Look for our exciting Educational Programming!

Details to follow! Coming Summer 2015! Call us for more information. 412-421-1500


Employment Opportunity!

The Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh seeks new Director

Position Overview: The Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh seeks a dynamic, inspired leader as Director. Slated to acquire publicly accessible exhibit and office space, the Director will guide the Center to reach out to both a Jewish and non-Jewish audience and become a regional destination for Holocaust Education and Research. The Director will oversee a professional staff of approximately 7 FTEs and, together with volunteer leadership, will develop the Holocaust Center into an institution with a strong visitor base and off-site formal and informal regional education and awareness programs. Read more.







We must maintain the momentum behind our work in your community.  Please consider a gift to this year’s Annual Friends Campaign through our secure online donation page so that we can respond to every request for help teaching the powerful lessons of the Holocaust.



April 15th, Wednesday, 7 p.m. (Doors open at 6 p.m.) Heinz Hall 2015 Yom Hashoa Commemoration

Yom Hashoa, or Holocaust Remembrance Day, is the day set aside to remember the approximately six-million Jewish victims of the Holocaust. The Holocaust Center hosts a community-wide commemoration that includes all the traditional components and a candle-lighting ceremony.For more information or to RSVP please contact Samantha Chilton at: schilton@holocaustcenterpgh.org or 412.421.1500 x102

April 19th Waldman International Arts & Writing

Join us from 10:30AM-2PM at the Andy Warhol Museum for the Waldman International Awards and Recognition event. Click here to reserve your free admission. For more information contact Emily Sabol at: info@holocaustcenterpittsburgh.org or by calling 412.421.1500 x108.

Contact us at 412.421.1500 for more information about these events!