Become a Regional Representative in D.C.

HRE USA has a national network of chapters with regional representatives who volunteer to serve as contact persons for human rights educators in their region, state or city. 

Spread the word – HRE USA has an opening for a DC Metro Area Regional Co-Representative!

Regional Representative Job Description:  

  • Serve as a “live-and-in-person” contact for area members to turn to with ideas, questions, and concerns.
  • Provide opportunities for members in your area to connect, share ideas, and support each other’s HRE efforts.
  • Provide HRE USA with an overview of regional members’ interests, needs, and concerns so that the network can better serve them.
  • Seek opportunities for adding new individual and organizational members.
  • Uphold the mission of HRE USA to promote human dignity, justice, and peace by cultivating an expansive, vibrant base of support for human rights education (HRE) within the United States.

If you are interested in becoming a regional representative in Washington, D.C. or in another city or region, contact Emily Farell, Coordinator for HRE USA Regional Representatives.

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Dallas Museum of Human Rights – Education Associate

Dallas Holocaust Museum/Center for Education and Tolerance is currently looking to fill a Human Rights educator position in the Education Department of the Dallas Holocaust Museum/Center for Education and Tolerance. Founded in 1984, the museum is dedicated to teaching the history of the Holocaust and advancing human rights to combat prejudice, hatred, and indifference. Located in Dallas’ Historic West End, the Museum hosted more than 86,000 visitors in 2017, among them 36,000 school children. The Education Associate position is responsible for assisting with educational programs, including educational outreach and creating human rights, civil rights, and genocide–related curricula for secondary grades.

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Position open with Teaching Tolerance

Location:  Montgomery, AL or Atlanta, GA office.
Deadline: Open until filled

DescriptionThe Teaching and Learning Specialist serves on the Teaching & Learning team within Teaching Tolerance. As a team member the specialist helps to develop programming and teacher resources for print and web publication, supports online and in-person professional development activities and strategic partnerships, analyzes the impact of our programming and ensures that TT publications reflect best practices in anti-bias education. The Specialist ensures that our team is consistently operating in a way that allows us to design and deliver the highest impact professional development programming to advance teachers’ skills and effectiveness in our content areas.

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