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THE ATIANTA SERVICE-LEARNING CONFERENCE
June - December 1969
Inaugural Meeting
Urban Needs = Educational Opportunities
White House Motor Inn, Atlanta, Georgia
June 30 -- July I, 1969
�Monday, June 30, 1969
8:00
9:00
Registration
MORNIN1 SESSION
Marcus J. Dash, Georgia Tech graduate student,
Chairman
Welcoming statements by Mayor Ivan Allen, Jr.
and U.S. Corrnnissioner of Education James
E. Allen, Jr. ( read by Logan Salada, Office
of Education)
9:30
ll:15
12:15
"A Broad Approach to Rapid Transit"
A case study presented by the ServiceLearning Players
"Service-Learning in Action in Atlanta"
An up-to-the-minute report chaired by Sam
Williams, Director of the Atlanta Urban
Corps, with reports by Tara Swartzel of Agnes
Scott College, Don Nelson of Georgia Tech,
Don Roe of C & S Bank and Charles Pyles of
Georgia State College
LUNCHEON SESSION
Dean Edward Holmes, &nory University , Chairman
Dora Skypeck, Emory University, presentation
of speakers
"Youth Service and Education"
Ed Ducree, Director of Upward Bound, Emory
University and Arthur G. Hansen, Presidentelect of the Georgia Institute of Technology
�2:00
AFTERlfOON SESSION
Seminars on service-learning concent i~d program
chairmen and room assig~~ents:
James Austin, Ga. ~-1unici:pal Assoc.
Room A
Robert Clayton, Spelman College
Room B
Calvin Cox, Atlanta Constitution1
Room C
Robert Nelson, Peace Corps
Room D
Russell Williams, Atlanta University
Center
Treaty Room
Refreshments available between 3 and 6 p.m. in
the Gaucho Room
4:30
6:00
Informal Discussion in the Gaucho Room
DINNER SESSION
Robert Nelson, Peace Corps, Chainnan
Prince Wilson, Executive Secretary, Atlanta
University Corporation, presentation of
speaker
Address by Lee Heubner, Staff Assistant to
President Nixon
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�Tuesday, July 1
9 :00
MJRlHNG SESSION
Carl Wieck, M::>rehouse College, Chairman
"Service-Learning and National Programs,"
an exchange with Tom Houser, deputy director
of the Peace Corps; H. Jeffrey Binda, executive assistant to the director of Volunteers
in Service to America; Paul Cromwell, special
assistant to the director 8f the Teacher Corps;
and Michael B. Goldstein, dire~tor of the Urban
Corps National Development Office.
10:25
J. D. Kimmins, Peace Corps, statement on work
group purposes and assignments
10 :30
Coffee Break
11:00
Work Groups on components of service-learning
Service: Ross Coggins, VISTA
Room A
Learning: Sally Cantor, lake Forest
College
Room B
Curriculum: William Pendleton, Emory
University
Room C
Finance: Charles W. M::>ore and Charles
H. Hamblen, Dept. of HEW
Room D
Research: Tim Jwles, Georgia State
College
Treaty Room
.. ~thods and Programs: William Allison,
Economic Opportunity Atlanta
Gaucho Room
1:00
LUNCHEON SESSION
William R. Pamsay, Southern Regional F.d.ucation
Board, Chairman
Brad Currey, Trust Company of Georgia,
presentation of speaker
"Needs of Urban .America," William Allison,
Deputy Administrator, Economic Opportunity
Atlanta
2 :30
~d.j ournment
�April 8 , 196 9
MEMORANDUM
To: Conce r ned Part ies
F r om: Sam W illiams , Staff Dire ctor , A tlanta Urban Corps
Subje c t : Urban Cor ps Statu
Tuesday, April 1, Sam WilUams assumed pos ition of Urban Corps staff
director , salaried by Southern Regional Educ ation Board and 11 loaned 11 to
the Atlanta Youth Council .
Most of the first week was sp nt i n taking inventory of various phases
of the Urban Corps . The most immedi a t e problem is finance . A small
administrative fund was donat d by SREB and Dan Sweat, A s sist nt to
th M yor . Present inv ntory of woi-k study funds av 1 b l e this summer
for Urb n Corps is 138 stud nt positions at 80% cost. All of thes
re
not firm commitments .. VISTA will finance 25 int rns at full cost.
