Programming for Young Professionals
Year-Round Programming for YPs
The Neuberger offers dynamic and engaging opportunities for Holocaust education and commemoration for young professionals. Our newly-expanded Legacy Holocaust Education Committee provides many ways to connect. In addition to the annual Legacy HEW Symposium and Experience Jewish Life in Vienna study tour, we have a trip to Berlin, programs for Yom Hashoah, lectures and film screenings, and a book club underway for 2017. Please join us!
Contact Michelle for more information.
Sunday, November 6, 2016 - thank you for joining us for the Neuberger's annual HEW symposium for young professionals, featuring engaging ways to consider the theme, including workshops, survivor testimony, discussion, and a keynote. Participants in their 20s and 30s consider different perspectives of Holocaust education and remembrance.
This program offers a compelling commemoration opportunity for young professionals to learn and remember on Yom Hashoah, May 5. Presented in partnership with UJA Young Leaders at Denton's.Registration now open.
The Book Club will read 4 Holocaust-themed books in one year. Participate through a blog (coming soon) - share reading progress, discussion questions, and relevant resources. When each quarter ends, we'll host a public program with a speaker, film or thematic connection and meet to discuss the book together. This year, the Book Club will focus on books that explore relationships between Jews and non-Jews in different countries during the Holocaust.
Experience Jewish Life in Vienna is a unique trip for young professionals to learn about the city's past, experience its present, and dialogue about the future. Subtitled “Past, Present and Future,” the study tour’s mission in bringing young professionals from Canada is to experience Vienna’s current, thriving, dynamic Jewish community in the context of the city’s dark past while dialoguing with community members, civic leaders, academics, experts and peers about the future.
Focusing on the Holocaust & antisemitism in France, join us for film screenings and related lectures.
More information coming soon.
Legacy Holocaust Education Committee (for Young Professionals)
Chair: Adam Hummel
Sub-Committees: Legacy HEW Symposium, Vienna Study Tour, Book Club, Yom Hashoah, Film Screenings & Lectures
Jillian Rodak, Jessica Pollock, Jennifer Morawetz, Raisa Nakhimova, Dayna Simon, Stephanie Corazza, Abigail Bimman, Robbie Shifman, Matt Getzler, Jon Livergant, Michael Rajzman, Shira Gelkopf, Elizabeth Banks, Evelyn Rubin, Rachel Malin, Jessica Handelman, Shayla Schipper, Jeanette Jacobs, Sam Tanenbaum, Brenna Singer, Sasha Stackle, Yacov Fruchter
Legacy Symposium - HEW for YPs
We're proud to have presented the sixth-annual Legacy Symposium - a unique HEW program for young professionals.
Legacy Symposium: Holocaust Education Week for Young Professionals
Sunday, 1 November @ 11 AM (registration at 10:30 am)
Ryerson University, Oakham House
55 Gould Street, Toronto
Martin Maxwell, Holocaust survivor and Jewish war veteran
Bill Glied, Holocaust survivor
Eric Beck Rubin, writer, public speaker and university instructor
Jacob Evoy, UWO graduate student
Michelle Fishman, Education Associate at the Neuberger
Rochelle Rubinstein, printmaker, painter, fabric and book artist
Jillian Rodak, Chair, Dayna Simon, Vice Chair, Elizabeth Banks, Stephanie Corazza, Jonathan Livergant, Brandon Lablong, Jessica Pollock.
Experience Jewish Life in Vienna
We offer ongoing opportunities for young professionals to engage in Holocaust education.
Experience Jewish Life in Vienna is a study tour for young professionals to learn about the city's past, experience its present, and dialogue about the future. Subtitled “Past, Present and Future,” the study tour’s mission in bringing young professionals from Canada is to have them experience Vienna’s current, thriving, dynamic Jewish community up close in the context of the city’s dark past while dialoguing with community members, academics, experts and peers about the future. More information