Bridging Borders is a 9-week fellowship designed specifically for teenage girls in Pueblo County. This project enables participating teens to reconnect with the stories, knowledge and practices of women who helped to build our community. With hands-on workshops taught by regional scholars, the fellowship nurtures a sense of place and a sense of history that form the roots of strong self-identity.
Online exhibits make Colorado history come alive through creative presentation of authentic artifacts, historical images, and audio-visual materials. Interactive and social media components provide forums for conversation relating past themes and issues to contemporary life.
Complete a series of online activities to earn Digital Badges for your Mozilla Backpack. More resources for teachers are below.
History education has the power to transform lives and strengthen communities. During these challenging times, History Colorado offers a variety of engaging in-person and online learning opportunities for all ages. Aligned to academic standards and anchored in meaningful discourse, virtual field trips, rentable programs, and other digital resources provide school students with rich primary sources and critical thinking wherever they learn.