1896 $2.00 Education Note
The Board and officers of Central States are committed to increasing the number and quality of educational programs it offers to coin clubs and members. The programs listed below are representative of this effort. We are pleased to make all of these programs available to your club, your members and members of CSNS. If you have any suggestions for additional programs, please let us know.
Central States Numismatic Society Education Committee
W. Ray Lockwood - Chairman and Education Director
For more information on any program listed below contact:
W. Ray Lockwood - Education Director
Marion, Indiana 46952
Since 2006, Central States has conducted at least two seminars per year. These educational programs feature some of the best experts in their fields and cover a wide range of topics.
Saturday, May 14, 2016
Holiday Inn - Toledo South, Perrysburg, Ohio (just off I-75)
Co-host is the Glass Center Coin Club
- 9:00 AM - Brad Karoleff - "Connections - Black Pepper, The Mountain That Eats Men & John Reich"
- 10:30 AM - Carol Bastable - "Love Tokens, Beyond the Ordinary"
- 1:00 PM - Larry Falater - "Toledo, Michigan in Notes and Lore"
- 2:30 PM - Peter Huntoon - "Spotlight on Ohio National Bank Notes"
Download the registration form here Spring Seminar Registration form
CSNS member clubs can schedule well-known speakers for club meetings with Central States paying for the speaker's expenses up to $200.00. One speaker per club, per year will be available.
CSNS member clubs can receive up to five DVD's at no cost. These videos were produced by David Lisot and feature presentations by top speakers at ANA, FUN and Central States Conventions. They will make great club programs.
REVISED LIBRARY BOOK PROGRAM
CSNS member clubs that purchase and donate $100 worth of numismatic books/publications to local libraries (public or school) will qualify for an additional $500 from Central States to purchase more books for libraries.
Annual ANA Summer Scholarship Program
CSNS offers its members two scholarships each year to the American Numismatic Association's Summer Seminar in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The scholarships, available to both adults and juniors, are awarded on the basis of an individual's numismatic activities.
The YN Scholarship is for students under the age of 18. The Summer Seminar is a week-long series of educational lectures held each year at the ANA headquarters and the Campus of Colorado College.
Award includes tuition, room and board, as well as coach airfare from the airport nearest the awardee's place of legal residence. The approximate value of the award is $1400.
Applicants should apply by letter and will be judged primarily on the basis of past contributions to organized numismatics. Examples of activities considered to enhance an application include service as a local, regional, or national numismatic officer, publication of numismatically related articles; a history of exhibiting at coin shows and other numismatic exhibitions; as well as service on the staff of local, regional, or national coin shows or numismatic conventions.
Applications should be submitted prior to August 1, for summer school the following year.
For information about Scholarships contact:
Patricia Foley - Secretary
Central States Numismatic Society
P.O. Box 210710
Milwaukee, WI 53221