Memo from Nora Percival to Catharine Stimpson, regarding the task force report, May 6, 1971, page 2
or perhaps young women in general, as well as provide a rewarding service opportunity to the corps itself -- and incidentally build alumnae involvement with Barnard, which is one of our primary objectives. Far from being confined to the mechanics of career training or advancement, the advice this corps could offer might range from the psychological and sociological and family problems of reorienting one's life to the best approach to new career objective --— and everything in between. when personal contacts develop between receptive people of like interests, anything can flower. If you feel this idea has some merit, I would like to explore it further with you before any move is made for a formal proposal to the task force. In any case, I would be glad to have your reaction to the idea.