Past Student Projects
Working towards her goal of becoming a museum educator, Kailey worked with a group of students in an afterschool heritage program at the Reach. The project, called History Minutes, required students to research, script, and create one-minute vingettes. Some of these vignettes can be viewed on the Abbotsford News website.
How did this project benefit Kailey? Click here to open a larger version of the image below and read her response.
Dian wanted to apply the skills she had acquired studying History in a 'real world' setting. People of the Valley: Japanese and Mennonite Communities in Abbotsford resulted from a compilation of interviews, photographs, and articles taken from people right in our community. The project was presented as part of an exhibition at the Reach with information permanently added to the gallery website.
What did Dian find the most rewarding? Click here to open a larger version of the image and read her response.