By Beth Murphy, Director of Marketing Communications
It was Alexandra Marshall’s first trip to the Museum of Science and Industry (MSI) in Chicago. It wasn’t just your average touristy trip to a museum. It was more like the 2006 movie “A Night at the Museum,” with behind-the-scenes tours and one-on-one conversations with the people who work there.
The Scecina senior and her parents spent two full days in June at the museum, which bills itself as “the largest science center in the Western Hemisphere.” This experience is a yearly opportunity available exclusively to Scecina’s seniors and juniors, thanks to James Drury, a 1960 Scecina graduate who is on the museum’s board of directors. Chosen students have an interest in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) or museum careers.... Read More