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Participate virtually with millions of students, parents, educators, and employers across the world through the Take Our Daughters And Sons To Work (TODASTW) organization! It is a day when students dream big and learn how to make those dreams come true. To celebrate the 28th anniversary of this event, TODASTW is continuing its commitment to events that build on the imagination of what is possible in the workplace, contribute to the future of a diverse and inclusive workplace (socio-economically, racially, and ethnically), and create access to a variety of careers for all children.
Gloria Steinem – an American feminist journalist and social political activist who became nationally recognized as a leader and a spokeswoman for the American feminist movement in the late 1960s and early 1970s.
Gitanjali Rao – a 15 year old inventor, author, scientist, and engineer, recognized for her inventions including Tethys, Epione, and Kindly—an early lead detection tool, a device for early diagnosis of prescription opioid addition using genetic engineering, and an anti-cyberbullying service using artificial intelligence, respectively.
Tune in to the online event by registering with Take Our Daughters And Sons To Work Day. Since the State of Maine is participating virtually, adults should follow the registration instructions on the website for working from home parents: Share your name and/or company and state in the open-ended question that you are participating from home and the number of youth attending.
- Museum Moments – Explore your favorite parts of the Maine State Museum
- Inland Fisheries and Wildlife YouTube Channel
State of Maine Careers
- Emergency Communications Specialist
- Department of Corrections
- Marketing and Recruitment in the Bureau of Human Resources
- Maine State Police
- Maine Fire Marshal's Office
- Wild Goose Chase – Join Wildlife Biologists, Conservation Aides, and volunteers as they wrangle Canada geese to band and collect data
- Department of Transportation, What We Do Series
- State House Tour – Take a virtual tour of the building where the Legislature meets to introduce, debate, and pass legislation, which then becomes state law
- Maine Wildlife Park – Learn more about Maine animals from your own home!
- Traveling Though Maine in 1820 – Follow the 500-mile journey of Joseph Treat, John Neptune, and Jacob Holyoke as they report on Maine's forests and soils
- Audubon Live Cams – Watch birds build nests and raise their young, live from Maine
- Smithsonian Natural History Museum – Explore the Smithsonian
- National Gallery of Art – Learning resources and programs for audiences of all ages
- National Constitution Center – In this virtual museum experience, discover exhibits about the constitutional conflicts of the Civil War to the vision and ambition of Alexander Hamilton
- Museum of Science, Boston, Massachusetts – A collection of STEM resources designed to bring the Museum to you!
- Louvre Museum – Visit the museum rooms and galleries, admire the palace architecture, and enjoy the views
- Colonial Williamsburg – Immerse yourself in the sites of colonial Virginia from anywhere in the world with virtual tours, scavenger hunts, and webcam footage of the village
- Snack on something sweet, especially if it's a Maine treat!
- Take a selfie with your adult, at their workstation, if possible
- Submit your end-of-trip survey on April 22nd to learn about your souvenir for a completed journey through public service