Thursday, December 16, 2010

Your ideas are asked for at the Edward M Kennedy Institute

Senator Kennedy had a vision for the EMK Institute.

He hoped it would be a living, breathing and constantly evolving center that would reflect his passion for education, history and civic engagement -- and above all, his incredible love of the United States Senate. Senator Kennedy wanted a dynamic learning institution that would teach all visitors, especially young people, about how our Government works.

But it's not just Senator Kennedy's vision that is leading the EMK Institute. It's only fitting, as we build an Institute dedicated to educating people about our Government, that your ideas, thoughts and feedback help guide our planning. We want to hear from you.

What's your vision for the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United State Senate? What would you like to see there? What do you hope it will accomplish?

Send us your vision now:

2010 has been an incredible year for the EMK Institute. We hired world-renowned architect Rafael Viñoly to design the roughly 40,000 square-foot building, which will stand next to the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library in Boston.

Construction plans are near completion, and we are breaking ground this spring.

While the architectural plans are being put into motion, what will be inside the Institute is still in development. You can play a crucial part in the process -- what's your vision for the Edward M. Kennedy Institute?

Thanks for your support in 2010, and your continued support for a groundbreaking 2011.
Peter Meade

President and CEO

The Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate

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