© Missouri History Museum
One of the Missouri History Museum’s biggest initiatives is to provide the public with an outstanding institution for educational opportunities. The educational programs at the Missouri History Museum range from programs geared toward school children, to programs for teenagers and adults.
Schools have the option of booking a specialized tour around the Missouri History Museum where they have the chance to get a behind the scenes look and participate in story times and other interactive activities. Other educational programs for school-aged children include; theater and performances, make-and-take workshops, Girl Scout and Cub Scout programs, and camps.
Teenagers have the option of joining the educational program, Teens Make History. During the program, teenagers work as apprentices to some of the museum’s most recognized employees. During this apprenticeship, teenagers are able to learn more about the museum and history, conduct interviews, and complete other tasks relevant to the museum and history.
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