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|Teachers: The National WWII Museum's student travel programs allow high school and college students to earn college credit while exploring the leadership lessons and real-life decision-making scenarios of World War II. Travel scholarships are available for these programs. Encourage your students to apply now! |
For more information, contact our student travel experts at 877-813-3329 x 514.
July 7–18, 2019 (College)
July 14–25, 2019 (High School)
Normandy Academy is a 12-day high school and college study-abroad travel program that allows students to explore the WWII battlefields, beaches, and monuments of Normandy, France. Students will begin their journey on the Museum's New Orleans campus after completing a comprehensive online preparatory course.
June 24–30, 2019
Student Leadership Academy is a seven-day domestic study program that pairs online learning with a behind-the-scenes experience at The National WWII Museum's New Orleans campus. Students will learn hands-on lessons using interactive exhibits and Museum archives and artifacts—including a Sherman tank. This leadership program includes the opportunity to explore historic New Orleans and the surrounding bayou country. Student Leadership Academy is the Museum's premier leadership development program.
June 15–July 6, 2019
Warsaw Academy, a three-week study-abroad opportunity for college students, is one of the newest educational travel offerings from The National WWII Museum. This unique and interactive program brings students face-to-face with the reality of the Jewish ghettos, the Holocaust, and the brutality of the Eastern Front by bringing them to the heart of Poland where these atrocities took place. Warsaw Academy is led by expert historian and Museum Presidential Counselor Alexandra Richie, DPhil, who has designed an itinerary that blends classroom instruction with visits to historic sites.