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Settlement. Resident position. To report
any time before October ist. 5831 SURVEY.



WORKERS WANTED

HOUSEHOLD MANAGER for New
York Settlement. Only woman of ability
and exceptionally good background can
fill need. August i. 5851 SURVEY.

WANTED: Trained Superintendent by
Young Women's Hebrew Association of
New Orleans. State qualifications, salary
expected and when available. Address
Mrs. Julius Goldman, Chairman Advisory
Committee, 1525 Joseph St., New Orleans,
Louisiana.

PERSONAL SERyiCE WORKER, resi-
dent, for settlement in New York. Success-
ful case work experience and a gift for
making happy contacts essential. August I.
5852 SURVEY.

WANTED: Teacher of case work in an
institution for the training of negro social
workers. White or colored person, who
has had supervisory experience in case
work desired. Institution supported in
part by two large national foundations
and local community chest; has inter-
racial board of the highest type; is located
in a leading southern city. Salary $2,400
or more, depending upon training and
experience. Communicate with 5859
SURVEY.

WANTED; at the Children's Village,
Dobbs Ferry on Hudson, N. Y., a cottage
couple, middle aged and competent, who
are fond of children, and capable of firm
but 'kindly control ; man experienced as a
carpenter or blacksmith preferred. Apply
to Leon C. Faulkner, Managing Director.

GRADUATE NURSES, dietitians, labor-
atory technicians for excellent hospital
positions everywhere. Write for free book
now. Aznoe's Central Registry for Nurses,
30 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago, Illinois.

WANTED: Catholic Social Case Work-
er, college graduate with at least one year
of experience in an approved agency. 5790
SURVEY.

SUPERVISOR for boys' work in small
settlement. Part time, four evenings, two
afternoons. Must have training in pro-
gressive methods. 5861 SURVEY.



SOCIAL WORK POSITIONS OPEN



Managing Director: Settlement, exp. , main-
tenance, $4500.

Child Welfare Worker, exp., Phila., $2000.
Psychologists (2) School, $1600-1800.
Parole Worker, speak Yiddish, exp., $2000.
Assistant Superintendent, case work exp.,
College $1800.



Personnel Secretary, College, exp., $1700

Medical Social Worker, speak Yiddish,

$1500.

Psychiatric Social Worker, exp., Rochester.

Nurse, R.N.. exp. Orthopaedics, $1500.

Woman Dentist. School, main., $1200.

Summer Camp Counselors.



Are you using this Comprehensive Discriminating Servicef
Miss Holmes, herself a trained social worker,
will give your problems her personal attention.



William D. Camp
President

Gertrude D. Holmes
Director



SOCIAL SERVICE DIVISION 100

of
EXECUTIVE SERVICE CORPORATION



East 42nd St.
New York

Ashland 6000



Attention Social Workers!

Positions open noiv for

Child Placing Executive, East. $2,400.

Child Welfare workers and home
finders (8), East and Mid-West.
$1,200-$2,200.

Executive Secretary, Council of So-
cial Agencies, East. $3,000.

Psychiatric workers (2), behavior!
problems, adolescent girls, Mid-
West. $1,500-$!, 800.

Girls' club workers (10), recreation'
training, for Settlements in N. Y.,
Phila., Des Moines. Pittsburgh.
$1,500-$2,400.

Experienced family case workers
(34), East, South, Mid- West
$1,500-$3,000.

Executives (9), case work and group!
work exp. for welfare centers, i
Penna., Conn., N. J., Md., Wis.,1
Ohio. $1,800-$2,500.

Asst. dir., N. Y. community house.
$100 mo. and maint

Supervisor, demonstration play cen-
ter, East. $2,400.

Supt., small home for girls awaiting
adoption, Penna. $100 mo. and
maint.

Opportunities for college graduates
with Sociology major to secure
training in social case work, be-
ginning salary $100 a mo.

THE COLLEGIATE SERVICE, Inc.

Occupational Bureau for College Women

11 East 44th Street

New York City

Social Work Dept. in charge of Pauline R.
Strode, Ph.B. University of Chicago and
graduate of Chicago School of Civics and
Philanthropy

No registration fee
Send for application forma



GERTRUDE R. STEIN, Inc.

Vocational Service

18 East 41st Street New York City

A professional employment bureau sincerely
attempting to do a good job for both employers
and workers in social service organisations.



