PEABODY — The pop-up children’s museum — a pilot project to gauge the viability of a permanent institution in Peabody — is slated to open March 31. But first, the museum needs some staff members.

The organizers behind CuriousCity say they are looking to fill three jobs — a Visitor Experience Manager, Visitor Experience Associate and CuriousCity Volunteer. All three are part-time positions, the last, of course, is unpaid.

Applications are due March 9 to Peabody Institute Library Director Melissa Robinson, who is heading up the pop-up initiative.

More information on each job can be found at

CuriousCity will be located at the George Peabody House and Leatherworkers Museum at 205 Washington St. from March 31 through May. It’s geared toward children ages 2 to 10 and their caregivers.

Exhibit topics include geography, farm to lunch box, sensory play, stories of the world, mindfulness, banking and philanthropy, and an open-ended creation and building space. Each exhibit will be hands-on and play-based, with focuses on STEAM education, literacy and interaction between adults and kids.

For project updates and more details on the museum itself, check out