The Citizenship Project is a major initiative to help the thousands of immigrants in Indiana who are eligible for U.S. citizenship each year. Through this free civics and history program, the Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site offers a unique avenue for addressing the growing demand of naturalization applications. By using art and objects to put American history in context, The Citizenship Project creates a personal and dynamic educational experience beyond pure memorization.
FREE CLASSES FOR GREEN CARD HOLDERS
Led by our expert museum educators, civics and history classes are available to help green card holders prepare for the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services naturalization exam. Through this specially designed six-week program at the Presidential Site, participants learn about pivotal moments in U.S. history by examining objects and documents from our collections.
REGISTER TODAY FOR THE NOV. 2 TO DEC. 16 SESSION!
CAN’T MAKE IT THIS WINTER? 2022 SPRING DATES TO BE ANNOUNCED.
Due to a generous anonymous gift, there is no charge for participation, but registration is capped at 20 participants.
To learn more about this 6 week program that takes place twice a week contact our Education Department at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 317.631.1888.
The Citizenship Project is a free educational program by the Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site in conjunction with the New York Historical Society helping prospective U.S. citizens learn more about the American system of self-government.
“The flag cannot stand for the benevolent policies of an administration. It stands for more permanent things — for things that changing administrations have no power to change.” Benjamin Harrison
Share the life stories, arts and culture of your 23rd President
Renew your membership with us.
Support a legacy.
Due to inclement weather, the Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site will be closed for tours on Wednesday, January 25, 2023.
Thank you for being an important part of the Presidential Site and sharing a legacy in action!