Mr . Bill Ramsay and Charl s Sweet are visiting fin ncial aid offices of
Atlant colleges in n effort to "squeeze" more off- c mpus work study
funds fre . Fund rai ing born priv . te sources i s u..ndel' way with no
r eults as yet. A bu in em n ' s luncheon is ech dul d tor April 29 in
an effort to get fund commitm nts . A fund r !sing group ha be n
st bli hed und r the l d rship of Bill Ad ms of Georgi T ch.
Definition of job op nings i - under w y . It ppears that th city c n
cc pt t I st 100 stud nt . Definite job lot will be d fin · d th we k
of Ap ril 11 in city d p rtm nt • City fin ncing nd dmlnistr tion 111
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xpl ined in a m etlng of d pa.rtm nt h ds April 8,
city h:t rn
dcv loping t am will vl lt e.ch d p ,rtment during the w ek.
Int rnshlp d v lopment of. non ... f d r 1 non.city
nci s will b gin
April • Initial con cts and :r quests for 158 interns from th s
gencies
b n handled by T try All n. Student t ams will mor cl rly d fin
ch int rn requ t durln th n xt two w k and ho fully make n
contacts in oth r g nel
�CITY OF .ATLANT.A
CITY HALL
April 4, 1969
ATLANTA, GA. 30303
Tel. 522-4463 Area Code 404
IVAN ALLEN, JR., MAYOR
R. EARL LANDERS, Administrative Assistant
MRS. ANN M. MOSES, Executive Secretary
DAN E. SWEAT, JR., Director of Governmental Liaison
MEMORANDUM
To:
Concerned Parties
From: Sam William,
Subject:
143.215.248.55t Director,
Atlanta Urban Corps
Urban Corps Status
Tuesday, April 1, Sam Williams assumed position of Urban Corps staff
director, salaried by Southern Regional Education Board and 11 loaned" to
the Atlanta Youth Council.
Most of the first week was spent in taking inventory of various phases
of the Urban Corpso The most immediate problem is finance. A small
administrative fund was donated by SREB and Dan Sweat, A s sistant to
the Mayor. Present inventory of work study funds available this summer
for Urban Corps is 138 student positions at 80% cost. All of these are
not firm commitments. VIS TA will finance 25 interns at full cost.
Mr. Bill Ramsay and Charles Sweet are visiting financial aid offices of
Atlanta colleges in an effort to 11 squeeze 11 more off-campus work study
fu:rids free. Fund raising from private sources is under way with no
results as yet. A businessmen 1 s luncheon is scheduled for April
in
an effort to get fund commitments. A fund raising group has been
established under the leadership of Bill A dams of Georgia Tech.
2,
Definition of job openings is under way. It appears that the city can
accept at least 100 students. Definite job slots will be defined th~ week
of April 11 in city departments. City financing and administration will
be explained in a meeting of department h e ads April 8. A city intern
developing team will visit e ach de partment during the week.
Internship deve lopment of non-federal non-city agencies will begin
April 8. Initial contacts and requests for 158 interns from these agencies
has been handled by Terry Allen . Student te am s w ill more clearly d efine
each intern request during the ne x t two week s and hopefully make new
contacts in other agencies.
�Page Two
April 8 , 1969
Fedel'al agencies have agreed to participate as much as possible . One
hund:red of their swnmer interns will attend Urban Corps orientation
meetings and our development teams w ill visit federal agencies to help
them in choosing certain intern slots . Federal interns will be c hosen and
pl ced by federal agencies by merit of their civil service examination
scores . Cooperation this year is hopefully aimed at some placement
system of Urban Corps tnterns in future years .
J oe Kimmins has been loaned part-time from the Peace Corps Regional
Office and will be assisting on intern development. Diane Wilson; a
Spelman graduate, has been hired fulltime to assist in internship develop ..
ment . Ruse Caldwell will work part-time in pro gr m development and
is on loan from th Georgi M unicipal League. Fulltime secretaries are
badly n ed d .
Urban Corps offlc s will open the week of Apri111 . The address will be
30 Courtland Street , Atlanta; Georgia 30303 . The telephone number i s
525 ... 2662 . We hope to hav someone manning th phones by Monday,
April 14. Calls al'e pr scntly being handled through the Youth Council
t 522,.4463. Ext. 43 7.
