The Clinton Presidential Library offers a variety of in-person and virtual educational experiences for elementary, middle, and high school classes for 10 or more students in the same grade. In addition, the library provides in-person and virtual professional development workshops for educators. All programs for students and teachers are free. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter for updates. Visit our support partner, the Clinton Foundation to learn about additional in-person and virtual opportunities for students and teachers. Educational Programs (Click on the program title to schedule your experience and view information about accessibility accommodations) The Constitution Rules! Virtual Educational Program 30 minutes In this program, students will explore the idea of different responsibilities in their community and analyze images that highlight the jobs of the three branches of government as outlined in the Constitution. Make Your Voice Count: Learning About the First Amendment Virtual Educational Program 30 minutes During this interactive civics program, students will explore the First Amendment in the Bill of Rights using primary historical sources to learn about the importance of rights and how to exercise their freedoms. President Clinton delivers the State of the Union Address Mini-Presidential Tour In-person and Virtual Educational Program 30 minutes The Mini-Presidential Tour is designed specifically for our youngest visitors. Pre-K - 2nd grade students. Two versions of the program are available. In the National Symbols program, students identify everyday symbols, explore the significance of national symbols, and play a matching game to test their knowledge. In the Celebrations at the White House program, students White House holiday traditions by viewing objects used during the celebrations – including a crystal shamrock bowl, wooden Easter eggs, and a handcrafted menorah. Image Memorable Menus and Music Tour In-person Educational Program 30 minutes Part of the president’s job is to create and improve relationships with other countries and their leaders. One way presidents do that is by inviting foreign leaders to the White House for state visits. The president relies on the White House staff to create memorable state visits. Every detail, from the food to the entertainment, is designed to make visiting leaders from foreign countries feel welcome at the event. This interactive tour will introduce students to key concepts related to diplomacy – talking and working together – then challenge them to match menus and music to state events from the Clinton administration. This tour is for the “Be Our Guest” exhibition, which explores some of the memorable diplomatic visits hosted by President Bill Clinton and then-First Lady Hillary Clinton.