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COOPERATIVE PLACEMENT SERV-
ICE. Social workers, secretaries, super-
intendents, matrons, housekeepers, dieti-
tians, cafeteria managers. The Richard*
Bureau, 68 Bamei Street, Providence, R. I.

EXPERIENCED family case worker.
Christian woman, Protestant. 25 to 35 years
old. To work with a national organization
in Louisiana or Arkansas. Write stating
qualifications and salary expected. 5862
SURVEY.



OPPORTUNITIES

BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA need
men with leadership and administrative
ability and experience for executive posi-
tions. Thirty-day Training Schools before
or after placement Further information
BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, 200 Fifth
Avenue, New York.

WE HAVE OPENINGS in Sales De-
partment for several men of vision and
personality. Dignified work with annually
increasing income. Isadore Fried, General
Agent, New England Mutual Life Ins.
Company, 1440 Broadway.
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SITUATIONS WANTED

VoMAN, EXECUTIVE, (Jewish), ex-
p ienced in community organization,
fnily welfare, and other phases of social
trie, desires connection. Available im-
idiately. Highest credentials. 5858
SRVEY.



[EWISH WOMAN, experienced, head
o community center and settlement, avail-
tie next October for position in New York
( y. Will also consider child welfare or
j-is' delinquent work. 5836 SURVEY.

WANTED: Position as companion-
cretary, convalescent nurse, or tutor for
did, by young woman of pleasing per-
nality, college education and varied ex-
irience. 5820 SURVEY.

YOUNG WOMAN, with executive' abil-
,'J, training, and successful experience
unts organization job where case work
lowledge is used. Child welfare, South
t East, preferred. 5843 SURVEY.

SUPERINTENDENT, varied experience
; executive and organizer, pleasant per-
nality. For children, convalescents, or
d folks. 5808 SURVEY.

WANTED: Position as head worker in
ttlement in middle West, preferably
bio. College education and several years
:perience in Settlements. 5806 SURVEY.

EXECUTIVE: 10 years supervisory and
anagerial capacities. Thorough knowl-
Ige of boys. Capable of taking more
lan average interest. Excellent refer-
ices. 5835 SURVEY.

BOYS' CLUB or Home Director. Young
.an of twelve years experience with boyi,
ould like to transfer to larger field in
all. Excellent references as to character,
nd disciplinarian. 5810 SURVEY.

YOUNG MAN, college graduate, thor-
jghly experienced in all phases of institu-
onal work caring for children. Capable
epartment head and recreational director.
osition in similar capacity desired. 5844

URVEY.

YOUNG WOMAN, former teacher in
Government hospitals, some social service
xperiences, desires welfare work. Adapted
D and extremely interested in same.
teferences. 5845 SURVEY.

EXECUTIVE, capable man, with leader-
hip and administrative ability. Trained
n Young Men's Christian Association and
hurch. Seventeen years experience work
vith boys and young men. Ordained
3aptist minister. Desires institutional
nanagcment or field service. Present
alary $3,000. 5839 SURVEY.

WANTED: Position in Institutional
Management by trained Home Economics
graduate of mid-western university. Will
furnish refere-nces. 5847 SURVEY.

SUPERINTENDENT, varied experience
jn Child Welfare work and with foreign
3orn, available in October for position in
Institution for children. Especially inter-
ested in health projects. 5848 SUBVEY.

YOUNG RUSSIAN GIRL, Bryn Mawr
Summer School Student, double entry book-
keeping, typist, foreign languages^ two
years pre-medical work, wishes position in
clinic, doctor's office or social agency.
5849 SURVEY.



SITUATIONS WANTED

WANTED: A situation in nursery
school by married couple (both M. A. and
B. K.) who have both taken special
training and practice in nursery school
work. Salary requirements moderate.
Could take two full-time positions, but !
would prefer time-and-a-half. Address
O. Bacmeister, Box 171, Toulon, 111.

ATTRACTIVE Mills College graduate
in physical education wants position, not
necessarily teaching. Two years in settle-
ment work, one year charge girls' gym-
nasium large high school; also sports,
camping, some private secretary work.

5855 SURVEY.

YOUNG WOMAN desires position as
Assistant Superintendent or dietitian in
Institution. College education, special train-
ing and experience in institutional work.

5856 SURVEY.

WOMAN EXECUTIVE; campaign
worker and experienced organizer of
varied welfare and educational activities
seeking appointment. Especially interested
in child welfare, women in industry, and
adult education. 5833 SURVEY.

