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App2ndix A
Southern Regional Education Board
Resource Development Project
ACADEMIC YEAR INTERNS
1968-1969
Economic Development Administration
Intern, College or
University, Dates
Dickerson, Oscar
Holloway , I,ister
Al abama A & M College
(10/14--2/11.:.)
Grant, William
Paone, J ob.21
Ur..iversity of Virginia
Project Description
Assigned to assist Peoples Cooperat i ve of
Madison County, Alabama, through an improved record-keeping system and educational efforts to promote advantages of
cooperative efforts.
Assigiced to provide follow-up ass istance
in dcve lop::.ng Buc}j_ngham County, Virginia,
Buyers Co- op .
(11/6--5/30)
Everhardt, Jerry
UNC-CH
French, Nita
Guilford
He:~,ze son, John
w.c.u .
Participated in Pilot Study (conducted 12/6/682/8/69 ) to determine feasibility of major
service-learning study in North Car olina .
Part icipating i n stitutions and the SmithRichardson Foundat ion provided support for
this effort.
.Jolc.nson, Charly
N.C.S.U.
Ki ng , Gary
E.c.u.


Penick, George


Davi d.:con
Wassell, P~yllis
J .C. Smith
Wi~_liams, Garland
Mars Hill
Seninar on Economic
Development Administration
conducted for 12 interns by
·ch'= Departments of Poli ti cal
Science and Economics of
Middle Tennessee State Univer sity (1/1/69--6/30/ 69 )
Bas ic purpose of this pilot prog~am in the
Teaching of Economic Deve l opment Administrat i o:r.
was to intensify the l earning environment by
providing an opportunity to participate direct ...
l y in an actual community development effort.
Rural and urban-oriented Model Cities Programs
in Sm~thvi lle and Nashville provided learning
context. Each intern is pr epari1g a final
report and eval uation of the semj_nar . MTSU i s
preparing an evaluation report on this approach
to teaching Economic Development Administratic!'l.
�13
Economic Development Administration (continued)
Intern, College or
r_Tniversity, Dates
Haire, Douglas
Georgia State
Whelan, David
Georgia Institute of
Technology
Zauderer, Gail
Agnes Scott College
Project Description
Assisted with development of Atlanta ServiceLearning Program.
(1/6--3/14)
Goodrum, Lloyd
Leich, Joan
Mars Hill College
(1/20--5/23)
Hanzlik, Rayburn
Uni versity of Virginia
(2/20--5/30)
Sweet, Charles
Duke University
(3/18--5/30)
OfficE_~
Provided research assistance for Madison-Buncombe Rural Development Council, I nc ., to
examine economic and social impact of t he foo:i
stamp program and the commodity food program
in Madison County, North Carolina.
The Center f or the Study of Science , Te chnology
and Public Policy of the UniversitY. of Virginia
sponsored a project to survey existing resources within the university which are a lrend.y
or could in t he f uture pr ovide technica l
assistance t o the surroundi ng community i n
dealing with commun ity problems .
Examination of college Work-Study Program an~
its r e lati onshi p with SREB Servi ce-Learn5.ng
Internship Model.
_.· · :..:momic Oppor tunity
Munsc;.1, Cs.:,~ ~. t~o::-i
Un:l.v2~·:3 i ty of }!.':=;r yl and
(1.o/ 1;08--,:/ 3O/ 69)
Siffcy-,J , We..llac,·~
Mor ga;, St a i::-~ Cc.:ll ege
(1/ 20··-7/ 4/69)
With the Mar yl and Stat e Office of Economi c
Opportun i ty , intern cc 1duct ed comprehensive
revi ew of dimens i ons and implement a-: ions of
On-the- J ob Training i n Wes t ern Mar yland .
with Mor gan St at e College and De l aware Stat e
Offi c.8 of Bconomic Oppor tunity, proj ect des i gned to i Jenti fy causes of st udent unre st.
�Appendix B
Southern Regional Education Board
Resource Development Project
STATISTICAL ABSTRACT
Summer 1968
Project Subject Areas
Participating Host Agencies
Participating Universities and Colleges
Intern Profile
Counselor Prof ile
Former Intern Status - 1966-1968
Distribution of Int erns by State and Agency 1964-1968
�1·
I
J.4
PROJECT SU-EJECT JI.RF.AS
Summer 1968
EDA
Public Adm. & Finance
Econ. Analysis & Planning
Coinm. Action & Social Service
Tourism, Travel & Recreation
Manpower
Education & Training
Health & Sanitation
Legal Needs
Housing
Natural Res. Development
32
19
2
8
8
7
1
OEO TVA
CJJ:A
1
3
15
8
6
l
1
3
6
5
6
3
2
Summer
Summer
1968
1967
ARC TOI1AL % TCII1AL %
2
3
1
2
1
2
2
- 35 23 . 1
33
17
16
1 15
11~
8
6
5
2
151
21. 8
11.2
10.6
10.0
9.2
5.3
3.9
3.3
1.3
6
7.1
16 19.C'
10 - 11.9
10 11. 9
14 16.S
5 .5,
5
8.3
7
11 13.1
5. 9
5
0
B4
PARTICIPATING HOST AGENCIES WITH
WHOM INTERNS SERVED - Sl001ER 1968
Community Action Agencies
Economic Development Districts
1}eneral Development Organizations
Ste,te Office Departments
Tr ibut ary Area Organizations (TVA)
Regional Offices (EDA and OEO)


