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The Curiosity Museum Online

 

Supercharge your careers lessons

Imagine starting your careers lessons with young people who are inspired, enthusiastic and have a personalised action plan to support them as they start to think about careers.

After experiencing the Curiosity Museum Online, 89% of students reported a greater awareness of career options

Open doors & explore job options

In development now, The Curiosity Museum Online is a new and inspiring digital space where students aged 10+ can discover the world of work.

It’s designed to help students investigate a wide spectrum of jobs, open up suitable options and give them the tools to build future career success.

Students take part in a self-guided process which uses curiosity to build motivation and confidence, supporting them to create a personalised action plan. The process is focussed on each person’s unique skills, ambitions and interests, helping them to discover jobs which appeal to them.

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Get a discount by being a Beta Tester

The Curiosity Museum Online is in development and we’re recruiting Beta Testers to try it out. In return for your feedback, we’re offering a discounted fee for the finished product.

To find out more, get in touch with us by email at [email protected] or book a friendly 20 minute chat here.

How does the Curiosity Museum work?

Students are guided through a powerful career coaching process that gets to the heart of what they are good at and what they enjoy. The Curiosity Museum follows a game-like format for maximum engagement.

Each young learner’s personalised action plan has a research and development pathway to follow and includes short films made with young adults in the early part of their careers, making the job experience they talk about relevant and relatable to secondary school pupils.

The Curiosity Museum increases career motivation in 70% of demotivated students

 

Choosing options in the Curiosity Museum
The Curiosity Museum Live in action

Our experience

The Curiosity Museum Online was developed from our successful, live in-school experience. For three years, we’ve been running the Curiosity Museum Live in secondary schools. It’s a hands-on, touring, careers workshop that provides an inspiring introduction to the world of work for students aged 10+. Visit the Curiosity Museum Live page to find out more.

 

Who’s behind the Curiosity Museum?

The Curiosity Museum is a project by social enterprise Equal Vision CIC.

Equal Vision’s mission is to create inspiring and exciting cultural programmes in response to real issues such as rural isolation and social mobility. We believe that art has the power to enrich lives – raising aspirations, building stronger communities and breaking down barriers.

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What makes you curious?

We would like to thank our funders for their generous support for this programme; Arts Council England, National Lottery, the European Regional Development Fund and the Joanies Fund.

 

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“This has been the best day I have ever had in school.”


Year 10 Student, Tenbury Ormiston Academy

Equal Vision CIC Ltd
2018-02-20T17:35:56+00:00

Year 10 Student, Tenbury Ormiston Academy

“The Curiosity Museum encouraged pupils to reflect on their hopes and dreams. I noticed a tremendous number of young people not simply enjoying but completely lost in the moment of learning.”


Adrian Price, Principal Tenbury High Ormiston Academy

Equal Vision CIC Ltd
2018-02-20T17:36:18+00:00

Adrian Price, Principal Tenbury High Ormiston Academy

“In a world where knowledge is one click away, the Curiosity Museum playfully helps young people better understand the world and their part in it.”


Stephen Wilson, Former Arts Development Officer, Worcestershire County Council

Equal Vision CIC Ltd
2018-02-20T17:36:42+00:00

Stephen Wilson, Former Arts Development Officer, Worcestershire County Council

“The Curiosity Museum helped our Year 9s to explore their ideas and find out what they needed to do to achieve their future goals in a safe, non-judgemental environment and have FUN!”


Dee Waters, Careers Adviser, Hereford Academy

Equal Vision CIC Ltd
2018-08-31T08:55:33+01:00

Dee Waters, Careers Adviser, Hereford Academy

“Thank you so much for coming in yesterday. I thought it was a really interesting, engaging and most importantly, different way of opening up the conversation about student’s futures.”


Lee Overton, Post 16 Adviser, Church Stretton School

Equal Vision CIC Ltd
2018-08-31T08:56:25+01:00

Lee Overton, Post 16 Adviser, Church Stretton School

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