Educational Partners

Holocaust Art and Writing Contest at Chapman University

The Neuberger Holocaust Education Centre is proud to partner in the 19th Annual Holocaust Art and Writing Contest presented by Chapman University and the 1939 Society.Students engage directly with the history of the Holocaust and the personal
memories of survivors and rescuers through the viewing of a video testimony. They then respond to the contest prompt by creating an original work of art, film, poetry or prose. Prizes include cash awards and a first place prize for the winning student, their teachers and parents of an expense-paid study trip to Los Angeles, CA in June 2018.  Prizes also awarded to educators and schools.
Submissions must be postmarked by February 2 or submitted electronically by February 5, 2018. More information.

AHMS logoThe Neuberger hosted its first Gedenkdiener, or Holocaust Memorial Intern, in 2010. The Austrian Holocaust Memorial Service (Gedenkdienst) is an independent alternative to Austria's compulsory national military service. Its participants serve at major Holocaust institutions. The intent of the AHMS is to recognize Austria's part of the collective responsibility for the Holocaust. The Neuberger is proud to welcome Gedenkdiener interns.

The Neuberger is pleased to partner with other Holocaust education organizations.

Claims ConfThe Neuberger is proud to be working on a special speaker development initiative for Holocaust survivor speaking engagements with students and museum visitors, made possible with support from the Conference on Jewish Material Claims against Germany, Inc.

Azrieli Foundation logo

The Azrieli Foundation established their Series of Holocaust Survivor Memoirs to collect, preserve and share the stories written by survivors of the 20th century Nazi genocide of the Jews of Europe who later made their way to Canada. The memoirs are distributed free-of-charge to libraries, educational institutions and are also available for free download from the Azrieli website.