Last month, on our monthly field trip day, we went to Job World (website is all Korean). Think of a big science centre but instead of seeing cool science experiments, kids can try out a career!
Our group ventured to the kids floor (their is a teen area as well) which was an immense room with a central area that had a second floor but was otherwise a wide and tall warehouse. Kids had the opportunity to try out a career at a: supermarket, auto service station, construction site, social welfare centre, restaurant, graffiti studio, hair salon, dressmaker’s shop, recording studio, performing arts school, magician’s school, dinosaur camp, bioengineering research instititue, robotics research institute, animation studio, interior design studio, operating room, nursery, dental clinic, and much, much more!
How it works: kids pick a career they want to try and step into a kids only space with staff who get them dressed up in the applicable costume/uniform and perform the best parts of the different jobs. They spend about 40 min per stop. Sandy and I want to share the experience of one of our students who had a rockin’ day!
1st Career: Firefighter
2nd Career: Korea Restaurant
They made some traditional snacks.
(sorry no pic)
3rd Career: Letter Carrier
He got to deliver a package to one of the near by ‘restaurants’ (I missed it! and like a parent, I was kicking myself for the rest of the day!)
4th Career: Astronaut
The cutest photo ever!
Do we have a centre like this in Canada? It was amazing!