The contents of our programs vary according to the participants and their needs. That said, we always provide actionable knowledge of antisemitism, its history, and how to address it; the Holocaust, how and why it happened, and why it still matters today; and the lived experience of antisemitism and antisemitic discrimination. We also like to cast spotlights on Jewish resistance during the Holocaust, and on the internal chaos and disorganization that characterized Nazism. You can read more about what makes our programs different here.
Our educational programs for students and our professional development programs for teachers are completely free of charge.
Our educational programs for students and our professional development programs for teachers all begin with a consultative process. You can start by reaching out to us on email@example.com!
We will set up a time to connect with you – over the phone, on Zoom, or in person. We want to build a relationship with you and your school. We will take the time to learn about any existing curricula and methods of teaching the Holocaust you may have. We will discuss the areas you might want to focus upon or expand.
This information enables us to create programs tailored to your school’s needs. Most of our programs consist of presentations and group activities, debates, and discussions. We aim to foster a critical attitude toward antisemitism in your school, and to disseminate knowledge about the Holocaust in innovative new ways. We will also supply you with materials you can use long after our programs have ended.
To begin planning your free program with The Ninth Candle, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
We occassionally hold events for teachers, students, and the public. To see what’s coming up, and to register for your place, please visit our calendar!