When Information Age was first conceived in 1995, and incorporated in 1998. New Jersey, and indeed the northeast has no single facility to showcase the wartime and peacetime innovation of the latter part of the 19th century that is the foundation of our technological society today.
InfoAge is intended to address this need.
Every day, we see headlines that trumpet the issues of our educational system. We have seen school districts increasing class, curtailing activities and programs.
InfoAge is intended to to provide an additional resource for educators without being a burden on the taxpayers
Since their invention as a new participatory type of museum, science centers have proven to be popular destinations yet rarely have they focused on providing true education, ensuring that students leave with new knowledge.
InfoAge will fill this need.
I am eager for you to know more about the exciting importance of this reinvented resource in Wall Township. Please join us!
Founder and President, InfoAge