Student recruitment will begin through fin nci 1 a.id offic s in e ch colleg
th w ek of April 18. Mayor Allen will mak a formal nnouncement of
the city's participation April 9 in pres r 1 se . Brochures describing
the Utb n Corps and stud nt appU.c tion form w'W be printed the week of
April 11.,
Th
Board of Truste e will meetiA pril 18 to el ct 8 p ople to th Ex cutive
Bo rd and to .P ss resolution
nd pp~ov minate
o the IRS will gr nt u
.x mpt t tus for donations .
E ct estim tea on n.umb .- of int _:rns is impossible at this time. No
wo:rk beginning d te ha b en s t. Th most impon nt f ct is th t th
Urb n Coi:p 1
live nd s t:rugglil'lg to
t on its fe t.
L rg - th - k
to;
Bill R ms y, SBEB
D n Swe t. City Hall
Rich Sp r. G ,orgl T ch
Th Atl nta Con titution
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�Page Two
April 4, 1969
Federal agencies have agreed to participate as much as possible. One
hundred of their summer interns will attend Urban Corps orientation
meetings and our development teams will visit federal agencies to help
them in choosing certain intern slots. Federal interns will be chos en and
placed by federal agencies by merit of their civil service examination
scores. Cooperation this year is hopefully aimed at some placement
system of Urban Corps interns in future years.
Joe Kimmins has been loaned part-time from the Peace Corps Regional
Office and will b e assisting on intern development. Diane Wilson, a
Spelman graduate, has been hired full time to assist in internship developW I L.L


ment. Russ Caldwell ~
work part-time 1n program development and
is on loan from the Georgia Municipal League. Full time secretaries are
badly needed.
Urban C orps offices will open the week of April 11. The address will be
30 Courtland Street, Atlanta, Georgia 30303. N-e phon @s a r e installed yet
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Student recruitment will begin throug~
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es in each college
the week of April 18. M~yor All~
l make a formal announcement of
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the city's participation Ap;il~
Brochures describing the Urban C o rps ~,?,¾~\
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The Board of Trustees will meet April 18
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si siil.Mlfi' to pass resolutions and approve minutes so the IRS will
grant us a tax exempt status for donations.
E x act estimates on number of interns is impossible at this time. N o
work beginning date has been set. The most important fact is that the
Urban Corps is alive and struggling to get on its ~~
L arge thank s to:
Bill Ramsay, SREB
Dan Sweat, City Hall
Rich Speer, Georgia Tech
The Atlanta Constitution
and an endl ess list
This m emo is not for publication.
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��The Atlanta Urban Corp is a cooperative program for bringing
bright, motivated young people into an intimate involvement
with Atlanta's municipal government and inter-city problems.
The primary emphasis is aimed at interim employment of college
students in Metropolitan government positions and in non-profit
agencies.
Available jobs range from administrative posts in city government
to social involvement in inter-city communities. The pro gram
offers a service-learning experience that acts as an extension
of the student's college education by exposing him to " real life"
problems by offering him a chance to temper idealism with actuality.
Internships provide not only a source of funds for the student,
it is also an educationally relevant experience that simultaneously
serves the city and its people.
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The Urban Corps is administered by participating agencies and
Atlanta's college students. It is funded mainly by the Federal
Work-Study Program through participating colleges. Students
that are financially eligible are funded 80% by fueir colleges and
20% by the employing agency. Atlanta businessmen and foundations
contribute funds for administration and interns not eligible for
work-study fundin g . The program is staffed almost entirely by
students~
Employing agencies include: the City of Atlanta, Fulton County
Government, DeKalb County Goyernment, Southern Regional Education
Board, VISTA, Soutnwest YMCA, Grady Hospital, Atlanta L:ilrary,
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Boys Club, and others.
Stud ents eli gibl e for the Urban Corps include entering fr e s hmen
through graduate students. Interested students should contact
their Student Gov ernmen t Office o r apply dir ectly to Atlan ta
Urban Co r ps, 30 Cour tland St r ee t N.E. , Atl an ta, Georgia 30303 .
Tel e pho n e : (404) 525 - 2662.
Mayo r I van Allen say s o f the Ur ban Co rps:
" Our yg.,ung people and our ci ti e s can no l onger
affo r ~ to b e s t r a ngers. The Ur ban Co rps o ffers
students a chance t o be in the mainstream of
Atlanta's problems and po tenti al s."
�April 9, 1969
ATLANTA URBAN CORPS
I.
Block Responsibilities of Pro gram
A. Job Slot Development
1. City of Atlanta
2. Non-Federal, Non-City Agencies
3. Federal Establishment
B.
