Seminars or workshops (including virtual/hybrid) for junior high and high school, or certain professions such as security forces, clergy, journalists, civil servants. Guided virtual tours are also included.
Not for development of stand-alone curricula. The Claims Conference does not provide funding to subsidize student trips to authentic Holocaust sites.
Seminars or workshops for formal or informal educators as well as for influencers like museum executives and government officials that are for a minimum of 2 days (may be non-consecutive).
In-service educators only who are in the position to use the subject in a related educational setting; pre-service and retired educators are excluded.
The training is intended for formal or informal educators as well as for influencers like museum executives or government officials. The visit must be part of a larger preparatory enrichment program.
To be eligible for funding, the itinerary for the visit must be pre-approved by the Claims Conference. Educator training must be in-service training; pre-service and retired educators are excluded.
Educational programs that do not fit in the above sub-categories.
For questions, contact NYAllocAdmin@claimscon.org (for all countries other than Israel) or REDIsrael@claimscon.org (for grants within Israel only) to discuss proper categorization for your application.