US Olympic Committee
US Olympic and Paralympic athletes from across the country are teaming up with StoryCorps to record 2010 National Day of Listening interviews. Swimmers, triathletes, cyclists, wrestlers, and more will come together to record and preserve their own personal stories of struggle, perseverance, and overwhelming triumph.
The Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian
The Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian will honor American Indian Heritage Day and the 2010 National Day of Listening on November 26. NMAI is looking to preserve the voices of Native staff members from several different American Indian backgrounds.
Carnegie-Knight News 21 Initiative
Journalism students at Syracuse, Arizona State, and the University of Southern California facilitated veteran conversations and created the Veterans Listening Project website.
Girl Scout Troop 565
Atlanta Girl Scouts visited their local StoryCorps recording booth in Atlanta, GA to learn about oral history and to prepare to interview family members for the 2009 National Day of Listening.
New York Public Library
The New York Public Library hosted a special event in 2009 featuring a National Day of Listening tutorial and stories from local artists.
Vermont Public Radio
Vermont Public Radio celebrated the 2009 National Day of Listening by producing a series of interviews conducted by VPR on-air personalities.
Forty freshman in Fairfield, CT conducted National Day of Listening interviews in 2009 as part of Fairfield University's U.S. Diversity English Composition curriculum.
Geneva History Center
The Geneva History Center in Geneva, Illinois ran two workshops to help educators learn how to incorporate the National Day of Listening into their classroom.