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August 24, 2016
IWitness Prepares for Third Year of Junior Intern Program
From the Visual History Archive
Michael Preisler on Saint Kolbe
Impact in Profile
Meet Kim Kerwin
USC Shoah Foundation is now accepting applications from students interested in working with testimony for the third year of the Institute’s Junior Intern Program.LEARN MORE...
Holocaust survivor Michael Preisler describes how Father Maximilian Kolbe volunteered to take the place of a man who was to be killed at Auschwitz for attempting to escape. Kolbe was locked in a bunker without food or water for two weeks before he was finally killed by lethal injection.MORE CLIPS...
Kim Kerwin was one of a select group of teachers who participated in USC Shoah Foundation’s first three-day ITeach Institute in Michigan last week, and she walked away from the training inspired to incorporate testimony into her classes at St. Fabian Catholic School.LEARN MORE...