (NEA) Board began working on an inclusion and diversity statement for the organization.  After receiving valuable feedback from membership, the NEA Board approved the statement that resonated most with NEA members.  The Board is pleased to announce NEA's Inclusion and Diversity Statement:

NEA supports inclusion and diversity as core values in achieving its mission. NEA is committed to building and maintaining an inclusive environment where differences of opinion, beliefs, and values are sought, listened to, respected, and valued. Through inclusion, NEA is dedicated to expanding membership, participation, and leadership that reflect the broad diversity of New England.

The Board recognizes that this statement is a living document and will continue to ask for member feedback as the organization moves forward in its inclusion and diversity efforts.  We would like to thank our membership for helping NEA develop this important initiative.  For more information, please visit (link to press release).  For more information on NEA's inclusion and diversity initiative, please visit:

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