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, 31 years,
college graduate, eight years experience as
campaign manager of large institutions,
also purchasing agent of Hospital, desires
position with large reputable organization.
Good systematizer; .legal training. Best
references. 5857 SURVEY.

COLORED MAN, Columbia A. M.,
trained psychologist, two years teaching,
desires teaching in or principalship or
superimendency of school for delinquent
or orphan boys ; would consider other wel-
fare work with boys. 5860 SURVEY.

WANTED opportunity to participate
in community organization project de-
signed to promote the most efficient organ-
ization of social agencies with maximum
amount of democratic control. Social work-
er, woman, eight years' experience (six as
executive) desires to make a change, if
change offers participation in vital pro-
gram for study of present aims, methods,
results of social work. In addition to
previous business experience, experience
covers community organization, financial,
publicity, social legislation campaigns,
urban and rural health programs. East
preferred. 5825 SURVEY.

BOYS' WORKER experienced in Com-
munity Center Activities and problem boy
cases, Big Brother Executive, Scout
Leader, Red Cross Instructor, Camp
Director, Probation Officer desires change.
5824 SURVEY.

FAMILY CASE WORKER, experienced
wishes position with a Jewish .
Agency. Available at once. 5840 ^

"Home -Making as a Profession"

I, a 30-pp 111 handbook-it'* FREE. -_*
Domestic Science course., for teaching. Inrtllu
manasement. etc.. and for hom.m.JJnj "
Am. School of Home Economic,. 849 E. 58th St.. Cl.



HOME OFFERED



New Y or k
Do You Know the Need

.for trained executive! and other
workers in institution*?

Do you realize the constant demand
From Boards of Director* for practi-
cally trained workers to fill important
position*?

The new National Training School
for Institution Executives and other
Workers at the 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.

Endorsed and partially financed by
the Laura Spellman Rockefeller Mem-
orial.

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

For furthtr information addritt

CALVIK DIMICK, Dton
THE NATIONAL TRAINING SCHOOL

Dobbs Ferry on Hudson

FOR INSTITUTION EXECUTIVES

AND OTHER WORKERS

New York



THE OLIVIA SAGE SCHOOL OF
PRACTICAL NURSING offers one year',
course in special bedside nursing to limited
number of women. Classes formed quar-
terly. Pupils receive maintenance ; uni-
form; salary. Apply to Superintendent tf
Nurses. New York Infirmary for Women
and Children, 321 East isth Street, New
York City.



SMALL NURSERY GROUP

Beautiful country surroundings
Healthy, simple, homelike experience for

very limited number of children aged 4

to 7, June, July, August
Westchester Co., 2 hrs. from New York.
Director, ALVIE NITSCHKE, Walden

School, 34 West 68th Street, New York.



REFINED country home, fifteen miles
from Philadelphia, offered to school-aged
child. Woman, middle-aged married '
Protestant. Good schools available. 5 4.
i SURVEY.
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RESIDENT SCHOLARSHIPS

are available October 1, 1927

at
East Side House, New York City

to young women wishing to fit them-
selves for responsible positions in social
settlement or community work.

Definite training under expert super-
vision in neighborhood surveys, group
activities and work with adult immi-
grants of many nationalities.

Address,

EAST SIDE HOUSE, 540 East 76^ Street,
HELEN HART, Head Worker



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Summer Cottages, Real Estate, ^Board



AirV* A communit y f r artists, radicals and thinking people now
7 * in the making at Croton-on-Hudson; one hour from Grand
Central with 100 trains daily.

A pre-requisite for admission to this community is that one be socially minded
enough to want to build a free community and intelligent enough to mind one's
own business. High, dry and beautifully wooded land with river views. All
improvements and at prices low enough to suit almost anyone.

HARRY KELLY
70 Fifth Avenue, New York City

Room 411 Telephone Chelsea 0432



Connecticut



CRESCENT BEACH

Furnished Cottages For Rent

For sale, cottages, $2500, $8000. 50 Ft.
cottage lot $800, 20 acre waterfront
:amp site. 100 acre seashore property,
cottages built to order. Easy terms.

Cruttenden, Crescent Beach, Conn.



