Apply for a Montpelier Summer Seminar for Teachers!

Mar 20, 2018 / E-news

The Center for the Constitution at Montpelier is hosting three-day seminars for K-12 educators this summer! This summer’s seminars are Constitutional Conventions, The Evolution of Rights and Liberties, and The Mere Distinction of Colour. Each seminar will engage its participants in interactive lectures and tours of the Montpelier mansion and grounds, where James Madison made his home.
Constitutional experts will teach at a graduate level, using primary source materials. The Center will provide documentation of the hours spent at the seminar to qualify for professional development and CEUs through James Madison University and a one-year membership to Montpelier.
Check out the dates and application here!

The Center for the Constitution at Montpelier is hosting three-day seminars for K-12 educators this summer! This summer’s seminars are Constitutional Conventions, The Evolution of Rights and Liberties, and The Mere Distinction of Colour. Each seminar will engage its participants in interactive lectures and tours of the Montpelier mansion and grounds, where James Madison made his home.

Constitutional experts will teach at a graduate level, using primary source materials. The Center will provide documentation of the hours spent at the seminar to qualify for professional development and CEUs through James Madison University and a one-year membership to Montpelier.

Check out the dates and application here!

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