2!:nployment Service Off ices


Model Cities
Number of Agencies
1967 Agenci E:8
Repeat ing j_n
1968
1968
1967
29
26
22
15
12
27
14
16
~-
---11
10
7
~-
4
10
9
2
1
0
5
1
0
0
0
109
78
42
�15
PARTICI~ATING UNIVERSITIES AND co~~EGES
(Summer 1968 Resource Development Internship Programs)
Graduate Institutions
Undergraduate Institutions
Agnes Scott College
Auburn University
Alcorn A & M College
Clemson University
Alderson-Broaddus
College
Delta State College
Arkansas
A.M.
&
N.
College
Duke University
Augusta College
East Carolina University
Berry College
East Tennessee State University
Carson-Newman College
Emory University
.Clark College
Florida State University
Florida Presbyterian College
Florence State College
Glenville State College
Frostburg State College
Hampden-Sidney College
Furman University
Knoxville College
Georgia Southern College
Lambuth College
Georgia State College
Little Rock University
Louisiana State University
Middle Georgia C0llege
Medical College of South Carolina
Pembroke State College
Memphis State University
Tougaloo College
Middle Tennessee State University
University of West Florida
Mississippi State University
Valdosta State College
Morehead State University
Wilmington College (N.C.)
North Carolina State University
West Liberty State College
Oklahoma State University
(w. Va . )
Salisbury State College
\·Test Georgia College
Southeastern State College (Okla.)
Universi.ty of Alabama
Fest Virginia Inst. of
University of Arkansas
Technology
University of Georgia
University of Houston
University of Kentucky
University of Maryland
University of Mississippi
University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill )
University of Oklahoma
University of South Carolina
SUWffiRY
University of Southern Mississippi
!
Lt,_
,,:;, '?,
Unj_versity of Southwestern Louisiana
Graduat e Institutions
University of Tennessee
'
University of Texas
Undergraduate Instit uUniversity of Virginia
tions
Virginia Commonwealth Universit y
Virginia State College (Norfolk)
Junior Colleges
West Virginia University
€5'"1 1
Western Carolina University
- i
�16
1968 SUMMER I NTERN PROFILE
ACADEMIC MAJORS OF I NTERNS
Soc. Science and
Education
Bus . & Econ .
Law
Ar ch . , Eng. , Plng.
Humanit ies
Ag . , Rec., Home Ee.
Medicine
Natural Scienc es
EDA
OTA
29
4
27
5
8
6
1
7
1
3
1
OEO TVA ARC 1968 PERCENT
1967
%
25
7
1
66
43 . 7
40
41. 7
6
3
1
1
6
0
28 .5
7.3
7.3
4.6
3 .3
2.6
2.6
31
1
43
11
11
7
5
4
4
151
32 . 3
13 .5
6 .3
00 .
00 .
3.1
3. 1
5
1
1
1
4
2
13
6
0
0
3
3
9b
ACADEMIC STANDING
OTA OEO TVA ARC TOTAL PERCENT
EDA
Sophomore
,Tunior
3enior
Masters
Fh , D.
1-1 . D.
J. D. /Lavr


