Opportunities, Experiences and Resources

The MHHE Is proud to offer opportunities, experiences and resources to our KSU student community and beyond. Please click the following links to learn more about what we offer for university students and professors. Please contact Education Coordinator, Katy Matello below with any questions about our university offerings.

  • Enhance your students' learning journey this semester by immersing them in the rich exhibits that illuminate the historical significance of the Holocaust. Our museum offers flexible options, allowing you to customize your visit with a choice between self-guided exploration or an engaging tour led by our knowledgeable educators.

    To schedule a class tour that suits your curriculum and timetable, simply complete the reservation form below!

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  • The Museum of History and Holocaust Education offers competitive internships for students to gain experience and/or course credit for those who are currently enrolled as undergraduate or graduate students. As an intern, students gain practical experience in a professional environment. Internships are completed in spring (January-May), summer (June-July), and fall (August-December) semesters.

    To apply for an internship, please send a resume, cover letter, and contact information for two references to Education Coordinator, Katy Matello.

    In your letter of interest, specify if you are looking to gain overall museum experience or if you have interest in a particular area (curatorial, education, oral history, special projects):

    • Curatorial Internships: Aid with exhibition research and development.
    • Museum Education Internship: Work on educational programming for college level and K-12 outreach.
    • Oral History Internship: Work with the MHHE's oral history program that collects and documents the oral histories of Holocaust survivors and World War II veterans.
    • Special Projects Internship: Occasionally the MHHE will announce an internship for a special project.

    MARB Virtual Internship Collection

    During the summer and fall 2020 semesters, 23 interns from six universities around Georgia and the United States developed online learning modules for use in university classrooms.

  • Explore a transformative educational journey at the Museum of History and Holocaust Education. Accommodating groups up to 110, our program offers flexible scheduling, aligning with Georgia Standards of Excellence. Free guided tours by educators cater to 5th grade and above. Connect with K-12 Education Coordinator, Maddie Davis, for reservations. Discover special events like Homeschool Days and Online Lessons for engaging content.

    Contact Andrea Miskewicz at amiskewi@kennesaw.edu for more details.

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  • Explore dynamic learning opportunities with our university modules at the Museum of History and Holocaust Education. Developed by the Department of Museums, Archives, and Rare Books (MARB), these digital resources and learning modules enrich instruction in the United States and World History.

    Take a deeper look at class-length modules using Adobe Spark, Articulate, and Nearpod platforms, offering an engaging educational experience.

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  • Explore the following resources for more information about the Holocaust and World War II. To speak with a museum professional, email us today!

    *Please note that these websites are not hosted by the Museum of History and Holocaust Education.

    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum 
    The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C. has a wide range of resources appropriate for students studying the Holocaust.

    Yad Vashem 
    Yad Vashem: The World Holocaust Remembrance Center in Jerusalem has a number of bibliographies related to different themes and topics from the Holocaust.

    The Shoah Foundation 
    The Shoah Foundation at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles has a large collection of recorded Holocaust Survivor testimonies. For a free interactive tool to learn about utilizing Holocaust survivor testimonies, check out their iWitness program.

    The National WWII Museum
    The National WWII Museum in New Orleans is a Smithsonian affiliate with a variety of resources available to students on the K-12 level through the postgraduate level.

    The British Broadcasting Corporation presents an informative learning site with links to their archives and collections.

    Imperial War Museum
    The Imperial War Museum in England provides a variety of educational resources and experiences online.