Apply to Participate in MOMSI Survey
September 30 - October 30
Help the Greensboro History Museum understand and improve our social impact!
We are seeking participants in a national survey project, Measurement of Museum Social Impact (MOMSI).
Anyone can participate. All you have to do is apply at https://museumsocialimpact.org/apply. Then plan to visit the museum three times November 2021-May 2022. After your final visit, you will be asked to complete a 30-minute online survey regarding your experience.
There are a limited number of opportunities to participate in this study, and participants will be selected on a first-come-first-served basis. Those who complete the survey will receive complementary membership in GHM Inc. and be entered into special prize drawings! Deadline to sign up extended to October 30.
Both first-time visitors and regular visitors are welcome to participate. Please share this opportunity with friends and family who might be interested in visiting the Greensboro History Museum and participate in this study.Apply
Have questions? Contact Glenn Perkins, Curator of Community History
More information about MOMSI
Working with the Utah Division of Arts & Museums, the Greensboro History Museum will study the social impact we have on our community and assist in refining a social impact tool for the museum field.
Thanks to a National Leadership Grant from the Institute of Museums and Library Services (IMLS), the Utah Division of Arts & Museums, in partnership with Thanksgiving Point, had the opportunity to select museums across the country for the Measurement of Museum Social Impact (MOMSI) project. After a competitive application and review process, GHM was one of 38 museums selected for the study.
Social impact is the effect of an activity on the social fabric of a community and the well-being of those who live there. This study will measure social impact through strengthened relationships, health and well-being, continued education and engagement, and intercultural competency.
Working with the MOMSI team in Utah, our museum will recruit and survey visitors from our local community. The data collected will inform the Greensboro History Museum about our social impact and will provide validated data about the museum field generally.