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Noah Rauch Senior Vice President, Education & Public Programs National September 11 Memorial & Museum

Noah Rauch is the Senior Vice President for Education & Public Programs at the 9/11 Memorial Museum, where he oversees the educational, interpretive, civic training, and public programs for the institution. Previously, he managed grants as Project Coordinator for the Center for Informal Learning and Schools at the Exploratorium, worked as an Educator at the Natural History Museum in Los Angeles and Zeum, an arts and technology museum in San Francisco, and was a School, Youth, and Family Programs Intern Educator at the Brooklyn Museum of Art. He received an Ed.M in Arts-in-Education from the Harvard Graduate School of Education and a BA in American Studies from Wesleyan University. He has been to all 50 states.  

Thursday, March 28, 2019

Early Childhood + Outdoor Education Peer Group Meeting

Where: Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy Environmental Education Center
111 Plymouth St
Brooklyn, NY

When:5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

Science, Nature + Outdoor Programming for Young Children

Make way for Spring! Join us for a tour and conversation about science, nature, and outdoor programming in early childhood at Brooklyn Bridge Park, co-hosted by NYCMER peer groups for Early Childhood and Outdoor Education.


Education Coordinator Lhana Ormenyi and Lead Environmental Educator Christina Tobitsch will introduce the onsite Environmental Education Center, providing opportunities for hands-on learning for young children through classes and drop-in open hours for families.  


We will explore the implementation of place-based education, inviting attendees to share their own experiences with program development, related challenges, and potential goals.


Please RSVP to Early Childhood Peer Group Coordinator, Laura Kujo (

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