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The Take Our Daughters And Sons To Work Day THEME for 2015 is:

Take Our Daughters And Sons To Work Day 2015 Theme

Take Our Daughters And Sons To Work Day, April 23, 2015

In 2015, Take Our Daughters And Sons To Work Foundation reflects on its years of experience education and empowering youth of America. Since 1993, the spirit of those first involved in the first seminal celebration of the Day have been with its organizers and participants alike in their tireless work to envision creative and groundbreaking ways to engage the youth of America in the realization of their hopes and dreams.

In fact, those first Daughters were the focus of the program’s original research when it was founded in June of 1992, and have grown and seen many changes in the world of work. Moreover, those Sons who officially joined our program in 2003 have seen many changes, too. This year, perhaps more than any other, affords us all a chance to reflect on participating in Take Our Daughters And Sons To Work for over two decades.

The theme for 2015 is “#MPOWR Knowledge+Choice=Strength”. Be sure to add your name to our email list to keep up on all of the latest information.

It is difficult to express just how proud we are of reaching such a landmark 22nd year. However, we realize each of you takes pride in this achievement, too, because it is also a reflection for your many years’ hard work. Whether you have been with the program 2, 12, or over 20 years, this is also a celebration of you. And, if this is your first time participating we welcome you in joining us as we celebrate the Day on Thursday April 23, 2015.

The 2015 twenty second year anniversary:

  • Celebrates Take Our Daughters And Sons To Work Day program’s unique contributions to youth and the American workforce for two decades
  • Suggests working together encouraging youth to create new pathways towards opportunity and success through participation in Take Our Daughters And Sons To Work
  • Provides an opportunity not only to reflect on such a landmark achievement, but also to use that reflection as a stepping stone to continue this important work of education and empowering the youth of America
  • Invites workplaces to share their experiences, both in the importance of education and what it takes to empower others to reach their potential