Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, March 24, 1942, Page 6, Image 6

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More than a college diploma is needed for jobs these
days. War industries are draining the country of
trained men and women, yet business and professional
personnel directors demand more than a high GPA in
their future employees. They wanted their employees
to have a foundation basis of experience as well. Many
positions where such necessary and valuable experi
ence is gained are now opened on the Emerald busi
ness staff. Graduating Emerald workers can always
count on a hearty recommendation from W. F. G.
Thatcher, professor of advertising, and Dean Victor P.
Morris of the Business administration school.
@ Experience
© Opportunity
© Activity
© Fun
Attend This Meeting!
Wednesday at 8:00
Students interested in
joining the staff are in
vited to this Wednesday
meeting at 7:30 in Room
105, Journalism, where
Fred O. May, business
manager, and Betty
^ Jane Biggs, advertising
manager, will explain
more fully what the Em
erald business staff can
offer you.
Oregon W Emerald
Room 5, Journalism. Fred O. May, Mgr.