Recorded Webinar: Managing Field Trips (Sponsored by Explorable Places)

Recorded On: 10/06/2022

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Managing Field Trips with Explorable Places Logo

Webinar Description

Register for a free webinar sponsored and presented by Explorable Places. Meg Davis, founder and CEO, will show participants how to use the Explorable Places platform to manage field trips at their site.

Suddenly finding yourself scheduling field trips and birthday parties again? Over the last two years, museum staff have done an incredible job facilitating experiences for students who couldn’t always come through the doors. With groups coming back, how will you manage all the different hats you need to wear? 

In this webinar, we will offer strategies and solutions for growing your in person offerings while maintaining the virtual programs you developed over the last few years. We will cover common challenges including outreach, marketing and scheduling programs in ways that increase engagement and save time. 


RECORDED DATE: October 6, 2022

COST: FREE; This webinar is being provided for free to all thanks to a sponsorship by Explorable Places.

ACCESS: You will be provided with instructions on how to access the recording upon registration.

How to Register

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Meg Davis


Explorable Places


Meg Davis is the founder of Explorable Places, a platform that makes it easy for cultural institutions to manage school programs- onsite, off site and virtual. She has 15 years of education experience in public schools and informal education environments, and is a passionate advocate of community based education. Meg holds her MS in childhood education from Hunter College and a BA in American Studies from Bates College. 

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