Find your voice. Examine issues. Take responsibility. Make an impact.

Democracy needs active citizens. At the Morven Park Center for Civic Impact, we teach students of all ages the skills they need to participate, share their voice, and make an impact.

Learn About Our Civics Programs

  • K – 12
  • Youth Leadership
  • Educators

K – 12

Youth programs are the main focus of the Morven Parks Center for Civic Impact. Programs are run at Morven Park and in the classroom. These programs focus on building civic skills and the characteristics of engaged citizenship.

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Youth Leadership

Our youth leadership opportunities provide you with the support you need to take on the issues you are passionate about. We believe that you have the power to change the world around you and we will show you how to do it. What will your impact be?

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Educators are among the most important influences on a student’s civic growth. Our Educator programs help prepare teachers, administrators, and outside-of-school leaders to build and guide learning experiences that strengthen every child’s ability to reason, think critically, solve problems, and communicate.

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On the Blog

Monarchs on the Mind

Imagine being a guest instructor in front of an elementary school classroom full of energetic, enthusiastic, and often loud, young learners. Can you see the smiling faces on each wiggling student? Can you see the many hands in the air, ready to say hello and ask you questions (many that you never saw coming!)?

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The Seventh Grade Spree

It has been an exciting month for Morven Park’s Center for Civic Impact. During the past few weeks, over 1,100 Loudoun County middle school students have participated in two of our programs, learning how to critically investigate issues, make collaborative decisions, and share their ideas with their peers and schools.

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