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Employment

The ROM is an equal opportunity employer.  Museum jobs are diverse and range from computer programmers to graphic designers, from teachers to curators. Each position carries its own unique requirements regarding education and experience. The ROM occasionally has job opportunities open to the

About Us

The ROM’s Strategic Direction The ROM’s new Strategic Direction sets the course for the museum to become one of the world’s foremost 21 st century cultural institutions. LEARN MORE   ROM Leadership About the ROM Media Centre Toward an Inclusive and Equitable Future Reports, Policies &

Media Centre

Welcome to ROM Communications. Queries and requests from media outlets can be sent to media@rom.on.ca. All other queries should be addressed to info@rom.on.ca. If you are a media outlet, student, blogger or documentarian and you would like to request to shoot video of ROM experts, galleries or

Learning

  WHY THE ROM? Relevant ▶ Curriculum linked Good Value ▶ Exclusive hands-on experiences Responsive ▶ Cross-curricular and STEM-based programs Easy ▶ Steps away from public transit and bus parking Fun ▶ Active engaged learning--> School Visits Activities & Resources Teacher

ROM Books

The ROM publishes and co-publishes a wide variety of books relating to the Museum, its collections and research. Subject areas include Canadian heritage, world art and archaeology, natural history, palaeobiology, and earth science. ROM books are distributed by University of Toronto Press, except

Books & Magazine

ROM Press ROM Press is a multiple award-winning publishing program that reflects the Museum, its history, collections, research, lectures, and exhibitions. Our publishing program includes scholarly and general-interest titles, and ranges from exhibition souvenir guides and children’s books to

Teacher and Chaperone Guide

Before Your Visit At the Museum After Your Visit Tips for Chaperones Use this checklist to help ensure that your trip goes smoothly ► Note: While it is tempting to want to do “a little bit of everything,” trying to see the whole museum in one day can be overwhelming to students and hinders