At Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust, our educational philosophy is to engage students around artifact-based learning and intergenerational dialogue to fulfill our mission to educate, commemorate, and inspire. We welcome all teachers, educators, and community members to schedule a visit to our Museum for free docent-led tours and survivor speakers provided daily.

To learn more about scheduling a Museum visit for your group, click here. Survivor Talks hosted at the Museum every Sunday at 3pm are always available and free to the public.

If you are interested in inviting a Holocaust survivor to speak in your classroom, community center, or cultural institution, please review the below criteria prior to submitting an Off-Site Speaker Request form:

  • The school or sponsoring organization must provide transportation for the speaker
  • Speakers require a minimum of 45 minutes to speak
  • Request form must be submitted at least two weeks in advance of the event date
  • Suggested honorarium to Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust of $118

We aim to bring Holocaust education and survivor speakers to as many groups as possible, but cannot guarantee off-site speaking requests will be fulfilled. Please note that due to geographical distance, there is limited availability of survivor speakers outside of Los Angeles County.
 
For more information, please contact Nadia Cross, Education Coordinator, at 323-651-3704 or nadia@lamoth.org.