Student Workshops

Student Workshops were constructed for the purpose of providing college students with the opportunity to advance their knowledge of American revolutionary history, as well as their experience working in museum education. These workshops will be conducted twice a year, coinciding with both spring and fall semesters. Under the guidance of the Director of Education & Public Programs, students will gain a variety of skills necessary to succeed in Museum Education. Through the successful completion of this workshop, student members will be awarded with a certificate.

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Student Partner Programs

Currently, our Partner Program offers outside organizations and institutions the opportunity to create unique and educational programming with the Museum. With our Student Partner Program, Student Members will have the unique opportunity to work with the Museum to complete research projects that promote the Museum’s mission of preserving and interpreting the history of the American Revolutionary era, and utilize the Gallery spaces as a backdrop to present their work to colleagues and classmates. Learn more. Students Members can work in conjunction with or without an educational institution to participate in this program.

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Priority Access to Collections for Students


Fraunces Tavern Museum allows special permission to our Student Museum Members to look through our collections through a standard research request. Student members who wish to have research opportunities must do so under strict specific guidelines and through appointment only. Collection access by student members must adhere to the institution's standard policy.

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