Holocaust Educator School Partnership

Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the HolocaustNew York, NY

8 months ago


Job Title

Holocaust Educator School Partnership Internship

Job Location

New York City, NY

Job Overview

  • Paid internship program at the Museum of Jewish Heritage - A Living Memorial to the Holocaust
  • Open to undergraduate and graduate students currently studying in the New York metropolitan area
  • Opportunity to teach the history of the Holocaust to middle and high school students in public schools


  • Interns receive payment at the end of the semester


  • Attend training sessions with Museum staff and engage with Holocaust survivors' testimonies
  • Learn effective teaching methods using artifacts from the Museum's collection
  • Teach introductory classroom lessons to middle and high school students
  • Conduct tours at the Museum for the classes visited


  • Currently enrolled as an undergraduate or graduate student in the New York metropolitan area
  • Interest in teaching the history of the Holocaust
  • Strong communication and presentation skills

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Estimated Monthly Living Expenses

For New York, NY | $5,639/mo

  • Housing/Rent$3,481

  • Miscellaneous$1,007

  • Food$505

  • Utilities$328

  • Transportation$318


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