Maxwell Nosbisch Manager of Visitor Experiences at the First Amendment Museum in Augusta

Maranacook SOUL presents: The First Amendment and You: How the Five Freedoms Apply to Your Life

Join Maxwell Nosbisch Manager of Visitor Experiences at the First Amendment Museum in Augusta on Thursday April 8, 2021 at 7pm via Zoom:

This event is for students, but open to anyone in our community to attend free of charge and sponsored by the Maranacook Chapter of the Rho Kappa National Social Studies Honor Society. 

When can my speech be limited? What is the press allowed to publish or not? What does freedom of religion mean? What does a peaceful assembly look like? This webinar will be an active discussion in which staff from the First Amendment Museum, located in Augusta, Maine, will engage with Maranacook Community High School students on how the First Amendment applies to their lives and how they can optimize their usage of the five freedoms. Participants will be encouraged to ask questions, contribute their opinions, and share their ideas. The goal of this webinar is for participants to more fully understand how they can 'live their freedoms!

Maxwell Nosbisch has always had a passion for museum interpretation, community engagement, and the American experience. Originally from North Carolina, Maxwell studied Historic Preservation and Community Planning at the College of Charleston in Charleston, SC. Maxwell then received his Master’s in Historic Preservation along with certificates in Museum Studies and Cultural Landscape Conservation from the University of Georgia in Athens, GA. Along the way, Maxwell has worked at a variety of museums and cultural institutions giving tours, developing programs, mounting exhibits, and more. These experiences, coupled with a passion for civic engagement and our first amendment rights, led Maxwell to the First Amendment Museum.