Partners

University Partners

 

Drew University McNeese University Rutgers University setonhall University of Central Florida
University of Nevada, Las Vegas University of North Carolina, Greensboro University of Northern Iowa University of Southern Mississippi Villanova University

 

Organizational Partners

Historic Philadelphia Historic Philadelphia isn’t just a place. It’s an organization – dedicated to enhancing the visitor experience and helping to strengthen Philadelphia’s tourism industry through interpretation and interaction, making our nation’s history relevant and real. Historic Philadelphia, Inc. maintains the following organizations: The Betsy Ross House, Franklin Square, Lights of Liberty and our own storytellers and historical players, Once Upon a Nation.
Friends of Gettysburg The Gettysburg Foundation’s mission, in partnership with the National Park Service, is to enhance preservation and understanding of the heritage and lasting significance of Gettysburg. The Foundation works to focus on the most remarkable historic events, specifically, the Gettysburg Campaign, the Battle of Gettysburg, President Abraham Lincoln’s unforgettable Gettysburg Address and President Dwight D. Eisenhower’s residence in the Gettysburg community.
The Spy Museum The International Spy Museum is the only public museum in the United States solely dedicated to the tradecraft, history, and contemporary role of espionage. Open since July 2002 and in development since 1996, the museum features the largest collection of international espionage artifacts ever placed on public display – many have never been seen by the public. These artifacts – from a 1777 letter by George Washington authorizing a New York spy network to a 1980s coat with a camera concealed in a button – bring to life the people and techniques behind some of the most influential espionage actions in world history.
Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum Both a New York City and a National Landmark, Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum is home to one of the most beautifully situated historic houses in the city. The museum welcomes thousands of visitors each year for guided and group tours, education programs for children, garden strolls and trail hikes, and a variety of special events.The Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum and Carriage House invites teachers to introduce 19th Century New York City to students by taking advantage of the Education Program. As the last remaining country house in the Rodmans Neck area of the Bronx, Bartow-Pell with its richly crafted Greek Revival interiors and museum collection of furniture, paintings and the decorative arts, can be an away-from-the-classroom laboratory. Students learn about the people and lifestyle of 150 years ago in a historic house museum setting, guided by caring staff and interested trained volunteers.
The Point THE POINT Community Development Corporation is a non-profit 501 (c)(3) dedicated to youth development and the cultural and economic revitalization of the Hunts Point section of the South Bronx. We work with our neighbors to celebrate the life and art of our community, an area traditionally defined solely in terms of its poverty, crime rate, poor schools and substandard housing. We believe the area’s residents, their talents and aspirations, are THE POINT’s greatest assets.THE POINT offers a multi-faceted approach to asset-based community development. It’s programming falls within three main headings – Youth Development, Arts and Culture and Community Development – all aimed at the comprehensive revitalization of Hunts Point.
The-Paley-Center-for-media-logo The Paley Center for Media, with locations in New York and Los Angeles, leads the discussion about the cultural, creative, and social significance of television, radio, and emerging platforms for the professional community and media-interested public.Using programs from the collection as a means of illustration and investigation, Paley Center educators lead classes on a wide range of subjects. Sessions enhance critical thinking skills and promote media literacy.While the medium is television or radio, the subject may be advertising, the Vietnam conflict, the changing role of women, political campaigns, radio theater, or many others.
Ukrainian Museum The Ukrainian Museum is the largest museum in the U.S. committed to acquiring, preserving, exhibiting, and interpreting articles of artistic or historic significance to the rich cultural heritage of Ukrainians. At its founding in 1976 by the Ukrainian National Women’s League of America, the Museum was hailed as one of the finest achievements of the Ukrainian American community. Today, its unparalleled array of folk art, exceptional collection of fine art, and extensive compendium of archival materials make it one of the most unique and dynamic museums in New York City, with broad appeal for diverse audiences. Each year, the Museum organizes several exhibitions, publishes accompanying bilingual catalogues, and conducts a wide range of public programming, frequently in collaboration with other museums, educational institutions, and cultural centers.
Bronx Museum of the Arts logo The Bronx Museum of the Arts is a contemporary art museum that connects diverse audiences to the urban experience through its permanent collection, special exhibitions, and education programs. Reflecting the borough’s dynamic communities, the Museum is the crossroad where artists, local residents, national and international visitors meet.By providing an open forum for discussion and experimentation, the Education Department at the Bronx Museum works as a catalyst for ideas and dialogue. We promote engaging and transformational art experiences with the goal of connecting the viewer’s personal experience with relevant areas in contemporary culture.
Jewish Heritage Museum The mission of the Museum is to educate people of all ages and backgrounds about the broad tapestry of Jewish life in the 20th and 21st centuries—before, during, and after the Holocaust.Multiple perspectives on modern Jewish history, life, and culture are presented in the Museum’s unique Core Exhibition and award-winning special exhibitions.Acclaimed public programs, including discussions, films, plays, and concerts, highlight the richness of Jewish culture and ideas.The Museum’s mission extends across the country and the world with Fellowships at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics (FASPE) and initiatives with affiliate organizations: the Auschwitz Jewish Center and JewishGen.
The Fire Zone The Fire Zone is New York City’s state-of-the-art fire-safety learning center.Through a variety of hands-on exhibits and multimedia presentations, visitors are immersed in a unique experience where they become part of the firefighting team. Visitors will realize they can play a major role in preventing fires and making their families safer.At the Fire Zone, visitors are led into a Simulated Fire scene. Through real life testimonies, they learn how easily fires can start, and how quickly they can spread, and most importantly, how an escape plan could get them to safety. Visitors exit through a darkened, smoke-filled hallway to a predetermined meeting place.
Foundation Center Established in 1956 and today supported by close to 550 foundations, the Foundation Center is the leading source of information about philanthropy worldwide. Through data, analysis, and training, it connects people who want to change the world to the resources they need to succeed. The Center maintains the most comprehensive database on U.S. and, increasingly, global grantmakers and their grants — a robust, accessible knowledge bank for the sector. It also operates research, education, and training programs designed to advance knowledge of philanthropy at every level. Thousands of people visit the Center’s web site each day and are served in its five regional library/learning centers and its network of more than 450 funding information centers located in public libraries, community foundations, and educational institutions nationwide and around the world.
National History Club The National History Club Inc. (NHC) inspires students and teachers to start history club chapters at high schools, middle schools, and within other student and community programs. Members of local history club chapters participate in local and national programs, and create their own projects and activities. The NHC also provides chapters with resources and services that will help them increase the activity and impact of their history club. To date, the NHC has founded history club chapters at high schools and middle schools in 43 states, and there are over 12,000 student members. To view a recent Newsletter, please visitwww.nationalhistoryclub.org.
For tLigonier Welcome to Fort Ligonier. Journey back to the 18th century to a place where the flag of His Majesty King George still flies. During your visit, you will explore the museum galleries and the impressive Fort, a full-scale, on-site restoration/reconstruction of the 1758 – 1766 original, situated on a commanding hilltop in the beautiful Laurel Highlands. Allow at least an hour to tour Fort Ligonier plus some extra time to visit our Museum Store which features a wide selection of books, gifts, and souvenirs.
James Madison Memorial Fellowship Foundation The James Madison Memorial Fellowship Foundation was established by Congress in 1986 for the purpose of improving teaching about the United States Constitution in secondary schools. The Foundation is an independent agency of the Executive Branch of the federal government. Funding for the Foundation’s programs comes from Congress and generous contributions from individuals, foundations, and corporations. The Foundation has a Board of Trustees and its daily operations are directed by a president and a small staff. The Foundation’s office is located in Washington, D.C.