AMP selected for Teacher Ranger Teacher Program 

Posted on May 14 2021


This summer, the American Memorial Park has been selected to participate in the Teacher Ranger Teacher program. The purpose of the program is to provide teachers an opportunity to learn about National Park Service educational resources and themes while earning continuing education credits through a partnership between the NPS and the University of Colorado, Denver.   

Participating teachers will spend 240 hours working with park staff developing an education program as well as completing three graduate credit hours of coursework in Experiential Learning online. Upon completion of the program, teachers will receive a $3,000 stipend from the university. The program will begin mid-June. 

K-12th grade teachers are invited to apply. Note that most work for this summer’s program will be completed remotely and the selected teacher must have access to a computer and internet. The deadline for applications is May 26, 2021.  To request an application, or to learn more about the program contact Ranger Brooke Nevitt at and include Teacher Ranger Teacher in the email subject line. (PR)

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