a. A. Graduate


1
14
21
23
8
4
8
79
4
4
4
2
1
15 _
1
7
2
1
7
10
11
1
4
5
5
1
-1
Ii3"
-13
1
26
1 43
4o ~
I
1 12)
4)
10)
15
1 151
47. 0%
43 . 0%
10.0%
PERSONAL DATA
OTA OEO
Male
12 35
70
Female
8
9
3
Average Age
22. 6 22 . 9 22 . 8
Aarri ed
21
29
7
Singl e
'.;O
8
22
Wh:i.t e
43
38
77
Non-White
2
2
5
REASONS GIVEN BY INTERNS FOR SEEKING
INTERNSHIP APPOINTMENT :
1967 1968
Relate academic theory
to real world
32.7% 33 . 1%
Contribute to developmental activities
22. 7 33 . 1
Research Experience
6.3 l6.1
Working with people
16,3 10 .5
Help with e: GrC!er cl10ice
18. 1
4. 8
3.6
2.4
Joh
EDA
TVA ARA TOTAL PERCENT
86.1
12
1
13 0
1
21
13. 9
23.1 22. 0 22.6
41..0
62
5
8
1
59. 0
89
142
94 . o
1
13
6 .o
9
FAMILY I NCCME LEVEL OF I N1I'ERNS
Below $5000
5000- 7~~99
7500-9999
10, 000-15,000
15,000-over
Total Responses
13
20
14
17
17
BI
16%
24.6
17. 2
21.
21.
�17
COUNSELOR PROFILE
Highest Degree
Attained
Ph.D.
M.A.
Other
1968
Percent
59
55 .6
34.9
9.4
37
10
106
Pos i tions Held
Assistant Professor
Ass ociate Professor
Dept. Chairman
Professor
Bureau Direct or
Instructor/Lecturer
Otner
Teaching Area
1968
Social Sciences & Education
Business & Economics
Agriculture, Home Ee. & Recreation
Archi tect ure, Eng . & Planni ng
Humanities
Law
Natural Sciences & Mathematics
Medici ne
52
29
9
5
..,";/
3
3
2
32
23
,~
_j
12
10
8
8
106
Pe:!:·c:ent
49.0
27. 3
8
r:
!
,I
4. 7
2. 8
2.8
2.8
1. 9
106
Years at University or Coll ege
1-2 years
3-5 years
6-10 _years
11-15 y ears
16-20 years
20-over years
unknown
48
27
12
7
4
Average Age
20- 29
30-39
40-49
50-59
60-69
y ear s
year s
years
years
years
7
1
106
Counsel ors Repeating f or Second Year :
24, or 22 . 6%
40. 8 y ee,rs
8
5l
27
13
7
106
�18
FORMER Ii~ERN STATUS - 1966-1968
(As of Dece~ber 31, 1968)
Current Educational Status
Graduate School
Undergraduate School
OTIIER
TOTAL
%
EDA
OEO
TiJA
48
37
29
16
16
11
1
65
99
28.5
17.8
8
6
-2
1
1
~,
r7
J+.9
26
5
2
0
1
3
2
0
0
0
0
2
0
42
10
3
13
14
12.1
2.8
o. 8
1.4
3.7
4.o
6
CurrE>nt Em-11loyment Status
Privr-tte In::lustry
Public Service
Education (Teaching )
F~der:=:.l Gov' t.
St atP. Gov't .
Local Gov 1 t.
T-::.~s ou:~-::e Dev.
Mili ts.::.· y
10
11
2
1
1
2
2
Unk.110-.,-~
32
19
14
2
67
20.0
9
1
2
0
12
3.4
187
90
58
12
347
Duplicat es ( Interns who
have serve(:l. in more than
one internship assig nment)
TOTALS
6
2
3
6
5
Intern· Evalua tion reg_uested "yes t1 or "no t1 response to followi ng
1\lould you be interested in receiving informat:'~ on concernquest ion:
ing emi:,loyment positions and educational opportunities i n community
or re s ource development?"
87.7% answer ed Yes
10. 7%
No
1.3%
N/ A
- - - - - - - -- - --- - -- - --- - - --- - - -- - - - - - -- --
�, ;fi'R~J:~-LiY P.ROG-f:Alv:S - J_J~)-~.-l Sf.:8
Distribution by s ·::-ate a nd Age:1cf Ri_~ ::msorship
ALA
Aff',_,

--·- EDA
C1.1A
OEO-CAP
- --
0:7-0-LS
·:,_:VA
su-67
su-68
su-66
AY-66-67
su-67
AY-67-68
su-68
su-67
su-68
su-67
su-68
su-66
su-67
su-64-65
su-66
AY-66-67
S"l.i·-:'.)'7
U,:;DOL
Tm'ALS:
su-68
su-67
Part-time
Full-time
Tota ls
%of Ail Interns
SUIIM/':..RY:
ARC
EDA
OEO
TVA
USDOL
1
3
1
ARK
2
3
2
".)
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
FI.A
GA
3
6
5
2
3
6
1
2
42
3
2
2
1
3
5
4
l
3
2
2
2
1
1
1
2
19
21
5.9
2
196
90
58
10
356
KY
LA
MISS
4
1
3
NC
2
3
3
3
3
6
1
2
2
1
_)
3
1
3
4
5
1
OKLA
SC
1
1
1
1
4
2
2
4
T:r-;x
Vl\.
1
1
2
4
3
1
4
4
1
9
4
W
VA DC
2
3
3
3
1
1
1
-
3
l
1
2
3
4
l"
-/
25
28
24
79
4
5
2
3
2
5
6
5
1
11
6
5
5
6
2
1
1
1
5
1 3
0 1
0 0
8 0
19
12 39
16
5
6 11 · 16
63
1
r~ 4
82
6
11
24
1
13 42
17
5
Ll 1.1 3.6 10. 8 1.4 .4.8 23. 1 1. 7 3.1 6. 8 0.3
0
4
0
4
Tor.AL
1
1
6
4
-:>
TENl\T
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
3
0
0 9 7
13
7 70 20
13
7 79 2·:·
3. 6 1. 9 21. 9 ·;- . .-;
MD
19
10
15
27
43
10
10
11
14
10
10
13
10
50
306
356

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