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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1967

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1967

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Interview Schedule for Recruiting Season
n re4 n Pt % AU CkrAn Rand Corporation ........... 3 - 6,15

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1967-1968

Paul Revere Life Insurance.........
Rike Kumler ...................... 10 11 - 67

THANKS
to all those who made
this supplement possible

Promotions Mgr.: Photographer:
Dave Pfeffer Bernie Baker
Promotions Staff: The University
Nancy Kuta Bureau of
Pat Flynn Appointments
Dan Kaminski
A Special Thanks to:
Ricki Keeps, Assoc. Bus. Mgr.

Debbie Lovitky
Ken Kraus

THIS STUDENT is perusing one of the attractive bulletin boards at the Placement Office. This
counseling display features possible careers ope n to an aspiring college graduate.
Starting the Search ...

COMPANY NAME
Aetna Casualty and Surety.........
Aetna Group .......................
Aetna Life and Casualty .............
Alcoa..................
Allstate Insurance Company .........
American Hospital Supply ...........
American Oil....................
Argonne National Labs..... ..
Ayerst Labs......................
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.......
Barton Aschman ................ . . .
Brunswick Corporation ............. .
Burlington Railroad...............
Leo Burnett.....................
Burroughs Corporation ..............
Burroughs Wellcome ................
Caterpillar Tractor ..................
Caywdod Schiller Associates .........
Chase Manhattan Bank .............
Chemical Abstracts.............
First National Bank of Chicago ......
Univ. of Chicago Business School ... .
Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance ...
Continental National American Group
Cook County Dept. of Public Aid .... .
Cornell Graduate School of Business . .
Corning Glass.. ...............
Cuyahoga Welfare Department ......
Detroit Bank and Trust .............
City of Detroit ...................
Detroit Edison...................
R. R. Donnelley and Sons..........
Dow Chemical...................
Dun and Bradstreet...............
Marshall Field ...................
Fireman's Fund Insurance ...........
Foote Cone and Belding ............ .
Ford Motor Company ................
General Foods ......................
B. F. Goodrich ....................
Hallmark Cards .....................
John Hancock ......................
Harris Trust and Savings Bank ......
Holt Rinehart & Winston ........... .
Honeywell Inc.................... .
George A. Hormel ..................
Hotel Corp. of America ..............
Household Finance ..................
J. L. Hudson....................
Imperial Chemical Industries ........
Inland Steel .......................
International Business Machines .... .
IBM World Trade ..................

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University of Rochester ..... ..
J. T. Ryerson and Sons ..............
Scott Paper ........................
Sears Roebuck...................
Shell Companies ....................
Smith Kline and French ............ .
Stanford Graduate School of Business

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United Airlines Stewardess.........
U pjohn ............................
West Virginia Pulp and Paper ...... .
Weyerhaeuser .......................
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Finally, the cooperation and assistance of
Mr. Ken Chatters and the men in the
shop are appreciated:

Arch
Pete
Kermit
Larry

Lauren
Ted
Hank
Jake

(Continued from Page 4)
T h e student, consequently,
should not wait until the last
minute, panic, and then rush in
expecting immediate results. The
counsilor cannot decide your
career for you; she can only give
you the information or guide you.
to where you can find it. YOU
have to know what general field
you are looking into.
Last year some students come
into Miss Evan's office for the
first time Friday and graduated
on Saturday. They had no idea
what line of work they were suit-

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ed for, and by this late date they'
did not have time to think things
out. So PLAN AHEAD!
Turning to the facilities of the
Career Counseling Unit, several
vocaional guidance readings are
available. At the beginning stage
of service, the Counselor's "Bible"
is the United States Department
of L a b o r 's OCCUP4TIONAL
OUTLOOK HANDBOOK, which
is available to counselees on a lib-
rary loan basis. The book gives a
valuable description for each type
of job: Nature of work, possible
locations for employment, train-
ing and qualifications, opportun-
ities for advancement with one's
particular college degree, and em-
ployment outlook.
Many students major in some-
thing because they like the sub-
ject matter but later find that
there is little if any market for
their acquired skills or knowledge.
Don't let this happen to you!
The counseling office also keeps
a more up to date listing of earn-
ings for each type of vocation. In
addition, there will be data avail-
able on the jobs of last year's

grads who used the University's
Bureau of Appointments: Their
starting salaries, the companies
for whom they worked, and just
exactly what they have been doing
on the job.
Furthermore, C a r e e r Con-
ferences are sponsored by the
Counseling Unit throughout the
school year. This November a
conference is scheduled that fea-
tures tax executives. This parti-
cular discussion, in cooperation
with the Tax Exceutives Institute
of Michigan, is primarily aimed
at LS&A students, but also would
interest Business Aministration
and Law graduates. Watch for
specific information in the near
future.
The Counseling Unit would like
to conduct more Career Con-
ferences. However, they want
to know what areas students are
interested in. Therefore, if you
are curious about one particular
field, send a card to or visit Miss
Evans at 3200 Students Activities
Building and tell her the subjects
and your name, address, and
phone number.

