By Andrea Frydl, Contributing Writer
The NCI at Frederick Employee Diversity Team (EDT) has prepared a new display that features a sample of the foreign films from the team’s collection in the Scientific Library. “Foreign films really help stimulate an awareness of different cultures and countries. I think it is a great celebration of diversity to have the Employee Diversity Team promote films from across the globe and make them available to our employees,” said Amber Elia, program analyst, NCI at Frederick Office of Scientific Operations, and member of the EDT.
To see the sample of movies on display, stop by the display case in the lobby of Building 549. Be sure to bring your answers to the quiz so you can be entered for a chance to win two free movie tickets to Regal Cinemas. Submit your answers in the drop box to the left of the display case. To see a full listing of the EDT’s movie collection, visit the Scientific Library website.
Join the Team
The EDT is looking for new and active members. Do you enjoy traveling and/or international foods, music, or films? Are you fascinated by other cultures? Do you want to be a part of bringing aspects of other cultures to the NCI at Frederick campus? It is EDT’s mission to celebrate and share the rich diversity that NCI at Frederick employees bring to the workplace. The team is looking for bright, talented, and committed employees, both government and contractor.
If you are interested in joining the EDT, or if you have suggestions, please contact the team at email@example.com or 301-846-5382. The EDT meets in the Building 549 conference center on the first Thursday of every month, from 9 to 10 a.m.
For more information, visit the EDT website and check out the team’s recruitment flyer.
Keep your eyes peeled for regular announcements about EDT events and activities, both on and off campus. E-mails will come from the “Frederick Diversity” e-mail address.
Photo caption: The Employee Diversity Team’s new display in Building 549 features a sample of foreign films (including the ones shown here) from the team’s collection in the Scientific Library.