Field Trips

To learn more about our Field Trip programs contact us at HERC@MilwaukeeJewish.org.

From Ignorance and Fear to Knowledge & Understanding: Jews, Judaism, & the Holocaust (FIF) (2021 dates pending)

This 3 part program includes:

  •   Judaism & the Synagogue
  •   History of Antisemitism
  •   Personal Holocaust Survivor Testimony

2019-2020 FIF Dates (All programs are held at a Milwaukee area synagogue from 9:30am-12pm)

  • •  Thursday, March 19, 2020
  • •  Thursday, April 23, 2020
  • •  Thursday, May 7, 2020
  • •  Thursday, May 14, 2020

*A $30 non-refundable deposit to hold your group’s reservation is required.

Local Faces of Resilience: Lessons from the Holocaust for today

Local Faces of Resilience: Lessons from the Holocaust for today will be displayed at the Jewish Community Center from September 26-November 26. This photography exhibition honors 16 local Holocaust survivors, some of whom have since passed after the photograph was taken.  

To maximize this experience for your students, we would like to offer the opportunity for school groups to go through the exhibit and then sit for a workshop titled, “Context of the Holocaust.” The workshop, paired with the exhibit, will offer a unique opportunity to learn Holocaust history while making individual connections with local survivor stories.  

This opportunity will be offered starting Monday, October 11 and run through Wednesday, November 24. The program will be offered select Sundays to accommodate religious school groups.  

If you are interested in scheduling this program, please contact Sam Goldberg at SamG@MilwaukeeJewish.org with your class size and preferred date and time.  

Field Trip to the Illinois Holocaust Museum & Education Center 

Join HERC Educators on a visit to the Illinois Holocaust Museum & Education Center in Skokie, Illinois for their docent-led museum program “In Our Voices”.

*A discounted $5 per student Museum entrance fee is required. Travel subsidies are available.

Pinat Hatikvah: A Corner of Hope

HERC Educators and Holocaust survivors will recount the history and stories of the Holocaust in this contemplative outdoor setting located at the Harry & Rose Samson Family Jewish Community Center in Whitefish Bay.

*Free of charge.