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Upcoming Programs:

  • 2018–2019 Professional Development*

    November 6, 2018
    A Study in World War II - Chancellor’s Day Professional Development

    The Intrepid Museum is pleased to present this rich, academic study of World War II with the Institute on World War II and the Human Experience at Florida State University. G. Kurt Piehler, associate professor and director of the Institute will present Men and Women at War: What Can Documents Tell Us? which will offer an overview of the experiences of combatants and civilians during World War II. The Intrepid Museum’s collection and story will be woven into this enriching day of historical discussion through a guided tour of Intrepid’s experience in the Pacific theater and workshops that focus on the bravery of the men who occupied what is known as Gun Tub 10 and how extraordinary stories can be told through historical artifacts.

    Also joining the day are Edward J.K. Gitre, an assistant professor from Virginia Tech, who will present What the Soldier Thinks: Tapping the Crowd to Tell the Story of the American GI, an NEH-funded digital history project designed to give students an authentic and unparalleled perspective on war, the soldier’s experience, and modern American history; Benjamin Mack-Jackson, independent scholar, who will review how the World War II Veterans History Project is educating and inspiring the next generation to better understand and appreciate the sacrifices made by the Greatest Generation; and Alison Reilly, who will examine art and war through works from the Museum of Modern Art.

    We recommend this professional development event to middle and high school teachers or those with a deep interest in this subject matter. Register now

    January 28, 2019
    High School ONLY Chancellor’s Day

    Learn about bringing NASA Space STEM Resources back to your school.

    June 6, 2019
    Chancellor’s Day

    All About the Moon! Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Apollo Moon Landing.

    Check back soon for more details and registration information.
    The Intrepid Museum is an NYSED-approved CTLE provider.

    *Topics and formats subject to change

  • P Credit Courses

    The Museum offers P-credit courses as part of the NYC Department of Education's After School Professional Development Program (ASPDP). These courses apply toward teachers' salary differential +30 requirement.

    The Fall P-Credit course has been cancelled. Please check back soon for our Spring 2019 offerings.



Host your next faculty event at the Museum! Reserve the Intrepid Museum’s Michael Tyler Fisher Center for Education for an educational retreat, conference or committee meeting. With spectacular views of the Hudson River and newly renovated accommodations, space is available for groups as small as 10 and as large as 200.

For additional information, pricing, and inquiries concerning educator events, please contact


Call: 646-381-5020