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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Sunday, October 6, 1968

Sunday, October 6, 1968

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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1968-69 job interviewing calendar

ou nit st V RECRUITING CALENDAR 1968-69
COMPANY NAME Fall Date
tfi s 1Aid Association for Lutherans
at first b Allstate Insurance 10-14-68
Alcoa Aluminum Company 10-7, 7-68
By SHARON WEINER American 10-25-68
American Hospital Supply Corporation 11-14-68
Although most University stu- American Oil Company 10-23-68
dents plan on "settling down" in Argonne National Laboratory 10-10-68
jobs, homes, etc., after leavingAy
school, Evart Ardis, director of Blue Cross Association 10-14-68
the University's Placement Serv- Brunswick Corporation - 10-9-68
ices claims that today's individual Leo Burnett Company, Inc.
is much more likely to postpone Burroughs Corporation 10-8-68-
the process of "settling down"
than his predecessor. Camp Fire Girls, Inc. 10-19-68
"As a specific example," Ardis Cambell Soup
said, "most teachers leave their Chase Brass & Copper, Inc.
first assignment after two or Chase Manhattan Bank
three years." He gives a number Chemical Abstracts Service 11-22-68
of reasons for the shift, including C & O, B & O
disillusionment with teaching as First National Bank of Chicago
a career after actual practice; Univ. of Chicago, Grad. Sch. of Business 10-11-68
promotion into supervision or ad- Continental National American Group 11-13-68
ministration; and conflict with Cook Co. Department of Public Aid 10-24-68
the local administration or school .
board. Cornell Univ., Grad. Sch. of Busn. Adm. 11-4-68
He noted that although salary is Corning Glass Works 10-11-68
an important factor, it is not ne- Welfare Dept., County of Cuyahoga 12-1-68
cessarily the major consideration Dayton's 11-21-68
in the decision to change posi- Detroit Bank & Trust 10-15-68
tions. In teaching for example, the City of DetroitT 11-6, 7, 8-68 2-
reputation of a school district; I Detroit
teacher participation in decision- Detroit Edison Company 10-17-68
making; opportunities for inova-A.BDik1--6
tion; geographic location; fringe R. R. Donnelley & Sons Company 10-15-68
benefits; and the opportunity to Dun and Bradstreet 11-7-68
work in a multi-racial setting are!
additional factors taken into con- Marshall Field & Company
sideration by a teacher contem- Fireman's Fund American Inc.-Companies 11-14-68
plating a change. FMC Corporation 10-17-68
In industrial and- business ca- Foote Cone and Belding
reers pressures to change positions Ford Motor Company 10-2-68
are somewhat different than in General Foods Corporation 10-10-68
the more individual careers such B. F Goodrich
as teacher. For example, accord-
ing to Ardis, automation elimi- Hallmark Cards
nates approximately 40,000 jobs John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance 10-28-.68
per week; 59 out of 60 new pro- Harris Trust and Savings Bank 10-10-68
ducts fail to sell on the market Hoffman La Roche 10-30-68
and seven out of 10 businesses fail'HoewlIn.1-86
annually. In a working force of Honeywell Inc. 10-18-68
88 million (40 per cent of our J. L. Hudson
population) over one-seventh are Humble Oil Company 10-22-68
self-employed and therefore under Inland Steel 10-8-68 -
even greater pressure to change Iln te
to a position offeringemore secur-International Business Machines 10-17, 18-68
ity. David A. Gillette, assistant Jacobson Stores Inc. 10-8-68
director of the General Division of The Johns Hopkins University 11-7-68
Placement Services, said those Johnson and Johnson 10-31-68
who are not self-employed q u i t Jones and Laughlin Steel Corporation
because they are unhappy with
See NEW, Page 6 Kra't Foods
S.S._Kresge

Spring Date
2-6-69
2-13-69
2-5, 6-69
2-21-69
3-19-69
2-19-69
1-31-69
2-4-69
1-27-69
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3-18-69
2-6-69
1-31-69
3-12-69
2-19-69
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2-20-69
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2-25-69,
2-18-69
2-26-69
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2-18-69
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2-6-69
2-13-69
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3-27-69
2-14-69
2-11-69
1-30-69
2-11-69
1-23-69
2-24-69

Michigan Bell
Michigan Consolidated Gas Company
Michigan Division of Voc. Rehab.
University of Michigan-Personnel
Mitre Corporation
Mobil Oil Corporation
Montgomery Wardr
Mony
National Castings Division
National Steel Corporation
Neeman Marcus
New York Univ. Sch. of Bus. Adm.
Northwestern Mutual Life Ins.
Northwestern University Sch. of Bus.
Penn Central Railroad
J. C. Penney
Port of New York Authority
Proctor and Gamble Market Research
Procter and Gamble Distributing (Sales)
Rand Corporation
Rand Corporation (Computing Servives)
Rike Kumler
Rike's
University of Rochester, College of Bus.
J. T. Ryerson & Son, Inc.
Shell Companies
Smith, Hinchman, Crylls
Stanford University, Grad. Sch. of Bus.
Travelers Insurance Co.
Unilever
Union Carbide Corporation Linde
Union Carbide Nuclear
The Upjohn Company
Upjohn (Washburn)
Wallace Business Forms Inc.
Western Union
Weyerhaeuser Company
Wickes Corporation
Wisconsin Bureau of Personnel

