Satellite Seminar Program
The Satellite Seminar Program brings the Holocaust Educators Network to teachers across the country. These five-day seminars are designed to provide a collaborative and safe environment in which teachers can explore the difficult subject of the Holocaust and other genocides. While each Satellite focuses on local issues, the overall goal is for teachers in all of the Satellites to leave with strategies, materials, and ideas for use in their own classrooms. One long-term goal is for teachers to become advocates for social change and to return to their classrooms with action plans that will enable them and their students to have a positive impact on their communities.
To learn more and view videos about each of the five seminars, click on the states below.
- Paula Mercier’s students in New Hampshire mount “Everyone Counts” project
- Radio Show: Reflections on the Memorial Library Summer Seminar in NYC
- Erin DeHart of York College, NE leads student trip to NYC and Washington, DC
- Salisbury University’s Diana Wagner Earns Holocaust Educators Network Fellowship
- Leaders of the Holocaust Educators Network reflect on trip to Poland and Israel