- Facilitated engaging problem-solving activities for 1,100 Head Start preschoolers
- Engaged 200 elementary school-aged children with inspiring play-based math and science activities during after-school “Learning Clubs”
- Welcomed 1,400 low-income children and family members to free Museum family nights
- Engaged thousands Museum visitors in hands-on exhibits and developed interactive public programs
- And much more!
Tremendous thanks to our graduating AmeriCorps members for their year of dedicated service to children and families in need.
To learn more about the Museum’s AmeriCorps program, please click here.
The Museum’s AmeriCorps program is made possible by a grant from the Corporation for National and Community Service and Serve Rhode Island, with support from additional sponsors for the Head Start and Learning Club programs.