“Hot off the presses,” was a saying coined by print media when an article was freshly printedor just released. This year at Sesame Place, we can proudly say, “Hot off the USBs!” Why? Well, as part of ongoing efforts to be a greener park, we decided that instead of printing over a hundred copies of our multiple-page press kitfor media members, we distributed the press kits on Sesame Place themed USB drives.
Health Services Manager, Amy Dailey RN provides Health and Safety Training customized for the Entertainment, Operations, and Culinary Department team members in preparation for the upcoming season. Some of the topics discussed during the training included heat illness awareness and prevention, sprain and strain prevention, stretching and ergonomics, asthma awareness, healthy eating, and general safety tips specific to each department.
Author: Jill Davis
Are you excited for the opening of a new season at Sesame Place? The employees here are so excited and they are getting ready to open the park for another great season!
Part of my job as the HR Representative is to make sure we hire employees who will do whatever they can to make your day here special! The hiring process at Sesame Place is heating up so here is some information about our application process.
I don't know about anyone else, but spring fever has already set in over here! Who else is excited for warmer weather, longer days, and of course, water slides?! Here at Sesame Place we are gearing up for another great season, but in the meantime, don't forget to check out our off season celebrations! Your favorite furry friends will be happy to see you and I'm sure they will keep you warm while we're waiting for the weather to do the same!
Check out our video recap of My Fuzzy Valentine Lunch & Show!
Flip your Flippers once or twice!
As you may know, Sesame Place is closed during the months of January-April to prepare for the coming summer season. What you may not know is that we are open for Special Events!
Did you know that heart disease is the leading killer of women in the United States?
Wear red on Feb. 1, and raise awareness about prevention of heart disease!
Help spread the word…prevent heart disease by making healthy choices every day!
-Eat a healthy diet.
-Maintain a healthy weight.
-Limit alcohol use.