Holocaust Resource Center
Updated Contact Information and Hours of Operation for Fall 2020
Days: Monday and Tuesday (on-campus in the HRC, Library 206) / Wednesday, Thursday, Friday (remote)
Hours: 8:30am - 4:30pm
For help with the Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Teaching the Holocaust and Prejudice Reduction, ID1800 dual-credit course (including student registration and payment), or the Diversity Council, please contact Sarah Coykendall, Managing Assistant Director, at (908)-737-4632 or email@example.com
For help with General Inquiries, Testimony Collection, Commemorations and Events, or Resources, please contact Spencer Martin, Collections Coordinator, at (908)-737-4660 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The HRC was established in 1982 to foster and reinforce ongoing awareness of the Holocaust among students, teachers and community members. From its inception, the Foundation's founders recognized education as the integral driving force behind the organization.
Today, the Center continues to honor its founders by promoting messages of respect, understanding and empowerment. We fulfill our educational mandate in three ways: collections, commemorative events and teacher training.
HRC programs and resources align with the New Jersey State Mandate on Holocaust Education. Through our various initiatives, we seek to learn from the past in order to create a better future.
The Holocaust Resource Center team is honored to be a Jewish Foundation for the Righteous Holocaust Center of Excellence. Membership in this privileged cohort provides our educators with access and scholarships to participate in the JFR's world class seminars and institutes. For more information about the JFR, please visit: www.jfr.org