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Monroe, Mich. - Elem.; HS and Jr.
HS Eng.; Speech Corr.; Ment. Ret.;
other subject areas.
Rilto, Calif. (near San Bernadino)-
Elementar.
Utica, Mich, - Elem., Instf. and Vo-
cal Mus., Spec. Ed.; Jr. HS; Hist./Eng.,
Math/St., Girls PE, Eng., Latin, Math,
Gen. St. Girls PE (9th Gr.)
Warren, Mich. - Elem.; Jr. High
Math/jci. (woman), Eng./Soc, Stud.,
Library; HS Eng., Soc. Stud., Biol./Gen.
SB., Math/Shop.
Thurs., March 10:
Detroit, Mich.-All fields.
Orangeburg, N.Y. (South Orange-
town Sch. Dist.) - Elem.; HS Math,
Sl., Eng./Speech, World Hist. & Econ,,
French/German, Ind. Arts, Art, Music
(Vocal and Strings), Bus. Ed., Girls
Counselor.
For any additional information and
appointments contact the Bureau of
Appointments, 3528 Admin. Bldg., NO
3-1511, Ext. 489.
INTERVIEWS
The following companies will in-
terview at the Bureau of Appoint-
ments, 4001 Admin. Bldg. Call Ext. 3371
for an interview appointment.
Monday, March 7, 1960
Radio Corporation of America (RCA)
Camden, New Jersey. Location of Work
-Permanent Assignments located in
Cherry Hill, N.J.; Philadelphia, Pa.;
Washington, D.C.; New York, N.Y.;
Cleveland, Ohio; Boston, Mass.; Chica-
go, Ill.; San Francisco, Calif.; Los An-
geles, Calif. and others. Graduates-
June, August. Prefer the candidates
not having any military obligation. Na-
ture of business: Research, Develop-
ment, Design, Manufacture, sales and
service of electronic products for the
home, for Science, Government and
industry. Men with a degree in Liberal
Arts, Business Administration, Mathe-
matics, Physics or Science for Train-
ing Program in Electronic Data Pro-
cessing with Positions in Sales, Sys-
tems & Methods, and Product Plan-
ning.
Washington National Insurance Co.,
Evanston, Ill. Location of Work-29
group offices strategically located from
coast to coast. Graduates-June. Insur-
ance: Life, accident, and Health, hos-
pitalization - Group insurance. Est.
1910. Men with a degree in Liberal Arts
or Business Administration for Salaried
Field Representatives of Group Depart-
ment. Applicants receive extensive
training in the Home Office Beginners'
Group School.
The Reuben H. Donnelley Corporation,
Chicago, Illinois. Location of work-
Chicago, Illinois. Graduates-June, Au-
gust. Telephone Directory Advertising,
Direct Mail Advertising, Merchandising
Service and Business Papers. Men with
a degree in Economics, Political Sci-
ence, English, Sociology, Psychology,
History, Journalism, and Speech for
Sales Management Trainee Program.
The Program consists of sales work,
rotational assignments, special projects,
and coaching by a manager.
The First National City Bank of N.Y.,
New York City, N.Y. Location of work:
NYC. Graduates: June, Aug. 1) Men
with a graduatesdegree in Liberal Art,
but interested in the field of finance
for Official Asst. 2) Men with a gradu-
ate degree in Liberal Arts with an in-
terest in finance, international trade
and commerce plus a facility for lan-
guages for Official Asst. - Overseas
Division. 3) Men with a graduate de-
gree in Liberal Arts and an interest in
theAfied of finance for Investment
Analyst.
U.S. Air Force. Capt. Massy will be
located on the ground floor of the
Michigan Union opposite the cafeteria
to speak with any men interested in
the Air Force. Major McGinnis and
Capt. Rathburn will be located in the
Michigan League to speak with any
women interested in the WAF pro-
gram. Opportunities for women are in
the fields of intelligence, air transpor-
tation, finance, information services,
administration and personnel.
Tues., March 8:
U.S. Air Force: See Monday's listings.
Reuben IT. Donnelley: See Mondays
listings.
Harris-Intertype Corp., Cleveland,
Ohio. Location of work: Home Office -
Cleveland, Ohio; Divisions and Sub-
sidiary Plants - Cleveland and Dayton,
Ohio: Westerly, Rhode Island; Brook-
lyn, N.Y.; Quincy, Ill.; El Monte, Calif.;
Sales/Service Offices - Located in prin-
cIpal cities. Graduates: June. Men with
a degree in Liberal Arts or Business
Administration for Junior Executive
Training Program. The program con-
sists of on-the-job experience in vari-
ous appropriate departments with
tangible job assignments from 12 to
24 months.
U.S. Marine Corps Reserves, Jackson,
Mich. The reserve representatives will

