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We offer an inspiring programme of courses and activities for young people.
Our aim is to offer opportunities for aspiring architects and museum professionals of the future to gain valuable experience and learn from our talented group of instructors and facilitators. In addition to our core programme, we also regularly work in partnership with other organisations for one-off special projects.
The Youth Panel is a group of young people aged 15–24 who help the Museum shape the activities, events and opportunities we offer young people. Meeting roughly once a fortnight, joining the Youth Panel provides a great opportunity to develop real skills that will be invaluable in a future career, whilst also meeting other young people, having fun and developing new skills and interests.
“You really get to know every side of what goes on here and the inner workings of the museum as well as the many possible routes into working at a museum.”
“If you are passionate about museums, the study of the ancient world, architecture or even just learning in general, then we would love to have you!”
Applications for new youth panel members are currently closed.
If you have any questions, please contact our Learning Manager Lettie Mckie at email@example.com.
Run by an award-winning architect, this course offers 15 to 18 year olds a chance to develop a portfolio of drawings in preparation for future study at art or architecture school. The group visits a variety of buildings across London over the course of six sessions, where they receive group and one-to-one tutoring to develop their drawing skills.
Sessions take place on the third Saturday of the month between October and March, 11:00–15.30. A fee of £60 is payable to reserve your space on the course. If you are interested in joining the club, please send an application form to firstname.lastname@example.org or email us to find out more.
The course is generously funded by the Alan Baxter Foundation.