Internships & Fellowships

The Museum of Jewish Heritage is pleased to offer unique learning experiences for students who wish to gain practical training related to their field of study or professional interests. Specific programs are geared to students in high school, university, professional schools, and the U.S. Military, Naval, Air Force, and Coast Guard Academies.

Volunteer Profile: Rieke Csutor

Each year, the AJC welcomes volunteers and interns from around the world. Many young people from countries neighboring Poland serve on behalf of the Holocaust Memorial Service, an alternative experience to mandatory military service. This question and answer conversation is with our volunteer Frederike (Rieke) Csutor, whose hometown is Berlin, Germany. We’re very glad that … Continued


The Museum offers internship programs for high school, undergraduate, and graduate students throughout the year. Interns work onsite at the Museum, though some of our internship programs combine onsite work with programs in other educational settings. High School Apprenticeship Program Holocaust Educator Internship (for undergraduate and graduate students) General Internships High School Apprenticeship Program The High School … Continued