I have learned so much from my time as a University Fellow this year…I have grown as a teacher, leader, and community advocate.—Micaela S., 2018 – 19 University Fellow
The University Fellowship provides undergraduate and graduate students with the opportunity to become essential members of the Holocaust Center staff. Fellows mentor students, conduct research in the Tauber Holocaust Library and Archives, and create innovative lesson plans. The Holocaust Center annually reaches more than 20,000 students across Northern California.
The Fellowship is a paid position, with a commitment of 10 hours a week, October through June. Fellows may receive course credit upon completion.
Special support and funding are made possible by the Pell Family Foundation and Lilly Manovill Tauber Endrei Education Fund.
For more information, contact: Yedida Kanfer, Director of Community Education, at YedidaK@jfcs.org, 415-449-3748.
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