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WORKSHOPS

Camp survivor Hank Brodt speaks with a North Carolina teacher at a 2010 workshop.

Seven to nine workshops are held throughout the school year at sites across the state. Over 8000 teachers and administrators have attended Council workshops since 1989.

In 2013-2014, workshops were held in Forsyth, Mecklenburg, Person, Randolph, Rowan, Wake, and Watauga counties.

The 2014-2015 workshop schedule will be announced at the beginning of the school year.

For more information and to register for a workshop, contact Lynda Moss, Workshop Director.


The one-day workshops:

  • Feature one of several Holocaust survivors who are North Carolina residents, including camp survivors Morris Glass of Raleigh and Hank Brodt of High Point.

  • Present an overview of the Holocaust by Dr. Peter J. Stein, a Holocaust survivor and sociologist at UNC-Chapel Hill.

  • Provide to all participants the updated resource guide The Holocaust: A North Carolina Teacher’s Resource the CD "A Teacher's Guide to the Holocaust" (Florida Council on the Holocaust/Florida Dept. of Education), and a certificate of participation for renewal credit.

  • Are offered across the state at no charge (substitute pay provided), and are open to all North Carolina middle and high school teachers and administrators.

  • Are especially useful for social studies teachers of U.S. history and world civilizations, and for language arts teachers who use Holocaust works such as The Diary of Anne Frank, Number the Stars, and Elie Wiesel's Night.


View videos of workshop speakers on the Council's Vimeo site.

View the News Carolina (Ch. 14) segment, "Holocaust Council shows educators how Holocaust [education] combats bullying," March 22, 2012.