Student Symposium

Annual Holocaust Education Symposium for High School Students

Generously supported by Fred and May Karp and Family

The Neuberger is excited to announce its annual High School Student Symposium on the Holocaust will take place on November 8 at TIFF Bell Lightbox as part of its signature Holocaust Education Week programming.

The program will feature innovative technology, dynamic presentations and Holocaust survivor testimony highlighting this year’s HEW theme, the Future of Memory. 

Opening keynote: Dr. Michael Gray, HEW 2016 Educator-in-Residence
Topic: Learning about the Holocaust in Contemporary Settings

Interactive Sessions:

- engaging with different forms of testimony
- the USC Shoah Foundation’s New Dimensions in Testimony (NDT) project, an initiative that enables students to have “virtual conversations” with Holocaust survivors long into the future
- recordings from the newly-launched Canadian collection of survivor testimony
- documentary film, Political, Polish Jew: The Story of Pinchas Gutter

With special guests from the USC Shoah Foundation, Karen Jungblut and Kia Hays

Closing keynote: Pinchas Gutter, Holocaust survivor speaker

The symposium will offer students an interactive, inquiry-based forum to explore learning about the Holocaust for the future.

Registration is currently full. To be added to the wait list, please use form to the right.

For more information, contact Michelle.