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Education programs at Intrepid

Private Virtual Programs now available!

Museum educators tailor private programs to the schedule requirements of individual classes and groups as needed. Private programs allow for flexibility in date and time choice for teachers and group leaders scheduling virtual learning programs. Please complete the Education Program Request Form and a member of our Group Sales team will assist your reservation. A $75 fee applies; however, programs are offered at no cost to qualifying Title 1 schools, New York City schools and Community Groups.

Welcome Aboard! Highlights of the Intrepid Museum (All Ages)

An educator will take your group on a virtual tour of the Intrepid Museum, where participants will learn about the history of the ship and the crew who served from 1943-1974. All programs are adjusted to be age appropriate and will vary according to the audience.​ For more information and to register, please complete the Education Program Request Formand a member of our Group Sales team will assist you..

Free Drop-In Programs for K-12 School Groups

Join Intrepid Museum Educators online as they lead live, 45-minute, thematic virtual education programs. Program selection rotates weekly. Participants must have internet access and a device with the ability to connect to a Zoom meeting. Advance registration is required to receive Zoom login information and link. For more information and to register, visit the virtual education programs page.

Virtual Intrepid Adventure Programs

Join an Intrepid Museum Educator each week as we explore history, science and ingenuity online together. Virtual Intrepid Adventure Programs are family-friendly and engage all ages. We request that adults participate in the program with their children. Programs run between 45 minutes and one hour. Advance registration for this drop-in online program is required to receive Zoom information and print-at-home materials when necessary. Please visit the Intrepid Adventures page for the upcoming programs schedule.

For more activities and resources you can access any time, visit our Online Resources page.


See What Teachers Are Saying About Our Education Programs!

"I have partnered with the Intrepid educational program for many years and my students come out with a new love for science and history. The Intrepid's programming is engaging and so much fun, my students are always looking for more! This is all due to the excellent staff/Intrepid program and I feel honored to work with them."

- Teacher PS 146

"Cultured, engaging, and flexible. A mutually beneficial partnership that we are lucky to be a part of."

- Principal PS 65Q

Technical Details

Programs are delivered via Zoom. Once registered for the program, you will receive detailed instructions on how to join the program via computer or phone. You must register no less than two business days in advance to receive program instructions and materials when applicable.


For more information about our Intrepid Adventures programs, please contact:

For questions about our school programs, please contact:

For questions about accessibility or students with disabilities, please contact


The STEM Effect: An Action Agenda for Assessing the Long-term Impact of STEM Programs for Girls
The purpose of this action agenda is to identify research questions and creative solutions for the longitudinal tracking of, and measurement of outcomes for, participants in girl-focused STEM programs. Developed in collaboration with the National Girls Collaborative Project and the Education Development Center.

The STEM Effect PDF

This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. #1811155
(Division of Research on Learning).


Now more than ever, the Intrepid Museum needs your support during these unprecedented times so we may continue to honor our heroes and educate future generations. We appreciate your support.

Our education programs are designed to provide meaningful and engaging experiences that leverage the Museum’s collection—a unique resource in the study of history, science and technology—for students in and out of school, teachers, adults and families. We engage learners of all ages and abilities with the lessons of the past in order to understand the present and envision the future.

The Museum is deeply grateful to the funders that make our education programs possible:

GOALS for Girls and Teen Events are supported by:
The Arconic Foundation, Motorola Solutions Foundation, The Velaj Foundation, BNY Mellon, conEdison: Everything Matters, Craig Newmark Philanthropic Fund

Access Programs are generously supported by: ThE FAR Fund, J.F. & Z. R. Butler Foundation, The Warner Fund, The Barker Welfare Foundation

Community Engagement Programs are made possible, in part, by: National Endowment for the Humanities, Emil Buehler Perpetual Trust, Booth Ferris foundation, The Warner Fund, Northrop Grumman, Michael Tuch Foundation, Inc.

School and Teacher Programs are generously supported by: conEdision: Everything Matters, The Ambrose Monell Foundation, ISTAT, May and Samuel Rudin Family Foundation, Inc.
Aviation Science Programs are proudly supported by:


The Museum’s education programs are also supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, and the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature. NYC Cultural Affairs, New York State Council on the Arts

Veterans Programs are made possible by public funds facilitated by the Councilman Chaim Deutsch, Chair of the Committee on Veterans, in partnership with the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs. These programs are also supported by:



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