Our volunteers have been hosting elementary, high school, and college students now that we are back in person. Nursing students, dental techs, and STEM classes have been learning about the history of public health, important breakthroughs, and significant contributors to the field. Learn how Tewksbury teachers partnered with the Lemelson-MIT Program to develop a STEM-based visit to the museum. Our volunteers hosted the entire 5th and 6th grades through the whole month of November. Contact the museum about scheduling your group for a tour!
South Shore Regional Vocational Technical High School, Hanover, MA
John F. Ryan Elementary School, Tewksbury, MA
Essex North Shore Agricultural & Technical School,
Danvers, MA

Your gift shop purchases help fund our mission. Coffee mugs, tshirts, magnets, and books are all available. We're moving to a cashless model so credit/debit is appreciated when you visit.
Outbreak! coordinator Teri Clover was featured in this month's Region 7 member update in the Network of the National Library of Medicine's blog. We are grateful for National Library of Medicine (NLM) support of the program! Read about Teri and her path to a career in public health.

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