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Jobs in the government will be discussed by a panel of experts at 8 p.m. tonight in the Lowell House Junior Common Room as the first program this year in the annual Conference on Careers.
Dean Mason of the Graduate School of Public Administration will moderate the discussion which will feature three other prominent men in different fields of government service.
They are Charles R. Cherington '35, associate professor of Government, Samuel T. Adams, Director of Personnel of the U.S. Bureau of the Budget, and Perkins Bass, a member of the New Hampshire legislature.
Adams will discuss federal service, while Bass will speak on state government. Cherington will talk about education for careers in government.
Each speech will last ten minutes. The discussion will then open to questions from the floor.
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