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National Labor Relations Board

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(Continued on Page 8)

U. S. Air Force....................10 -24 - 67
Air Force Aero Chart
and Information Center .........
Air Force Logistics Command ........ 11 - 9 - 67
Army and Air Force Exchange ....... 11 -16 - 67
U.S. Marines ....................... 9-13, 14, 15
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U. S. Navy .......................... 9-13,14, 15
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Naval Command Systems
Support Activity ................
Naval Personnel Programs.........
Maritime Administration............11 - 7 - 67
Agency for International Development 11 - 6 - 67
Central Intelligence Agency .......... 10-17, 18, 19
Defense Intelligence Agency .........
National Security Agency ............ 12-4, 5

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OPPORTUNITIES IN
MUNICIPAL
GOVERNMENT
26,000 employees supply the
metropolitan area of Detroit in
municipal services. With com-
petitive salaries and promotional
opportunities it can provide a
rewarding and stimulating career.
The areas open to college
graduates include:
" ACCOUNTING
* ADMINISTRATIVE TRAINEES
" ARCHITECTURE
" BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
" CHEMISTRY
" CITY PLANNING
" ENGINEERING
" HOSPITAL AND PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING
" LANDSCAPE ARCH ITECTURE
" MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY
" RECREATION

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CONSIDER A
CIVILIA
AIR FORCE CARE]
with the
AIR FORCE LOGISTICS C(
at Wright-Patterson Air Force I
near Dayton, Ohio
This Command is responsible for keeping all Air Force Weapon
operational capability at the least possible cost. It does this
Supply Management, Transportation Management, Maintenar
Procurement system.
NEEDED ARE
College graduate personnel with various educational b

Jacobson Stores ..................... 10 -12 - 67
Jones and Laughlin Steel ............

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Kraft Foods .......................
S. S. Kresge.....................
Liberty Mutual Insurance ..........
Lincoln National Life Insurance..... .
Eli Lilly and Company ..............
Manufacturers National Bank .......
Marathon Oil....................
Mead Johnson ......................
Mellon National Bank and Trust .... .
Meredith Publishing .................
Merrill Lynch ......................
Metropolitan Life................
Michigan Bell ......................
Michigan Consolidated Gas ..........
Michigan Dept. of Social Service,... .
Univ. of Michigan Personnel........
Mobil Oil.......................
Montgomery Ward. .........
Philip Morris International.........
Murray Midland Trust :............
Mutual of New York..............
National Castings ............... . .
National Steel ......................
New York Central System Railroad ..
New York Univ. Business School ......
Northwestern University .............
Ontario Dept. of Lands and Forests .. .
Owens Corning Fiberglas ............
Pan American Stewardess ...........
J. C. Penney .......................
Pillsbury Company......... .......
Port of New York Authority ...........
Procter and Gamble International ... .
Procter and Gamble Market Research
Procter and Gamble Sales..........
Prudential Insurance............

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DATA PROCESSING
A four and a half month intensified for-
mal classroom training program is avail-
able to all college graduates (with or
without any previous training or exper-
ience in this career area). Training in-
cludes the teaching of programming lan-
guages for the IBM 360, and 7080, RCA
301, and Univac 1107. These are only
some of the 29 different computers in
use at this headquarters.

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Budget and Mana
tory Management
Procurement, Tra
nel.

ALL DEGREES CONSIDERED
If you are seeking a career in a challenging and rewarding org
COLLEGE PLACEMENT DIRECTOR
or

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See our recruiter in your
placement office or contact:
Detroit Civil Service
Commission
612 City-County Building
Detroit, Michigan 48226

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complete the attached and send to:
College Relations Representative
Civilan Personnel Division
Air Force Logistics Command
EWACEH
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base
Ohio 45433
An Equal Opportunity Employ.

Name.
Degree
Address..........
School...........
Work Interest.....
Date Available.....
Air Force Logistics C
Wright-Patterson Air
EWACEH

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