be at the Michigan Union between thet
hours of 11 an.m. and 4 p.m. Men inter-I
ested in fulfilling their military obli-c
gation. Enlistments available in thec
six month program.t
Irving Trust Co., New York, N.Y. Lo-e
cation of work: New York City. Gradu-f
ates: June or Aug. General commercial
banking. Est. 1851. Employs 3,000. Ment
with a degree in Economics, Politicall
Science, English, History or Business
Administration for Executive Training1
Program, leading to appointment as
Customer Contact and Loaning Officerc
representing the company in a loaningt
service and sales capacity.
Bell Telephone Systems. Location oft
work: Michigan; Can refer applications1
anywhere in the U.S. Graduates: June.l
Men with a degree in Liberal Arts or
Business Administration for Manage-
ment Training Program. The programt
opens opportunities in managing a
business office, in directing sales and1
servicing work, in analyzing the kindst
of service and equipment needed by
customers, in publishing telephone di-c
rectories and selling directory adver-
tising, or even in providing such spe-
cial services as teletypewriter, mobilet
radio, and transmission of radio and
T Vprograms. Also, opportunities iny
administrative staff work; in planningl
and merchandising of communicationt
services; analyzing methods, standards
and results; developing sound trainingc
practices and effective supervision,
Cadillac Motor Car Div., GMC, De-c
troit, Mich. Location of work: Detroit,I
Mich. Graduates: June, Aug. Manufac-
ture of automobiles, bodies, parts and
accessories. Men with a degree in Lib-
eral Arts for Accounting or General
Business.
Aetna Casualty & Surety Co., Detroit,
Mich. Location of work: Anywhere in
the U.S. Graduates: June, Aug. Feb.
Aetna Casualty is a "multiple line"
organization and leader in the field
of casualty and property insurance.
Men with a degree in Liberal Arts In-
cluding Mathemataics and Education,
or Business Administration for field
representatives, actuaries or under-
writers.
Wed., March 9:
Bell Telephone Systems: See Tues-
day's listings.
Booth Newspapers, Inc., Detroit,
Mich. Location of work: Ann Arbor;
Bay City; Flint; Grand Rapids; Jack-
son; Kalamazoo; Muskegon; Saginaw.
Graduates:. June. Publish newspapers
in all cities listed under location of
work. Men with a degree in Econ-
omics, Political Science, English, or
Journalism for 1) Business operations
which include Advertising, Accounting
and Circulation; 2) Editorial Dept. On-
the-job training program of three per-
iods of four months each spent on dif-
ferent papers.
Dow Chemical Co., Midland, Mich.
Location of work: Midland; Sales of-
fices located in p r i n c i p a l cities

throughout the U.S. Graduates: June.
Nature of business: Manufacture of
chemicals, plastics, t magnesium, agri-
cultural chemicals and synthetic tex-
tile fibers. Men with a degree in Lib-
eral Arts or Business Administration
for 1) Production 2) Technical Service;
3) Sales (desirable to have completed
two years of college chemistry) 4; Ana-
lytical Chemical Work; 5) Market Re-
search 6) Accounting; 7) Data Process-
ing.
Nalco Chemical Co., Chicago, Ill. Lo-
cation of work: through the U.S. Grad-
uates: Feb. or June. Men with a degree
in Liberal Arts or Business Administra-
tion and some chemistry background
for sales training program. Men with
BS, MS or PhD in General Chemistry,
Analytical Chemistry, Organic Chem-
istry or Physical Chemistry for labora-
tory work.
State YMCA of Mich., Detroit, Mich.
Location of work: YMCA's in Mich. or
throughout the U.S. Graduates: June,
Aug. Nature of business: Provides so-
cial, religious, educational and physical
programs for youths and adults. Club
programs: Recreation, physical educa-
tion and camping. Operates cafeterias
and residences for members. Men and
women with a degree in Sociology,
Psychology, History, Physical Educa-
tion or Guidance and Counseling for
YMCA Secretary. Beginning candidates
can qualify for starting positions in
youth program, adult progran, physi-
cal education, women and girls' pro-
gram, positions in youth program,
adult program, residence work, and

railroad YMCA work. You will receive
on-the-job leadership training. 2) Wo-
men with a degree in Sociology, Psy-
chology, History, Physical Education or
Guidance and Counseling for A) Youth
Program; B) Adult Program -- Chief
fields are religious, vocational, health,
recreational, social, marriage, and fam-
ily and you would direct club work,
supervise special interest groups, con-
duct informal adult education classes;
C) Health and Physical Education pro-
gram; D) Armed Services -Secretaries
serve in U.S.O.'s and in Armed Serv-
ices branches located in bit cities and
near Army, Navy, and Air Force in-
stallations to provide service men with
activities such as dances, and edu-
cational classes, games and sports. E)
Public Relations Directors. F) Commu-
nity Secretaries; G) Membership Sec-
retaries; H) Metropolitan Associate Ex-
ecutives.
National Malleable and Steel Castings
Co., Cleveland, Ohio. Location of work:
General Offices - Cleveland, Ohio;
Plant Locations: Pennsylvania, Ohio,
Ill., Ind., Arizona. Sales Offices locat-
ed in principal cities throughout the
U.S. Graduates: June. Nature of busi-
ness: Manufacture of malleable iron
and steel castings. Men with a degree
in Liberal Arts or Business Adminis-
tration for Sales and Sales Service. All
trainees will start in the plants so
as to have a basic knowledge of the
company and its products. At theend
of the program the new employee will
then be consulted as to his first job
assignment.

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