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Your Appreciation, May 5–11, 2013
For more than 35 years, Public
Service Recognition Week has been honoring men and women who
work in public service on the federal, state, county, and local government
levels. The first week of May has been officially designated by Congress as a time
to celebrate and show appreciation for our nation’s talented and dedicated
Organized by the Public Employees
Roundtable, a non-partisan coalition of
government organizations that represent civil servants and retirees from all
levels, Public Service Recognition Week supports the Roundtable’s mission to
promote government employment and careers, educate Americans about the value of
public service, and recognize excellence within the field.
Throughout the week, America’s mayors,
governors, agency leaders, and communities will participate in the
celebration with proclamations, awards, special events, and more.
Why I Serve
The theme for Public Service Recognition Week 2013 is “Why I
Serve.” Each day, leaders and elected officials will share the reasons they
chose to serve in government and their proudest career accomplishments.
There are many opportunities to be involved in Public Service Recognition week. Explore some of these below.
Join the Partnership for Public Service and Public Employees Roundtable for its annual Town Hall featuring cabinet secretaries who will discuss the value of government service and communicating that value to Americans and ways to motivate employees in today’s challenging environment.
Public servants deserve your thanks—so why not tell them? For suggestions
on how to show public servants your appreciation during Public Service
Recognition Week, visit their website to download the How to Celebrate
Public Service Recognition Week Guide.
On May 5, a 5K Run/Walk will be held in Washington, D.C. to kickoff
Public Service Recognition Week.
A Congressional breakfast to announce the finalists of the Samuel J. Heyman Service to America Medals for outstanding federal employees will be held on May 7.
Learn more about Learn and Serve America and how it is serving
communities by offering young people opportunities in service learning and to
become involved in community service.
Throughout May, the College of Public Service will be featuring articles and faculty who make up the many faces of people dedicated to public service. The College of Public Service is also launching a series of videos where College of Public Service graduates share how their experience at Kaplan University has made an impact in their life and the lives of others. We invite you to explore the Center for Public Service and to learn more about public service faculty and graduates making a difference.
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