Finding ways to share the amazing stories of those who served in WWII throughout the Pacific or here in Texas and across the country who ensured that freedom was preserved is the priority of the Education Department. Connecting this historical record with young people today enables us to remain relevant in the lives of all who live in our communities.
About the Nimitz Jr. Corps
The National Museum of the Pacific War’s Nimitz Junior Corps introduces youth to the values, innovations, and experiences of our Greatest Generation that led to victory in WWII. Through games, exhibit exploration, art, and scientific experiments, the Nimitz Junior Corps aims to create the next generation of history enthusiasts, museum stewards, and good citizens.
Nimitz Jr. Corps takes place the 3rd Saturday of each month from 1:00 - 3:00.
The museum is committed to providing innovative approaches to engaging curriculum for young people. Employing the latest digital technology our Distant Leaning program’s connection through Connect2Texas provides classrooms around the world with livestream virtual activities based on state and national standards. For those students coming to our six-acre campus, the museum offers a robust program at our STEAM Lab-based facility housed in an authentic WWII Quonset Hut. And throughout the year, our trained museum interpretive staff provide detailed guided tours of our exhibits and artifacts ensuring a valuable and productive experience.