The Holocaust Center for Humanity is dedicated to promoting diversity, multiculturalism and inclusion. We are committed to reflecting these values in our staff and leadership and invite qualified applicants of any race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity, or background to apply.
Chief Executive Officer
The Holocaust Center for Humanity is seeking its next Chief Executive Officer. Since 1989, the Center has taught the history of the Holocaust to ensure that the victims' stories inspire positive action. The Center works to help keep the memory of millions alive and to promote a better future. See details and apply.
Full-time position, hybrid.
We are seeking a mission-driven Development Manager with a passion for relationship building and a growth mindset. Using best practices and a combination of a donor-centered and community-centric approach, the Development Manager will help execute development activities in conjunction with a comprehensive program to individual giving. Together with the Development team, the Development Manager is responsible for retaining our existing donors, while working to upgrade and grow our donor base. The Development Manager is instrumental in working with the Director of Development to build and implement the Center’s fundraising and communications plan. See details.
Volunteer: Education Tech Partners
Two of the Holocaust Center for Humanity’s cornerstone education programs are the Speakers Bureau of Holocaust survivors and their descendants, and Field Trips. The Center has a busy schedule of programs in Spring 2023 and we are interested in dependable, tech-savvy volunteers to help our docents and speakers succeed. 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 visits -- what we call VFTs.