Brookhaven Retired Employees' Association (BREA)
Items of Interest
BNL has an "ENVOY PROGRAM" which has the primary purpose of sharing
information about Lab's accomplishments and activities. Employees (and
retirees) are recruited to be "ambassadors" who become well informed about
Lab affairs so that the can talk to family, friends and neighbors about
BNL's main research goals and upcoming events. The program has been
successful and the Lab is seeking employees and retirees to join Envoy team.
More information can be found in the Bulletin article published April 3rd.
2009; here is a PDF of the article,
"Getting the 'Scoop' on Lab
(The Brookhaven Bulletin article was the source of the information in this posting.)
Foreign language programs that are available to current Laboratory personnel are also available to retirees.
Volunteers are needed to tutor English for the BNL "English for Speakers of Other Languages" (ESOL) Program. Click here for more information, visit BNL Lab's ESOL page or contact Jennifer Lynch, ESOL Program Coordinator at extension 4894. Training classes for new tutors are held frequently so contact the Program Coordinator ASAP.
Welcome to Shirley
At the July 8, 2008 meeting the Board endorsed a letter written by Dave Cox to the Long Island Advance concerning a review of the book "Welcome to Shirley: A Memoir from an Atomic Town". It can be viewed here (pdf). An analysis by the BNL Community Relations group can be seen here.
Last Modified: March 27, 2012