Financing
1. Student Financial Aid Officer
2. Private Fund Raising
C.
Student Recruitment ( Atlanta Area Only)
1. Applications available via student government and
student centers on each campus.
2. Collection Point
3. · Screen with local S. F. A. officer
a . Financially eligible f or c.w.s.P. funds.
b. Non-eligible students.
D.
Placement
1. Committee representing students and agencies.
E.
Orientation o f Interns
1. Advanc e Correspondenc e
2. Orientation Seminars
F.
Public1i.ty
1. Mail and News Media
G.
Educatio nal aspect s
1. Profe ssional college conta cts
2. Development f or extended service programs and
career possibilities.
H.
Grievanc e Procedure for Intern and Agency
A. Board of Trustees final grievance step
I.
Job Evaluation during Employment Period
A. Complete report -On jobs, assignments and procedures
for future reference.
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April 9, 1969
Questions that Need Answers f or Urban
Corps to Functio n by June 16, 1969
( Nine weeks away)
1.
Ro l e o f Board of Trustees ( f or summer 1969 program)
2.
Role of Board of Directors (for summer 1969 program )
3.
Who appoints above Boards?
.4.
Role of College Relations Board.
5.
Ro l e of pro gram or staff director and student director.
6.
Clear definition of respo nsibility f or develo pment,
recruitment, placement, publicity, evaluation, and
fund expenditures.
7.
Le gal limitations of
the above.
8. Who
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incorporation papers 11 on any of
s et s policy for t hi s year ' s program.
Fle:x:i..bility for reorganization after first year experience.
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��CITY OF ATLANTA
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE
501 CITY HALL
ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30303
April 2, 1969
CHARLES L. DAVIS
DIRECTOR OF FINANCE
EDGAR A. VAUGHN , JR .
DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF FINANCE
GEORGE J . BERRY
DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF FINANCE
Mr . John w. Cox
Bxecutive Dir ctor
Atlanta Children & Youth Servic • Council
1201- B City Ball
Atlanta, Georgia 30303
Dear John:
letter of rch 21~ 1969, and Mr . Willi 1 .
ay'• lett r of March 19, 1969• r lating to the contribution by the
Southern gional due•tion Bo.rd to th Urb.xi Cor and other tt r .
A l discu11 d with you, it would b
sential that
have• co . 1 t
liat of all interns being
l oye und r th
r progren tog ther
with 1uch information · to which inter wtll b orking under wo1'k
•• ignment (fiunc:ed SOS f deral and 201 locally) and which of th
inte.rn, will be wotld.ng 1001 City.
te:r1•1 ie c:e.c iv _d together wldi wk d acripttone and
overall budg t, • d c
nation c.ao be
a to wh ther or not dy or
all of th aevent .n int rna ntionecl in your
o can qualify fos th
South rn Ile tonal ducatton ard r quir nt• for the 20,000 eontri•
bution.
lib n thi•
1taff to work
I will be more thaa. happy to •••isn I01111111V1;11.e of
you 1
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�April 10, 1969
MEMORANDUM
T o : Mr . Ralph Hulsey
From: Dan Sweat
The S ummer Urban Project Outline by your dep rtrnent is very
encouraging . It certainly indicates that much thought has been
given to sam real ne ds of the department which cannot be met
with day-to-d y r gular personnel.
I feel th t stud nt interns through the Urban C o rps could provide
a re l service in thi s area.
l hope that we can get other departm nts to thinking this progreseiv ly.
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Proeosed Job Ree;·uiremen t s:
Minimum age of 20.
Compl'eteo b·10 years of higher education at an accrec1i ted
college or university.
Desirable fields 6f study: Business
Aoministration, Industrial Engineering, Industrial Management,
Accounting, and other fields related to engineering or management~
MiMimum grade point average of 2.0 (C).
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Froposed I~ties to Iriclu de :
1~ ' Time and motion stu dy
2. Inventory accounting
3. Accident and safety training program
4. ~ersonnel management and recruting
5. Cost surveys
6. Miscjeanous
Proposed Disburs/nent of Emplovees:
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· Location
Description of Luties
1
.Main Offj_ce
I' re·paration of daily r e ports and other
general office duties.
3
Licidell Dr.
.Mao.co x l- ark
Hill Street
Gen e ral su rvey of g a :i..:b2: ge and stree t
cle a ning o pena tions; revi ew of report
forms and records systems; motion stu dy
regta rcing waste d time at stations.
