What’s new for educators at the Holocaust & Humanity Center?

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The Nancy & David Wolf Holocaust & Humanity Center is excited to host its annual JACOB G. SCHMIDLAPP BYSTANDER TO UPSTANDER YOUTH LEADERSHIP DAY on March 8, 2022. Every year, educators nominate seventh and eighth grade students to attend the interactive and inspiring day-long event. Students engage in dialogue with participants from across the tri-state, learn about how history can inspire action today, and gain leadership skills they can use to affect positive change as upstanders.

One of HHC’s many education initiatives is to build future leaders. At HHC, we value the work educators do for their students and laying the foundation for students to become the leaders of tomorrow.

Your commitment to delivering quality Holocaust education is imperative, and we deeply appreciate the effort you put into your role as a teacher. Please nominate yourself or a colleague for our new LILLY & MARK KURTZ EDUCATOR AWARD.

We’re here to help you reach your goals as an educator. You can EMAIL OUR STAFF for personalized assistance or please explore SOME OF OUR CURRICULAR RESOURCES. We wish you a good second half of the school year and look forward to seeing you at an upcoming program or visit to the museum.

Nominate a student for the Jacob G. Schmidlapp Bystander to Upstander Youth Leadership Day
Students in grades seven and eight PARTICIPATE IN A DAYLONG WORKSHOP to gain leadership skills, empowering them to affect positive change as upstanders.

Be Recognized for Your Contribution to Holocaust Education

HHC is proud to recognize educators for the impact they make in the classroom and beyond.  Have you or a colleague shown a commitment to Holocaust education? Fill out the nomination form now for a chance to win $1,000 and well-deserved recognition at an HHC event. Click HERE to learn more.

6 Ways to Engage After Your Field Trip

If a recent FIELD TRIP to HHC’s interactive, award-winning museum left you and your students curious for more, there are many ways to engage with the Center beyond your trip. Explore curricular resources, professional development, speakers and more by clicking HERE

Summer Institute on Teaching the Holocaust – June 20-24, 2022

It’s never too early to start making summer PD plans. Register before April 1 for HHC’S SUMMER INSTITUTE ON TEACHING THE HOLOCAUST for a chance to win a FREE field trip to HHC for you and your students. HHC’s Institute on Teaching the Holocaust melds scholarship with practical, classroom-based strategies for teaching this complex topic. You will leave with a pacing framework that meets your needs and curricular strategies that meld historical content with the vital literacy skills students need to succeed. 



The Nancy & David Wolf Holocaust & Humanity Center exists to ensure the lessons of the Holocaust inspire action today. Located at Cincinnati’s historic Union Terminal, HHC educates more than 200,000 community members through its educational initiatives, innovative digital and in-person programs, virtual tours and partnerships. For more information, visit WWW.HOLOCAUSTANDHUMANITY.ORG.