The Center for Holocaust, Human Rights & Genocide Education at Brookdale Community College is a Registered Professional Development Provider with the NJ State Department of Education. Teachers taking courses, workshops and seminars with us will be issued appropriate forms for submitting to local, county, and state committees as stipulated in the Professional Development regulations.
The programs, services, resources and expertise of the Center staff are available for teachers to help them in directly addressing issues such as bullying, hatred, and abuses of general human dignity.
The Center's newest programs bring the services and resources of the Center directly into your school. To find out more, go to In-School Programming. To schedule a program for your school, contact Dale Daniels, Executive Director, at
. Other Center programs developed for students include:
Catherine Woolf Student Leadership ConferenceAnnual ColloquiumLuna Kaufman Writing and Art ContestTo Tomorrow's ChildrenConsequences of Hate and Bias in Our Community: A Program for Juveniles
Visit the Teacher Resource Room at the Center which contains curricula, lesson plans and study guides. Contact the Center to make plans to meet with a Center educator.
Click here for information on becoming a Teacher Member of the Center. Each level of membership comes with materials specifically designed by the education staff of the Center. Thank you for your support!
Please contact us to be added to our teacher mailing list.