The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum invites you to the Arthur and Rochelle Belfer National Conferences for Educators.
The conference is free to pre-service teachers, middle and high school educators, and community college faculty interested in teaching about the Holocaust. While the conference is designed for educators with less than five years experience teaching about the Holocaust, educators with more experience are also invited to attend.
There will be three different sessions.
Session I: Wednesday, July 7–Friday, July 9
The 2021 Belfer National Conference for Educators is free to secondary school and community college faculty interested in teaching about the Holocaust using resources from the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
Session II: Wednesday, July 28–Friday, July 30
Belfer Alumni Next Steps National Conference for Educators is open to Belfer alumni.
Session III: Monday, August 2–Tuesday, August 3
The 2021 Belfer National Conference for Holocaust Education Partners is free to school administrators, curriculum coordinators, librarians, curriculum developers, CHEC partners, HITE professors, online curriculum providers, international Museum partners, or other Holocaust education partners.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the conferences will be virtual events. Virtual event access details will be provided in your email registration confirmation.
The Arthur and Rochelle Belfer National Conferences are made possible by a generous grant from the Arthur and Rochelle Belfer Foundation.