April 7 at 12 noon – TYCTWD Registration Opens - http://takeyourchildtowork.nih.gov The 22nd annual NIH Take Your Child to Work Day (TYCTWD) registration opens tomorrow, April 7 at 12:00 noon at http://takeyourchildtowork.nih.gov. Registration will remain open through April 28. Choose from "open" and "limited space" activities. Open activities do not require registration. Each child may be registered for up to four limited space activities, but please only register for those events your child will be attending to be fair to all registrants. As a reminder, the registration site is only accessible by using your PIV card, i.e., you cannot register from your home computer. If you have not done so, and to complete a few steps before registration opens, visit the site now, enter your child/ren's information, and get a sneak preview of 140+ activities that are available. Check out the Registration Site Guide for more information: http://takeyourchildtowork.nih.gov/Documents/TYCTWDSiteGuide.pdf. FREE registration bags, courtesy of the NIH Federal Credit Union, will be available for pick up April 25-27 between 9:00 AM – 3:45 PM at R&W stores located at Building 31/1W08 and Rockledge I/4202, and between 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM at the FAES Gift Shop located at Building 10 CRC Atrium. Please bring your e-mail confirmation for each registered child. Supplies are limited to one bag per registered child. Individuals needing a sign language interpreter to participate in this event may enter the request directly at https://portal.ainterpreting.com or contact Carole Harman at 301-402-8180 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Please make your request no later than April 22. Individuals needing other reasonable accommodations should contact their ICs for support.
TYCTWD 2016 is sponsored by the Office of Research Services and will be held on April 28 from 9:00 am - 4:00 pm. If you have any questions, please contact us at Take-Your-Child-To-Work@nih.gov, or follow us on twitter @NIHEmplSrvcs. Make sure to tweet your event photos and comments using #MyNIHDay.