When we need you:
Daily between Thursday 4 October and Thursday 1 November
Newcastle City Library, Charles Avison Building , 33 New Bridge Street West , Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne & Wear, NE1 8AX
Would you like to:
Learn more about Anne Frank and the Holocaust?
Help visitors to understand about discrimination in Britain today?
Improve your public speaking skills?
Gain valuable experience for your CV?
Meet new friends and be part of a community festival?
The Anne Frank Trust is looking for volunteers to show visitors around an exhibition at Newcastle City Library in October. Anne Frank (+ You) is about the life of Anne Frank, a Jewish girl who went in to hiding from the Nazis during World War II. The exhibition links her life to the racism and prejudice that we still have in society today, and is going to be used to educate school children and member of the public about these issues. No previous knowledge of Anne Frank or this period of history is required. If you would like to volunteer you will receive full training on how to show people around the exhibition and will be asked to volunteer whenever you can in October 2012. If interested please e-mail Grace Dunne, North East Regional Co-ordinator for the Anne Frank Trust (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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