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U.S. Attorney’s Office Participates in Take Children to Work Day

U.S. Attorney’s Office Participates in Take Children to Work Day

The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of West Virginia participated in “Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day” in a big way:

Acting United States Attorney Betsy C. Jividen announced that the United States Attorney’s Office will once again participate in this event. A total of 15 students will report to work for an educational experience with a parent or mentor, and they include: Elizabeth Brann “Libby” Altmeyer, who will accompany her mother, Assistant United States Attorney Helen Campbell Altmeyer; Clayton and Kent Bee, who will accompany their mother, Legal Assistant Laurel Bee McGill; Daniel and Dennis Bird, who will accompany their mother, Legal Assistant Victoria E. Ford; Alyssa and Logan Latimer, who will accompany their mentor, Legal Assistant Janet K. Evick; Jacob Lewellen, who will accompany his mother, Legal Assistant Lisa S. Lewellen; Luke and Rachel Morgan, who will accompany their mother, Assistant United States Attorney Shawn Angus Morgan; Hannah and Nathaneal Murray, who will accompany their mother, Legal Assistant Leanna B. Murray; Jack Reisenweber, who will accompany his mother, Assistant United States Attorney Erin K. Reisenweber; and Slater and Emma Shelek, who will accompany their father, Health Care Fraud Auditor Donald W. Shelek.

Plans for “Take Our Daughters and Sons To Work Day” include participation in a staff meeting with students in Wheeling, Clarksburg, and Martinsburg. Other educational plans include participating in a Mock Grand Jury session for the students in the Wheeling Office and visits with various law enforcement agencies for the students in Clarksburg and Martinsburg, as well as working with their parent/mentor.

This sounds like an incredible opportunity for these legal professionals’ children to not only see their parents in action at work, but to explore a variety of law enforcement careers as well. Kudos to the U.S. Attorney’s Office for sharing its career resources with the children of its employees.
“Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day” is a great idea – for school age children.

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