For Teachers

Caucasian female ranger speaks to children while interacting with the riveting machine.
Ranger Jessica demonstrates the interactive welding for students
 

Inspiring Students!

The Visitor Education Center is a great place to bring your students on a field trip. There are many education opportunities that allow teachers to share an important part of American history. There are interactive exhibits, educational videos and ranger programs.

In order to accommodate classes, we require that teachers make a reservation. Please call the front desk at 510-232-5050, and speak with the education coordinator.

 

Education Assets For Teachers

We are always adding more education curriculum to our website. Currently, teachers may access a number of learning pages to enhance their lesson plans.

List of Assets

Home Front Heroes Documentary

"Home Front Heroes" is the main feature shown in our Visitor Education Center. Eighteen minutes in length, it provides a comprehensive introduction to the World War II Home Front, explores the local story of the boomtown of Richmond, CA, and features first-hand interviews with many of our beloved Rosies and other Home Front workers.

History and Culture

Learn more about the stories of the American WWII Home Front: the people who worked in the defense industry and other home front jobs, home front activities, daily life, and social changes accelerated by the changing home front culture. Learn about the places associated with Rosie the Riveter/WWII Home Front NHP. Learn about the museum and archives collection of Rosie the Riveter/WWII Home Front NHP and how to research the collections and donate artifacts and archives to the park.

Stories

Learn more about the stories of the American WWII Home Front: the people who worked in the defense industry and other home front jobs, home front activities, daily life, and social changes accelerated by the changing home front culture.

Places

Learn about the places associated with Rosie the Riveter/WWII Home Front NHP.

Museum and Archives Collections

Learn about the museum and archives collections, how to research the collections, and donate artifacts and archives to the park.

Photos - Historic and Modern

Explore the photograph collections from the park

Topics For Discussion

These questions are designed to help enhance the learning experience for students and adults, alike. Add these topics to your learning plan, historic discovery, or family discussion.

Additonal Assets

Youtube Videos

Girl Scouts Patch Program

 
Young female students are posing with the "Rosie" statue.
Students pose with the Rosie the Riveter figure in the Visitor Education Center

Last updated: December 14, 2020

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Mailing Address:

1414 Harbour Way South, Suite 3000
Richmond, CA 94804

Phone:

(510) 232-5050

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