Published April 10, 2014
UB will celebrate Bring Your Kids to Work Day on April 24 with a variety of free activities on the North Campus.
In keeping with this year’s national theme — “Plant a Seed, Grow a Future” — the keynote address by Ed Brodka, group learning coordinator and career counselor with Career Services, is designed to get kids thinking about their futures and possible careers. Brodka will speak at 8:30 a.m. in 210 Student Union, North Campus.
Other activities during the day include hands-on physics demonstrations and tours of UB’s Solar Strand, Alumni Arena and earthquake center.
Faculty and staff can purchase special Bring Your Kids to Work Day IDs for $2 at the UB Card offices in 228 Student Union, North Campus, or 104 Harriman Hall, South Campus. The card will be loaded with $5 that can be used at Campus Dining and Shops’ dining locations on April 24.
Parents are asked to register at firstname.lastname@example.org with the number of kids attending and to sign up for tours.
For a detailed schedule of activities, visit the Bring Your Kids to Work website.