A SUMMER LEARNING EXPERIENCE UNLIKE ANY OTHER
The National WWII Museum in New Orleans offers college students and high school juniors and seniors the opportunity to study the history of World War II with the aim of exploring leadership lessons from one of the most important periods in world history.
This six-night, seven-day program immerses students in the Museum's wealth of exhibits, artifacts, images and documents with structured Leadership Lesson Debates along the way. Students will feel what it is like to be a member of a five-man crew inside a Sherman Tank, inspect the flight logs of a bomber pilot and handle the gear of an infantryman in WWII. Students will continually revisit the theme of "what it means today," relating the lessons of WWII to their own lives and the world around them.
College credit option administered by Nicholls State University, Thibodaux, Louisiana, an accredited regional university.