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Get curious about careers!

Often, there is not enough time in careers lessons to explore a wide range of options.

What students really need is space to discover their skills, open up possibilities and explore their futures.

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The Curiosity Museum

A hands-on, touring, careers workshop that provides an inspiring introduction to the world of work for students aged 10+

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

The Curiosity Museum is a not-for-profit, touring, expert-led introduction to careers that helps young learners to focus on their interests as a starting point to working out their future plans.

Feeling curious? Get in touch 

If you have questions about the Curiosity Museum, email us at [email protected] or click here to book a friendly 20 minute chat.

We’ve extended our 10% Early Bird discount – book for our 2022-23 schools tour by the end of February 2022.

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

Student, Tenbury Ormiston Academy

“It’s like magic!”

Participant, Redditch Library

Ask us about our range of flexible pricing options.

What is the Curiosity Museum?

The Curiosity Museum is a hands-on, touring, careers workshop that provides an inspiring introduction to the world of work for students aged 10+

It’s a pop-up workshop-based experience for schools, education settings, or careers events and public spaces.  Our team inspire young people to get curious and start thinking about their futures through an explorative and creative process.

Starting with a museum of curious objects, the Curiosity Museum team lead participants through a fun and engaging coaching session that uncovers their skills and interests, taking their first steps on the path to employability.

It’s a hands-on, reflective process which works well for students with additional needs.

We can plan a mobile and creative careers session that is flexible to your needs. Find out more by viewing the Information Pack, get in touch with us at [email protected] or book a friendly 20 minute chat here.

Special offer! We’re offering a 10% Early Bird discount for all bookings made by Half Term – book by 28 February 2022.

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Popular Packages

Schools Package

5 x 45 min workshops working with up to 150 students in one day.

Events Package

15 min drop-in sessions, a less in-depth experience for up to 250 people in 8 hours.

“A really interesting, engaging and different way of opening up conversations about students’ futures.”

Lee Overton, Church Stretton School

“The workshop enabled students to explore their ideas, identify future goals and have FUN!”

Dee Waters, Hereford Academy

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Start your students’ careers journey by opening up new job ideas and pathways to employability that hit school targets and explore the full spectrum of employment, including STEM and creative careers.

The Curiosity Museum is a journey of self-discovery and critical thinking that helps young people to put together a plan and plants a seed of curiosity about career possibilities.

Safety first

In response to Covid-19 restrictions, the Curiosity Museum takes care to keep participants and staff safe. We’ll discuss the options available to you and make sure that the sessions comply with each venue’s safety measures. A full risk assessment of procedures is available on request.

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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.

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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Creative projects for curious people

Community Interest Company
Number: 10053841

Web Design © SJ&Co Creative