Science and Technology Field Trips, Resources, and Handouts

Education Initiative – Mission

As a National Historic Landmark, inspire people, particularly children, to learn and appreciate science and history that has impacted their daily lives



  • Existing InfoAge capabilities
  • Target audiences
  • Path Forward
  • Benefit to InfoAge
  • Benefit to Educators
  • Challenges – Action Items


Existing InfoAge Capabilities

  • Passive Museum Displays –
    • Artifacts – Displays of important technological developments from 1914 to present day
  • History – The story of Camp Evans and its impact on our nation’s well being
  • Interactive Museum Displays –
    • One-on-one and group interactions with museum historians
    • Hands-on displays
  • Formal Presentations –
    • Speaker’s Bureau Presentations – Fifty presentations that are offered on-site or remotely (virtual)
    • InfoAge Space Exploration Center (ISEC)
    • InfoAge Lecture Series – Invited guests
  • Classroom and Laboratory Space – Space Camp and Camp Invention


Target Audiences

  • Elementary School STEM Programs – Asbury Park
  • Middle School STEM programs – New Hanover
  • High School STEM programs – Manasquan, Neptune, Jackson, Freehold, Ilan
  • Home School STEM programs – Camp WOW
  • Boy/Girl Scouts Merit Badges/Advancement
  • Colleges and Universities – Princeton, Rensselaer Polytech., Yale, Brookdale Community College


Path Forward

  • Expand Interactions with local schools
  • Build on existing platforms
  • Add programs to address science/technology areas not currently available on-site
  • Recruit young people to become part of InfoAge


Benefit to InfoAge

  • Fulfillment of InfoAge Mission
  • Educating the public
  • Improving Public Relations
  • Ensuring Sustainability


Benefit to Educators

  • Compliment/supplement curricula
  • Provide historian/docent experiences
  • Hands-on knowledge
  • Student programs to enhance preparation for college – STEM


Challenges – Action Items

  • Development and tracking of Projects –
    • Project plan format – deliverables
  • Attracting individuals and groups to InfoAge
    • School and Scouts contacts
  • Managing the interface with perspective participants
    • More face-to-face interactions
  • Attracting appropriate staff to deliver
  • Attracting seed funding



  • Improve Contacts with:
    • Monmouth College – Melissa Ziobro (Adj. Professor, Public History)
    • Brookdale – Daniel Lopez (STEM Institute)
    • Princeton – Dan Marlow (Professor, Physics)
    • Wall High School
    • Others – Manasquan High School
  • Identify students
    • Train as historians
    • Create museum displays/presentations
    • Modernize displays
    • Bring new technologies to museum


More resources and information will be available as they are developed.

10 July 2023 July 10 - July 14
InfoAge Lounge – Main Building, 2201 Marconi Road
Wall, 07719 United States
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WEEK 1 Session   Camp Invention® is coming to InfoAge: Science and History Museum in Wall, NJ. In partnership with the National Inventors Hall of Fame®, InfoAge is excited to […]

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17 July 2023 July 17 - July 21
InfoAge Science & History Museums, 2201 Marconi Road
Wall, NJ 07719
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Week 2 Session Camp Invention® is coming to InfoAge: Science and History Museum in Wall, NJ. In partnership with the National Inventors Hall of Fame®, InfoAge is excited to offer […]

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24 July 2023 July 24 - July 28
ISEC, 2300 Marconi Road
Wall Township, 07719 United States
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SPACE WEEK Summer 2023 Program InfoAge Science & History Museums Space Exploration Center 2300 Marconi Road, Wall NJ July 24-28, 2023 9AM to 3PM Ages 11-14 $199 per child Register […]

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2201 Marconi Road
Wall, NJ 07719

Tel: 732-280-3000