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NTEU's New Campaign Gets Talked About on TV

 

 
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As kids prepare to head back to school or off to college, NTEU President Colleen M. Kelley has been on television nationwide reminding parents about the great career opportunities available in the federal government.

This message is at the center of NTEU's new public service campaign, designed to encourage parents to talk to their kids about the variety of interesting jobs will be available in the future. At the same time, the campaign highlights the dedication, skill and critical work of federal employees. 

In television interviews, President Kelley points to findings of a new NTEU survey showing that only 8 percent of parents who responded named the federal government as a place their children want to work.

"The work of federal employees helps large numbers of people and drives positive change," she said. "Every federal employee takes pride in that accomplishment, and in the work they do every day."

Watch President Kelley's interviews that have recently aired in Seattle; Sacramento, Calif.; Austin, Texas; and other major cities.
 

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