Want to venture into the world of art, culture and history? The Learning Partnership gives you a behind-the-scenes tour of the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM). The ROM is Canada's largest museum of art and natural history, and has 6 million objects in its collections and galleries.  

The ROM is also the largest field research centre in Canada, advancing scientific knowledge of biodiversity, paleontology, archaeology, ethnology and visual culture. The museum employs approximately 300 people in a range of roles, from curators to fundraisers to writers to IT specialists. This video features just a few of the exciting jobs at the ROM.

Careers showcased:

• Technician, Department of Natural History (Ichthyology) - http://bit.ly/2dVd7ys
• Senior Photographer - http://bit.ly/2eq24T1
• Exhibit Designer, Graphics - http://bit.ly/2eBaqC6
• Indigenous Outreach & Learning Coordinator - http://bit.ly/2dvuUej

Learn more about Take Our Kids to Work Day on The Learning Partnership's website at http://www.thelearningpartnership.ca. Join the conversation on Twitter with the #KidstoWork hashtag and by following @TLPCanada.
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