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DO YOU NEED SOCIAL WORKERS?

Trained and Experienced Workers are available for such positions as



Executive Secretary

Psychiatric Social Workers

Medical Social Workers. R.N.

Family Case Workers

Church Secretaries

Field Secretaries

Personnel and EmpUn with THE



Hospital and Institutional :

Superintendents

Graduate Nurses

Dietitians

Matrons and Housekeepers

Recreation Workers



When you have a positi ^'* ' ree ^otify us of your requirements.

EXECUTIVt, ^RVICE CORPORATION



399



100 East 42nd Str



SOCIAL WELFARE DIVISION

GERTRUDE D. HOLMES, Director

AshlanH 6000



New York, N. Y.



COLLEGIATE SERVICE,

Inc.

Occupational Bureau for College Womn

11 East 44th Street
New York City

Social Work Dept. in charge of Pauline R.

S-rode, Ph.B. University of Chicago and

raduate of Chicago School of Civica and

Philanthropy

No registration fee
Send for application forms



GERTRUDE R. STEIN, Inc.
VOCATIONAL SERVICE AGENCY
18 EAST 4i8T STREET, NEW YORK

We are interested in placing those who
have a professional attitude towards their
work. Executive secretaries, stenographers,
case workers, hospital social service workers,
settlement directors; research, immigration,
psychiatric, personnel workers and others.



MOTHERS HELPER or waitress, gii
somewhat below normal intelligence, goo
health, fine character. Residential situi
tion vicinity of New York. 5916 SURVBI

WANTED: Assistant headworker fc
New York settlement house. State qual:
fications. 5921 SURVEY.

MAN wanted as Assistant to the Resi
dent Director of the Irene Kaufman
Settlement, 1835 Center Avenue, Pittj
burgh, Pa. Previous Settlement or simila
experience desired. Resident. Give full in
formation as to age, education, experienci
single or married, children, reference:
salary desired, when available, (positio
now open), etc., and enclose photograph
in first letter. Application considlered COB
fidential.

WANTED: Roman Catholic Case Workei
City near New York. 5951 SURVEY.



SITUATIONS WANTED



MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN with house
hold economics training and practical ex
perience in management and cooking, de
sires position as housekeeper in widower'
or bachelor's home. Available now. 5931
SURVEY.

EXPERIENCED assistant superinten
dent, large orphanage, is seeking super-
intendency. Experienced director of per
sonnel, promoter of athletics, developer o(
agricultural projects. 5915 SURVEY.

YOUNG WOMAN, college graduate,
special courses in social work. Experienced
girls' recreation and camp work. Avail-
able September isth. Good references,

5945 SURVEY.



"Home -Making as a Profession"

Is t SO-pp. 111. hmdbook it's PBEE. Home-stud*

Domestic Science courses, for teaching. Institution

management, etc., and for home making efficiency.

Am. School of Home Economics. 849 E. SSth St. Chleaw



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SITUATIONS WANTED

GOODWILL WRITER wants editorial
job, September, with organization for
peace, race relations, religious or mission-
iry education. M.A. Columbia. Ten yeari
experience. 5908 SURVEY.

JEWISH WOMAN, registered nurse,
social and public health worker, di"-ires
engagement as resident directress of J^w-
ish institution. Convalescent home p ~e-
ferred. Experienced, capable, referenci .
- ; lable now. Box 5902 SURVEY.

*'E AVAILABLE: Desires
institution. Ten yean
' agricultural pjo'.sf,
rre work. Has taught
t, manual training,
need disciplinarian.
VEY.



NT, having scholar-

and board, desires

v'nich will help in

es and other expenses.



with college education

s experience, now in

irk in settlement, desires

of supervising settlement

iddle West. References.



MAN, college trained,
educational, industrial
experience ; interested in
ns and in the sociological
rming aspects of Success.
Jew York. Prefers position

progressive town. 5949



jcial service position by
jxperience. Five summers
i j. Specialist psychol-
1948 SURVEY.

^, college graduate, two
experience in social work,
ecutive or other good op-
liable now. 5950 SURVEY.

iVE: 10 years supervisory and
managerial capacities. Thorough knowl-
edge of boys. Capable of taking more
than average interest. Excellent refer-
ences. 5835 SURVEY.

MAN AND WIFE: With social work,
teaching, institutional, executive and finan-
cing e perience. Graduates Eastern col-
it I ^h inding. Man, nine years ex-
e.'. vf ;al work. Good business and

fir ibility. Wife, three years

.ence with broad social and
background. Now employed
le for service upon reasonable
notice. ia'iiry open. 5914 SURVEY.

A YOUNG WOMAN with experience
and prar.'-. ' aining in dramatic coach-
ing and n .-ration work, desires position.
5952 SURVEY.



POSITION as Assistant Head Worker
a~.d Director of gir's clubs in community
center wanted by college graduate. Five
years experience in club work. Available
September ist, 1927. Box 5898 SURVEY.



Do You Know the Need

(or trained executives and other

workers in institution*?

Do you realize the constant demand
from Boards of Directors for practi-
cally trained workers to fill important
positions ?

