Applications are now open for the ArchivesSpace Member Match program.

The Member Match program is an initiative to engage the ArchivesSpace membership community, created and organized by the Member Engagement sub-team of the ArchivesSpace User Advisory Council, with support from the ArchivesSpace Community Engagement Coordinator. The program is intended to be a resource and venue for peer-to-peer support between ArchivesSpace members. For one, year-long term, participants will be matched with a member with whom they can receive and offer professional insight, advice, and comradery. The program will also offer participants the opportunity to engage in exclusive events and enlightening discussions about ArchivesSpace and its active user community.


Any individual affiliated with an ArchivesSpace member organization is eligible to participate in the ArchivesSpace Member Match program and there is no limit to the number of individuals from a member organization that may participate.

If you are unsure of your organization’s ArchivesSpace membership status, visit or email

To Apply

There is a short application to complete at
Applications should be submitted by April 30. Applicants will be notified of their matches no later than June 30.

To Learn More

Visit the Member Match wiki:

The ArchivesSpace Member Engagement Sub-team conducted an informational webinar on March 10th.  You can view the recording of this webinar on the Member Match wiki.

Please feel free to direct any questions to

-Posted on behalf of the ArchivesSpace Member Engagement sub-team

Kate Blalack, American Song Archive
Regina Carra, American Folk Art Museum
Bailey Hoffner, University of Oklahoma
Ashley Knox, University of North Carolina Wilmington
Brittany Newberry, Atlanta University Center and ArchivesSpace User Advisory Council Chair
Jessica Crouch, ArchivesSpace Community Engagement Coordinator

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