DEI / Diversity in Local History Intern

January - June 2022

The Holocaust Center for Humanity seeks an intern to help develop a DEI Inreach & Implementation Plan, paid at a rate of $18/hr. This Plan will establish inward-facing, mission focused DEI goals in alignment with the Holocaust Center's strategic priorities. The project's purpose is to help sustainably center organizational culture around equity so that we may advance DEI in future educational work. 

This internship is funded by the Washington State Historical Society. The Intern will be working with the Holocaust Center for Humanity.

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Volunteer: Speakers Bureau and Virtual Field Trip Support

2021-2022 School Year

Two of the Holocaust Center for Humanity’s cornerstone education programs are the Speakers Bureau of Holocaust survivors and their descendants, and Field Trips which are being offered virtually.  For the Speakers Bureau, we seek volunteers to support presentations to both in-person and virtual groups.  For Field Trips, we would like volunteers to help with virtual tours. (You don't need to be an expert on the Holocaust and you won't even need to leave your house to help with virtual tours.)

See the full description and link to application HERE.  We will be accepting rolling applications throughout the school year.  Questions?  Please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Volunteer: Virtual Field Trip Docents

2021-2022 School Year

During the 2020-2021 school year, the Holocaust Center for Humanity adapted our popular field trip program to a virtual field trip that is accessed by students and teachers via Zoom in their homes or classrooms.  These virtual field trips (VFTs) allowed students to begin to understand the history of the Holocaust, and that their choices make a difference, through artifacts and stories from local Holocaust survivors. A knowledgeable docent highlights key stories, artifacts, images, and pivotal events featured in the exhibit and students are also able to ask questions.  Because of the overwhelming success of this program, the HCH seeks to gather and train more VFT docents to provide impactful presentations that students will remember.

See the full description and link to application HERE.  We will be accepting rolling applications throughout the school year.  Questions?  Please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

General

Volunteer: General Help 

As a growing non-profit, we are always in need of volunteers at events and around the office. If you are interested in joining a list for future opportunities as they arise, contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.