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"I can't stress how important I think it is for our students to be educated about our history and respective cultures and backgrounds. Thank you very much!.” ~Kyle (teacher)
Marc Adelman is a staff member of the Holocaust Awareness Museum Education Department. Marc joined the museum in January 2009. Marc is an energetic committed teacher devoted to the programming of the Holocaust Awareness Museum and particularly the Holocaust Survivor Outreach Program.
Marc is dedicated to the education of students, young and old, for the purpose of perpetuating the history of the Holocaust so that its lessons are not forgotten and live on for future generations.
Marc earned a B.A. in Liberal Arts at Temple University with concentrations in social welfare and history. Marc worked for the B’nai Brith Youth Organization as a Regional Director and as a volunteer for Temple University sponsored studies on the homeless of Philadelphia. Marc is currently writing his memoir and fiction emphasizing the importance he places on witnessing, recognizing, and then recording the life cycles of living history.