Centropa Summer Academy
20th Century history, the Holocaust and Civil Society in The Global Classroom
International workshop for educators from the USA, Israel and Europe
July 6–13, 2020
For North American applicants: February 28.
For European and Israeli applicants: March 31.
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An Event Not to be missed!
Our participants will have the unique opportunity to spend 7 intensive days in Vienna, where they will add to their knowledge base on 20th century history, Holocaust and civil society, develop and sharpen their tech skills, and form partnerships with colleagues from 15 countries.
What teachers are saying about the CSA
“Centropa Summer Academy is a once in a lifetime trip. It is an educator’s dream: learning, collaborating, planning and resources. The Summer Academy was a place for me to meet teachers from around the world to see a different perspective of education and a variety of topics.” — Megan Kelly Houston, TX, USA
“For me, participating in the Summer Academy is one of the most important events of recent times. A true teacher is always learning. And participation in this conference is an invaluable opportunity to exchange experiences, learn new knowledge, techniques, and teaching materials.” — Marina Konstantinova Odessa, Ukraine
“I think almost every teacher attending CSA 2019 would agree that meeting the Kindertransport survivors was the most unforgettable experience that we had during the week. I really wish everyone had the opportunity to talk to Holocaust survivors, as the wisdom these people have is not something we can reproduce. We as teachers can teach whatever we want with whatever methods, even 100 lessons would not be able to give as much as a meeting like this can. I will be forever grateful for Centropa for providing us this opportunity.” — Eszter Minich Budapest, Hungary
“I loved the CSA because its focus was not on feeding me a lot of information to memorize but on providing me with an experience I will never forget. Through the CSA activities and people I met there, I developed a better understanding of the Jewish people and the devastating events of the 20th century. Before, this section of history and its people were far away, now they are close to home and I call people who have experienced the consequences firsthand my friends.” — Taci Allen Prosperity, SC, USA
“Before the CSA I thought that the Holocaust is much more important for Jewish educators, but after the CSA I know that it’s a subject that is important for different people, from different countries, who are passionate with making the world a better place.” — Michal Pozin-Gabai Nes Ziona, Israel
Meet our speakers
Research Programme Director, Vienna Wiesenthal Institute
+43 1 4090 971