ERIC Number: ED043733
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1967
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New Careers, A Basic Strategy Against Poverty.
The New Careers concept involves helping the disadvantaged to help themselves by offering them entry level jobs with the opportunity for training and advancement. New Careers provides the means to upgrade from entry level to professional occupations, with time made available during the work day for the education and training necessary for advancement. A definite hierarchy is established, with specific tasks and educational requirements defined for each level, so that no job is a dead-end job. This program not only provides new jobs protected against automation, but it helps the professions involved as well, by relieving critical manpower shortages and freeing professionals for more creative work. (BH)
Descriptors: Adult Vocational Education, Career Opportunities, Educationally Disadvantaged, Employment Opportunities, Federal Programs, Job Development, Labor Utilization, On the Job Training, Poverty Programs, Promotion (Occupational), Self Help Programs, Unemployment
A. Philip Randolph Educational Fund, 260 Park Avenue South, New York, New York 10010 ($.50)
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Authoring Institution: Randolph (A. Phillip) Educational Fund, New York, NY.