The Museum of Jewish Heritage is New York’s home for Holocaust education. Our tours and programs are adapted to meet the specific needs, interests, and backgrounds of different student groups.

To meet the needs of schools and teachers in the 2020-2021 school year, we will offer virtual programming, including:

  • Pre-recorded tours for all grade levels, focusing on topics such as the Holocaust, heritage, and immigration.
  • Virtual tours and workshops for students, led by a Museum educator.
  • Online testimony from a Holocaust survivor.
  • Professional development workshops for teachers (New York State teachers may earn CTLE credit).

To learn more about these programs once they are announced, please email education@mjhnyc.org. More information will be sent in August 2020.

Learn about New York’s Holocaust Curriculum – a free, online resource designed for use in middle and high school classrooms.

Please contact education@mjhnyc.org with any questions regarding programs for schools and teachers.