Summer Workshop on Holocaust Studies

Summer Workshop: World War II and the Holocaust

May 31—June 3, 2020

KSU Center, All Locations | Google Maps 
3333 Busbee Drive, Kennesaw, GA 30144

Register online today!

Application Deadline: Friday, May 15

Join other high school students from around the Atlanta area for the 2020 Summer Workshop on Holocaust Studies at KSU’s Museum of History and Holocaust Education!

Engage with museum staff, college faculty, scholars and survivors of the Holocaust in a university setting. Take part in lively discussions and creative projects. Visit The Temple and the Breman Museum in Atlanta, and spend a day on KSU’s main campus. Deepen your knowledge and understanding of the Holocaust and its impact today. Think about the world in new ways.

This program is free and open to all high school students. Click here to view the flyer.


 What Summer Workshop alumni have said about their experience:

"The program for me has not only given me more information about the Holocaust, but it has given me a new perspective on how I view my life. I have not only gained knowledge through this program, but a new life experience."

"This workshop was a truly transcendent experience! It was so amazing getting to meet people who lived during World War II and listen to them talk about their experiences! I am so thankful to have been able to participate in this wonderful workshop!"

"The art project was amazing. All of the presentations were very informative and interesting."

"I really loved this workshop and honestly I hope to attend another workshop again."

 

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