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The Museum of Tolerance is a partner to schools in advancing anti-bias education, inclusion, and equity through unique professional development programs. Set in the immersive, experiential learning environment of the Museum of Tolerance, participants are challenged to examine the Holocaust in both historic and contemporary contexts, to confront all forms of prejudice and discrimination, and to assume responsibility for positive change. Every program features innovative methods to promote self-reflection, critical thinking, and action planning.
Programs are offered in 1 or 2-day formats. Lunch and materials are included. Limited funding for travel and/or accommodations for groups travelling from outside of Los Angeles (50+ miles) is also provided as permitted by the grant.
“This was an amazing opportunity and was very much needed for our staff on so many levels. The experiences reinvigorated my energy and determination to keep our work going.”
“[The experience] inspired me and gave me tools to take back to the classroom. I am excited and ready to show my students that they can take action to make an impact on their community and the world.”
“The experience was really life changing for me! I will not only inform (positively) the way I teach, but also the way I interact with the world. I am forever grateful.”
“Thank you so much! Staff at the Museum were very knowledgeable, welcoming, encouraging, and mindful. The experience was positive and impactful.”
“This was a life changing experience that I will always remember. It’s hard for me to really express in words what it meant to me. I appreciate all that you’ve done for us and I really appreciate how much thought you put into how you planned this session. It also filled me with the motivation to go back to my school and make some big and meaningful changes in the content I teach.”
PLEASE NOTE: The Museum of Tolerance will close early (3:30 PM) on October 20, 2019 and remain closed through October 22, 2019, for Shemini Atzeret and Simchat Torah.
The Museum is Closed Saturdays and Jewish Holidays. During the months of November - March, the MOT will close at 3:30pm on Fridays. Last entrance is 1:00pm.