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Thursday, September 5, 1974

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Thursday, September 5, 1974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Vage Seven

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OFFICE OF

STUDENT PROGRAMS

336 MICHIGAN UNION 763-4182
Assists students in their efforts to "get down" in programmatic ways to
the things that they care and/or are concerned about. In addition to the below listed
functions, staff are available in the Michigan Union to work in the following pro-
gram areas:
Women's Programs
Educational Innovation
Human Sexuality
The International Center-
Assists in financial, immigration, housing and personal adjustment of international stu-
dents, Advice for Americans planning overseas study and travel. GROUND FLOOR, MICHIGAN
UNION (South Wing) 764-9310.

CAREER PLANNING
& PLAC'EMENT
Careers
0 RESOURCE LIBRARY-Career information on all types of em-
ployment; graduate and undergraduate catalogs and directories.
Come in and browse.
e CAREER PLANNERS-People to talk .with about your career
alternatives, courses and majors related to careers, grad pro-
grams. On a walk-in basis (usually) or by appointment.
On-Campus Interviews
* With employers for career positions in schools, industry or gov-
ernment.
0 With grad and law schools for admissions information.

Office of Ethics and

Religion-

Counseling offered with special sensitivity about religious and ethical concerns. Staff
members serve the University community on educational, political, and social issues, helping to co-
ordinate some programs of campus religious groups. THIRD FLOOR, MICHIGAN UNION 764-7442

Ogranizctional

Services-

Provides information on. campus and community group activities and events. Assists in
forming interest groups. Organizational development, advertising and publicity assistance, activity
consultation for such things as membership, fund raising, program development, and democratic
leadership development. 2205 MICHIGAN UNION 764-0207

Job-Finding

Workshops

9 Resumes, letters of application, interviewing skills.

Student Auditor's

Office-

Job-Finding

Resources

Acts as bank for deposits and expenditures for student organizations, giving them priv-
ileges of using University facilities and-services. 240 MICHIGAN UNION (South Wing) 764-7409
University Activities Center (UAC)-
UAC is a non-profit, student operated programming center which sponsors UAC con-
certs, Mediatrics films, Musket and Soph Show plays, UAC/Travel charter flights, the Future Worlds
lecture series, and the Artists and Craftsmen Guild; and provides resources and programming ex-
pertise to students interested in initiating new campus activities. SECOND FLOOR, MICHIGAN
UNION 763-1107

* current job openings, civil service information; Directories of
employers; Employer literature on career opportunities.

CAREER

Summer Job OpportunitiEs
INFORMATION, COUNSELING, PLUS FRIENDLY PEOPLE

3200 Student Activities

Bldg

Planningt
Placement

3rd FLOOR

764-7460

WRCN(AM)-WCBN(FM)

Student Radio Station-

Provides programs of interest and is open for involvement by all interested students. CBN
is concerned about programming for the entire student body and has room for people from var-
ious subpopulations. 530 STUDENT ACTIVITIES BUILDING 763-3501

COUNSELING

SERVICES...
A good place to come if you have a question about your-
self or the University and don't know exactly where to find
the answer. The focus is on helping you connect with accu-
rate information and appropriate resources. All contacts
are confidential.
304 MICHIGAN UNION
Immediate professional counseling available from 9:00 A.M.
to 5:00 P.M.; no appointment needed. Both individual coun-
seling and group experiences are available. For further in-
formation call 764-8437.
DIAL 76-GUIDE
24-hour student-staffed telephone counseling, information,
and referral service. Walk-up desk located in the lobby of
the Michigan Union. Specializes in problem solving, identi-
fication of resources, and referral to campus and commu-
nity agencies for any concern.
MINORITY COUNSELING
AND INFORMATION
DIAL 764-8131

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COMMUNITY
SERVICES
As a minority student, a tenant, a disabled student or
a volunteer, communities can mean a lot to you. Communi-
ty Services (CS) is all about the communities students form
on campus and the ways they relate to off-campus commu-
nities. CS deals realistically and responsively with where
you're coming from, who you are and what you care about

through the following offices:
Black Advocate 340 Michigan Union
Chicano Advocate 335 Michigan Union

763-4188
763-4184

Disabled Students Services 4119 Michigan Union 763-3000

Mediation Services
Native American Advocate'
Project Community
Trotter House

2205 Michigan Union 763-1071

339 Michigan Union
2204 Michigan Union
1443 Washtenaw Ave.

763-4185
7633548
7634692

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