The Institute

On a mission to inspire America
FROM classroom to Boardroom
—AND BEYOND

Headquartered in the National Medal of Honor Museum, the National Medal of Honor Institute closes a character gap in our country by modeling leadership curriculum after the valor and values of Medal of Honor recipients.

A DYNAMIC CURRICULUM
WITH LESSONS in HEROISM

Through the accounts of heroic deeds and selfless acts of Medal of Honor recipients, the Institute will host thought-provoking national and regional conferences, seminars, team-building exercises, and immersive experiences.

ESTEEMED SPEAKERS
AND thought leaders

Speakers will include Medal of Honor recipients, distinguished representatives of our nation’s top academies and universities, and leadership from all six branches of our armed forces.

STATE-OF-THE-ART FACILITIES

Embedded inside the National Medal of Honor Museum in Arlington, Texas, the Medal of Honor Institute will feature a Conference Center and a 220-seat theater as well as flexible classrooms and meeting rooms to facilitate in-person and online learning

A NATIONAL PROGRAM a global impact

honoring the valor & the values

The Medal of Honor Institute will serve as the epicenter of our global education and leadership programming, with the valor and values enshrined in the Medal of Honor informing and inspiring everything we do.

ONE MUST HAVE GOOD CHARACTER, SOLID PRINCIPLES, AND HIGH ETHICAL STANDARDS TO INSPIRE OTHERS TO FOLLOW.

COLONEL WESLEY FOX, MEDAL OF HONOR recipient

SUPPORT THE NATIONAL MEDAL OF HONOR LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE

HONORING HEROES. INSPIRING LEADERS.

In conjunction with the National Medal of Honor Museum in Arlington, Texas and the National Medal of Honor Monument in Washington, D.C., the Institute will commemorate the stories of our Medal of Honor recipients and inspire Americans to find the hero within—so we may serve our country throughout.

National Medal of Honor Museum

Through education, leadership, and inspiring spaces for learning and reflection, the National Medal of Honor Museum Foundation preserves and expands the impact of the 3,511 award recipients and the more than 40 million Americans who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces since the Civil War.

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