Take Our Daughters to Work Day: April 24
Create a fun-filled day for your young guest by choosing from among the following activities and opportunities in the office: for girls 9-15 years old. All activities require reservations with availability on a first-reserved basis. Sponsors must accompany their daughters/guests at all times. Supervisory approval is required for participation in this event or any of the following activities.
Please contact me at 898-0380 or at
firstname.lastname@example.org with any special needs.
--Marilyn Kraut, Coordinator of Quality of Worklife Programs/HR
- Making Dreams a Reality
- 9-11 a.m., Meyerson B-1, lower level,
34th & Locust Walk (enter from Locust Walk)
Panel presentation on achieving your goals and overcoming self-doubts by several women who have found their way to success.
Continental Breakfast included.
Faculty: Dr. Margaret Sovie, Jane Delano Professor of Nursing Administration; and Dveera Segal, Law School lecturer/clinical supervisor and
Administrators: Virginia B. Clark, vice president for development and alumni relations; Maureen Rush, director of Police Operations; Bonnie Ragsdale, associate director of staff, faculty and alumni volunteer services.
For reservations, contact Marilyn Kraut at 898-0380 or email@example.com
Presented by the Human Resources Quality of Worklife Programs
- Lunch at CHATS
- 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m., CHATS, 3800 Locust Walk
Free fountain beverage for Take Our Daughters to Work Day sponsor and visitor.
Presented by Dining Services
- Lunch at the Faculty Club
- 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m., Faculty Club Cafeteria, 2nd floor 200 S. 36th Street (south from Walnut toward Locust Walk)
Members and non-members are invited to the Faculty Club for buffet lunch with their daughter/young guest.
Adults: $6.25; Young Guest: Special $3.25 discounted rate
Sponsored by Human Resources and Presented by The Faculty Club
- When Girls Play, Everybody Wins
- 1:30-2:30 or 2:30-3:30 p.m., Gimbel Gymnasium, upper level, 37th & Walnut Streets
Athletic Department presentation on the value of sports and feeling good about being successful.
- The Penn Relay Carnival and NIKE Track Test
- All day, NW entrance Franklin Field, 235 South 33rd Street
The Penn Relay Carnival--the world's first, largest and best track and field relay meet.
NIKE Track Test--Interactive track & field experience on H. Hunter Lott, Jr. Tennis Courts.
Reservations: Katrina Dowidchuk at 898-4024 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Presented by the Athletic Department
- Anthropologists in the Making
- 2-3 p.m., Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Kress Entrance, 33rd & Spruce Sts.
A tour of the University Museum highlighting collections and a presentation on careers in the museum field.
Reservations: contact Joe Sivick at 898-4015
Presented by the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology
- Laying the Foundation for a Successful 21st Century Career
- 3:30-4:30 p.m., McNeil Building, Room 169170 (first floor), 3718 Locust Walk
Patricia Rose, director of Career Planning and Placement, will offer her suggestions for career success in the 21st century world of work. Tell your daughter to bring her questions on the outlook for career fields of interest to her. This session is most suitable for older girls, but all are welcome. Limit: 20. Reservations: email Jenny Baker at email@example.com or 898-4827.
Presented by Career Planning and Placement
- Behind the Scenes at the Morris Arboretum
- 3-4:30 p.m., Morris Arboretum, 9414 Meadowbrook, Chestnut Hill
A tour of the Arboretum's botany research laboratory and propagation greenhouses and visits with staff. (At right: The Gazebo at the Morris Arboretum.)
Reservations: Marsha Ray at 247-5777 Ext.119 or
Presented by the Morris Arboretum
Volume 43 Number 30
April 15, 1997
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