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Young People by delivering Law and Justice education at national heritage sites.

We inspire...

Young People by delivering Law and Justice education at national heritage sites.

We inspire...

Young People by delivering Law and Justice education at national heritage sites.

We inspire...

Young People by delivering Law and Justice education at national heritage sites.

Volunteering Opportunities

We are always on the look out for volunteers at the National Justice Museum, Nottingham

Current opportunities include:

Creative Court UK Project – Volunteer Opportunity

Title: Creative Court UK Associate (Development Phase)

Role:  Associates will work with a Freelance Artist and Resource Creator to design creative learning sessions for schools.   This role is designed to offer training opportunities to people with limited or no prior education or experience in the heritage sector.

Required Attendance:  Associates will take part in the Development Phase of the Creative Court UK project between April –August 2017. Associates will be required to attend training sessions on Tuesdays between 9.00am – 5.00pm and be available for regular group meetings. A minimum of 6 hours a week attendance is required.

Location: National Justice Museum, Shire Hall, High Pavement, The Lace Market, Nottingham. NG1 1HN

Purpose of role:  To work in a team to develop a creative education outreach programme to be used in schools to link with key topics relating to Justice and the Law.

Application deadline: 5.00pm on Friday 31st March 2017 – Email: [email protected]

HOW TO APPLY

To apply for this role please send us a current CV and a Personal Statement:

In your personal statement please tell us why you’d like to be involved with the Creative Court Project and also discuss one of the following points:

  1. Discuss an art-related project you’ve been involved with previously (give details)
  1. Discuss an exhibition in a Museum or Gallery that you’ve visited and how it inspired you
  1. Discuss why you would be interested in working with young people

Find out more about the Project, Volunteer Person Specification and application process here Associate Volunteer Advertisement 

Your personal statement can be submitted in the following ways

  • Written in no more than 500 words
  • As a short video clip (Max 2 minutes)
  • As a creative visual storyboard or photo montage (include captions)

 

 

Volunteering opportunities at the Royal Courts of Justice: London

If you are interested in volunteering please click on the links below for more information. For more details or to apply for this opportunity contact [email protected]

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If you are interested in volunteering and would like to find out more about how you can do so, contact [email protected]