The Heller Foundation Seminar Series (HFSS) offers Chicago-area teachers the opportunity to participate in engaging, content-based seminars with local scholars and their peers. HFSS connects teachers with current scholarship and primary sources. Upcoming seminars will focus on engaging in history through art
Heller Foundation seminars are held at the Newberry from 9 am to 2:30 pm unless otherwise indicated. Seminars include a show and tell component featuring relevant primary source materials from the Newberry’s collection. Participants earn five CPDU credit hours for attending a Heller Foundation seminar.
Registration for a Heller Foundation seminar is free and open to all K–12 teachers in the Chicago area. Registrations are filled on a first-come, first-served basis.
The Newberry is grateful to the Walter E. Heller Foundation for its generous support of HFSS and for providing classroom resources for seminar participants.
For more information about the Heller Foundation Seminar Series, please contact Teacher Programs Staff.