Travel opens the door to far more than experiencing the world; it opens the door to your own soul; to experiencing who you are in the world. From a Holocaust history perspective, travel allows us to not only know about the places we study, but to also walk the same street, touch the same walls, and smell the same air as the people we learn about...people who often did not survive to tell their own stories.
We provide two distinct travel opportunities. One is for teachers to travel in small educational intensive study groups as they become true scholars of this subject while sharing experiences and developing lessons with other educators. The other is for students, families, and community groups to be able to travel in groups with similar levels of knowledge and shared interests in an effort to become witnesses for a world that will soon not have any living survivors to bear witness to the world of what they saw and experienced.