Kooperationspratika der Universität Potsdam: Anne Frank Haus in Buenos Aires

Foto: Centro Ana Frank Buenos Aires

The Anne Frank House is an independent organization in charge of preserving the Back House, the place where Anne Frank was hidden during World War II and where she wrote her diary. The memory of Anne Frank tries to be a source of inspiration to motivate all people to reflect on the dangers of anti-Semitism, racism and discrimination, as well as the importance of freedom, equality of rights and democracy. It’s part of the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam where Anne Frank hid from Nazi persecution with her family and four family friends. We work with young volunteers from the age of 14 years on receiving mostly school groups which deal with Anne’s story, the 2nd World War and the Holocaust transmission.

Foto: Vick Bufano via Unsplash


A unique interactive pedagogical experience that creates a space for reflection, learning and exchange. The activities are led by the muse-um’s team of young volunteers.The dissemination of Anne Frank‘s life story through innovative educa-tional materials and exhibits is intended to:

  • Promote democratic values, human rights and cultural diversity and trying to achieve these objectives with the preparation and support of students.
  • Provide innovative educational materials and training programs - to students and their teachers - that will facilitate the process of reflection between the past and the present.
  • Create learning environments (of non-formal education) in which adolescents and young people can reflect on the local history of violence and civil wars through a pedagogy of memory.
  • Create awareness about past and present discrimination prob-lems, to which young people with different social and cultural cha-racteristics must face.
  • Promote a culture of peace and prevention of violence among young people around the world.

Date of foundation: Since 2000, travelling exhibitions have been designed about Anne Frank‘s life; in 2009 the house was opened.


Foto: Vick Bufano via Unsplash

Volunteer Guide at the Anne Frank House

We work with youngsters from the age of 14 years on, receiving mostly school groups which deal with Anne’s story, the 2nd World War and the Holocaust transmission.


Your profile

  • Jewish, Educational, Culture, or Social Studies, Law, History, Communication, Philosophy (with emphasis on human rights) and other related studies
  • Spanish (B1) + English (C1) or Spanish (C1)


Your tasks

  • Work as a guide
  • Work within all areas of the museum
  • Obligatory attendance of a peer guide training in preparation for the work in the museum



Travel allowance will be provided. The International Office will support the intern with finding an accommodation. Opportunity to apply for the PROMOS scholarship: https://www.uni-potsdam.de/international/outgoing/finanzen/promos.html



All year long (except December - February) Application for the following year.



Please fill out our online application form and upload your application documents (in English or Spanish, addressed to Daniela Graizewski) there as well until November 1st: https://potsdam.moveon4.de/form/5c3867be85fb96217f56346a/deu

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