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Hear the stories of history first-hand. The Museum can help you arrange a unique educational experience for your students by sending a speaker to your school.

The Speakers Bureau consists of Holocaust survivors, witnesses, veterans, and teachers. Speakers are adept at sharing their insights with many diverse audiences and providing an emotional, intimate, and life-changing experience.

A speaker can come to a school or community organization; this may be booked in conjunction with a visit to the Museum, or as an independent activity. Although there is no set fee, the Museum asks for a suggested donation of $100 as well as covering the travel expenses of speakers who are not able travel on mass transit. Speaking engagements typically last 1 hour and should be booked at least three weeks in advance.

Learn more about the Speakers Bureau and other volunteer opportunities at the Museum.

Read about the Speakers Bureau in The New York Times.

 

TOP LEFT: Gallery Educator Norbert Friedman speaking to a school group in Visions of the Future on the first floor of the Core Exhibition. Photo by Melanie Einzig. TOP: Dr. Salomea Kape with a school group. Photo by Melanie Einzig.
 

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