Professional Military Education (PME) & Leadership Programs
A visit to the National Museum of the Marine Corps provides guests an unparalleled opportunity to experience history from the perspective of a United States Marine.
The Education Department supports the mission of the Museum by developing educational materials
and conducting educational programs that serve military units and school houses, JROTC, Recruiting Command, first responders, teachers, corporate groups, scout troops and more.
Our Professional Military Education (PME) programs for military groups focus primarily on small unit leadership and are presented using the stories of lesser-known Marine Corps heroes. Our topics are not TLO/ELO-driven, and as such, not only encourage but also require Marines and other military personnel to engage critical thinking skills. Programs also include case studies, in-depth battle studies, a respective overview of Marine Corps history, culture and more. Programs can be tailored to meet the educational needs of myriad units/school houses.
For civilian and youth groups, our Leadership programs emphasize the relationship between United States history and Marine Corps history and focus on stories of leadership. Topics encourage the use of critical thinking skills. All programs can be customized to address a group's particular educational needs.
Programs typically last 2 hours. However, they can be adjusted to meet varied educational
content needs. Most programs take place entirely within our galleries and use teaching artifacts and
museum exhibits to enhance the overall learning experience.
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Triangle, VA 22172
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