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Thursday, September 4, 1975

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Seven

Thursday, September 4, 1975 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Seven

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OFFl

CE OF,
PROGRAMS

STUDENT

336 Michigan Union-763-4182
Provides resources to facilitate the leadership and initiative of students,
faculty.and staff to enable students to acquire skills for responsible living
as freeindividuals. Learning and practice in applying these skills in individ-
ual and organizational settings which contribute to the students' sense of com-
petence, independence and responsibility are stressed. Particular emphasis
is placed on the importance of inter and intra organizational development
and relationships and the coordination of efforts to formalize student con-
cerns and issues for attitudinal, structural and educational changes within
the University and the community. Program and resource areas are:

CAREER PLANNING
&PLACEMENT
CAREERS
" RESOURCE LI BRARY-Career information on all types of employment;
graduate and undergraduate catalogs and directories. Come in and
browse.
® CAREER PLANNERS-People to talk with about your career alternatives,
courses and majors related to careers, grad programs. On a walk-in basis
(usually) or by appointment.
ON-CAMPUS INTERVIEWS
* With employers for career positions in schools, industry, business, or gov-
ernment.
" With grad, law, bus. ad., and med. schools for admissions information.
SPECIAL PROGRAMS
" Minority program-counseling for minority students on careers and job
finding skills.
" Women's program-luncheons, workshops, and career information to de-
velop alternatives.
* Pre-professional advising for law, med., dent., vet., and osteo. schools.
JOB FINDING RESOURCES
* Job-Finding Workshops-Resumes, letters of application, job interviewing,
strategies in contacting employers.
" Current job openings-Civil Service information; Directories of employers;
Employer literature on career opportunities.

THE INTERNATIONAL CENTER
OFFICE OF ETHICS AND RELIGION
STUDENT ORGAN IZATIONAL

603 E. Madison
Third Floor, Union

SERVICES.
Educational

341 Michigan Union

Innovation Advocate

Women's Program Coordinator
Human Sexuality Advocate
Organizational Development Coordinator
Michigan Advertising Works

764-9310
764-7442
764-0207
763-4189
763-4187
763-4186
764-0207
764-0437
764-7409
763-1385
763-1107
763-3501

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Student Organization Business
Services

EVENT AND FACILITY
SCHEDULING

240 Michigan Union
240 Michigan Union'
Second Floor, Union

CARFFR

UNIVERSITY
CENTER

ACTIVITIES

SUMMER JOB OPPORTUNITIES.
3200 Student Activities Bldg.

CAMPUS BROADCASTING NETWORK
WRCN (AM) --WCBN (FM) 530 Student Act. Bldg.

3rd Floor

764-7460

Planning $
Placement

COUNSELING
SERVICES
This is a new service combining the Mental Health Clinic, formerly with
University Health Service, and Counseling Services. Students acre invited to
bring any concern; the initial goals of the counseling inter-action are to
achieve problem clarification, to resolve immediate issues, and to identify
appropriate strategies for further problem resolution.
MICHIGAN UNION/HEALTH SERVICE OFFICES
SERVICES:

CONMMUNITY
AlSERVICES

I

As a minority student, a tenant, a disabled student or,

a volunteer,

communities can mean a lot to you. Community Services (CS) is all about the
communities students form on campus and'the ways they relate to off-cam-
pus communities. CS deals realistically and responsively with where you're
coming from, who you are and what you care about through the following
offices:

Walk-in counseling from
1:00 P.M. to 3 P.M.

10:00 A.M. to 12:00 Noon and

* Professional counseling by appointment-individual, couples, and
group counseling
* Educational programs for developing life skills
* Consultation to student and faculty/staff organizations
and help-givers
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL 764-8437 OR 764.8313
DIAL 76-GUIDE

Black Advocate
Chicano Advocate
Disabled Students Services.
Mediation Services

2205 Michigan Union
335 Michigan Union

763-4188
763-4184
763-3000
763-1071

4119 Michigan
2205 Michigan

Union
Union

A

24-hour student-staffed telephone counseling, information, and
service. Walk-up desk located in the lobby of the Michigan Union.
izes in problem solving, identification of resources, and referral to
and community agencies for any concern.

referral
Special-
campus

Native American Advocate
Project Community
Trotter House

2205 Michigan Union
2204 Michigan Union
1443 Washtenaw Ave.

MINORITY COUNSELING
AND INFORMATION
DIAL 764-8131

763-4185
763-3548
763-4692
in the

For comprehensive information, come see us

U

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