George C. Marshall and the European Recovery Program: A Workshop, July 19-23, 2010
The George C. Marshall International Center's showcase education program, the Marshall Immersion Workshop promises a most exciting professional and collegial experience for high school level American and World history teachers, or social studies supervisors. All expenses are paid, including transportation during the workshop, lodging, and meals. Participants receive a $200 stipend, free materials, and re-certification points.
The workshop focuses on the far-reaching impact of the European Recovery Program (ERP), known to the world as the Marshall Plan. The week-long program takes place at Marshall's museum home in Leesburg, VA, the United States Department of State in Washington, DC, and the Marshall Museum and Library Archives in Lexington, VA. For more information and/or an application, visit the Center's website at www.georgecmarshall.org. The dealine for applications is May 10th.