Through affiliations and partnerships, the Museum extends the reach of its mission across the country and the world to educate people of all ages and backgrounds about the Holocaust and Jewish heritage.

JewishGen provides free online access to a vast collection of Jewish ancestral records. For many Jews, knowledge of their family history perished in the Holocaust. JewishGen has enabled thousands of families to reconnect. The Museum of Jewish Heritage helps to fulfill its mission of memory and legacy through its affiliation with JewishGen.

The Auschwitz Jewish Center (AJC) is a museum and educational center located in Oświęcim, Poland. It is the only Jewish presence in the vicinity of the death camp. AJC and the Museum of Jewish Heritage partner in offering educational programs in history and ethics for US college and graduate students as well as future military leaders.

TOP LEFT: Cadets participating in the United States Service Academy Program of the Museum of Jewish Heritage and Auschwitz Jewish Center. Photo by Melanie Einzig. TOP RIGHT: Prayer books. Photo courtesy JewishGen.

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