The exposition for the Tallinn Career Centre plays a role in helping visitors make the right choices and getting ahead in their career while navigating through the many options they have.
Estonian Unemployment Insurance Fund
Design (graphic, multimedia), engineering, production, installation, project management, interactive and multimedia exhibits concept, design and production, CVI, animations- concept and production.
Hendrik Osula, Jakob Meier
The Tallinn Career Centre is a unique place where all visitors can learn more about different career paths they can take and use hands-on exhibits to ignite more interest in career counseling and how it helps us to navigate through many options.
The exhibits inside the Career Centre are not meant to replace counseling, but rather help to understand the importance of it and therefore the career center is open to everyone and is free of charge, whether the visitors come with a school group or are already in the job market and are looking for a change.
One of the main goals was to think outside the box and come up with new ways to introduce the importance of choosing the right career path.
Most museums and exhibitions have screens and audio to support the exhibits, but we really wanted to be sure, that when a group from school comes to visit us, they leave with a better understanding on where they see themselves in the future.
Some examples of hands-on exhibits we produced include a job interview box where everyone can test how they answer some common questions and can then analyze themselves. Another modern solution comes as an AR screen, that lets visitors see themselves working on many different job sites.
These exhibits turn a mundane topic into a fun visit and in addition to teaching about the job market they teach every visitor a bit about themselves as well. Sometimes people need to step aside from their everyday routine, to see the next path forward.
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