County of Sonoma, California – Resolution for Take Your Child to Work Day

On Thursday, April 23, 2015, the County of Sonoma held an event with 255 adults and 412 children (ages 5 – 18), representing 19 departments. The event held at the County Administration Building, had over 19 booths including activities such as the “Love Me. Fix Me.” van from the animal shelter, ambulance with two EMTs, fire engine, fire safety interactive trailer, “Sparky”, and many more.

Children also visited the Sheriff’s Open House that featured vehicles, and equipment, including a ‘bomb’ robot. Children and parents went on tours of the Energy and Sustainability “House of Pressure”, Legal Careers (by County Counsel), a Jail Tour, the Fleet Facility, and the Data Center.

The County also provided healthy snacks, juices, and commemorative gifts (lanyards w/name badges and reusable bags) for the children.


By | 2016-10-13T12:58:08+00:00 June 10th, 2015|News and Happenings|Comments Off on County of Sonoma, California – Resolution for Take Your Child to Work Day

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Carolyn McKecuen has been the Chief Executive Officer of Take Our Daughters And Sons To Work® (TODASTW) Foundation since 2007. She played an integral role as a consultant in the Take Our Daughters To Work Day’s creation in 1992. Carolyn uses her expertise, leadership, and collaboration in business development and communications to advocate for changes in social policy and public awareness on behalf of youth. On April 24, 2014, during the 22nd annual TODASTW Day, 39 million participants at over 3 million workplaces took part in the time-honored tradition of taking their child, a neighbor's child, or relative's child to the workplace.