The new National Training School
for Institution Executives and other
Workers at die Children's Village,
Dobbs Ferry, offers practical, techni-
cal training, for this field.

The first and only school of its type
in the country.

Warmly endorsed by State Depart-
ments of Welfare and Boards of In-
stitution Control.

We are unable to fill continuous re-
quests coming to us for well trained
personnel.

For further information address

LEON C. FAULKNER, Managing Director

THE NATIONAL TRAINING SCHOOL

Dobbs Ferry on Hudson

FOR INSTITUTION EXECUTIVES

AND OTHER WORKERS

New YorK



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with sample "work sheet". Am. Sch. of
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"THE PROBLEM OF THE LEISURE HOUR A
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Philip L. Seman, Jewish People's Insti-
tute, 3500 Douglas Boulevard, Chicago,
Illinois. Single copy $.50

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THE AMERICAN JOURNAL or NURSING showi
the part which trained nurses are taking
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in your library. $3.00 a year. 19 W.
Main St., Rochester, N. Y.

MENTAL HYGIENE: quarterly: $3.00 a year;
published by the National Comittee for
Mental Hygiene, 370 Seventh Avenue,
New York



TEACHER will
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of Philadeli
dividual cai. g
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ATTENTION
WORKERS!

Are YOU interested in any
of the following positions?

Settlement; assistant director, $3,000.
Settlement worker, woman, $2,000.
Visiting housekeeper, woman, $2,000.
Executive Secretary; public welfare

board, $1,800.
Kindergartner, $1,200.
Cottage Mother or Matron, $600

and up

Boys' Supervisor, $900.
Orphanage: Assistant superintendent.
Orphange: Head girls' worker.

If so, call or write us at once.
Atlas Social Workers' Exchange

Incorporated

424 Madison Are., at 49th St.
New York City

An agency for social workers only
Vanderbilt 9435-9436



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SUBNORM/



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Beginning in October



October marks the beginning of the eleventh year of THE WORLD TOMORROW.
We are proud of the growth in this monthly journal and its influence during the
last ten years. Fittingly the eleventh year opens with two notable series of articles:
one, "Recent Gains in American Civilization;" the other, "A Group of Articles on
Vital Religion." Each in the two series is to be written by a distinguished critic of
contemporary life. These special features, which are to begin in October and run
for the next twelve months, are in addition to the material to be written on the topic
announced for each issue.



Recent Gains in American Civilization



By a group of distinguished critics of contemporary life
Harry Emerson Fosdick Religion Mary Austin



Charles A. Beard Government

Norman Thomas International Relations
Oswald Garrison Villard Journalism

Dallas Lore Sharp Education

Heywood Broun Stage and Screen

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Stuart Chase
Rockwell Kent
Charles S. Johnson
Mary Van Kleeck
David Starr Jordan



Literature
Business and Finance
Art

Race Relations

Industrial Relations

Science



age



,TS opportunities
health, re 1 .



l~oup of Articles on ^

RELIGION



Bureau, 315 Six

WANTED: So< P FRANCIS J. McCONNELL

ish organization

opportunities for ^KD ROBERTS

5946 SURVEY. jES W. GlLKEY

BOY SCOUTS OOD EDDY
men with leadershii
ability and experiencr**
tions. Thirty-day Tn A | ^. JOHNSON
or after placement
BOY SCOUTS OF A ROYDEN
Avenue, New York. , iir. pn

WANTED : Commu ft AVIS
York City wants a directo.
evenings. 5923 SURVEY. SIEBUHR

JCCOCK

J-JONES



DO YOU



The October Number

The Concentration of Economic Power

The Trend Toward Concentration of Industrial Centre 1

By RALPH BORSODI

Size of corporations and their control, interlocking director-
ates, c'vnn stores, department stores, mail order houses, trans-
portation and communication.



Concentration and Efficiency



By ROGER EABSON



To -what extent does concentration of control increit-g
ciertcy and raise the standard of living?

The Bankers and Industry By JOHN F. SINCXA1

Site of banks, interlocking directorates, control of credi
nature and extent of control over industrial corporations. *

Kg Business at Washington

By WILLIAM JETT LATJCK

The relation between money and politics, importance of eco-
nomic questions, nature and extent of pressure on legislatures.

Money and Public Opinion By FREMONT OLDER

Power of money over the press, moving pictures, radio an\
educational institutions.

How Can We Secure More Democratic Control?

By LEO WOLMAN

An outline of the steps required to curb financial industrial
autocracy. What part hare the following to play- trade
unionism, public control and ownership, cooperative move-
ment, taxation, etc.



Trained and Exper'

Executive Sec OMORROW, Inc.

MTdtaf'soc: 11 '' N ' W Y rk C!ty



Church ^""-dously interested in the two series of articles which will run for a year, beginning in October, in
Field S<- JMORROW. Please erJ-er my subscription for one year. (I enclose $2.00, Canada $2.25, Foreign $2.50^
Personne- subscription with THE SURVEY for $6.00 instead of the regular $7.00 or with THE SURVEY GRAPHIC /or
When you have of $ 5 - 00 - A " three *' or $ 8 - 00 instead of $10.00 if this coupon is used.



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