The Holocaust Center High School Program + Fellowship

The Holocaust Center High School Program + Fellowship

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The Next Chapter enables high school youth to develop profound connections with Holocaust survivors. By participating in the program, students build a special community of social responsibility and genocide awareness and are awarded 40 hours of community service.

The Manovill Holocaust History Fellowship offers high school students in grades 11 and 12 a rare opportunity to study the Holocaust and patterns of genocide at the college level. Each year, a small number of fellows are selected to conduct in-depth research into the nature of the Holocaust and other genocides and to gain the skills that will allow them to serve as effective advocates for strengthening respect in the Bay Area.

Who: High School

When: Varies by program - see links for more details.

Where: San Francisco and on the Peninsula

For more info email: holocaustcenter@jfcs.org

https://holocaustcenter.jfcs.org/education/high-school-programs/next-chapter/

Voices & Visions Journal Submission Opportunity

Voices & Visions Journal Submission Opportunity

Tutor Corp Foundation: Community Service Grant

Tutor Corp Foundation: Community Service Grant