Programs & Education

Educator & Student Programs

Rooted firmly in the Museum’s collections, education program elements are designed with the goal of creating unique, relevant and engaging experiences.

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Programs & Education

Public Programs

The Museum’s public programming consists of events designed for community and family learning, enjoyment and entertainment.

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Programs & Education

Leadership Programs

Our Leadership Programs—for visitors from college to executive levels—provide a variety of options, both on and off the Museum campus.

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Programs & Education

Experiential Learning Center

Visitors and students will gain new skills in Geography, Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (G-STEM) through high-tech, simulated Army training.

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Programs & Education

Digital Resources

From traditional curriculum to self-guided activities for classroom or home, the Museum will continue to shape virtual learning assets for visitors of all ages over time. Our virtual resource library is in its early stages with curated content being added each month to include FREE resources and activities to support a range of subjects and age groups.

Digital Resources

Programs & Education

Education is one of the essential elements of the Museum’s mission.

Rooted firmly in the Museum’s collections, education program elements are designed with the goal of creating unique, relevant and engaging experiences for our visitors. The Museum places a special emphasis on educational themes related to Army values, history and innovation. Just as admission to the Museum is free, there is no charge to participate in the Museum’s educational programming.

Educator & Student Programs

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Education programs at the Museum align our innovative and experiential spaces with widely recognized curriculum. Through an interdisciplinary approach, students will make connections across subjects and recognizes themes tied to our galleries.

Our K-12 programs are free, standards-based and grade-and-ability-level specific. The Museum offers several field trip experiences for elementary, middle, high school, homeschoolers and Junior ROTC programs.

Educator & Student Programs

Public Programs

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The Museum’s public programming consists of events designed for community and family learning, enjoyment and entertainment. We present some events as a series, while others are stand-alone. Public programs are free, and open to visitors of all ages.

Public Programs

Leadership Programs

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Our Leadership Programs—for visitors from college to executive levels—provide a variety of options, both on and off the Museum campus.

Leadership Programs

Experiential Learning Center

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Using a real world scenario, visitors and students will gain new skills in Geography, Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (G-STEM) through high-tech, simulated Army training.

Museum educators facilitate an interactive group exercise where participants work collaboratively, utilize their new G-STEM skills, and respond to a humanitarian crisis. This staff-guided extension activity must be scheduled in advance.

Experiential Learning Center

Digital Resources

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From traditional curriculum to self-guided activities for classroom or home, the Museum will continue to shape virtual learning assets for visitors of all ages over time. Our virtual resource library is in its early stages with curated content being added each month to include FREE resources and activities to support a range of subjects and age groups.

Digital Resources