10-9-68
10-16-68
9-30-68
10-9-68
10-22-69,
10-8-68
10-2-68
11-4-68
10-18-68
11-13-68
10-2-68
9-30-68
10-10-68
11-14-68
10-22-68
10-17-68
10-9-68
10-31-68
10-8-68
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10-1-68
10-21-68

1-29-69
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2-3-69
2-10-69
2-11-69
2-3-69
2-12-69
2-3-69
1-27-69
3-4-69
2-12-69
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2-14-69
1-28-69
1-24-69
3-14-69
3-3-69
2-7-69
1-31-69
2-4-69
2-21-69
2-13-69

EngineringPlacement ServiceJNE
sponsors U0,0U job interviews
By MICHAEL THORYN ORPOF
In 21 tiny basement rooms of
the West Engineering, over 10,0001
job interviews were conducted last
year under the sponsorship of the
Engineering Placement Service. DIVERSIFICATION, GROWTH AND PROFIT
Prof. John G. Young, director - AflhtY IS CHARACTERISTIC OF THE
of the service, expects another AILIIS
good year. "Interviewing started CORPORATION'S 7'DMSIONS:
last week," Young said, "and it #
will go full blast until Thanksgiv- * WICKES LUMBER & BUILDING SUP-
ing." PLY CENTERS (WORLD'S LARGEST)
Industrial firms ranging from * WICKES MARINE TERMINAL
aerospace and components com-WCEKSMANETRIL
panies to the United States NavalXCOMPANY
Ammunition Depot discuss jobs- * MICHIGAN BEAN COMPANY "
mostly with graduating engineers. RAI.CO.ANYo.t.e
Chemistry and physics students as * SAGINAW GRAIN COMPANY of th
well as those persons seeking sum- ENbusEne
mer employment can also schedule * K AT.
interviews. * KUX MACHINE tured on
Young urges planning before the programs,
interview. "Select the, employers . * THE UNITED STATES cludingPr
which interest you and-stuGRAPHITE and Life Ins
youand'stdyup' If ~you area
on them properly before the inter- COMPANY future, Wicke
view," he said. to tell you mo
Adjacent to the Placement Ser- our growth and
vice office is a placement reading offer yDe.ec
room with background material on the.AB ve
the visiting firms; Bus. Ad., N
Faculty "placement liaison" sume to M
contacts are listed on a nearby Corporation
bulletin-board. 51MicWwahi
Since many employers do not
visit the campus both semesters, COUNSELORS AT THE Engineering Placement Service give lee- E(CK ES
Young recommends that students tures every fall advising future engineers on the facilities of the E SEO IS
begin scheduling job interviews at placement office. The engineering council also runs a summer
at two semesters before gradu- and part-time placement bureau for students.
B e f o r e interviewing began
Young gave a series of lectures
explaining market conditions, dif- ;
ferent types of job positions, and.
f r n ty e of j b p st o s nr how to act at the interview itself.Y
He estimated that one-third of:
students who use the service at-
tended the lectures. F
In addition, the Engineering - -...k
Council runs two placement serv- °.rj.

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See INTERVIEW, Page 6

rnotographs in the job
supplement were taken
by Larry Robins, Jay
Cassidy and Andy
Sachs.

Liberty Mutual Insurance Company
Lincoln National Life Insurance Company
Manufacturers National Bank
Mead Johnson
Meredity Corporation
Merrill Lynch

10-7-68

W e Don't Just
Publilsh a Newspaper
* We meet new people
* We laugh a lot
* We find consolation
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* We play football
* We make money

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Roseville Offers A Bright Future,
The City of Roseville is located two miles Northeast of Detroit on Gratiot
Avenue. It is a city of 57,000. The school membership is 14,500. It has 17
elementary, four junior high and two high schools. The master teacher
contract has been ratified for 1968--69

BA
MA

$6800.. ....$10,800
$7200.........$12,000

M9 steps

MA + 30 $7600
PhD $8000

...$12,600
.. :.... $13,000

We solve problems
We gain prestige.
* We become self confident
* We debate vital issues
o We drink 5c Cokes
JO-IN-the DIYstaff:
Come, by 420 Maynahrd St. -P
. between 1 P.M. and 4 P.M., Monday thru Friday
and ask for JANE LUXON (Business staff) or
AVIVA KEMPNER (Edit sfaff)

SOME OF the interviewing done
at the Engineering Placement
Service includes placement in
related, but no-engineering oc-
cupations - such as computer
work.
ices for summer and -part-time
employment.
The council compiles a summer
job directory and directs a place-
ment clearing house for part-time
jobs on campus.
Last year, 585 firms interviewed
for full-time employment at the
service. More than 1,200 students
were interviewed. Sixty-nine per-
cent of persons hired went to firms
of more than 5,000 employees. The
average starting salary is about
$9,250.
Some 49 percent of the students
hired tend to remain in the Mid-
west, 31 percent in Michigan.
One engineer last year collect-
ed nine job offers through the ser-
vice. He was given plane tickets
for plant tours in several cities.
"By stacking up the trips, he
cashed in some of the tickets and
made some extra money," a sen-
ior engineer said.
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
FOR ENGINEERS
See the
GENERAL-SERVICES
Administration Representative
on compus October 17, 1968

Hospitalization, Major Medical and Life Insurance is furnished. Class size
maximum 31+.

Interviews On Campus
OCTOBER 30, 1968
MARCH 27, 1969

Contact:
MRS. MARGARET- BRONSON
Asst. Supt. Elementary division
MR. DAN A. SHIRTLIFF
Deputy Supt. Secondary division
PR 1-9200
18175 11 Mile Rd.
Roseville, Michigan 48026'

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