This April, AEJM organizes two MEST sessions on Online School Programmes: Primary Schools on 6 April (in collaboration with POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews) and Secondary Schools on 20 April (in collaboration with Jewish Museum London). Register now for the second event!   Best Practice from London Get to know best practice in online programming for Secondary Schools together with Fran Jeens, Interim Museum Director and former Director of Learning and Engagement, and… | Read more »

We would like to share with you an open call for a training opportunity aimed at small and midsized museums! DigiTraining is a Creative Europe funded capacity building programme that will provide cultural heritage institutions with new digital skills and necessary accompanying management tools. Upon successful application the participants will receive support and assistance to innovate and integrate new technologies in their organisations. The training is free of charge. 60 organisations will be selected to participate in the training programme on… | Read more »

Registration is open for the first global, online conference of the Council of American Jewish Museums – developed in partnership with AEJM. Conference dates are April 20, 21, 22, 27, & 28. Register now, and see the program lineup here. Thanks to all who are helping with this important partnership!

New on Job Opportunities!

Managing Director for the Jewish Museum of the City of Vienna Ges.m.b.H. Deadline: June 30th, 2021 Visit our Job Opportunities page for more information in English. For the advertisement in German, please visit the Wien Holding webpage.  

The POLIN Museum encourages communities around the world to learn about the events that took place on April 19th, 1943, and to share online what the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising means to you. Click here to find various materials and resources to help spread the campaign, as well as educational items that can be used for schools. You can also make your own daffodil – here is a template, instruction and video how to put your daffodil together.   Pictures were taken by POLIN Museum of… | Read more »