Raising awareness and appreciation of Hispanic culture
The Hispanic Heritage Group (HHG), an Employee Resource Group at Brookhaven National Laboratory, aims to raise awareness and appreciation of Hispanic culture at the Lab, and to highlight the contributions of Hispanic people in science and operations at the Lab and beyond. The HHG works closely with the Lab’s Inclusion & Diversity Office and the Brookhaven Employees Recreation Association.
The HHG is open to all Brookhaven Science Associates employees and their immediate family members, including retirees; staff of the Brookhaven Site Office of the U.S. Department of Energy and members of their immediate families; guest users and visiting appointees and members of their immediate families; and employees of permanent on site contractors such as Teachers Federal Credit Union and the U.S. Post Office, and members of their immediate families.
To learn more, contact Sal Gonzalez, Ext. 4521, or visit the HHG SharePoint Site.
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