Citizenship Project Survey
In planning for the future, the museum is considering providing classes for people preparing to become United States citizens. To become a citizen, a person studies 100 questions that covers civics and history. They will be asked 10 of these questions during the naturalization process and must answer 6 correctly. The classes provided by the museum will use the museum collection, images, and documents that connect to the 100 questions and help people prepare for the exam. Before the museum develops the program, staff wants to see if there is a need in our community.
To assess this need, the museum partnered with students at Northridge High School to create a survey. An online version of this survey can be found here. The information gathered will be only used to see if this program will move to the next phase of development.