History in the First Person: Being a Change Agent

What does it mean to be a “change agent?” What skills and talents would serve you well as you seek to make a difference in your community? Learn from students and adults making a difference in the St. Louis area and apply lessons they have learned to your own work. Consider your role as a change agent. Be inspired. Share your inspiration. Make a difference. To obtain more details about the program including related curriculum standards, program objectives, a time-coded program agenda, related learning activities, and additional video and web resources related to the program, click on the Educational Materials tab. This program was produced in collaboration with EducationPlus Gateway2Change.

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History in the First Person: Being a Change Agent

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Date: April 18, 2015 Time: 10:00am