Maine



"Quiet Acres," North Anson,
Me . Old fashioned house,
barns, etc. (good repair), main road, un-
usual trees, high land. Thirty acres, river,
near lakes, hunting camps, water In house,
furnace, electricity, available furnished,
rent for summer. ELIZABETH P. MOORE,
West Chester, Pa.



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FOR RENT: For the Summer, com-
pletely furnished, comfortable, small
summer bungalow in Green Mountains,
Southern Vermont. Suitable for occu-
pation by married couple or two women.
For information, apply Box 5779 SURVEY.



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Wants in The Survey



Dr. Joseph K. Hart's poem

PROPHET OF A
NAMELESS GOD

which renders the legends of
Elijah, the first of the social
prophets, into their modern
meanings, has been published by

HAROLD VINAL

562 Fifth Avenue, New York.

Copies may be secured of the pub-
lisher; or of the author, at

112 E. iQth Street, New York
at $2.10 per copy, postpaid.



New York



DUTCH COLONIAL FARM-HOUSE

unfurnished. Use of half mile River
shore. Beautiful scenery. Vitalizing
air. Haven of health. Pleasant motor
trips. Rental for season May to Novem-
ber, J250. S. B. BARTON, Nichols, N. Y.



(In answering aJverti.



APARTMENT TO RENT

HALF RENT, June i for four months,
completely furnished apartment, six rooms,
fourteen windows, East, South and West.
$400 for season to responsible tenant.
F. D. Steele, 102 West 93rd St., N. Y. C.



ROOMS

FOR RENT for the summer. To busi-
ness women or students, two desirable
roc/*ns in large apartment overlooking
Morningside Drive. Entire apartment
available at moderate rental in June and
July. Telephone for appointment after
June ist. DANIELS, Cathedral 4680.



BOARD

THE UNIVERSITY SETTLEMENT
has vacancies for several summer residents
open now. Apply to Headworker, 184
Eldridge Street, New York.



CURRENT PAMPHLETS

COOKING FOR PROFIT, by Alice Bradley,
describes home-study course, which in-
cludes catering, tea room, cafeteria and
lunch room management. "51 Ways to
Make Money" free. Am. School of Home
Economics, 5772 Drexel Ave., Chicago.

"WHAT EVERT WOMAN SHOULD KNOW
ABOUT CITIZENSHIP". Published in two
editions, English and English-Yiddish.
Booklet answers questions concerning
naturalization of alien and native wo-
men, interpreting Cable Act. 150 a copy.
Department of Immigrant Aid National
Council of Jewish Women, 799 Broad-
way, New York City.

DELINQUENT GIRLS ON PAROLE, A Study
of Girls Paroled from Cedar Knolls
School, Hawthorne, N. Y., 1909-1925, by
Alice D. Menken, Vice-President, Jewish
Board of Guardians, 228 East i9th
Street, N. Y. C. "Reprint from Jewish
Social Service Quarterly, Sept. 1926."
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the part which trained nurses are taki
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your Surveys of the following datei,
will you be good enough to return
them for our use?

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pend your vacation in the most beauti-
spot in the Adirondacks; a place to
and enjoy yourself. Right by the
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feet higher than Lake George. Our
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es $25.00 per week,
end for booklet to the following New
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ant 8135. 805 Freeman St.; Tel.,
latrick 4379, or to

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HOTEL

M. BooTri, Manager
Imond Point, N. Y. Tel. Bolton 60F21



BLUE JAY LODGE

tyodbridge Connecticut

deal place for restful vacation or
ek end in country. Good wholesome
Moderate rates. Two hours from
| Y. near New Haven. Write for

her information.



VACATION AT THE VICTOR

(Modern, reasonable)
Woodstock, New York
\he Summer Art Center of America
autiful mountain scenery, Art School
Exhibits. Little Theatre. Inspiring,
itful. Write today.



ittan Beach Hotel, New York

the seashore. Modern; fireproof.
:-like comforts. Outdoor sports ; surf
ting; 37 minutes to Times Sq. via
Now open for Spring and Summer
jrvations. Rates moderate. Phone
:pshead 3000.



DIRONDACKS, The CRATER CLUB,

Essex-on-Lake-Champlain. Cottages
Sth central club house where meals
re served. References required. For
rcular or information address JOHN
, BURNHAM, 233 Broadway, New
irk City.



Keene Valley Inn and Cottages
KEENE VALLEY, N. Y.

dirondack Mts. Rates $18 to $30 per
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To think of having that galaxy of talents select
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