The Hip-Hop Education Center at the Universal Hip Hop Museum catalyzes social change by informing and influencing the field of education to be more equitable, inclusive and culturally responsive to students through professional and leadership development,  an international Hip Hop Education Think and Do Tank, and archiving, and preservation symposium.

Our Mission

The mission of the UHHM’s Education Department is to serve K-12 schools, institutions of higher education, and community building organizations through the development, advancement, and access of archives, exhibitions, and Hip Hop-based education.  

The Universal Hip Hop Museum (UHHM) offers the community a variety of educational activities and resources including guided exhibition tours, film screenings, talks, workshops, and lesson plans. The Education Department works with the Curatorial Team, Archives and Collections Department, and Visitor Services to provide patrons with a pleasant meaningful interactive experience.

Resources

Education Guide

This education guide is designed to bring structure to middle school and high school class trips, while also providing ways to prepare for the visit and continue teaching and learning beyond the visit.

Download the Education Guide

Student Ambassador Program

Join a community of interns to gain work readiness skills and learn about museum practices.The UHHM Student Ambassador Internship Program is available to undergraduate and graduate students on a rolling basis.

Download the Student Ambassador Packet

Educational Programming

Coming Soon!

Timelines

Explore the global evolution of hip hop through the rappers, fashion, poetry, stories, images, music, innovative dance styles, street art and the culture that defined hip hop’s history.

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Partners