Holocaust Study Seminar Student Application

 

This program will engage twelve to fifteen high school sophomores and juniors in a six-month study of the Holocaust. The goal of this program seeks to educate and expose students to the history and atrocities of the Holocaust, with the intent of broadening their world views and empowering them to positively impact the world in which they live. This unique program will culminate in a trip to Eastern Europe, where the students will be able to learn on site at historical locations.

This unique program will also include a 10 to 12 day trip to Eastern Europe in June 2017, where the students will learn on site at historical locations. Upon return, students will be expected to share their experiences and thoughts with their schools and communities.

Jewish Federation of San Antonio’s Holocaust Memorial Museum & the Richard and Sue Carter Charitable Trust have developed a Holocaust Study Tour for high school students. The goal of this program seeks to educate and expose high school students to the history and atrocities of the Holocaust, with the intent of broadening their world views and empowering them to positively impact the world in which they live.

To apply please fill out the form, along with fulfilling the other requirements of the application. Please submit all paperwork by December 8, 2017 to Juana Rubalcava, Education Director, Holocaust Memorial Museum of San Antonio, rubalcavaj@jfsatx.org, 210-302-6812.

HOLOCAUST STUDY SEMINAR APPLICATION

Deadline for application: December 8, 2017.

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