TITLE

Placement Service 'Reforms'

PUB. DATE
February 1973
SOURCE
Spectra;Feb1973, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p15
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This paper reports that the Administrative Committee at its April 1972 meetings has reviewed and voted on a series of Placement Service policy recommendations that had been generated by the Committee on the Status of Emerging Professionals following an analysis of the Placement Service questionnaire survey. The present policy of listing positions at no charge to employers shall be retained except that, assuming that it shall prove feasible, a $10 listing fee per position shall be charged all departments that are eligible for Speech Communication Association (SCA) Institutional Membership or are eligible for membership in the Association of Departments and Administrators in Speech Communication but that belong to neither. Employers at the SCA Annual Meeting Placement Service Center shall be designated by both number and institution name. In raising the question of possible departmental support for the publication of such listings, the committee expressed a reluctance to increase present registration costs.
ACCESSION #
15545883

 

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