Community, History, Advocacy

We are now accepting applications for our high school programs for the 2017-2018 year!

High school students have a rare and unique opportunity to study the Holocaust and patterns of genocide through a number of exceptional programs offered by the JFCS Holocaust Center.

For high school students (grades 9-12) looking for a meaningful and profound experience with Holocaust survivors, The Next Chapter is an excellent option. Upon completion, students are awarded 40 hours of community service. Request an application for The Next Chapter >

For 11th and 12th grade students passionate about history, advocacy, and genocide awareness, read more about the Manovill Holocaust History Fellowship. Students are awarded 60 hours of community service and a $500 stipend upon completion. Request an application for the Manovill Fellowship >

Each spring, all students and educators in Northern California are invited to deepen their learning of the Holocaust and other forms of genocide at The Day of Learning. Over 750 participants come to this annual event.

 For questions or additional information, please contact us at HolocaustCenter@jfcs.org or 415-449-3717.