Virtual Learning Series 2020/2021

After 50 years providing acclaimed summer programming for nearly 14,000 teachers, this year we went virtual!  Thanks for our generous donors and participants for making our inaugural Summer Learning Series a huge success.  Below are some highlights from the series.

We are not ended with the summer season.  We are excited to announce that we will be working in conjunction with Teaching American History and hosting several online seminars this fall.  Please see below for more information on the offerings and how to register.

Up Coming Schedule

 

More Programs Coming in 2021

 

Past Programs

December 3, 2020
The Battle of Gettysburg: A Conversation with Arch Hunter

 

October 22 and 29, 2020
Constitution Mini-Series
with Dr. Larry Arnn and
Dr. Rogers Smith
View Here

 

June 22-26, 2020
Medal of Honor Legacy: WWII
Registration Closed – View Speakers Here

 

July 6-10, 2020
American Revolution: Philadelphia Campaign
Registration Closed – View Speakers Here

 

July 12-16, 2020
The Presidency & Electoral Power
Registration Closed – View Speakers Here

 

July 27-31, 2020
Medal of Honor Legacy: Technology & The War on Terror
Registration Closed – View Speakers Here

The Battle of Gettysburg:
A Conversation with Arch Hunter

 

 

Thursday, December 3rd

See Recording Here

 

 

Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge invites you on your own private tour of the Gettysburg Battlefield, with Freedoms Foundation’s Graduate Programs Director, Arch Hunter. This unique tour, all through the magic of video, consists of 12 mini clips at various locations within the Gettysburg National Military Park. The videos are now available on Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge’s YouTube Channel.

After enjoying the tour from the comfort of your own home, make sure to join us for the next session in our Virtual Learning Series – The Battle of Gettysburg: A Conversation with Arch Hunter. This in-depth conversation on the Battle of Gettysburg will take place on Thursday, December 3rd at 7PM EST. This program is free, but pre-registration is required.

 

Highlights from the 2020 Summer Learning Series

 

Medal of Honor Legacy: WWII

“Eisenhower’s Strategy: D-Day and the Battle for Europe”


Professor David Eisenhower
University of Pennsylvania

 

American Revolution: Philadelphia Campaign

“Brandywine”


Mr. Michael C. Harris
Author and Former National Park Ranger

 

The Presidency & Electoral Power

“Nationalization of Party Politics”


Dr. John K. White
The Catholic University of America

 

Medal of Honor Legacy: Technology and the Cold War

“Russian Hacking and National Security”


Mr. Jack Tomarchio
Former Deputy Assistant for Security at the Department of Homeland Security

We are pleased to offer these amazing speaker sessions free of charge.  Thank you to our partners who help make it possible.  If you have enjoyed participating in these sessions we invite you to help support the continuation of programs like these.

Please Check Back For Future Opportunities

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Thanks to our sponsors for ongoing and prior support of our programs.