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Mandel Teacher Fellowship Program
August 2000

The Education Division of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum is
pleased to announce the fifth year of the Mandel Teacher Fellowship Program.
This seven-year program is funded by a generous gift from the Mandel
Associated Foundations.

The Mandel Program is developing a national corps of skilled secondary
school teachers who can serve as leaders in Holocaust education in their
schools, communities, and professional organizations. For each year of the
program, up to 25 secondary school educators will be designated as Mandel
Fellows. They will participate in a five-day, all-expense paid summer
institute designed to immerse participants in advanced historical and
pedagogical issues. The fifth annual Institute will be held July 30 to
August 4, 2000.

Fellows are expected to use their Institute experience to create outreach
projects in their schools, communities, or professional organizations. In
May 2001, Fellows will attend a follow-up program with Museum staff to
assess the progress of educational activities and to continue their study of
the Holocaust. Fellows then may apply for funds to support projects that
promote teaching and learning about the Holocaust.

History and Social Studies teachers are encouraged to apply. However, other
content areas will be considered as well. It is expected that teachers will
have taught the Holocaust for a minimum of five years. Teachers must teach
in United States schools.

To request an application or more information, contact Allen Edwards,
Program Assistant, Mandel Teacher Fellowship Program, by phone (202)
314-7826, fax (202) 314-7888, e-mail: [email protected] or write to the
Mandel Teacher Fellowship Program, Education Division, United States
Holocaust Memorial Museum, 100 Raoul Wallenberg Place, SW, Washington, D.C.
20024. Applications can also be accessed after September 13, 1999 at the
web-site ( of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.

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