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9/11: Day of Service Virtual Field Trip

Strengthening Our World Together, One Good Deed at a Time.
Premiering September 7, 2021 at 1pm ET

Virtual Field TripHonoring the 20th Anniversary of 9/11

Empower a young generation to commemorate the 20th anniversary of September, 11, 2001 as a day of unity and commitment to the greater good with this uplifting virtual journey centered in NYC, hosted by the TODAY Show’s Jenna Bush Hager. Students born after 9/11 will discover the many powerful ways good deeds can be used to pay tribute to the past and help build a better future.

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Washington DC Map with six landmarks

Meet Our Subject Matter Experts

REMEMBERING A TRAGEDY

Jay Winuk
Executive Vice President and Co-Founder of the September 11 National Day of Service and Remembrance

TOGETHER WE RISE

Terri Tobin
Chief of Interagency Operations for the New York City Police Department

THE GREATER GOOD

Hillary O’Neill
College Student Born on September 11, 2001

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9/11: Day of Service Virtual Field Trip

Find positive ways to engage students in discussion around the complexity of 9/11 with this dynamic virtual experience. Students will learn how to take part in civic engagement in their own communities, and meet three subject matter experts who offer diverse insight into the value of service and community.

9/11 Day of Service Resources for Educators and Students

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Virtual Field Trip Educator Guide

Get students prepared for the Virtual Field Trip with a collaborative activity that brings to life the power of civic engagement locally and nationally. A post-viewing activity lets students reflect, share, then start planning their own good deed goals.

Educator Guide

Resources

9/11 Resources Available in Discovery Education

Access curated content that gives today’s young people an understanding of the impact of events that took place on September 11, 2001, a day that has become an important part of our nation’s history. Explore a variety of hands-on activities, videos, and additional resources all organized by grade.

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