An inside look at past group tours and special visits
Spanish Table, a NY Local Expatriate Spouse Association, visited Taking Action for a tour.
4th - 8th graders from Windmill Montessori visited Taking Action for a tour.
Kindergarten - 4th Graders from Brooklyn Apple Academy visit Taking Action for a tour.
6th - 8th graders from Hamilton Park Montessori visited Taking Action for a tour.
Øregård Gymnasium is an upper secondary school in the Hellerup district of Gentofte Municipality in the northern suburbs of Copenhagen, Denmark. They visited Taking Action for a tour during their trip to New York!
7th and 8th grade students from Manhattan Country Day School visited Taking Action for a tour.
The Childrens Museum of Arts came to Taking Action as part of their documentary filmmaking workshop. The children created a documentary that included footage of Taking Action as well as interviews with the high school docents and exhibition hosts. On the final day of the workshop, parents were invited to view the documentary at Taking Action.
A group of 7-10 year olds from Kids Talk Science, an after school program based in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, visited Taking Action for a tour. The program encourages an environment where children have fun while learning, questioning, debating and expressing their thoughts creatively.
Members of the Hebrew Academy For Special Children, which is a non-profit agency in New York City providing a wide range of supportive services to children with special needs, came to Taking Action for a tour led by our high school docents.
Interns from the Bronx Zoo came to Taking Action for a tour led by our high school docents.
The NYC Mayor’s Office of Climate Policy and Programs, which leads New York City’s fight against climate change and manages OneNYC 2050, New York City’s Green New Deal, visited Taking Action for a tour.
High school students in an Environmental Science course at New York University’s Summer Institute toured the exhibition alongside their professor, climatologist Sonali McDermid.
A sixth-grade class toured the exhibition alongside their two teachers.
Forty-five international students from Columbia University’s ESL Program toured the exhibition and participated in a discussion on international climate change.
Interns and staff from the Natural Resources Defence Council toured the exhibition with Nathanael Greene.
High school students with the Wildlife Conservation Society toured the exhibition.
Twenty elementary school children toured the exhibition with the Bronx Science Climate Change Institute.
Students with the New York Times School UN lead by Danielle Zach toured the exhibition.