This year we are extending our partnerships with many organizations with the aim of enriching the content and courses we offer our participants.
Each organization possesses expertise in its own field. Yad Vashem, Jerusalem – The World Holocaust Remembrance Center. The museum provides relevant archives, education, and exhibits. Echoes & Reflections – Holocaust Education. Empowers middle and high school educators with dynamic classroom materials and professional development.
Beit Lohamei HaGeta’ot – Ghetto Fighters’ House Museum in Northern Israel. A center for humanistic education for teens and educators.
L.A. Holocaust Museum. The first survivors-founded and oldest Holocaust Museum in the USA. Art and Memory Program and virtual tours of the museum.
Anu – Museum of the Jewish People, Tel Aviv. “Jewish Lens” and “My Family Story” programs for students. Capsule exhibit: ready-made photo exhibits that are suitable for display.
CET – The Center for Educational Technology, Israel. Leading innovative learning. Hebrew program: creating quality and diverse curricula, content, and textbooks for effective learning from kindergarten to high school.
Wassmuth Center for Human rights, Idaho. Holocaust programming, resources, and services for educators and students.