The Carter Library is committed to providing access to quality programming for Senior Community groups and organizations. Our Education staff offers flexibility to deliver onsite or distance learning programming tailored to senior communities on a variety of topics related to the Carter Presidency, American Civics and Government, and the Mission, Vision and Values of the National Archives and Records Administration. Popular topics include, but are not limited to:
- Jimmy Carter, Alaska & the Antiquities Act
- The Camp David Accords
- The Energy Crisis
- The Extraordinary Life of Jimmy Carter
- The Extraordinary Life of Rosalynn Carter
- Gender Equality & The Carter Administration
- Hostage Crisis in Iran
All remote programming is free of charge, with discounted admission rate of $10/person for onsite programs. A minimum of 10 participants are required for consideration. The Library is able to host remote programs on Zoom but can be flexible to present as co-host on a platform preferred by requestors.
To schedule a Senior Community Engagement Program or to obtain further details, contact our Education staff at email@example.com.