MERCURY ONE PROVIDES EDUCATION FUNDING TO DEVELOP SKILLS, PRESERVE HERITAGE, INSPIRE ACTION, BUILD COMMUNITY, LEARN FROM HISTORY,
EDUCATION AT MERCURY ONE
President Ronald Reagan once said, “Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction…or one day we will spend our sunset years telling our children and our children’s children what it was once like in the United States where men were free.” Each generation leaves a mark on the world. At Mercury One, we desire for every generation to be better than the one that came before it.
The future hinges on our ability to learn from the past. It is up to us, the individual, to educate ourselves so that the future only repeats the good parts of history. As a community, we need to find ways to inspire others to want to improve, to never quit learning, and to take action. Equiping our nation with a public-spirited attitude, tactical and critical thinking skills, and an introspective approach to learning is critical for communities to cultivate and care for themselves.
It is our mission to equip, empower, and enlighten this generation and the next to be future leaders this country deserves. The purchase and preservation of key documents and artifacts allows us to teach the values and principles our great nation was founded upon, including an emphasis on the Constitution.
Learn more about our Leadership Training Program where you will have a unique, once in a lifetime hands-on experience to explore and research original historical documents, and learn from our program experts and guest lecturers.
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Jurassic Park was released in 1993 after Universal and Steven Spielberg won the bidding war to adapt the book by Michael Crichton into a feature film.
The Mercury One team celebrated intern Reagan Smith’s last day before returning to college with a 70’s Jell-O Party.