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Virtual Take Our Daughters to Work Day 4/23

Mary Ann Sesma msesma at zeus.bell.k12.ca.us
Wed Apr 8 00:11:25 EST 1998

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>Date: Tue, 7 Apr 1998 14:43:38 -0700 (PDT)
>Reply-To: Tish Krieg <tkrieg at quest.arc.nasa.gov>
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>From: Tish Krieg <tkrieg at quest.arc.nasa.gov>
>To: updates-won at quest.arc.nasa.gov
>Subject: Virtual Take Our Daughters to Work Day 4/23
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>Dear Women of NASA project participants-
>We are pleased to announce our third annual Take Our Daughters to Work Day
>on Thursday, April 23, 1998. The following overview will give you an idea
>of the day and the URL for more information.  I urge you to check the
>pages and register early if you will be joining us. International press
>releases will go out next week and registration will fill up. We certainly
>look forward to an eventful day.
>Tish Krieg
>Women of NASA project director
>The third anuual Virtual Take Our Daughters to Work Day sponsored by the
>Women of NASA project, will feature ten select female leaders from a broad
>spectrum of professions who will meet on-line with hundreds of thousands
>of students, parents, and schools worldwide to discuss and celebrate
>opportunities as well as gain insight into the professional and
>personal aspects of their lives. The day is devoted to giving young people
>anywhere in the world who have Internet access the opportunity to share
>the Take Our Daughters to Work Day experience, and gain insight into their
>own future choices.
>On Thursday, April 23, 1998 during each hour of the day from 6:00 a.m. -
>4:00 p.m. Pacific Time one select woman will be available for conversation
>via a live web chat. These women have been selected based on their diverse
>professions, background and experiences; their education and training;
>their interesting career paths, and the positive impact their dialogue
>will have on young people. To find out more about the event and register
>to chat please go to: http://quest.arc.nasa.gov/women

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