Eastern Office Programs

Programs of the Eastern Office Include:

Government Advocacy Internship Program
The Simon Wiesenthal Center Government Advocacy Internship Program is in its second year as a one of a kind program in educating the next generation on the practical skills necessary to be effective leaders in Jewish communal advocacy. The program provides first-hand experience in the mechanics of state and municipal government, politics, media relations, inter-group relationship building, grassroots organizing, and other strategic necessities for real-time effective activism. The program serves college and graduate school-aged students from across the country.
For more information:
212-697-1293 / internship@wiesenthal.com


Arts and Lectures
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A full range of ongoing programs and events

Professional Development:
Targeting for educators, law enforcement officials, and state/local government practitioners and modeled after the successful Tools for Tolerance® Program at the Museum of Tolerance Los Angeles. Over 10,000 adults and young people have been trained in customized, professional development programs which include Tools for Tolerance®, Teaching Steps to Tolerance®, Task Force Against Hate, National Institute Against Hate Crimes, Tools for Tolerance for Teens® and Bridging the Gap.

Dorothy Gardner Adler State of Anti-Semitism Lecture:
The annual address has been generously endowed in perpetuity by Simon Wiesenthal Center Trustee Allen Adler named in honor of his mother.