Education
Our deep commitment to education on the Holocaust and other genocides inspires students to be strong advocates against discrimination, hatred, and anti-Semitism.

Survivor Speakers Bureau

Through firsthand accounts of the horrors of the Holocaust, thousands of students and Bay Area residents learn about the importance of tolerance, embr...
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Educator Programs

Educator Programs
The JFCS Holocaust Center offers one-day workshops and individual consultations that help educators design thoughtful lessons about the Holocaust....
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Morris Weiss Award
To celebrate the significant role of teachers in the field of Holocaust education, the Preisler Shorenstein Institute honors one exemplary educator ea...
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University Programs

University Fellows work closely with the JFCS Holocaust Center’s education department in the facilitation and organization of lessons about the Holo...
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High School Programs

The Next Chapter
The Next Chapter enables high school youth to develop profound connections to the Holocaust....
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Manovill Fellowship
Each year, eight fellows are selected to conduct in-depth research into the nature of the Holocaust and other genocides and to gain the skills that wi...
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Community Programs

The JFCS Holocaust Center partners with schools, universities, and organizations that share our mission. ...
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Legacy Study Tours

High school and university students are invited to join JFCS Holocaust Center staff and other distinguished scholars in interactive trips to learn abo...
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Education

The JFCS Holocaust Center is Northern California’s primary resource for education about the Holocaust and other genocides. We are dedicated to educating young and old alike about the causes and consequences of hatred, anti-Semitism, and indifference—during the Holocaust, as well as during contemporary times.

The JFCS Holocaust Center works with public school districts, private schools, Jewish day and supplementary schools, and individual educators to design curriculum and lesson plans, and to provide specialized teacher training and consultation. It makes available curriculum guides, books, DVDs, films, slides, maps, and posters to make history come alive in the classroom.

We continue to remember
The JFCS Holocaust Center is comprised of the Tauber Holocaust Library and Education Program, the Manovill Holocaust History Fellowship, the Speakers Bureau, the Day of Learning, the Oral History Project, the University Fellowship, as well as The Next Chapter.

All of these programs operate on the generous support of our donors.
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