Education Programs

Learning together, leveling the field

The Museum’s education programs, both in person and virtual, promote the values that made Yogi a national treasure — respect, excellence, perseverance and teamwork — through interdisciplinary and series programs. Our hands-on, interactive field trips for 3rd through 12th grade students weave together the following content areas:

  • Immersion 1 — Baseball & STEM
  • Immersion 2 — Poetry, Spoken Word & Yogi-isms: A Lesson in Self-Identity Through Writing and Performance
  • Immersion 3 — Discovering the Negro Leagues: Neglected Heroes in a Racist System*
  • Immersion 4 — Gender Equity: Title IX and the History of Inequity in Sports+^
  • Immersion 5 — Overwhelming Underdogs: Facing and Overcoming Obstacles^

* Amistad Law
+ LGBT and Disabilities Law
^ Diversity and Inclusion Law

Read more about our adherence to NJ Department of Education standards.


What Teachers Are Saying

“This is the best run trip I have been on during my 24 years of teaching. The presenters are professional, have a clear plan, and interact well with students. The activities were well organized and took a reasonable amount of time with little down time in between.”
– Teacher, Campbell School, Metuchen

“I have been teaching for 39 years and this was such an organized and enjoyable class trip. I am reaching out to all my principal and teacher friends encouraging them to take their classes to the Yogi Berra Museum.”
– Fourth Grade Teacher, First Ave School, Newark

“[My] students continued talking about the trip on the bus ride back to school!  They really responded well with the various hands-on activities that were offered.”
– Fifth Grade Teacher, Paterson School #28

“Our [Educators] were all engaging, had a passion for what they do, and were dedicated to what they do. That came across to the students and made the tour and program enjoyable!”
– 6th Grade Teacher, First Ave School, Newark

“Everything was fantastic!! Our guides were enthusiastic, informative and did a phenomenal job keeping the students engaged.”
– 7th Grade Teacher, Martin Luther King Middle School, Paterson

Students at the Museum mimicking various baseball player positions



In line with the values that he stood for, Yogi always meant for his museum to have an impact on all kids, regardless of their social or economic backgrounds. In support of this legacy of acceptance and inclusion, the Yogi Berra Museum & Learning Center holds a policy that no school or group will be turned away by an inability to pay for our programs. Our education programming is therefore offered at low cost for all students in grades 3-12.

For more information about fees and/or to book a trip contact:

Jenny Pollack, Education Director
Yogi Berra Museum & Learning Center
[email protected]
Museum: 973.655.2378
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