Multi Day Seminars, Summer 2022

Weekend Seminars Return!

ByTAH Staff
On December 15, 2022

Historic locations. A supportive and engaged educator community. Free professional development. What more could you ask for?

Applications are now open for our Spring 2023 weekend seminars! We are hosting ten seminars on a variety of topics in American history and politics. The deadline to apply is December 19. This year, we will be in:

  • Austin, TX
  • Yorba Linda, CA
  • Dana Point, CA
  • Little Rock, AR
  • Dallas, TX
  • Atlanta, GA
  • Boston, MA
  • Rochester, NY
  • Springfield, IL
  • St. Louis, MO

Each Multi-Day seminar runs for three days, from Friday evening to Sunday noon, and brings together a small group of teachers from around the country. During the seminar, the teachers discuss primary documents on the seminar topic with the guidance of a scholar, who acts as the seminar leader. The seminar also includes a visit to a local historical site.

Teaching American History hosts weekend seminars at no cost to American history and government teachers. Meals, materials, double-occupancy rooms, and historical site visits are covered 100%. At the end of each course, teacher participants receive a letter of participation for 15 contact hours and a $600 stipend for travel costs or other expenses. 

For more information about our Multi-Day seminars and to see the schedule of events please click here. Ready to apply? Click here to fill out our brief application.


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