The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum’s Teacher Fellowship Program is designed to immerse participants in advanced historical and pedagogical issues relating to the Holocaust.
July 17–21, 2016
For Middle and High School Educators and Community College Faculty
All Expenses Paid
- Share ideas and create lesson plans with other experienced teachers of the Holocaust.
- Explore the Museum’s extensive resources.
- Interact with Holocaust survivors and Museum curators, educators, historians, librarians, and photo, film, and document archivists.
- Work with diverse educational media—lectures, videos, feature films, oral histories, and artifacts.
- Tour the Museum’s exhibitions.
An educator participates in the 2015 Teacher
Fellowship Program. US Holocaust Memorial
ATTEND THE MUSEUM TEACHER FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM
BECOME A LEADER IN HOLOCAUST EDUCATION
history, social studies, foreign-language, and English teachers, librarians, and instructional media specialists, who have an extensive knowledge of Holocaust history, have taught the Holocaust for at least five years in US schools, and are active participants in community and professional organizations, may apply. (Educators with less than ﬁve years’ experience teaching about the Holocaust should apply to the Museum’s Belfer National Conference for Educators.)
How do I apply? To apply and for more information, visit www.ushmm.org/events/teacher-fellows. Contact Kristin Thompson, Program Coordinator, Teacher Education and Special Programs, at 202.488.6145 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Applications must be submitted by
February 1, 2016.