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Staff Enrichment Day 2018 Registration Is Now Open!

Need to Know

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Middle States Briefing Sessions

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Come Learn All About the Hillman Entrepreneurs Program, March 2

Guest Lectures

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March 6: Journalist Steve Roberts Speaks, Montgomery County and Immigration

MC in the News

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Montgomery College Student Featured on WJLA


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Professor Harry St. Ours Selected to Present Paper at SITE 2018 Conference


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College Council Agenda for Feb. 27 Meeting

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ELITE Sponsoring Open Pedagogy Fellowship

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Georgetown Preferred Consideration Program - Tell Your Students to Apply!

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Applied Geography Program Is Hosting a Humane Society Charity Drive


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Phishing Awareness Campaign Results for January 2018

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Upcoming MC-AAWCC Chapter Meeting, Feb. 26 at Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus

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Donations Needed for the Women's and Gender Studies Silent Auction

MC Spotlight

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Professor Janet Saros Inducted as an Honorary Member of the Eta Sigma Delta Honor Society

Arts at MC

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Last Week for the Open Gallery's Exhibition "Anthropogenic" by Artist Selin Balci

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Screening of Eye-opening Opioid Film "Written Off" Feb. 27

Save the Date: 2018 Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day Event on April 26

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Category: Features

Published: 2018-02-26 00:00:01.000

Save the Date!

2nd Annual Collegewide Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day Event
Plans are underway for a College wide event. Employees may choose to participate at one of four sites: Rockville, Germantown, Takoma Park/Silver Spring and Central Services Building. This structured program will run from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Employees may register for any of the four sites and are not limited to the campus where they work. Registration will be capped at 50 participants per site (20 for CT) - so be sure to register early! A parent or guardian must accompany each registered minor, so be sure to ask for supervisor approval to participate in the event!

The theme for this year's event is "Service Force" - encouraging children to be agents of positive change to ensure a brighter future for themselves and others.

Registration will open in early March - look for future announcements here.

Participation is once again open to children ages 8-18, although children 14 years old and under will benefit most from the planned activities. Children ages 15-18 might consider accompanying their parent/guardian to work. In addition, all employees are welcome to bring their child/children to work for the day (ages 8-18 only), with supervisor approval, as long as the parent/guardian maintains direct supervision over the child throughout the day. Employees are welcome to bring other special children such as a grandchild, niece or nephew.

Questions about the day should be directed to Kristen Roe ( or 240-567-4279.

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