The Levine Institute for Holocaust Education of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum seeks to train the nation’s teachers to encourage their students to learn about the Holocaust, to reflect on its meaning for today, and then to act responsibly as members of the national and global community.
We are pleased to offer The Arthur and Rochelle Belfer National Conference for Educators. Secondary teachers and community college instructors with fewer than five years’ experience in teaching about the Holocaust are encouraged to apply. The workshop is free of charge and includes many classroom resources. Participants are responsible for their travel expenses.
A generous number of $1,000 scholarships are available to teachers, especially those in geographic regions or whose student populations are defined as underserved by the Museum --- and our funder is particularly interested in Colorado educators.
More registration information and application, please visit this website.
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