Helping Women Help Themselves, draft, 1971, page 7

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of a general nature as do other states. 

5. Check your library's Directory of Approved Counseling Agencies for further information on where to get vocational guidance. Some references are:

Directory of Approved Counseling Agencies
American Personnel and Guidance Association
1605 New Hampshire Avenue N.W. [handwritten] out of date? 
Washington, D.C. 20009

[Occupational] Outlook Handbook
Superintendent of Documents
Government Printing Office
Washington, D.[C]. 20402

The Women's Bureau
U.S. Department of Labor
Washington D.C. 20416
(Ask to see their bibliography first).

6. For part-time employment such as Manpower, Tempo, Employers Overload, Catlyst, and NewTime. [handwritten] This must be strengthened. Since it speaks to needs of many women. 

7. Some women may wish to start their own businesses. Write to: 

The Small Business Administration 
Washington, D.C. 20416 

You can also contact your local Chamber of Commerce, and when in doubt the Better Business Bureau. State Employment Offices and State Commerce Departments also provide some business advice. 

6. To prepare for job interviews write for a free Guide to Preparing a Resume from the N.Y. State Employment Service, Professional Office, 444 Madison Avenue, N.Y., N.Y. 10022. Another excellent reference is PICK YOUR JOB AND LAND IT by S.W. and M.G. Edlund, Prentice-Hall Inc., Englewood Cliffs, N.J. Check your library first.