The annual Take Our Daughters to Work Day offers girls and their parents a chance to explore the world of work together. And this year, Penn's Division of Human Resources has lined up a series of events that allow young women to explore fields of work far beyond those of Mom and Dad. These special events include:
- A discussion of careers in law enforcement, public safety and security with women in Penn's Public Safety Division;
- A bridge-building workshop sponsored by the Society of Women Engineers;
- A talk on strategies for career success in the next century, by Career Services Director Patricia Rose;
- A discussion of careers in science, medicine and health care, with Microbiology Professor Helen Davies;
- A tour of Penn's public radio station, WXPN;
- An open forum with YM magazine's "Dr. Debbie," Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology Deborah Driscoll, and
- A tour of the University of Pennsylvania Museum and a presentation on careers in the museum field.
Other events include a special Faculty Club lunch and panels on health, character and mentoring.
For complete information about Take Our Daughters to Work Day events,
visit the Quality of Worklife
Programs Web site or call Orna Rosenthal in the Quality of Worklife
office at 898-5116.
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Originally published on April 15, 1999