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Ranger and students in a classroom
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Bring a ranger to your classroom for FREE. Rangers in the Classroom offerings are limited to locations within a 60 mile radius of Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site (450 Auburn Ave., NE, Atlanta, GA 30331). Review our current program offerings below. Check back regularly for an up-to-date schedule and to make your class reservation on a first-come, first-served basis. Program offerings are limited to school groups and may not be reserved by private tour agencies or third parties.
  • Your Life's Blueprint Program
Year Round: Monday - Friday
Flexible Times between 9:30 am and 3 pm
Grades 3 – 9
Imagine Dr. King standing in front of your classroom talking to your students today - preparing them for the lifetime ahead, the trials and the triumphs. What words of wisdom or advice would he have to prepare them? Inspire students to create their life's "blueprint" utilizing the timeless words of Dr. King. Engage students in thinking about their plan in life, how they define success, and the steps they need to take to make their dreams a reality. The program is appropriate for grades 3 to 9. Program duration ranges between 30 minutes and 1 hour based on grade level and is ranger-led. Maximum capacity is 60 students. All materials provided. Reserve your ranger-led blueprint program on Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays year round by contacting the Education Coordinator e-mail us. Make sure to include your requested date, name of program, grade level, number of students and contact information.
  • Careers with the National Park Service
Year Round: Monday – Saturday
Flexible Times
Grades 7 – 12 & Undergraduate/College-level
Learn about the variety of jobs offered with the National Park Service ranging from Law Enforcement, Interpretation, Administration, Maintenance, Cultural Resources and Natural Resources among others with a ranger-led power point/media presentation. Students learn how to prepare for a career with NPS and/or government agencies and the variety of internship and youth conservation corps options available for high school and college students. Program offerings are appropriate for career days and can be adapted for tabling events. Reserve your ranger-led program year round by contacting the Education Coordinator at e-mail us. Make sure to include your requested date, name of program, grade level, number of students and contact information.

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

450 Auburn Avenue, NE
Atlanta, GA 30331

Phone:

(404) 331-5190 x5046
To speak with a Park Ranger contact the phone number provided.

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