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ERIC Number: ED127291
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1976-Apr
Pages: 18
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Reference Count: 0
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Intramural Office Organization and Training Intramural Secretaries.
Maas, Gerry; Van Der Kamp, Judy
The intramural secretary position is crucial for the smooth, efficient operation of an intramural office. Interest in intramurals and recreation sports is a must if the secretary is to do a good job. The highly motivated secretary will function like another intramural staff member in terms of knowledge of the program and service to students. Since the intramural secretary position requires knowledge of the program (which many other secretarial positions do not require), constant attention to upgrading the status and salary of this position should be one of the intramural director's annual tasks. The intramural office should be physically laid out to facilitate the handling of participants who come into the office. Intramural information should be conveniently located so that participants visiting the office in person can be served quickly and efficiently. Other essential things required in the intramural office are ample counter space, storage cabinets, supplies, and a duplicating machine. (This paper also includes numerous forms regarding team scheduling, individual participation of players, data sheets, and other forms useful for the intramural office). (SK)
Publication Type: Speeches/Meeting Papers
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Note: Presented at the Annual Conference of the National Intramural-Recreational Sports Association (27th, San Diego, California, April 1976)