Holocaust Education Program in need of volunteers
KENNESAW‚ Ga. (July 6‚ 2007) — The Kennesaw State University Holocaust Education Program (HEP) is…
Georgia (Jul 6, 2007) — Holocaust Education Program in need of volunteers
Contact: Director of University Relations
Frances Weyand Harrison
Writer: Mashaun Simon‚ 770−423−6203
KENNESAW‚ Ga. (July 6‚ 2007) — The Kennesaw State University Holocaust Education Program (HEP) is looking for individuals to volunteer their time for the upcoming exhibit season.
In partnership with the Atlanta History Center‚ HEP is presenting three new signature exhibitions: The Butterfly Project‚ Parallel Journeys and V for Victory: Georgia Remembers World War II. Volunteers are needed to ensure that those visiting the exhibits have an enjoyable and educational experience‚ and will serve in a wide range of positions including front door greeters and docent tour guides.
Whether a high school senior or a senior citizen‚ everyone is encouraged to volunteer at the exhibition. Training will be provided. If interested‚ please call Debra Day at 678−797−2083 or send an e−mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The HEP is funded by the Marcus Foundation and is housed in the history and philosophy department at Kennesaw State. Directed by Catherine Lewis‚ associate professor of history‚ the HEP's mission is to provide exhibitions and public programs that promote diversity‚ build character and encourage respect.
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