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 intimate programs throughout the year. Please join us!
Save the Date: Friday, January 25
Shabbat dinner with Holocaust survivor speaker Faigie Libman at Beth Tzedec
Details coming soon!
Looking for an exciting and inspiring summer educational experience? Spend a week in Europe immersed in the rich Jewish history and culture of Vienna while exploring the modern city.
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 program brings 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.
Trip Highlights Include:
7 days in the beautiful and historic city of Vienna
Day trip to Mauthausen concentration camp and site of Nazi “euthanasia” killings
Walking tour of Jewish Vienna
Meetings with current professionals engaged in Holocaust studies, memory and politics
Meet-ups with young Austrians
Friday night services in the city temple
Contact Michelle at email@example.com for information about this program and future travel opportunities.
May 2, 2019 - Program Information Coming Soon
Join Neuberger Young Professionals and UJA Young Leaders on Holocaust Remembrance Day - Yom Hashoah for the annual program for young professionals featuring a Holocaust survivor speaker.
Thank you for joining us for the Neuberger's annual HEW symposium for young professionals, which featured engaging ways to consider the theme of Untold Stories, including workshops, survivor testimony, discussion, and a keynote. Nearly 200 participants in their 20s and 30s considered different perspectives of Holocaust education and remembrance.