Raleigh, North Carolina—-Raleigh’s Junior Interpreter Program will start up later this month for the 2018-19 academic year.
The program is designed for kids ages 9 to 13 who love history. It will start with the meeting that will take place on September 15 from 10 a.m. to noon at COR Museum located at 220 Fayetteville Street.
The program actively engages Raleigh’s young citizens. According to the program’s description, the program will give young citizens the opportunity to raise their appreciation for local history through practical experience, field trips, and volunteering.
This will inspire the community to actively participate in the initiatives taken by the program.
Raleigh Kids Who Love History May Enjoy the Junior Interpreter Program
According to the description of the program for Raleigh’s kids, this will become an opportunity to participate in Raleigh history through places such as the City of Raleigh Museum, Mordecai Historic Park, Oakwood Cemetery and local organizations. The kids in the program will learn a ton about Raleigh, North Carolina as a whole, and the whole region of the U.S.
The program will not charge any fees for participants. The meeting in a group takes place once a month, on Saturday. During the meeting, they offer opportunities to volunteer at special events all year around.