Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh

Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh

Inspiring engagement with Holocaust history and connecting it to today.
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The Holocaust Center is located at 826 Hazelwood Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15217.

We are open to visitors Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m unless otherwise noted on our calendar.

We recommend that visitors be in grades six or above. Most of our exhibits are not graphic, but the content is not appropriate for young children. School groups should call ahead to make a reservation.

We offer guided tours to groups of five or more who make arrangements in advance with our staff.

Questions? Making a reservation? Call us at 412-421-1500 or email at info@hcpgh.org.

 


Programs

Education
Education
The Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh is the area’s main provider of materials about the Holocaust. Get connected with speakers, books, training and videos.
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Volunteering
Volunteering
We regularly look for volunteers for to work with programs, exhibitions, and our library of 3000 books.
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Exhibitions
Exhibitions
The Holocaust Center space features a gallery space with permanent and rotating exhibitions.
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Waldman International
Waldman International
The Holocaust Center co-sponsors the Waldman International Arts and Writing Competition, which awards scholarships to middle and high school students. Accepting entries until Jan 3, 2018.
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Internships
Internships
The Holocaust Center offers internships during the summer and academic year. Past internships have included educational programming, exhibitions, and collections management.
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Bar/Bat Mitzvah Twinning
Bar/Bat Mitzvah Twinning
The Holocaust Center helps Bar and Bat Mitzvahs to identify and learn about, and honor a child of the Holocaust.
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Events
Events
Throughout the year, we host numerous events in our space and across the Pittsburgh area.
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Chutz-Pow!
Chutz-Pow!
Chutz-Pow! Superheroes of the Holocaust honors Holocaust survivors, resistance fighters and liberators by transforming the traditional model of Holocaust education into an interactive storytelling experience.
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Acknowledgements

We would like to thank the following entities for their generous contributions:

 

The Chosky Foundation

Steel Tree

 

The Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh is an Affiliated Organization of The Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh.