Our Education Programs

Our programs serve the five-county area of Greater Philadelphia. They are appropriate for 5th – 12th grade students and we offer a variety of educational programs, including eyewitness testimonies, personal interactions with eyewitnesses, two live theater performances, and docent-led museum tours.

Survivor Presentation

Our Witness to History Project – Survivor Presentations provide Delaware Valley students and adults the opportunity to hear first-hand testimony from one of our Holocaust Survivors, Liberators, or Resistors. These eyewitnesses are the richest and...
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Witness To History Project

The Witness To History Project is designed to further the message and lessons of the Holocaust through direct interaction between students and Holocaust survivors. Participants adopt a survivor by learning their unique account by listening to them...
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HAMEC Theater Project

The HAMEC Theater Project is interactive experience that encourages critical thinking, compassion, and inquiry. The play offered is age appropriate for audiences ranging from 6th grade students to adults. The performance is appropriate for students...
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Virtual Tours & Exhibitions

Virtual Tours Our Museum houses the largest public collection of personal Holocaust artifacts in Philadelphia belonging to survivors, liberators, and resistors and their families. At this time, virtual tours are available and open to the...
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Recent Updates

In Memory of Natalie Sharf

In Memory of Natalie Scharf We mourn the passing of Natalie Scharf, Survivor and long time supporter of our mission. Ms. Scharf, whose Hebrew name...
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Arizona becomes 18th State to mandate Holocaust education.

Governor Ducey Signs Holocaust Education Bill July 9, 2021 PHOENIX — Governor Doug Ducey today signed legislation to ensure the next generation of Arizonans learns...
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In Memory of Michael Herskovitz

In Memory of Michael Herskovitz We mourn the passing of our Holocaust survivor speaker, HAMEC Board member, and dear friend Michael Herskovitz on May 30th...
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Wisconsin becomes 17th State to mandate Holocaust education.

Wisconsin becomes 17th State to mandate Holocaust education as Gov. Tony Evers signs bipartisan bill Wisconsin schools will be required to provide education on the...
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