Q. What are STAJE seminars?
A. STAJE is an acronym for Shoah Teaching Alternatives in Jewish Education. STAJE seminars offer professional development in Holocaust education for teachers in Jewish schools

Q. I am a part-time teacher in a congregational school. May I attend STAJE seminars?
A. Absolutely! All teachers in Jewish schools are welcome to our STAJE seminars during the school year. We also have a three-day summer seminar for which admission is by application only.

Q: Is there a fee?
A:  The seminars are free but registration is required. Admission to the summer seminar is by application.

Q: How often are STAJE seminars held?
A: STAJE seminars are held several times a year. Check back regularly to see updated information about dates and topics.

Q: Can I attend more than one STAJE seminar?
A: Since the STAJE seminars are professional development opportunities, teachers are encouraged to attend as many as are useful for them.

Q: Is there any certification given for attending?
A: There is no special certification, but a letter of attendance can be provided upon request.


TOP: Artifact donor Edith Rosenbaum with teacher and teenage boy on Yom HaShoah. Photo by Melanie Einzig.

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