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Take Our Daughters To Work Day-April 23

Penn faculty and staff are invited to bring their young guests (girls 9 to 15 years old) to some or all of the following activities to supplement their time in the workplace. Sponsors must accompany their guests at all times and have supervisory approval to participate.

When Girls Play, Everybody Wins

10-11 a.m., Gimbel Gym, 3701 Walnut Street.

The Athletic Department presents an interactive sports seminar on the value of participation, and feeling good about being successful. Featuring a skills clinic, so bring your tennis shoes. Reservations: Jules Spaeth, 898-4024 or spaeth@ben.dev.upenn.edu.

Penn Relay Carnival/Nike Track Test

Franklin Field, 235 S. 33rd Street.

Receive free tickets to the Penn Relay Carnival-the world's finest, largest, and best track and field relay meet. This includes admission to the NIKE Track Test, an interactive track & field experience. Call the Athletic Department, 898-4024.

Careers in Law Enforcement, Public Safety and Security

10 a.m.-noon, Public Safety Building, 4040 Chestnut Street. Come talk with some of the women in the Division of Public Safety. Meet a detective, a police chief, a bike patrol officer, a victim advocate and others. Tour of the new Public Safety building and snacks included. Reservations: Sylvia Canada, 898-9001 or canada@a1.police.upenn.edu

WXPN Radio Station Tour

11 a.m. and 2 p.m., 3905 Spruce Street. WXPN is a public radio station of the University. Take a peek at the inner-workings of a radio station with a tour of the control rooms and offices of WXPN. Reservations: Eva Brothers, 573-3340 or eva2@pobox.upenn.edu Limit: 12 per tour.

Laying the Foundation for a Successful 21st Century Career

11 a.m.-noon, Smith-Penniman Room, Houston Hall, 3417 Spruce Street. 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 girls 12-15 years old, but all are welcome.Reservations: Patricia Rose, 898-9625 or prose@pobox.upenn.edu.

Lunch at the Faculty Club

11:30 a.m.-2 p.m, 2nd Floor, 200 S. 36th Street.

Members and non-members are invited to the Faculty Club for buffet lunch with their daughter/young guest. Adults: $6.50, Young Guest: $3.25 discounted rate. Presented by the Faculty Club.

Beverage at Chats

11 a.m.-1:30 p.m., 3800 Locust Walk.

Free fountain beverage for Take Our Daughters to Work Day sponsor and visitor. Presented by Dining Services.

Fitness & Fashion With Funk

2-3 p.m, Du Bois College House Multipurpose Room, 39th & Walnut. Join Janice Ferebee, fitness/fashion/youth advocate, author of "Got It Goin On," and second year Social Work graduate student at Penn for a funky workout of the mind, body, and spirit. Most suitable for girls 11-15, but all are welcome. Reservations: Janice Ferebee, 417-8478 or janice2@dolphin.upenn.edu. Limit: 30.

Body Image: Your Relationship With Food, Weight, And Exercise

3-4 p.m., Du Bois College House Multipurpose Room, 39th & Walnut. Diane Woznicki, MS, RD is a part-time instructor and nutrition minor of the School of Nursing who will be presenting an informative talk on body image. Her workshop will be directly after "Fitness & Fashion w/ Funk," and will deconstruct your attitude about the ideal body. Reservations: Sandra K. Lee, 592-6494/skl@sas.upenn.edu.

Anthropologists In The Making

2-3 p.m., University Museum, 33rd and Spruce (enter through Kress entrance on the east side).

A tour of the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology highlighting collections and a presentation on careers in the museum field. Presented by the University Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology. Reservations: Joe Sivick, 898-4015.

Mentors Make A Difference!

4-5 p.m., Room 202, Williams Hall, 36th and Spruce. Ever wonder what a mentor is and why everyone seems to have one? This is an opportunity for you to find out what mentors do, if you should have a mentor, if you can be a mentor, and how to find one for yourself. Presented by the Faculty and Alumni Volunteer Service. Reservations: Isabel Sampson-Mapp at 898-5351/sammapp@pobox. upenn.edu

(Sponsored by the Division of Human Resources Worklife Programs; for information regarding other Worklife Programs, contact Marilyn Kraut, 898-0380 or kraut@pobox.upenn.edu.)


Almanac, Vol. 44, No. 28, April 7, 1998

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