Working Together for Tomorrow’s Jobs

(New York: National Urban League / Office of Vocational Guidance, 1952).

Price: $450.00

Softcover. First edition. Slim quarto. [24]pp. Stapled wrappers. Staples oxidized, cover has modest foxing, near fine. A publication prepared by the Office of Vocational Guidance at the National Urban League, providing information about their Career Conference program, designed to give Black students "a chance to learn about requirements for careers and occupational opportunities... and to bring representatives of commerce and industry in direct contract." These conferences were held at various Black colleges and universities; the five conferences in 1951-52 were held at Bethune-Cookman College, Tuskegee Institute, Virginia State College, Arkansas AM&N College, and Tennessee A&I State University. The majority of the document consists of facsimiles of newspaper articles about the conferences and letters of thanks from the institutions. *OCLC* locates no copies.

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Item #549801 Working Together for Tomorrow’s Jobs