School and Teacher Programs 2014-2015
For more information, call 973.596.6690, or visit our School & Teacher pages:
Programs For Your Students
Educators Evenings at the Newark Museum
Thursdays, October 9, 16 & 23, 2014 from 4-7 pm
These professional development opportunities allow teachers to observe, discover and explore curriculum connections in the Museum's collections. Join us for lively talks, exhibition tours and interactive workshops. Attendees will receive resource materials. Wine and light refreshments served.
Major support for the Museum's education services is provided by:
City of Newark • State of New Jersey • New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State • New Jersey Cultural Trust • Newark Public Schools • Victoria Foundation • Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation • The Prudential Foundation • Bank of America
PSEG Foundation • Horizon Foundation for New Jersey • The Star-Ledger • Johnson & Johnson • MCJ Foundation • E. Franklin Robbins Trust • The Hyde and Watson Foundation • The Healthcare Foundation of New Jersey • The Roche Foundation • Verizon • F.M. Kirby Foundation, Inc. • Turrell Fund • Jockey Hollow Foundation • The Laura J. Niles Foundation, Inc. • Brundage Charitable Foundation • United Way of Essex & West Hudson • Doris Duke Foundation for Islamic Art • The New York Community Trust—Wattles Family Charitable Trust Fund • Cognizant • New Jersey Council for the Humanities • New Jersey Historical Commission • Nanoscale Informal Science Education Network • JPMorgan Chase & Co. • National Museum of Korea • Goldman Family Charitable Fund • Upton Charitable Foundation • The Lipper Family Charitable Foundation • Newark Museum Volunteer Organization • TD Charitable Foundation • J. Seward Johnson Sr. 1963 Charitable Trust • E. Rhodes and Leona B. Carpenter Foundation • BASF • The Bay and Paul Foundations • Aviation Development Council, Inc. • United • PSEG/United Way of Essex and West Hudson After-school Collaborative
To discuss opportunities on how to become a sponsor of the Newark Museum's education and public programs, contact the Development Department at 973.596.6579.