USDA Sponsors TODASTW Event with DC Public School

Yesterday, Take Our Daughters And Sons To Work® Foundation received this Ustream link from the Tech Coordinator at Eliot Hine Middle School in Washington D.C. His students participate in the Capitol’s first and only middle school media broadcasting program. The USDA invited them to do TODASTW Day coverage in their building. This teacher and his students were featured on the Queen Latifah Show, they’ve interviewed prominent figures on Capitol Hill, and have covered major events in D.C. Their ultimate goal is to interview the President. Let’s help them get a little closer to their goal!

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By | 2016-04-01T17:07:58+00:00 July 8th, 2015|News and Happenings|0 Comments

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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.

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