Lapidary Journal: Associations In The US And Worldwide RESOURCES. associations. Bead societies. Clubs. Museums. Reference Shelf GIA provides training in gemology, jewelry manufacturing arts, and business, awarding certificates of completion http://www.lapidaryjournal.com/archive/associations.cfm
Extractions: Site Index Advertising Info Artist Profiles Archives/Reprints Associations (Prof.) Back Issues Bead Arts Awards 2003 Bead Arts Bead Classes Bead Fest Bead Societies Book Reviews Business Articles Calendar Catalog Collection Classified Ads Clubs Customer Service Designer Gallery Featured Articles Fee Mining Directory Gallery Place Give A Gift Grant Opportunities Holiday Jewelry Index to Past Articles Instant Project Reprints Jewelry Arts Awards Jewelry Arts Expo Jewelry Arts Expo Classes Jewelry Arts Winners Jewelry Journal Listing Forms LJ Subscriptions Media Kits/Ad Rates Museums Product Information Product SEARCH Reference Books Reprint Information Rock Shops Safety in the Studio Schools Search Projects Show Calendar Sites to See/Links Site Map StepByStep Beads StepByStep Projects StepByStep Beads Subs. StepByStep Kids LJ Store Subscription Info. Subscribe to LJ Subscriber Questions Technique Articles Tool Guide Web Directory Colored Stone Fall Show Guide Vegas Show Guide Tucson Show Guide CS Source Guide TOUCHSTONE RESOURCES Associations Schools A variety of trade, professional, and amateur associations for those with interest in gems, jewelry, beads, minerals, and fossils appear in this alphabetically arranged directory. Available addresses, phone and fax numbers, and e-mail and Web site addresses, as well as a brief description of each organization's purpose, are included. Additions and corrections for inclusion in the 2003 Annual Buyers' Directory are welcome. Please send them to
Extractions: Site Index Advertising Info Artist Profiles Archives/Reprints Associations (Prof.) Back Issues Bead Arts Awards 2003 Bead Arts Bead Classes Bead Fest Bead Societies Book Reviews Business Articles Calendar Catalog Collection Classified Ads Clubs Customer Service Designer Gallery Featured Articles Fee Mining Directory Gallery Place Give A Gift Grant Opportunities Holiday Jewelry Index to Past Articles Instant Project Reprints Jewelry Arts Awards Jewelry Arts Expo Jewelry Arts Expo Classes Jewelry Arts Winners Jewelry Journal Listing Forms LJ Subscriptions Media Kits/Ad Rates Museums Product Information Product SEARCH Reference Books Reprint Information Rock Shops Safety in the Studio Schools Search Projects Show Calendar Sites to See/Links Site Map StepByStep Beads StepByStep Projects StepByStep Beads Subs. StepByStep Kids LJ Store Subscription Info. Subscribe to LJ Subscriber Questions Technique Articles Tool Guide Web Directory Colored Stone Fall Show Guide Vegas Show Guide Tucson Show Guide CS Source Guide TOUCHSTONE Schools This directory includes information on where to find instruction in the gem, jewelry, and bead arts and includes programs that range from informal workshops to courses offered by specialized schools and universities. Organizations in the United States appear first under state and then city; those abroad appear under country, province or state, and city as applicable. Available addresses (zip codes appear in parentheses), phone and fax numbers, and e-mail and Web site addresses are given for all organizations. All offerings are subject to change. Many parks and recreation departments sponsor programs sporadically; for more information on possible offerings, contact local city or county agencies.
COLORADO MINERAL SOCIETY - Links to Geology Mineralogy This page lists rock and mineral societies and associations with web sites to websites associated with gemcutting or gemology. http//www.mysticrystals.com http://www.coloradomineralsociety.org/links.html
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LINKS OF INTEREST IN MINERALOGY Mineralogy Journals. Mineralogy societies and associations. Other Links University of North Carolina) gemology Overview ( GeoGem) Gems and Precious Stones http://www.il-st-acad-sci.org/mineral.html
Associations; Rock, Gem & Mineral Clubs generally, as well as members of the Association . scientific and practical aspects of gemology and the California Federation of Mineralogical societies, inc. http://www.opalshop.com.au/associations;-rock,-gem-&-mineral-clubs.html
Extractions: The Australian Opal and Gem Industry Association is a non-profit trade association incorporated in 1973 to "create conditions conducive to orderliness and stability in the Australian gem stone market" and to "represent the interests of the Australian gemstone industry generally, as well as members of the Association".
GIA: Careers Available: Resumes memberships in trade associations, professional societies, alumni and Gem Instruments Books Alumni Association Gems gemology Careers Available http://www.gia.org/careers/4086/resumes.cfm
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Links To Gem & Mineral Resources On The Net Lists Faceting Field Trips Fluorescents Fossils gemology General Info associations. American Federation of Mineralogical societies California Federation Eastern http://www.gembiz.com/ccrmc/links-1.htm
Careers gemology and Jewelry Industry. are encouraged to become student members of the following Professional Bodies, Learned societies and associations. http://www.hku.hk/earthsci/community/careers/other/car_car.htm
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Links To Good Information published by a group of European mineralogical societies. gemology Gems gemology from the Joint publication of Spanish mineral collectors associations. http://www.hedegaard.com/Links/Min.html
Extractions: These are "reviewed" links and not "Claus' links to everything on the web." That means, I have visited the sites and found they they carry some useful original information for mineral and fossil collectors, that would be good to have if you are interested in ... whatever. That is obviously frightfully pretentious, but there are already several substantial collections of unreviewed links, some of which I have included. Use those. The criteria for inclusion on this list are roughly: a) The site contains original editorial material (e.g., locality descriptions), or b) describes or gives access to such information (e.g., publisher's web pages). Mostly I exclude sites that are collections of links, address and staff directories, compilations of photographs or mere pricelists. Many sites include such material and I have no problems with that, but by itself it does not tell me anything about rocks. Similarly, I do not link to every museum or earth sciences department with a web site, but only to those offering on-line displays. If you need museum web sites, consult the museum directory in the Other information section.
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Browse Title gemology WORLD CAN. INSTITUTE OF GEMMOLOGY (1). GEOLOGICAL SURVEYS AND NATURAL RESOURCES DEPARTMENTS, associations AND societies (1). http://infomine.ucr.edu/cgi-bin/browse?browse_key=list;title;physci;all&node=G