Through the David Labkovski Program, students become empowered to teach peers about the Holocaust and its history through art delving into areas of discrimination, bigotry, and antisemitism.
Now in its fourth year, the David Labkovski Project International Student Docent Training program is for middle and high school students to learn about the Holocaust in a way that transfers ownership and responsibility onto students so they can educate their peers.
The mission of the David Labkovski Project: Documenting History through Art is to engage students through Labkovski's artwork in order to begin constructive conversations about the dangers of hatred, bigotry, racism, and antisemitism.
Applicants need to apply for the program. The program is fully funded, and there is no fee to participate.