ERIC Number: ED172035
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1978-Jun
Reference Count: 0
The Collaborative Educational Programs of the National Association of Bank Women: Mechanisms for Career Change.
Thomas, Kirk R.; Parker, L. Allen
This case description portrays the educational programs of the National Association of Bank Women designed to meet the special needs of women seeking advancement or career changes in the banking industry. After sketching several shorter programs, the case elaborates upon the collaborative Baccalaureate Degree Program in Management for Women, which is offered at Simmons College in Boston, Mundelein College in Illinois, and Pitzer College in California. This program combines liberal arts, management education, and special training in attitudes and skills less common for women than for men aspiring to executive positions. The program also concentrates college residential requirements in two-week, semi-annual institutes and allows bank women to obtain credits by means of transfer courses, prior work experiences, and independent study. With these credit vehicles and the cooperation of their banks, women can work full-time and still complete the degree in three years. (This case description also includes examples of students who are participating in the management degree program.) (LRA)
Descriptors: Administrator Education, Adult Counseling, Adult Education, Adult Programs, Banking, Career Change, Career Choice, Career Guidance, Career Opportunities, Career Planning, Case Studies, Employed Women, Employment Opportunities, Females, Higher Education, Job Training, Occupational Mobility, Program Descriptions, Retraining, School Business Relationship, Vocational Followup
Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: Office of Education (DHEW), Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: Technical Education Research Center, Cambridge, MA.
Identifiers: National Association of Bank Women
Note: Not available in hard copy due to light and broken type; For related documents see CE 021 875, CE 022 116, CE 022 161-162, CE 022 164-165