9/11 Classroom Speaker Series
The Friends of Flight 93 9/11 Classroom Speaker Series is an interactive video presentation program that connects students with Flight 93 family members, first responders, and 9/11 community members to ask them questions about a day they were not alive to witness.
Today’s youth have no memory of September 11, 2001, the day that changed America forever. Twenty million young Americans were born after the 9/11 attacks and are too young to remember the horrific events of that fateful day. This program helps ensure that the youth of today learn how 9/11 changed history and how Flight 93 National Memorial will forever honor the passengers and crew of Flight 93 in the heart of Pennsylvania.
Flight 93 National Memorial offers free state-of-the-art distance learning programs for classrooms, senior centers and adult learning institutions. Designed for the virtual education of students and groups not physically in a classroom, distance learning allows rangers to reach audiences beyond the marble and granite at the Memorial. Programs are conducted via videoconferencing platforms, such as Zoom and MS Teams.
To participate, visit Distance Learning - Flight 93 National Memorial (U.S. National Park Service) (nps.gov).
Programs are regularly offered mid-January through mid-March, Monday - Friday:
- 9:00 am - 4:00 pm (Eastern Time)
- See below for program descriptions
- Programs can be scheduled outside of season with advance reservations
- Community outreach programming for adult audiences and special requests are handled on a case by case basis