April 22, 2020
From Enku: Dawn is on the Horizon
It may seem that the virus completely drives our behavior, depriving us of whatever semblance of control we had grown accustomed to in our individual lives. But that is not so. To be sure, the virus has circumscribed huge areas of our lives – for now. Nonetheless, we have not lost our identities as human beings or what we aspire to be or do with our lives as members of families, communities, and humankind. We will keep our relationships in tact with loved ones, friends, and colleagues – and continue to embrace the essential values in our lives.
April 22 is Administrative Professionals Day: An opportunity to say thank you
While its moniker has changed, the purpose of Administrative Professionals Day has remained the same: to celebrate and shed light on administrative professionals’ devoted, valued work.
U.S. 2020 Census
The census rolls around once a decade, and April is the month! Your confidential response earns valuable funds and representation for Georgia. See Census FAQ from the Emory Votes Initiative and take a few minutes to be counted at https://my2020census.gov.
Primary elections are June 9
With lots on the ballot besides the presidential election, voting by mail is the social distancing way to go. If you didn’t already receive your absentee ballot application in the mail, you can request the ballot yourself with tips from the Emory Votes Initiative.
During this period of social distancing and stay at home orders, you can use the time to concentrate on your personal and professional development. Use these resources to acquire new knowledge and skills through virtual learning.