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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, OG'TORM 31, 1956

?AGN EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY. OC'tORER 31. 1955

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For madrs in eloectricalo mechanical
or aeronautical engineering and
related fields.

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For majors in accounting, business
administration, finance, economics,
mathematics and liberal arts.

EVEN if you are just starting college in the "Class of 1960," we suggest that
you take a long look at where you are going. Know, don't guess, what is
offered by fields like engineering and science, finance, marketing and relations.
Too often young people discover late in their senior year that they can't qualify
for the career of their choice.Why be caught short? Selecting a career and knowing
what is expected will make it possible for you to prepare for it now. Many
graduates will find their place with industry.
General Electric is typical of many large industrial concerns. We employ over
27,000 college graduates from nearly 700 different colleges and universities. And
our future, as the future of any progressive company, hinges on these people.
Young men and women that have initiative, analytical and creative ability will
make progress with industry. If you are interested, write for information about
one or more of the programs listed on this page. These are the principal doorways
to success at General Electric. The booklets can also be found at most college
placement bureaus in a binder entitled "Career Information."

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Write to: Engineering Recruiting
Department 25-E
Getreal Electric Company
Schenectady 5, N. Y.

Write to: Business Training
Department 25-B
General Electric Company
Schenectady 5, N. Y.

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For majors in physics or engineer-
ing physics.

For majors in engineering.

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For majors in English, journalism,
public relations, advertising, mar-
keting, economics, engineering and
fine arts.

For majors in. chemistry, metal.
lurgy and chemical, ceramic or
metallurglcat engineering.

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Write to: Engineering Recruiting
Department 25-P
General Electric Company
Schenectady 5, N. Y.

Write to: Technical Marketing
Department 25-S
General Electric Company
Schenectady 5, N. Y.

Write to: Advertising and Sales Promotion
Department 25-A
General Electric Company
Schenectady 5, N. Y.

Write to: Engineering Recruiting
Department 25-C
General Electric Company
Schenectady 5, N. Y.

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For majors in engineering, business,
or liberal arts who have completed
graduate work in business adminis-
tration.

BFor majors In mechanical, electrical
or industral engineering and quali-
fied men with non-technical
degrees.

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For majors in physics, chemistry,
metallurgy and electrical, chemical
or mechanical engineering.

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For young men interested in
shop 'operations and the eco-
nomic and social forces facing
industry.

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Write to: Marketing Services
Department 25-M
General Electric Company
570 Lexington Ave., New York 22, N. Y.

Write to: Manufacturing Training
Department 25-M
General Electric Company
Schenectady 5, N. Y.

Write to: Technical Personnel Placement
Department 25-N
General Electric Company
Richland, Washington

Write to: Employee Relations
Department 25-R
General Electric Company
570 Lexington Ave., New York 22, N. Y.

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