The Center for Holocaust Education thrives as a dynamic, interactive and engaging program division within the EVJCC, aiming to continue to teach this generation and future generations the importance of acceptance and peace.
Our events encourage collaboration with a greater understanding while honoring and respecting individual histories and traditions. Programs include presentations, guest speakers, exhibits, a Holocaust education curriculum for schools, an annual Yom Hashoah program and Generations After, a program for children and grandchildren of survivors.
The Center for Holocaust Education continues to reach people through programs in conjunction with the City of Chandler, Maricopa Community Colleges and the Phoenix Holocaust Association.
Zachor Holocaust Remembrance Foundation
Founder Ben Lesser, a Holocaust survivor, shares his story through conversational video company StoryFile, which allows having a life-like conversation with him using artificial intelligence technology.
Virtual exhibits, discussions and films
Hear a Holocaust survivor
New virtual professional development experiences for educators
Virtual tours and exhibits
Virtual field trips and lesson plans for “The Holocaust: History and Memory.”