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The News Argus, April, 1982, Page 9
WSSU Alumni Unite In Charleston
Unity Day is a day that Rams from
all over the country unite to renew and
rededicate themselves to Winston-
Salem State University. It is sponsored
by the WSSU Alumni Association. It
will be held at the Sheraton Charleston
Hotel in Charleston, South Carolina.
There are several activities plan
ned for making your two-day stay a
The theme will be: “Everything Must
Change-Wings of Progress.”
Unity Day Scliedule
FRIDAY, APRIL 9, 1982
Registration Peacock Promenade General Session
4-6:00 p.m. Chancellor’s Remarks 12-12:30 p.m.
Moonlight Cruise 7-10:30p.m. Tour City & Sightseeing l-4:30p.m.
($10 per person)
SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1982
Registration 9-11:00 a.m. Hospitality Suite Open 2-4:30 p.m.
Jobs Available For College
Students Despite Cutbacks
One source for summer jobs across
the nation—always big and often
neglected by collegian jobseekers—is
not quite as big this year. But it’s still
big, particularly in the kinds of jobs for
guys and girls who need to make some
bread between June and September.
This is the summer job market for
positions with Federal departments
and agencies, which include anything
from being a lifeguard with the
National Park Service to a geologist
with the Bureau of Mines. Most of
these jobs are filled through the Office
of Personnel Management (formerly
the Civil Service Commission), which
has regional offices across the nation.
A nationwide survey conducted by
Federal Jobs, for the particular benefit
of collegian jobseekers, shows that
Uncle Sam, responding to President
Reagan’s drive to cut back on Big
Government, has pared the number of
job availabilities for this summer
considerably, sometimes by as much
as 50 percent in some regions. That’s
the bad news.
The good news. Federal Jobs found
out, is that the kinds of jobs left,
around 10,000 nationwide (excluding
special programs for minorities), are
ideal for college men and women.
Federal Jobs, a biweekly newspaper
devoted to listings of jobs available in
the Federal government sector, is out
now with its Annual Summer Jobs
Issue, listing thousands of opportuni
ties state by state. Federal Jobs also
gives tips and detailed explanations on
how to apply for them and otherwise
find your way through the bureaucratic
Job recruiters at 0PM regional
offices told Federal Jobs that most
cutbacks are of middle-level jobs;
typically, administrative positions
which wouldn’t be filled by collegiansr
anyway. But there is still a heavy
demand for people who can type, file
GREEK STEP SHOW
A Reminder from
If you are a male citizen, or alien residing in the U.S.,
you must register with Selective Service within 30 days
of your 18th birthday.
If you were born in 1960, 61, 62 or 63 you should already
have registered. If you have not, you should do so as
soon as possible. There is a grace period for late
registrations without penalty in effect through
February 28, 1982.
You may register at any U.S. Post Office.
Selective Service Svstem
Registration Information Bureau
Washington D.C. 20435
or otherwise clerk, modest but respect
ably-paying jobs for many people
between semesters. There also remain
plenty of upper echelon availabilities
for students with good track records in
engineering—which is in particular
demand-or other science/technocrat
areas, including medical and health
assignments for premeds.
But act fast. Federal Jobs warns.
Most job deadlines are March 15 or
For further information on Federal
Jobs, write the publication at Dept. C,
240 Madison Ave., New York, NY
10016. A copy of the Annual Summer
Jobs Issue, priced at $5.50 postpaid, is
available from the same address.
Banquet & Program Cotillion ABC
Unity Day Dance 9 p.m.-l:00 a.m.
SUNDAY, APRIL 11, 1982
Unity Day Farewell 12:30 p.m.
Hospitality room provided by Mr.
Tony Couch and ARA Services Inc.,
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awakening coed program have been
argued about in the past, as well as the
present. The rules were made by the
students of WSSU in 1974 and endors
ed by the Board of Trustees. “Students
nor faculty can change the rules
without starting at the top,” stated
Benson. Benson feels that coed visita
tion rules are subject to change only if
the students deal with them positively.
Coed visitation is an evolutionary pro
ject. There will be no giant steps,”
Seniors Should Prepare
Caps and Gowns may be purchased in
the University Book Store located on
the first floor of the Hauser Student
Union. The cost of the academic
regalia is $19.76. Make your purchase
early to insure perfect fit.
It is very important that seniors get in
touch with Mr. Carl Allen, class ad
visor, as soon as possible. He can be
reached by calling 761-2082 or by see
ing him in the Counseling Center
located on the third floor of Blair Hall.
Agency Seeks Teachers
The Foreign and Domestic Teachers
Organization needs teacher applicants
in all fields from Kingergarten through
College to fill between five and six
hundred teaching vacancies, both at
home and abroad.
Since 1968, the organization has been
finding vacancies and locating teach
ers both in foreign countries and in all
fifty states. It posseses hundreds of
current openings and has all pertinent
information on scholarships, grants
The principle problem with first year
teachers is where to find the jobs!
The information and brochure is free
and comes at an opportune time when
there are many more teachers than
Should you wish additional informa
tion about this organization, you may
write the Portland, Oregon Better
Business Bureau or the National
Teacher’s Placement Agency, UNI
VERSAL TEACHERS, Box 5231, Port
land, Oregon 97208.