War Comes to Brooklyn: Green-Wood Cemetery and the Brooklyn Army Terminal | Virtual Program

PAST PROGRAM | Virtual Programs

To mark Memorial Day weekend, this virtual program will examine the connections between the residents of Green-Wood Cemetery and the Brooklyn Army Terminal. Following both World Wars, the Terminal was a principal destination for the repatriation of servicemen killed overseas, many of whom were buried in nearby Green-Wood. We will also look at the monuments of many people who built, worked, and served at the Army Terminal, as well as other important figures in the development of Brooklyn’s military and industrial waterfront over the past century.

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Green-Wood Cemetery: Visitor Engagement Training Workshop and Resources

Professional Development Workshop and Capacity-Building Resources

In the spring of 2017, Turnstile Studio was contracted by Green-Wood Cemetery to develop and conduct a customized professional development workshop for their tour guides and staff with a focus on techniques and best practices for providing an inclusive and engaging experience for all visitors. In addition to the training workshop, Turnstile’s team produced capacity-building resources for the institution, including training materials and resources for future workshops, as well as  a report with recommendations related to visitor engagement on tours of Green-Wood based on tour observations, assessment of online and printed visitor materials, and best practices across the museum and tourism fields.

Hopkins Views from the Hill: Hopkins’ Network at Work

Hopkins Views from the Hill, Fall 2017

by Judy Sirota Rosenthal and Leo Sorrel

In July 2017, Andrew Gustafson hosted a student from his high school alma mater, New Haven’s Hopkins School, as part of the school’s Job Shadow Program. Senior Andrew Roberge joined us checking in with our street vendor partners in Midtown, working in our office in the Brooklyn Navy Yard, and attending a professional development training at Green-Wood Cemetery.

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