World War Two and Women on the Home Front (March 2, 12-1pm EST)


Wednesday, March 2nd


Virtual Event


Wednesday, March 2nd


12:00 pm

Presented by the Maritime Museum of BC.

The Second World War brought rapid change in technology, industry, and social roles. It also brought opportunities for BC women to contribute to the war effort. Through exploration and discovery, students will learn to read primary sources. With primary archival documents, they will discuss the roles that women played in the BC shipbuilding industry and the Women’s Royal Canadian Naval Service (Wrens), all while considering the context of the period.

*Curriculum connection: This event is a complement to BC Grade 10  Social Studies


Virtual Event

Schools and Groups Welcome


  • Laura Robin
    Laura Robin
    School and Public Programs Manager, Maritime Museum of British Columbia

    Laura is originally from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, where she received her B.A. in History and B.Ed. from the University of Saskatchewan. A teacher by training, Laura worked in elementary school classrooms for 5 years before moving closer to the ocean and coast she now teaches about at the Maritime Museum. A great love of museums and informal education environments led Laura to complete her Master’s of Museum Education from the University of British Columbia in 2019. At the Maritime Museum, Laura creates and leads curriculum-based school programming, public programs for toddlers, adults, and seniors, and manages the delivery of outreach and onsite programming to members of all of Victoria’s diverse communities.

World War Two and Women on the Home Front (March 2, 12-1pm EST)


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