Yesterday’s World in Great Yarmouth are on a mission to make its museum even more fun for children in 2015 by adding new and interactive activities and displays.
To help them come up with ideas and inspiration they’re looking for a new member of their team and no one knows what kids like better than kids themselves!
So, they’re looking for a new Chief (Child) Ambassador to help them decide on new activities and displays to be added to the collection ready for 2015. This new role means than the successful candidate will get to see their own ideas come to life and have a very real say in what new things there are to see and do at the museum next year. The role will be perfect for someone who loves history and learning about how history helped shaped the world today. The ideal candidate will have at least 3 years’ experience in knowing how to have fun and an imagination that knows no bounds!
Yesterday’s World gives visitors of all ages the chance to discover over 150,000 nostalgic artefacts set in 20,000sq ft of themed areas plus virtual and interactive exhibits. Take a trip down memory lane and beyond and see one of the best social history collections in the country come to life before your very eyes. Ride on the full size Victorian Carousel completely free and then re-fuel in the Victorian Tea Room, named by the Times as ‘one of the top 50 best places to eat by the sea’ in their Best of Britain awards.
To be considered for the role of Yesterday’s World Chief (Child) Ambassador applicants must be aged eight or under on 1st March 2015 and have a really cheeky smile as they’ll be the face of the museum starring in a new promotional video. In return for all their hard work (well fun work!) the successful candidate will receive an annual pass to Yesterday’s world plus plenty of goodies.
Ben Rowe, General Manager at Yesterday’s World said, “We’re hoping to create an even better experience for children in 2015 at Yesterday’s World. Do they want more buttons to press? Things to pick up and feel? – or even a watershute that take them around the entire museum? – whatever it is, we want to use a child’s unhindered imagination to get a fantastic insight into what children actually want when they visit Yesterday’s World. We’ve got some amazing exhibits and atefacts – Our new ‘Chief’ Ambassodor will help us shape the way these are displayed going forward”.
To apply for the highly coveted position of Yesterday’s World Chief (Child) Ambassador candidates should write a covering letter of no more than 100 words explaining why they think they are perfect for the role and send it to email@example.com .
Applications close on September 30th 2014 and terms and conditions can be found at www.yesterdaysworld.co.uk or call 01493 331 148
Read our review of Yesterdays World here