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fT THE TCMHGAN DAILY

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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tical Science, Social Sciences, Law,
Journalism, and Accounting for Man-
agement Intern Program, and Econom-
ics. Statistics, and Public Policy work.
People entering under the Management
Intern portion of the Federal Service
Entrance Examination work in such
*ypical staff assignments as person-
nel budgeting and organization and
methods examining. Many are as-t
signed to line programs: employment
security, wage and hour administra-
tion, economics and statistics proj-
ects. international labor affairs and
workmen's compensation. Interns re-
ceive intensive orientation and train-
ing during their first few months
with the Department. Most of the De-
partment's Bureaus employ economists
at the top levels, and many high level
positions in other lines of work are
filled by economists or statisticians.
The activities generally bear on wages,
prices, manpower, costs, labor relations,
productivity. technological develop-
ments, and similar data.
S. S. Kresge Company, Detroit. Mich.
Location of work: Main Office, Detroit
Mich.; District Offices: Chicago, I1;
New York, N.Y.: Pittsburgh, Pa.: 620
U.S. stores serving 26 states and the
District of Columbia. Men with degrees
in Liberal Arts or Business Admin-
istration for Management training. Pro-
motions to executive positions are en-
tirely from within their organization.
Graduate is placed in a store as Stock-
man for a short period. Successive
steps are taken to Jr. Assist. Manager,
Assistant Manager, Sr. Assistant Man-#
ager, and Manager Superintendent. Dis-
trict Manager, Buyers, Executive in the
Administrative Department which are
by promotion within.
The U.S. Information Agency, Wash-
ington, D.C. Location of work: Ten
weeks of orientation in Washington
and then overseas. Please read the fol-
lowing qualifications carefully, Men

and women with M.A. or equivalent
'an undergraduate degree and two
years working experience may be sub-
-stituted for M.A. Experience in fields
include Journalism. Radio, TV. Public
Felati:ins, Teaching. Motion Pictures.
Libraries and the Arts) in Area and
Language Study, International Rela-
tions, Political Science, Communica-
tions, Techniques and Journalism: Stu-
dents with useful proficiency in speak-
ing a foreign language will have pref-
erence: Must meet rigid foreign service
physical requirements: Must be will-
ing to serve anywhere in the world:
Because of the vital importance of
personal contacts with people of all
nationalities, candidates must have
the desire and ability to make friends
easily, for Junior Officer Program, The
Agency maintains about 200 Informa-
tion offices throughout the world,
which are serviced by the headquar-
ters offices in Washington. The media
used include radio, television, motion
pictures, press and publications, book
translation and library -programs. The
Agency also cooperates with private
agencies, business firms, professional
Personalized
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groups, educational and cultural so-
cieties, non-profit organizations, and
individual private citizens in carrying
out its purposes. For people not quali-
fled but interested in the U.S. Infor-
mation Agency - A panel discussion
will be held Tues., Nov. 6. 4 p.m. in
the Frieze Bldg., Rm. 2528. A repre-
sentative from the Information Agency
will be a guest on the panel which will
discuss the opportunities for employ-
ment of language majors and general
liberal arts majors in their respective
fields.
Fri., Nov. 7:
Swift and Company, Chicago. Ill. Lo-
cation of work: Units located in every
state of the union except Wyoming. 1)
Men with degree in Economics and

Chemistry Minor for Sales - Adhesives.
2) Men with any degree with an in-
terest in figures for Administrative
Trainee-Pork Dept. 3) Men with any
degree and minor in Chemistry for
Gelatin Sales. 4) Men with any degree
for Ice Cream Sales, 5) Men with MBA
or Ph.D. or equivalent for Market Ana-
lyst in Commercial Research Depart-
ment. 6) Men with any degree for Meat
Sales. 7) PMen with degree in Liberal
Arts or Bus. Ad. for Oil Mill Trainee.
8) Men with any degree for Salesman-
Soap. 9 aMen with B.A. in any field,
accurate In mathematics. for Stand-
ards. 10) Men with degree in Mathe-
matics or Statistics for Data Process-
ing Division. Prefer M.S. Some of the
positions state that one nist be will-'
ing to relocate. Most positions contain
on-the-job training with some class
work preceding the training. Complete'
information on these positions is avail-
able here in the office,
Detroit Civil Service Commission, De-
troit. Mich. Location of work: Detroit,
Mich. 1) Men and women with degree
in Economics, Sociology. or Statistics
and courses in the other two for Junior

Social Economist, Under supervision,
to assist in the more elementary tech-
nical phases of social and economics
research to gather, tabulate and cor-'
relate social and economic data. 21
Mien with degree in Physical Education,
for Junior Recreation Instructor. Un-
der supervision, to organize and direct
recreational activities by assisting or
temporarily substituting for a recrea-
tion instructor at a large playfield, play
center, or school gymnasium. 31 Men
or women with degree in Physical Edu-
cation for a) Junior Recreation In-'
strurtor b) Recreation Instructor. 4)
Men with degree in Accounting or Busi-
ness Administration for Junior Ac-,
countant, Under supervision to assist
in the more elementary technical
phases of accounting work as prac-
ticed in an office dealing primarily in
large scale accounting or budgeting, 51
Men or women with degree in Social
Sciences, Public Administration, Psy-
chology, Mathematics, or Statistics or
Business Administration for Technical
Aid. Lnder supervision, as part of a
training and orientation period, to
perform routine tasks incident to the
administrative activity to which as-

personnel Requests:
Colonial Stores, nc.. Atlanta, Ga. In-
dustrial elations graduate for Trainee
position in Employee Relations Depart-
ment. Looking for a recent graduate
who has concentrated in the field of
Industrial relations with some explora-
tion of labor problems and labor rela-
tions. Prefer that tliey have been in
upper half of their class and have been
in several extracurricular activities,
Prefer one or two years' actual experi-
ence in the field of industrial relations.
General Box Co., Des Plaines, Ill..
Looking for an engineer for ttheir Field
Engineering Staff. College degree in
Engineering. Willing to travel through-
out their twelve manufacturing divi-
Mions and to reside in an assigned lo-
cation. Military obligation completed.
Training or experience in time or mo-
tion study. costs, etc. desirable.
State of Michigan, Civil Service Com-
sion, Lansing. Mich. Statistician I, II
and III. Salary ranges: $166-292,'every
two weeks. Applications must be filed
no later than Nov. 12. Must be gradu-
ate with a minor in statistics or math-
ematics and some experience for Sta-
tistician II and III.

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