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NIH Virtual Take Your Child To Work Day - NEW Phase III Registration to Open Tomorrow at 12:00 PM ET

Due to the number of limited space activities still available, the 27th Annual NIH Virtual Take Your Child to Work Day (TYCTWD) will open a Phase III Registration beginning tomorrow, April 13 at 12:00 PM (noon) at

We are expanding the number of limited space activities to a maximum of six activities. Starting tomorrow, you will be able to register each child for an additional two limited space activities, for a maximum of six limited space activities per child.

Friendly reminders:

  • This event is 100 percent virtual.
  • Open activities do not require registration.
  • There are many activities focused on the high school children - check them out.
  • Check the site periodically to see if any of your child's favorite activities are available in case someone unregisters.
  • Registration will remain open through April 22.
  • Check in with your supervisor to inquire about your ICO's policy for participating in TYCTWD.

Individuals needing a sign language interpreter to participate in this event may enter the request directly at or contact Linda Kiefer at 301-827-3252. Find additional information about the NIH Interpreting Services program at Individuals needing other reasonable accommodations should contact their ICs for support.

TYCTWD 2021 is sponsored by the Office of Research Services and will be held on April 22 from 9:00 am - 4:00 pm. If you have any questions, please contact us at, or follow us on twitter @NIHEmplSrvcs. Tweet your event photos and comments using #MyNIHDay.

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