Substations
~ersonnel assistance,including tr a ining
of new e mp loyees, investigation into
new fields of recruiting.
2
Hartsfield
Mayson Inc.
Research into more accur a te r e cording
of tonnages and costs associ a t e o with
disposal of pe rtru s 2ble ru bbish.
2
Special Ser.
Assistance to Mr. Brifgm a.n in time study,
apartment containe r service, etc..
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4
Mobile
Crew to deal in p u b lic relations, i.e.
civic s2nitary programs, public a wareness,
etc .•
2
Hunter (Night)
2
Mobi le
In~ es tigation into act iviti es on night
crews and r e lat e~ reporting.
Improve the re s i dents satis if action
'.vith the garbag e coll ect ioi:1 services
offered ~y t he S2n i t2 ti o n D~v i s i o n.
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TIME & HOTI00T STUDY
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MEMORANDUM
To: Mr. Earl Lande~e
From: Dan Sweat
This is to request ihat you · uthodze a transfer of $1~ 000
out of the St rn Family Fund ccount to the Atl t Children
and Youth Services CouncU for use in the dmlni trativ
organiz tio.n of the Urban Corps Pl'ograin,
Thi i in keepin with the int nt of th Stern g:r t
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re where it i vitally needed at this tune if the Urban
Corps i to succ ed.
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Boa rd of Tru stees
The Atlanta Ur§an Corps Board o f Trustees shall be
co mposed of t he o utstanding l eaders f rom th e student , educational,
business an d gov ernment co mmunity in metropolitan Atlanta,
including
t he f ollowi ng :
Student Bo dy Presi den t f@om Atl a~ ta area colle ges participaing
i n -~ e Allan t a Urban Co rps .
Coll ege Presi dents from Atlanta area colle ges participating
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by a ma jo rity o f the Boaid of Trustees .
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Th e term of mernbe rship'1 on t he Board o f Tru ste e;¾hall be as l ong a s
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Urb a n Corps on th e ove r a ll developme nt of th e college internship progr am.
Members of the Bo a rd of Trust ee s a re fr e e to attend a ll meeting s of the ·
Executive Board and to mak e a ll p e rtin e nt r e comme nd a ti ons to the Exe cutive
Board as it deems d e sir eable.
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B£--- It sh a ll a l so a pp r ove the a ppointmen t of
i re c tor of t h e At l an t a Urb a JCorp s ,
Th e Boa rd sh a ll a l s o e l ect
a ch a irma n o f th e Bo a rd of Tru s tees from i t s memb e r s hip and s a i d per so n
sh a ll n eith er be a s tu den t nor a membe r of t he Exec u t i ve Bo a r d .
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shall be c a rri e d out by th e Staff Dire ctor.
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The Board has responsibility in the following area s:
1.
The Board shall approve a ll Internship developments and
sha ll det ermine the areas of Inte rn shi p.
It shall a pprove
all n ew proj ec t areas for Internships.
2.
Th e Board shall re-evalu a te a ll Internships and remove or
reass i gn Interns as it deems nec essary upon recommendation
by the Personne l Co11Lrnittee.
3.
The Board shall ma inta in fi nanc i a l cont rol ove r f unds
appropri ated to th e ATLANTA URBAN CORPS.
Admini st r a tion of
s aid funds shall be the responsibility of th e S t a ff Director.
4.
The Board shall ac t as an appea l g ri evance board for a ll
parti es i n the ATLANTA URBAN CORPS, including both Student
I nterns and the dep a rtme nts or agencies to which Interns are
assi g n e d.
5.
The Board sl1a ll determine a ll polici es regardfng pub lic
relations and information r e l eases.
6.
The Board sha ll det ermine a ll e duc ati onal p o lici es of the
ATLANTA URBAN CORPS upon r ecomme nd a tion of the Education
Di rector.
7.
The Board shall d etermi ne th e policy concerning the pl acement
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of Urban Corps Interns in agencies.
The Board sha ll assume a ll r es pon s i bil iti es not h ere in
specifi e d tha t are deemed n ecessary to ass u re the success
�of the ATLANTA URDAN CORPS.
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All of the Executive Board polici es and dec isions a re
subject to review by the Board of Trustees as the Board
of Trustee s deems necess a ry.
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Student Dir ector
Other Professional Staff
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Secretarial: (4)
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Financing: ( 2)
College Work Study Pro gram
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RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE CENTRAL OFFICE
The centr a l office of the Atlanta Urban Corps shall be responsible
for the normal d ay-to-d ay operation of the Atlanta Urban Corps.
