MMOT Educational Workshops

Through workshops on topics including Civil Rights, the Holocaust, bullying, and the dangers of hate on social media, students, educators and law enforcement representatives will not only be educated, they will be moved. Teachers receive additional materials prior to their MMOT visit to prepare their students for the workshop and post visit to extend students’ learning about the topics covered in the program. Explore MMOT Workshops

Virtual Workshops & Speakers

Our educational workshops can also be made available in the classroom virtually. In addition to our educational workshops, the MMOT is privileged to connect classrooms with guest speakers who are survivors of the Holocaust and other genocides. Their powerful testimonies provide a one-of-a-kind opportunity for students to learn about history from those who experienced it first-hand. Guest Speakers

Teacher Resources

The MMOT Educational Workshops are designed to complement existing social studies curriculum. To maximize students’ learning, we offer teachers a variety of comprehensive instructional materials that bring home the conversations beyond the bus.

Community Events

The MMOT is a unique vehicle for stimulating community dialogue around critical issues including racism, bigotry, and anti-Semitism. Community members work alongside our education team to create state of the art learning programs aboard the bus. Community Events