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Walking around a museum and looking at stuff is usually boring for me. It’s just too passive. I like museums that are hands-on and offer experiential learning opportunities. I’ve never been there, but The Exploratorium in San Francisco, CA looks like my kind of museum. It’s focused on art, science, and human perception and based on the premise that “following your curiosity and asking questions can lead to amazing moments of discovery, learning, and awareness, and can increase confidence in your ability to understand how the world works.” The Exploratorium looks like a truly amazing place to visit, and they even offer all kinds of in-depth web content for those who can’t visit.
The Exploratorium offers so much that they feel it might be overwhelming. That’s why the first thing that they ask when you land on their site is Who Are You? They have something for everyone, so they want to help you find the content that is most relevant to you. Your other option is to just start with their Explore page. If you want to learn more about The Exploratorium as an institution, you can read Their Story and Their History. From there you may also want to look over their Fact Sheet. Some of the highlights include: 560,000 visitors last year, a nearly $45 million budget, and 475 current exhibits. If you’re loving what you see about The Exploratorium, you should take a look at their Jobs page. There’s only one position posted right now, but it’s perfect for a new or recent grad: Project Coordinator. Check it out.
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