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Speakers Bureau
Holocaust Museum Houston offers presentations made by Holocaust survivors, members of the 2nd Generation and Museum staff members. Most presentations are a minimum of 45 minutes.

For-Fee Presentations:

  • “Through Their Eyes:  A Survivor’s Story.” These programs involve adult children of Holocaust survivors who weave their parents’ stories and videotaped testimonies into a 50-minute interactive, multimedia presentation for schools, organizations and corporations. A DVD player and projection screen must be available for these programs. 

  • Museum Staff Presentations. These presentations are made by staff members and include members of the Museum’s Education, Exhibits and Collection departments. 
Suggested Donation Presentations:
  • Holocaust Survivor Presentations. Some survivors of the Holocaust will speak to school or civic groups. Most survivors are not able to travel great distances and only accept engagements in which they speak for at least 45 minutes plus question-and-answer time. Survivors must be provided with round-trip transportation to the speaking site. Some survivors are available to speak via Skype. 

For schools, organizations and civic groups, please complete the Speaker Request Form below and return it by FAX to 713-942-7953 or by e-mail to speakers@hmh.org. If you represent a corporation or company, please contact the Museum's associate director of development, annual giving at 713-527-1612 to request a speaker.

 Speaker Request Form
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