Taube Center’s new educational initiative 

Marta Eichelberger-Jankowska, head of the Taube Center’s education department, was invited to participate in the Erasmus+ project, which took place between February 27th and March 3rd in Kalamata, Greece.  Marta gave a presentation and led a workshop titled “Making Heritage Relevant,” in which she introduced the work of the European Association for the Preservation and […]

Ukrainian Pre-Taglit in Warsaw

In cooperation with Hillel Poland, the Taube Center organized a pre-Taglit (Birthright) program for 22 Ukrainian students and young adults on their way to Israel. This was the first time since the beginning of the war that a delegation from Ukraine was able to participate in a Taglit Birthright trip. The group celebrated Shabbat with […]

Kef Be Choref

Following the success of the 2022 Kef be Kayitz Summer Camp, the Taube Center once again collaborated with the JCC Warsaw, Hillel Poland, and the Office of the Chief Rabbi of Poland on Kef be Choref (Fun in the Winter) Camp. Hosted at the Lauder-Morasha School  and supported by the Jewish Community of Warsaw, the […]

New Translations of Taube Center Publications

In addition to the publication of the French and Spanish translations of our flagship resource, “1000 Years of Jewish Life in Poland: A Timeline,” the Taube Center, with financial support from the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs and private donors, has added a new resource to its educational toolbox. Working with a team of educators […]

The first study tour group in 2023

In January, we hosted 40 students from Weber High School in Atlanta, Georgia. This marks the third year of working with Dr. Rachel Rothstein and the school. The group’s program included guided study visits to the POLIN Museum, the Emanuel Ringelblum Jewish Historical Institute, the Galicia Jewish Museum, and Auschwitz-Birkenau. The participants enjoyed making pierogi, […]

Study Tour with Hillel at Stanford University

After a two-year break, a group of Hillel at Stanford students returned to Poland. Their visit began with a sightseeing bike tour through Warsaw. A dinner with the founders of the Wondering Women Foundation, refugees from Chechnya, allowed the group to delve deeper into the complexities of refugee life in Poland. The group traveled to Kraków, where they […]