The National Liberty Museum's Outreach Programs are innovative violence prevention and diversity training workshops for schools, after-school activities, community centers, day camps, and libraries. Our Programs combine standards-based character education lessons with state-of-the-art computer interactives to encourage students to create a culture of peace and achievement within their school and community. Each of our Outreach Programs reflect the experience students receive when visiting the Museum, but are specifically designed for the more formal learning environment of a classroom.
Many schools have a limited budget or mandate from their district which prevents them from making field trips to the Museum. The National Liberty Museum's outreach effort makes it possible for all schools, teachers, students, parents, and caregivers to experience the extraordinary character education, violence prevention, and diversity appreciation programs of the National Liberty Museum.
To learn more about the National Liberty Museum's Outreach Programs, please call Nick Ospa, Manager of Outreach Education, at 215-925-2800, ext. 107 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.