Bring Your Daughters To Work Day
W3BF Bring Your Daughters To Work Day is a programme dedicated to helping our daughters explore their future opportunities in banking and finance at work, at home, and in their community.
By participating in W3BF Bring Your Daughters To Work Day, girls experience what is involved and required for the career they want, and discuss the challenges of integrating work and family responsibilities. The programme hopes to reach a new generation going into work and encourages girls to reach their full potential in this most important aspect of their lives, understanding banking and finance.
The W3BF programme provides to banks and financial services firms the following:
- Activities A series of computer- and non-computer-based learning projects/activities for youngsters 8 years old – 16 years old related to business and finance
Pride Certificates of Achievement with your firm’s logo in addition to that of W3BF to present to the youngsters
Directon Letter on your company letterhead to the youngster acknowledging their participation, thanking them and inviting them to contact your firm again for Work Experience in the future (years as relevant to their age)
This is a complimentary programme to W3BF members*. All templates (invitation, activities list, Letter, photo styling) are provided free of charge by W3BF for your firm’s non-commercial use. (All rights are reserved by W3BF and others for these documents and cannot be reproduced commercially for sale.) All you require is internet access, certain (basic) computer software and have colour printing capacities. A SKYPE video cam and telephony facility is helpful but not required.
*To become a member of W3BF simply click on Membership options on the Home Page. to select the appropriate level for individuals or businesses.
Please tell your colleagues about this initiative which is highly valued by employees, schools and community leaders.
For more information about W3BF Bring Your Daughters To Work Day programme please contact
W3BF Chief Executive
Ms Lisette Mermod
or ring +44 (0) 20 7638 5560
(London, United Kingdom).