War in the Pacific National Historical Park Selected for Teacher Ranger Teacher Program


Teachers and the war in the pacific national historic park will now be able to participate in the Teacher Ranger Teacher program

This summer, K-12 grade teachers are invited to apply in the Teacher Ranger Teacher program and joining them will be War in the Pacific National Historical Park.

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.

Teachers will be working with park rangers to spend approximately 240 hours
developing lesson plans with a virtual component for local and off-island students while completing three graduate credit hours for coursework in Experiential Learning online.

The program will begin mid-June and will be offered in one of two cohorts: June 12 – July 30 or July 10 – August 20.

Once completed teachers will receive a $3,000 stipend from the University of Colorado, Denver who is in partnership with NPS to achieve the credits available.

Some of the work for this program will be completed remotely and the selected teacher must have access to a computer and internet.

The deadline to apply will be next week thursday – May 19th… To apply please send a statement of interest with your resume to Park Ranger Daniel Brown at dabrown@nps.gov and include “Teacher Ranger Teacher” in the email subject line.