“Tolerance is what keeps humanity together, I believe.”

—Anne Willem Meijer, Member of the Dutch Resistance


Student internships with The Center for Holocaust and Humanity Education are opportunities to learn and work on a variety of unique projects. Interns come from diversity faiths, backgrounds and ethnicities, as well as academic disciplines, including, but not limited to, Communication, Arts, Theology, History, Education, Business, English, Computer Sciences, German, and International Relations.

Current and previous internship experiences have included:

  • Planning and developing exhibits
  • Working with educators to develop resource and study guides
  • Transcribing and coordinating survivor testimonies
  • Creating a Public Relations Campaign through community outreach
  • Organizing and maintaining the educational library resources
  • Updating and maintaining website
  • Creating short videos of eyewitness testimonies
  • Developing and promoting Holocaust Awareness Programs
  • Museum guides

The Center is looking for students who are:

  • Comfortable in cooperative and leadership positions
  • Proficient in communication skills
  • Responsible and reliable and computer literate
  • Interested in social justice, diversity, and interfaith issues
  • Willing to expand their minds

Interns can receive school credit and/or service hours. They gain valuable real world experience, and explore their own understandings and beliefs.

We believe that interns contribute their own talents and interests to The Center, and will be encouraged to develop those interests through the many opportunities offered. Contact us to learn more!

By email: info@holocaustandhumanity.org
By phone: 513.487.3055


Current Available Positions:

Scripps Howard (paid) Marketing and Public Relations Internship
The Center for Holocaust and Humanity Education is seeking an undergraduate Marketing and Public Relations Intern. This paid internship is an opportunity for students to use their hard earned experience and skills to help ensure the future of Holocaust Education in Tri-state region. The student will work closely with the development and community relations manager on events and fundraising campaigns. Opportunities to help with evening workshops and events will be offered and so schedule flexibility is appreciated.

Internship responsibilities:
Assisting in crafting marketing strategies, timelines and tactics for events and fundraising campaigns
Assisting in social media campaigns
Writing press releases and send them out to media channels
Designing printed literature about CHHE and upcoming events
Capturing events and tours in writing and via still/video photography

Desired outcomes: increased attendance, fundraising success, and visibility in the community. Specifically, the student will utilize his/her proficiency in social media, Public Relations and email marketing.

Required skills/training:
Project management, time management, Marketing, Public Relations, ability to collaborate with other staff members and deliver under short deadlines, copy writing, attention to detail, excellent interpersonal and communication skills. Technical skills include MS Office, Constant Contact; Design software preferred.

Internship period and preferred hours:
Ideally, the student will join CHHE at the start of the 2015 winter semester and work 10-15 hours a week for a semester.

About CHHE:
CHHE is a museum and resource center that educates over 60,000 students and adults annually about the lessons of the Holocaust. We offer guided tours of our permanent exhibit Mapping Our Tears and traveling exhibits to schools; A Speakers’ Bureau that allows students and adults to hear in-person from Holocaust survivors; Public events such as movie screenings, guest speakers, concerts and artistic collaborations.

Please send your resume and cover letter to Hagit Caspi, Development Manager, at hcaspi@holocaustandhumanity.org

Thanks to the Scripps Howard Foundation for their generous support!