Discover ways to engage your learners with out-of-school time programming.
Bring an experienced Museum educator to your school and upgrade your out-of-school time programming in an exciting and engaging way through this 6-lesson program.
(Teenagers Exploring and Explaining Nature and Science) is an out-of school time program for Chicago high school students to explore nature in the city, learn about college and career paths in natural science fields, and participate in hands-on scientific environmental investigations.
Our unique day camp sessions give campers the opportunity to develop new friendships while building social and science skills through interactive experiences with museum collections, live animal critter connections, and the natural world.
Monarch Clubs is a multidimensional initiative that fosters collaboration with educators, youth, and community leaders to increase awareness and interest surrounding monarch biology, pollinator ecology, and related conservation efforts.
Support your students’ nature and science learning through workshops, online and in-person resources, and more.
The Nature Museum offers a variety of workshops for active scout groups which utilize the Museum’s collections and outdoor exhibitions.