Two I found (again can't remember where).
The Personal Genome Project wants to recruit people willing to share their own genome sequence in the interest of furthering research. 10 people have enrolled so far and the website tells you about them, and about who runs and funds the project.
Gene Gateway (Exploring Genes and Genetic Disorders) is a site from the Oak Ridge National Laboratory. There is a poster that outlines disorders that have been mapped to particular chromosomes, and the website offers a workbook and materials that accompany that. The very useful looking workbook uses hereditary h(a)emochromatosis as an example to show how to use OMIM, NCBI Viewer, Swiss-Prot, and other things. ORNL, in Tennessee, was founded during World War 2 to carry out plutonium production for the Manhattan Project.