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Programs & Events
The Wall That Heals 2013 Tour Schedule
Hosting The Wall That Heals
Requesting The Wall That Heals
Sign the Guestbook
In Memory Program In Memory Day
Ceremony Information 2013
Virtual In Memory Honor Roll
In Memory Application
Ceremonies Veterans Day
Mother's Day at The Wall
Father's Day Rose Remembrance
Christmas Tree at The Wall
Planning an Event
Cruising for a Cause
Echoes From The Wall Teacher's Guide
Web sites for educators and students
The Legacy of The Wall
Teach Vietnam Teachers Network
Request for Education Materials
Remembering Vietnam My War Story - Bill Nelson
My War Story - Marsh Carter
My War Story - Nancy Sinatra
My War Story - Sen. Chuck Hagel
My War Story - Ron Nessen
- Planned Giving
Through a variety of educational initiatives, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund has been able to provide educators with the necessary tools and resources to teach students about the lasting impact of the Vietnam War.
Echoes From The Wall Teachers Guide
This teacher's guide is available free of charge to every middle and high school in America. It provides students with historical information about the Vietnam War as well as an understanding of leadership, citizenship and character.
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Many of our past conferences are available online for viewing. Please visit our webcast archive for links to these sessions.
Click on the titles to view and download these resources. More will be added througout the year!
The Memorial Fund offers teachers and students a variety of ways to get involved throughout the year.
Download the Hometown Heroes Service Learning Project: After the September 2009 launch of the National Call for Photos VVMF engaged the Veterans History Project in creating the Hometown Heroes Service Learning Project to collect photos and stories of those on The Wall and those who returned. The photos collected through this project will be featured in The Education Center at The Wall. Download Hometown Heroes here.
Host The Wall That Heals: The Wall That Heals is a half-scale replica of the Memorial, a Museum and Information Center designed to "bring The Wall home" to communities throughout our country. Since its dedication, The Wall That Heals has visited more than 300 cities and towns throughout the nation, spreading the Memorial's healing legacy to millions.
Participate in a ceremony. The Memorial Fund holds several ceremonies throughout the year at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. These events are open to the public and we encourage school groups to attend if they're in the Washington, D.C. area. Additionally, teachers can have students create remembrances and/or cards for the Mother's Day, Father's Day and Christmas Tree ceremonies.