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NNSA 10th Anniversary celebration: Share your story
March 8, 2009
This month marks NNSA’s 10th Anniversary and NNSA is looking to employees to celebrate in style.
NNSA is working to highlight the agency’s accomplishments and success stories from the past decade, and is collecting stories from the people who work every day in support of the mission.
In 500 words or less, share some of your favorite memories, stories and accomplishments that you have experienced at NNSA over the last decade. The best essays will be featured during the upcoming 10-year Anniversary celebration.
Send your short essay and contact information to Jennifer Wagner [email@example.com] by Friday, March 12.
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