AmeriTowne On the Road introduction

Young AmeriTowne On the Road

Expanding the Reach of AmeriTowne

On the Road brings our flagship educational program, Young AmeriTowne, to small schools and rural communities outside the Denver metro area.  The program uses the same curriculum and culminating experience as our “classic” locations in Denver and Belmar.  Students study a 6-8 week curriculum at school, taught by their teachers, before running their own Towne for a day.  The intimate AmeriTowne experience occupies a local community center or business and features nine shops.  AmeriTowne On the Road is perfect for school groups with 25-60 students.

5th Grade Teachers, Needham Elementary, Durango

Ameritowne On the Road ignited an enthusiasm for real-life skills that my students hadn’t been exposed to within their regular classroom setting. Students were excited to challenge themselves, and scarcely realized they were learning. I highly recommend this program to other educators as a “rite of passage” for 5th grade students.

Next Steps

  • Read more about the award-winning Young AmeriTowne program.
  • See where AmeriTowne On the Road is headed next.
  • Register your school group in six, easy steps.
  • Plan your visit.
  • Find answers to commonly asked questions.
  • Make a payment for a school that has reserved a date.
  • Contact us for more information.

Director, AmeriTowne On the Road

Chris O’Reilly
coreilly@yacenter.org
303-320-3214

Director, AmeriTowne On the Road – Denver

Susan Stenhaug
sstenhaug@yacenter.org
303-320-3242

On the Road Sponsors

$40,000 & Above

 
CoBank
KeyBank
 

$10,000 - $39,999

 
Anonymous
 

$5,000 - $9,999

Alpine Bank

El Pomar Foundation

The Halstedt Family Donor Advised Fund

Legacy Bank

Northstar Commercial Partners

OtterCares Foundation

$1,000 - $4,999

Bank of Colorado – Grand Junction and Durango

John G. Duncan Charitable Trust

Vantiv

Vectra Bank Colorado

U.S. Bank