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The Explainers (Clip)
Date: December 10, 2010
Running Time: 00:05:49

The High School Explainer Program is one of the most exciting programs at the Exploratorium. It focuses on high school-aged students in the San Francisco Bay Area and around the world. High School Explainers are in charge of running the Exploratorium's many demonstrations, finding lost kids, opening and closing the museum, answering basic questions, and interpreting exhibits to the public, and much much more. The Program accepts applications three times per year, on January 1st, May 1st, and September 1st. To apply, call our office 1 (415) 561-0344. For more information on the Exploratorium's High School Explainer Program, visit our website at: http://www.exploratorium.edu/programs/explainer or feel free to call our office at 1 (415) 561-0344.
The Exploratorium Explainers are made up of two different groups, the Field Trip Explainers and the High School Explainers. The Field Trip Explainers are a group of experienced educators who love working with kids. The High School Explainers are students from the Bay Area and from around the world who come together to participate in a teaching and learning experience at the museum. Both groups work to support, inspire, and empower the Exploratorium visitors.

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