New Location

AHEC staff is currently working from our new location on Highland Avenue, with teacher and community programs being hosted on-site. We are currently taking limited group tours and will be open by appointment to the general public soon. For more information, contact us at or 205.795.4176.

Teaching With Stories – Phenix City

Monday, January 13, 2020
8:00 am – 3:00 pm* (NOTE:  Eastern Standard Time)
(Registration 7:30-8:00 am)

Troy University, Phenix City
Riverfront Campus Building, Room 213 (2nd Floor)
1510 Whitewater Avenue / Phenix City, AL  36867


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Guests are welcome to use the Riverfront Campus Parking Lot for the duration of the event.
Please note that the front aisle of parking spaces are reserved for TROY students and employees ONLY.
For overflow parking, please use the Whitewater Avenue Parking Garage across the street.
Guests may NOT park their vehicles in undesignated parking places (on the grass, sidewalk, curb, etc.) or at an adjacent place of business. They will be at the risk of being ticketed or towed by the respective business owner.



Three young Germans – all born within four years of each other – each had a different experience during the Holocaust. Two survived and made their home in Alabama.

  • Robert May, Camberg, Germany, born 1926
  • Ruth Siegler, Sinzenich, Germany, born 1927
  • Anne Frank, Frankfurt, Germany, born 1929

You will:

  • Learn to teach the history of the Holocaust using survivor stories.
  • Appreciate historical context and its impact on individual lives.
  • Explore the the difficulties of emigration and America’s position during the Holocaust.



Six (6) hours of CEU credit upon completion.



  • Facilitated by AHEC educators
  • Registration REQUIRED
  • Open to Alabama teachers in grades 6-12
  • FREE to all teachers ($25 registration fee will be refunded upon attendance)
  • Substitute reimbursement paid up to $80/day
  • Light breakfast and lunch will be served


Alabama Holocaust Commission
Alabama Humanities Foundation
Hill Crest Foundation