n. (abbr. SNCA)SNIH-kaha statewide association in North Carolina supporting individuals and organizations in archives and related fields through education, information exchange, publications, and networkingMays 2016The Society of North Carolina Archivists (SNCA) was organized in 1983 in response to a report by the State Historical Records Advisory Board that called for the formation of a statewide organization to foster communication among those responsible for the state’s documentary heritage. The Society held its first meeting in 1984. It holds one meeting each year (although it held two meetings a year during the period of these records), and offers programs and workshops of interest to archivists.Zanish-Belcher 2019bThe Society of North Carolina Archivists held its annual meeting two weeks ago at the University of North Carolina-Wilmington campus. A ZSR contingent attended the meeting, where the overall theme was Interdisciplinary Archives and Interprofessional Collaboration.SNCA 2022SNCA is a tax-exempt, nonprofit organization which... ¶ Promotes cooperation and the exchange of information among individuals and institutions interested in the preservation and use of the archival and manuscript resources of North Carolina . . .
The Society of North Carolina Archivists was founded in 1983 and held its first meeting in 1984. The organization holds conferences and workshops, gives awards and grants, plans and coordinates statewide Archives Month activities, and publishes a blog and the Journal of the Society of North Carolina Archivists.