The Generation to Generation (G2G) Course is the Sydney Jewish Museum’s practical guide training program. The G2G Course is taught by our expert educators to provide volunteers with the unique skills and knowledge to communicate the Museum’s collection to a variety of audiences, from school students through to the general public.
Applications are now open for the G2G 2022 Guide Course.
We are seeking enthusiastic individuals from a variety of backgrounds to join the 2022 Guide Course. Completion of this course will provide graduates with the skills and knowledge to create meaningful object-centred tours with the Museum’s visitors. No prior knowledge or experience is necessary.
The G2G2022 Guide Course will run on Tuesdays within the hours of 1-5pm from March-October. The specific hours between 1-5pm are to be confirmed.
This course will teach you:
- Key pedagogies for object-centred guiding.
- Skills for sharing and communicating the collection of the Museum’s three main exhibitions: (1) Culture and Continuity, (2) The Holocaust and (3) The Holocaust and Human Rights.
- Strategies for connecting in a meaningful way with a variety of groups, from young students through to adults.
- Useful historical content to bring the collection to life for tour groups.
For more information on what to expect, watch our information session recording here.
If you have any questions, please contact Lee-Anne Whitten, email@example.com.
How to apply
To apply, we would like to get a sense of who you are. Film a video on your phone or computer of no more than two minutes telling us about yourself and answering the following questions:
- For you, what is the most important thing that the Sydney Jewish Museum does?
- Why do you want to be a Sydney Jewish Museum Guide?
Please upload your video to Dropbox, YouTube, WeTransfer or Google Drive, and send to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you’re having difficulties with the video, please write a response, save to a Word document, and upload in the form below.
Applications close on 30 November 2021.
- $250 for Museum members
- $300 for non-members (includes annual SJM membership, valued at $70)
Payment is not required until you receive your acceptance into the course.