Workshops on the Holocaust

Photo of people attending the workshop.

Visit the Directors’ Workshops page to register for online webinars and to access a multitude of teaching resources:

Contact workshop directors Karen Klaich (eastern NC) and Juanita Ray (western NC) for more information.


To register and learn more about the programs, visit the Directors' Workshops page and contact workshop directors.

SPRING 2023 Workshops and Webinars

  • January 23, 7-8pm. Webinar via Zoom. Understanding the Jewish Background to Elie Wiesel's Night.
  • February 9, 7-8pm. Webinar via Zoom. Connecting the Past to the Present: Teaching the Holocaust to Empower Youth to Be Allies and Upstanders.
  • February 28, 7-8:30pm. Webinar via Zoom. This Edge of the Wedge: Using Theater to Teach about the Holocaust.
  • March 21, 8:30am - 3:45pm. In-person workshop. Cary, NC (The Webster Center for Professional Learning). Anti-Semitism, Denial, and Distortion. (Substitute pay provided.]
  • March 28, 7-8:30pm. Webinar via Zoom. Remembering Jewish Resistance: The Tuchyn Story.
  • April 6, 7-8:30pm. Webinar via Zoom. Life after the Holocaust: Displaced Persons and Refugees.
  • April 20, 8:00am - 3:30pm. In-person workshop. Boone, NC (Watauga High School). Foundational Lessons for Teaching the Holocaust. (Substitute pay provided.]

Interested in hosting a Holocaust workshop for teachers in your district? Visit our FAQs page.

Media Coverage

Holocaust Council workshops

Other survivor presentations
See Speakers and Survivors for referrals to survivors who will speak to students and other groups.

Photo: Holocaust workshop in Greenville, March 2016.