The attention of graduates is invited to the fact that for several years the secretary of the university has voluntarily acted as a medium of communication between persons seeking to secure educated young men to assist them in teaching, professional work, or business, and students or graduates of the university desirous of obtaining such employment. For this purpose the secretary keeps a list of graduates engaged in teaching, another of students about to graduate who wish employment immediately thereafter, and a third of students who desire temporary work in summer vacations. The results have been satisfactory except in respect to obtaining advantageous summer employment for students. From one to two hundred students apply for summer work each spring but a comparatively small number benefit it through the secretary's aid. The co-operation of the alumni is requested in all three branches of this work.
Co-operation of the Graduates.
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