Education at UHHM

Featured Curriculum: The Last Poets

To celebrate The Last Poets 50th anniversary of their debut self-titled album, the Education Center has produced an Instructional Resource Guide for grades 6-12.

About Education at UHHM

The Universal Hip Hop Museum provides educational programming for New York City youth and young adults.

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Educational Programming

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Educational Programming

Our Hip Hop historians are available to provide guided Museum tours of our exhibits.

From virtual exhibits and field trips to artist talk and online classes, you will find programming for all ages.

Calling NYC youth, sign up for our summer camps with the NY Public Library, Bronx Learning Center, and other community partners.

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Partner With Us

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Partner With Us

Resource Library

The Education Center offers resources for teachers and students to learn and teach Hip Hop history. 

Click here for more information

Virtual Exhibit

Through our partnership with Google Arts and Culture, our Junior Curatorial Team curated a virtual exhibit to celebrate Black History Month with pieces from the [R]Evoltion of Hip Hop Exhibit.

Educational Guides

Our amazing Education Committee develop educational resource guides and lesson plans that celebrate Hip Hop history and culture. 

Historical Timelines

Use our multimedia timelines to research and study Hip Hop history. We even have a lesson to create your own timeline!

Fresh, Bold & So Def Women in Hip Hop

The Universal Hip Hop Museum is passing the mic to the women repping the culture as part of year-round programming.

Student Ambassador

Are you interested in gaining professional skills and experience Interning at a museum? The UHHM Youth Ambassadors Program is available for students enrolled in college or recently graduated. Available internships are filled on a rolling basis.

Apply Today!

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