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8401 Montgomery Rd. ●Cincinnati, OH  45236 ● ● 513.487.3055


Description of Organization: 

The Center for Holocaust and Humanity Education (CHHE) educates about the Holocaust, remembers its victims and acts on its lessons. Through innovative programs and partnerships, CHHE challenges injustice, inhumanity and prejudice, and fosters understanding, inclusion and engaged citizenship. The Center trains teachers and clergy, produces academic research, sustains permanent and traveling exhibits, and offers a variety of programs and educational resources for the Greater Cincinnati community.


Qualifications Sought:

  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Critical thinker
  • Creative
  • Professional attitude
  • Well-organized
  • Willingness to work as part of a team
  • Interest in learning more about the Holocaust and human rights education

Job Title:

Education Assistant


Job Description:

Love learning? Love teaching others? If your answers were yes, then this position is for you! CHHE is seeking an Education Assistant to help research, design, and create education materials to accompany our traveling exhibits. Included with this position, will be:

  1. Create a timeline for debut of updates and educational materials.

  2. Evaluate previously created and outdated versions of educator guides.

  3. Update and design classroom activities that will engage and encourage direct use/interaction with the exhibit.

  4. Locate and purchase additional resources that relate to an exhibit’s theme and enhance the educator guides’ content.

  5. Develop marketing materials to accompany exhibit.

  6. Brainstorm various organizations, schools, etc. outside the Cincinnati that would be interested in hosting traveling exhibits.

  7. Additionally, the Workum intern will have the opportunity towards the beginning of their internship to support and participate in The Roma and Sam Kaltman Holocaust Studies for Educators. A graduate course, which trains area educators to teach the Holocaust. 


This position requires an individual willing to take initiative and possessing a strong interest in history. While the intern will receive direction, they should also have the ability to work independently and possess quality writing and research skills. Ability to conduct oneself in a professional manner required. The student will have the opportunity to connect with area Holocaust survivors and eyewitnesses during this internship.



The Education Assistant will be supervised by Trinity Ruggles, Education Coordinator. Weekly meetings will be organized to set objectives and monitor progress.  The Workum intern will work closely with the other staff at The Center, and will also have the opportunity to be independent and self-directed.



Updated January 2017