- MemoryBox Interviewer Program -
Become a MemoryBox Interviewer
MemoryBox interviewers are an international network of young leaders aged 15-30 helping protect Jewish and WW2 history worldwide. They hold the important job of learning about their community’s Jewish families’ stories directly from the families themselves. Interviewers will either reach out or be assigned a family to interview in their community. With the information collected, the interviewer will write a short story about the family, including pictures of meaningful family documents such as old certificates and photographs. Each interviewer has a tailored schedule with MemoryBox that works within their professional/educational requirements. Interviewers range from High Schoolers to College/Graduate School Students and working young professionals. Individuals from all faith backgrounds are welcome to apply.