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Dear Colleagues,

We are pleased to invite you and your children to participate in Pace’s virtual Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day on Thursday, April 22, 2021.

What is it about?
Pace University's Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day is based upon the national campaign, Take Our Daughters to Work Day, which was created in 1993 by the Ms. Foundation. This year, children will have the opportunity to virtually visit departments and learn more about the University.

What is the Purpose of the Program? The purpose of the program is to encourage, inspire, and introduce girls and boys across the country to the workplace and empower them to dream without gender limitations and think imaginatively about their family, work, and community lives. It is designed to help children expand their career aspirations by giving them a chance to experience various careers firsthand.

Who is invited?
Children, ages 8 through 15, are invited to participate. Members of the Pace University community are encouraged to participate with their daughters, sons, grandchildren, nieces or nephews.

What will they do at Pace?
Children will participate in Zoom activities throughout the day beginning with a welcome address.

How do I register?
Complete a registration form (PDF) and return to Rosemary Mulry at All registration forms must be received by Tuesday, April 20, 2021. Zoom link for Pace University sessions will be emailed to registrants. For afternoon sessions, please go to Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work website to register and for related program links. (Must use either a Firefox or Chrome browser.)

We hope you will participate in Pace University’s virtual Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day. It promises to be a fun-filled interactive experience that you and your children will surely remember!

2019 Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day!

Children visiting the state‐of‐the art Clinical Education Labs at the College of Health Professions.


Welcome Breakfast: Children introducing themselves and guessing the number of candies in the jar.