We are currently seeking applicants and community partners for upcoming opportunities.
|When Filled – 100 Faces of War|
|Apr 2, 2018 – Museum on Main Street|
|Apr 6, 2018 – Civil War Teacher Workshop|
|June 29, 2018 – Speaker Series|
|May 18, 2018 – Community Project Grants|
|July 20, 2018 – Community Project Grants|
This summer, the Florida Humanities Council is supporting workshop opportunities for educators. Our content-rich programs allow participants to immerse themselves in interesting locations around the state. Reward yourself and renew your passion for the classroom with an FHC seminar. Learn more.
Humanities Make A Difference
Impact in Florida communities
Our work 2016-2017:
135,382 visitors to Smithsonian Institution "Museum on Main Street" exhibits in 15 small towns
60,000 FORUM magazines reached more than 150,000 readers
23,471 students participated in Poetry Out Loud competition statewide
6,637 people attended reading and discussion programs in public libraries
615 teachers and students attended seminars on topics ranging from Florida Agriculture
to St. Augustine's rich history.
Bringing Floridians Together