Mount Vernon's Education Department offers a number of dynamic, practical, and engaging programs for educators and students of all ages. Get involved by checking out our list of upcoming events.



Upcoming Events

Summer Residential Program - Week 2

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This program for teachers from California, Nevada, Ohio, and Oregon is a week long intensive study of George Washington and his world. Teachers reside on the grounds at Mount Vernon and attend sessions at the Fred W. Smith National Library for the Study of George Washington.

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Summer Residential Program - Week 3

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This program for teachers from Arkansas, Florida, and Maryland is a week long intensive study of George Washington and his world. Teachers reside on the grounds at Mount Vernon and attend sessions at the Fred W. Smith National Library for the Study of George Washington.

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Summer Residential Program - Week 4

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This program for teachers from Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania is a week long intensive study of George Washington and his world. Teachers reside on the grounds at Mount Vernon and attend sessions at the Fred W. Smith National Library for the Study of George Washington.

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Residential Weekend With George Washington for Missouri and Kentucky Teachers

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Join us for a four-day, immersive residential program for teachers from Missouri and Kentucky. The curriculum will include discussions led by noted Washington scholar, Dr. Denver Brunsman, as well as hands-on workshops exploring Washington’s life and interests at Mount Vernon. Through study, discussion, tours, and projects participants will gain a new and deeper understanding of the life and character of George Washington and his unique legacy in creating and shaping the principles of America’s democracy. Applications are due by July 20, 2015.

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Residential Weekend With George Washington for Virginia Teachers

Our residential weekend program for Virginia teachers is a three-day intensive study of George Washington and his world. Selected teachers will participate in discussions led by noted Washington scholars while also engaging in workshops exploring Washington’s life and interests at Mount Vernon. Through study, discussion, and tours, participants will gain a new and deeper understanding of the life and character of George Washington and his unique legacy in creating and shaping the principles of America’s democracy. Applications are due by August 31, 2015.

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