Museum Education

Image of Museum Education interns with the tree tags they developed to promote tree car and awareness.

Museum Education

Museum Education interns research and create interactive, interdisciplinary learning experiences in the UC Davis Arboretum and Public Garden — an outdoor, living museum encompassing our historic 100-plus-acre Arboretum, our main campus outdoor spaces and the Putah Creek Riparian Reserve.

Focused on making the UC Davis Arboretum and Public Garden accessible to visitors of all ages, students collaborate with campus and community partners to create educational signage, tours and programs. Interns have the opportunity to engage with the natural environment and gain skills in visitor studies and informal education, while learning strategies required to communicate educational content in an outdoor museum.

Quarters: Year Long—Fall through Spring
Schedule: Interns attend weekly meetings (1.5-2 hours) as well as 1-2 weekend programs each month
Units: 1-2 units

Pollinator Discovery Day Tour