Michael Adams
Faculty

Museum Studies (MA)

Museum Education Co-Program Leader

Mike Adams serves as Director of Education at the National Constitution Center where he oversees educator outreach and professional development programs, the creation of instructional resources, design and assessment of student workshops, and other key educational initiatives. He holds an M.S. of Education and a B.S. of Secondary Education Social Studies from Temple University. Before joining the Center, Mike served as Education Coordinator at Historic Philadelphia, Inc. where he developed site-based, student programming incorporating interactive storytelling and first-person historical interpretation. In addition to his work at the Center, Mike currently serves as President of Philadelphia’s Historic Neighborhood Consortium, Co-chair of the Young Friends of Independence National Historical Park, and At-large Board Member of the Museum Council of Greater Philadelphia. In 2017, Mike was named by Billy Penn news as one of Philadelphia’s “40 under 40” for his work in promoting tourism in the city’s historic district.

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