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The Office of Student Placement has announced a series of weekly informal meetings relating to career planning. The meetings are part of the Offices' program of aiding undergraduates and students in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences to plan their post-graduate careers.

Thomas E. Crooks '49, Director of the Office of Student Placement, has set up the discussions to supplement the large group meetings on opportunities in specific fields which the Office has sponsored in the past.

The small discussions take place in House Common Rooms where successful men in particular fields talk informally with a small group of students. Government service and the Federal Service Entrance Examinations will be the topic of the next of these meetings, which is scheduled for Tuesday at 4 p.m. in the Winthrop House Senior Common Room.

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