Excellence in All They Do at the Army Women’s Museum
In 2019, US Army Women’s Museum staff, under the outstanding leadership of Education Director, Mr. Jimmy Price, conducted 18 live-broadcast programs for over 600 learners of all ages, and that hard work has recently been noticed! The Center for Interactive Learning and Collaboration (CILC) has awarded two of AWM programs their “Value Seals of Alignment.”
The program “Island of Integration: The Desegregation of the U.S. Army” earned CILC’s Value Seal of Alignment for Life Long Learning, Global Learning, Authentic Learning, and Diverse Learning, giving it a perfect 4 out of 4. One recent user evaluation for this program said, “This was one of the best classes we have ever taken through CILC and we will be using them again!”
Another museum offering entitled “100 Years Ago: An Exploration of America’s Role in WWI” also won CILC’s Value Seal of Alignment for Diverse Learning and Authentic Learning. According to the center, “Programs that align to CILC’s four core values are recognized for quality and awarded these seals, based on recognition by our Value Ambassadors, Staff, and members’ feedback.” This coming year the museum staff will build upon the successes of previous years with even greater achievements as they continue to reach students around the globe with this amazing educational tool.
If you are interested in arranging museum programs for your organizations please visit their website and use the contact button or give them a call. https://awm.lee.army.mil/
The Army Women’s Museum REACHING Outside Its Walls.
Virtual Tour Coming Soon!!
We are pleased to announce that through your donations FAWMA has been able to fund a virtual tour of the museum. This is especially meaningful since we know that many of you love the museum but are unable to travel to see it in person.
Right after the new year, the staff of the Army Women’s Museum worked with a contractor and a few volunteers to film a 360 degree virtual tour of the museum. Seen here is a member of the tour production company directing three soldiers for a shot in the museum’s “21st Century Army” gallery. Once complete, we will be providing a link for you to check out the tour and the special items that will be featured from the Museum’s collection that are not included in the current exhibits!
On 30 August, over 530 AIT trainees from 16th Ordnance Battalion toured the museum. Rotating through in groups of 100, the soldiers received a brief orientation on Army women’s history before embarking on an exploration of the new exhibits. The newly-renovated galleries proved accommodating for such a large group and many soldiers had their curiosity piqued, asking numerous questions and voicing how much they enjoyed everything they experienced in the museum.Follow us at our social media sites!