36 Jobs in Germany Open to Harvard Men
Thirty-six jobs in German work groups will be available this summer to Harvard Students, it was announced by the National Students Association last night. The Americans will be paid subsistence wages while abroad.
The work groups, whose job it will be to aid rehabilitation of war torn areas in Germany, will be composed of Dutch and Germans as well as Americans. Costs for the trip, which begins the first week in July and ends in August, will run to about $350.
Further information about the jobs in Germany may be obtained at NSA head-quarters in Phillips Brooks House.