We offer a variety of ways for youth to learn about the Holocaust and humanity subjects and take action to become leaders in our community. View activities and program offerings below. We also partner with educators to incorporate Holocaust and humanity education in the classroom.
Students in grades 7-12 in the Tri-State region of Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana are invited to participate in the Nancy & David Wolf Holocaust & Humanity Center’s Carrying the Stories Forward Essay & Poetry Contest.
King Legacy Youth Summit
Young leaders from high school to university level come together to be inspired and motivated by the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The summit includes oral presentations, a question and answer segment, and entertainment performed by local youth.
Comic Artist Badge Activity
Students can complete the HHC Comic Artist Activity that fulfills the requirements of the Girl Scouts Cadette Comic Artist Badge. The activity uses the mural in the Holocaust & Humanity Center lobby as a jumping off point to explore the world of comics.
These reading activities encourage youth to explore themes of inclusion, diversity, and community and activate their character strengths to make change.
Youth Leadership Day
On Youth Leadership Day, students in grades seven and eight participate in a daylong workshop to gain leadership skills, empowering them to affect positive change.