Student and Educator Workshops

The JFCS Holocaust Center offers student and educator workshop options. All workshops can stand alone or be combined with a session of testimony from a member of the William J. Lowenberg Speakers Bureau, a group of Holocaust survivors, their descendants, and survivors of genocides who share their personal testimony with students and groups around the world.

Educational programming is supported in part by the Preisler Shorenstein Institute for Holocaust Education.

Student Workshops

All workshops below can be tailored to fit 50-90 minute class periods.

  • Antisemitism: A Story Through Passports
  • Hidden Children & The Holocaust
  • Stages of Genocide: The Holocaust as a Case Study
  • The Intersection Between Genocide and Indigenous History

Educator Workshops

All workshops below can be tailored to be 60-120 minutes in length, and come with accompanying resources and/or standards aligned lesson plans.

  • Contemporary Antisemitism: Understanding & Identifying Hate
  • Paths of Introduction: Introduce and Engage Students on the Holocaust and Jewish History
  • Racism and Antisemitism in WWII: The Holocaust and California
  • Rywka’s Diary: The Writings of a Jewish Girl from the Lodz Ghetto

To request a workshop for your school or organization, please complete this workshop request form 4-6 weeks before your preferred program date.

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