For my in-school service I did a walking tour with the GO Project. I, along with my group member, took a group of four or five kids around the Washington Square Park area to teach them about the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire. The tour was an hour long and consisted of about six locations. In each location, we explained to the kids the significance of the fire and how it took place. We focused on both the fire itself and its aftermath. Overall, working with the GO Project was a really fun and stimulating experience and I am glad that I got the opportunity to share my knowledge of the fire with young kids.