Always striving to offer the most comprehensive experience possible, the Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum has partnered with several organizations. These partnerships allow us to expand our educational reach and offer exciting new programs, while also making a valuable contribution to our community.
Our partnership with McMinnville High School provides hands-on educational opportunities to their Engineering and Aerospace Sciences Academy, while our partnership with Chemeketa Community College enhances their current offerings. We also offer exciting programs in conjunction with the Civil Air Patrol and the FIRST Lego League Robotics Competition.
The Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum and the Civil Air Patrol (CAP) have a proud history of working together. From helping to escort the “Spruce Goose” to the Museum along Highway 18 in 1993, to presenting the color guard at special events, the CAP has been an active participant in the Museum’s history. The Museum serves as headquarters for the local squadron and is a partner and host to the annual MKS Aviation Business Academy, a National Cadet Special Activity. The founder and CEO of Evergreen International Aviation, Inc. was an Honorary Member of the CAP, and both staff and volunteers are members of the McMinnville Squadron.
Below are just a few of the events and activities available at Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum, as well as some of our joint programs:
Other CAP opportunities and programs:
For more information about CAP and the Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum, please contact an Education Coordinator at 503-434-4185, or email@example.com.
The Museum has partnered with FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) LEGO League to promote a passion for science and technology in students. The program is a world-wide challenge involving kids from ages six to 18. The Museum is a host to FLL events such as qualifying and national tournaments. Visit the FIRST LEGO League website here.
The Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum is proud to provide a home for McMinnville High School’s Engineering and Aerospace Sciences Academy (EASA).
EASA is a specialized program that offers a unique opportunity for hands-on learning in engineering and aerospace science. Actual engineers and technicians serve as resources for student research, provide lectures, and work with students on a variety of real and simulated technical problems and projects. Through this program, students gain the technical knowledge and skills required to become problem solvers able to thrive in the real world.
For more information, please visit the McMinnville High School’s website here.