The Museum’s programs for professionals and student leaders are founded on the belief that a healthy society depends upon engaged citizens. By studying the choices made by individuals and institutions during the Holocaust, participants gain fresh insight into their own professional and individual responsibilities today.
Exploring the Role of the Judiciary in a Democratic Society
Judges were among those inside Germany who might have changed the course of history by challenging the legtimacy of the Nazi regime. The Museum’s program for judges illustrates why this history matters now. Learn More.
Preparing Military Leaders for an Increasingly Complex Future
By helping officers understand what went so wrong in the past, the Museum is preparing today’s military leaders to recognize the warning signs of genocide and to become agents of change in the world today. Learn More.
Examining Professional and Personal Responsibilities in a Democracy
Law enforcement in America plays a key role in safeguarding society. This groundbreaking program explores the lessons of the past and their implications for today. Learn More.
Bringing the Lessons of the Holocaust to Local Communities
Through the Museum’s Bringing the Lessons Home program, students explore the meaning of the Holocaust for their lives today and bring the lessons of this history to their own communities. Learn More.