Beginning in July of 2015, Zack worked as an employee of SAIC, under contract with the National Museum of the United States Army. The museum, a public-private partnership between the Army and the not-for-profit Army Historical Foundation, will open in Fort Belvoir, Virginia in late 2019. His years as a classroom educator made him an invaluable asset to the museum's Department of Programs and Education. There, he took on a myriad of responsibilities. He collaborated with members of design teams, including project managers, engineers, fabricators, and other subcontractors to produce educational and interpretive programs for the museum. He consulted on ways to make Army-themed GSTEM learning engaging for middle and high school students, and benchmarked interactive multimedia content in local schools. He provided countless hours of editing and design feedback to programmers and designers, wrote promotional social media content, and helped design the museum's website. He documented the construction of exhibit galleries and conservation of artifacts through photos and video, and produced scripts and storyboards for the museum's fly-through film, among many other duties.
Zack is an NAI Certified Interpretive Guide, a Google Level 1 Certified Educator and a member of the American Alliance of Museums.
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