Hate Ends Now Tour
An NCSY and Shadowlight partnership
Full Time Team Lead Educator Position
ShadowLight and Southern NCSY are looking to fill an exceptional and exciting role of Team Lead Educator who will direct this years Hate Ends Now Tour.
This person will have the opportunity to travel with our one-of-a- kind, fully immersive, powerful, 360-degree exhibit inside of a replica WWII cattle car to high school and university campuses and public spaces throughout the United States and Canada and embark on a transformative experience for themselves and for the students whose lives they touch.
Last year, we educated 35,000+ students throughout Ontario, N. and S. Carolina, Georgia and Florida and this year we are expanding our reach further and deeper.
The impact of this unique exhibit is unbelievable. We are looking for a full time staff member to run this experience and truly make a difference for one year's time.
If you enjoy travelling, teaching, learning and growing and are passionate about Holocaust education and making a difference, please apply.
The Cattle Car: Stepping In and Out of Darkness is an immersive, 360-degree multimedia exhibit dedicated to educating people about the Holocaust.
Created by young leaders, the exhibit is traveling to over 50 university and high school campuses throughout North America as part of the Hate Ends Now Tour in partnership with Southern NCSY. It aims to preserve the memories of the Holocaust as the number of survivors dwindle and their voices become increasingly muted. The exhibit, which is fully contained inside a full-sized WWII cattle car replica, will help tens of thousands of students learn from the past and make a difference in the present.
With racism and discrimination on the rise and Holocaust education at an all-time low, this exhibit is timely. It is essential that we educate citizens about the terrible consequences of hatred and intolerance. As the world promised over 75 years ago, we must never forget.
- Give tours of the exhibit
- Create and provide the whole educational experience for the visitors
- Provide a pre and post educational tour discussion, encouraging visitors to use critical thinking, and an understanding of social justice, diversity and acceptance.
- Keep track of groups and make sure everything is running according to schedule
- Travel with the cattle car exhibit throughout designated locations in the United States and Canada
- Act as Team Lead including organizing the group, giving directions, interacting with stakeholders, answering questions and making problem solving in difficult situations
Qualifications and Skills
- Comfortable with public speaking
- Takes initiative
- Internally driven
- Team player
- Passionate about the Holocaust, social justice and education
- Works well in a dynamic environment
- Ability to travel
- Accomodations and travels expenses are covered
- Experience with education is preferred
- Pursuing or completed a Bachelor's Degree
$40,000.00 - $50,000.00 based on experience
If interested please contact Jordana Lebowitz at [email protected] and Raizie Weissman: [email protected]