|By bringing girls and boys together on Take Our Daughters And Sons To Work Day, we will continue working to create a more equitable world – at home, at school, in the community, and in the workplace. We are celebrating the opportunities that girls and boys will discover and the opportunities for parents, mentors, and the community to be involved in this unique educational experience. If you are ready, let’s begin in shaping the future for A New Generation At Work!
Tips for Planning the Day- This section will guide you through the planning process such as beginning planning tips, activities for the Day, sample agendas for the Day, safety tips, and much more to help you have a sucessful program.
About the Program- Looking for this year’s theme? Interested in who administers the program? Want to read participants experiences? Want to learn how to sponsor? Find the answers to those questions and more about the Take Our Daughters And Sons To Work program.
Alumni Spotlightif you participated in the Take Our Daughters To Work® or Take Our Daughters And Sons To Work® programs and you are a parent, girl or boy, young woman or young man, mentor, workplace, organizer, supporter, or relative, this is the place for you!
2013 Theme - "Work In Progress"
Activity Center- if youre planning an event at your workplace or bringing a girl and/or boy in your life to work, this is the place for you!
Workplace Coordinators- workplaces interested in planning events for Take Our Daughters And Sons To Work® Day, can find tips from experts, advice on getting started, and great program activities.
Teachers and Educators- wondering how to incorporate Take Our Daughters And Sons To Work® Day into your classroom? Check out ways to organize the program in your school and see what other educators are doing.
Parents and Mentors- heres information about how to get ready with your daughter and/or son and tips on becoming a mentor for the day.
Gifts for the Day- our secure shopping site is a great way to support the program! All merchandise sales benefit the program, and its a great way to remember the Day for years to come!
Resources- a special area devoted to girls and boys, to help you prepare for the day. This section also contains resources for families and research on work-family issues.
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