Specif-
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1.
Impl ementing the Internship Program.'
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Process ing of Intern requests as dir ected
by th e Exe cutive Board.
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Processing of Student applications.
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Mainta inin8 public relations.
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Coo rdina ting the educat ion a l aspec t s of th e ·
Atlant a Urb a n Corps.
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All other oper at iona l asp e cts of th e Atlanta
Urb a n Corp s s~b j e ct _to _ th e review of the .
Executive Board.
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The College Relations Board shall be composed of one student repr~sentative from each of tl1e Atlanta area participating colleges of the Atlanta

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Relations Board and approved by the Student Governments on the respective
Urban Corps.
campuses.
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College Relations Board shall have the power to remove any of its selections
to the above positions by a unanimous vote of the Bo a rd.
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shall serve as ex-officio members of the College Rel a tions Board.
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The Board shall advise the Stud e nt Director, Coll eg e Re l a tion s Dir e ctor,
the Internship Development Director, and the Fi e ld Eva luation Director in
all matters pertaining to the relatjonship between pa rticipating college s and
its students and the Atlant a Urb a n Corp s .
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to the Board shall be consid e red the Atl a nta Urban Corp s coordina tor for his
college and sh a ll represent the Urban Corps on his own campus.
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EDUCATION BOARD
The Education Board of the Atlanta Urban Corps shall be responsib l e
for the educational aspects of the Atlanta Urban Corps .
1.
Specifically:~
The Board shall be responsible for ma king recommendations to the Personnel Corrunittee and to the Executive .
Board concerning the educational aspects of the Internships.
2.
The Board shall be responsible for involving the academic
community in the program in a meaningful manner.
3.
The Education Board shall recommend all seminars or
The fducation Board shall be chaired by the Education Director.
size and me mber s hip s1:~~l _be determined by the Executive Board.

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j ~ b j e c t to the approval of the College Relations Board.
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Members
Staff Director - Ch a irman
Student Director _,,0 H:y I Atel?'i rsh i p-=8-o&r<:li-i=ta-1:-e:r: t
Education Director.
Field Evaluation Director
Internship Dev e lopment Director
College Relations Ch a irman
~ Internship Co01,dina tor
RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE PERSONNEL COMMITTEE
ATLANTA URBAN CORPS
The Personnel Committee of the ATLANTA URBAN CORPS is generally responsible for the pl a cement and evaluation of Int erns .
It makes recommendations
to the Executive Board concerning all aspect s of p ersonn e l relations.
ically, the Committee is responsible for:
1.
Mak~~ecommendations re garding internship positions
to the Executive Boa rd.
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Approving the initial assignment of all. Interns.
Reassigning those Interns th at require reassi gnme nt .
Making recommendations to the Exe cutive Board on the ' ,.,.
removal or reassignment of Int erns.
5.
Consider all problems concerning personnel relations
between the Interns and their Supervisors.
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for all grievances, based on recommendations of the
Field Evaluation Unit.
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FIELD EVALUATIO N UNIT
The pu r po s e of this Field Ev alu a tion Unit is two-fold:
to provide
an indepe nd e nt evaluation of th e performa nce of the student and the
quality of the assi g nment, and to provide dir e ct assist a nce to students
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�ATLANTA URBAN CORPS BOARD OF TRUSTEES
The Atlant a Urb an Corps Board of Trustees sh a ll be composed of the
outstanding l eaders from every area of endeavor in me tropolitan Atlanta.
This shall include lead ers from busine ss, government, and education.
This
Board sh a ll be composed of the following :
1.
Presidents of the Student Bodies of Atlanta are a
participating colleges in the Atl anta Urb an Corps.
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Presidents of Atlanta area colleges participating
in the Atlanta Urban Corps.
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The head s of ag encies and governments utili zing
Interns.
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The he a ds of agencies, governments, and other sources
which support Interns in other agencies or governments.
5.
Others approved by the majority of the Board of Trustees.
The term of membership on the Board of Trust e es shall be as long as one of
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above requirements if filled.
There will be no substitute members allowed . .--
Tenure shall be limited to three years.
The Bo ard of Trustees shall advise th e Executive Boa rd of the Atlanta
Urban Cor ps on the overall dev e lopment of t he college internship progr am.
Members of the Board of Trust ee s are free to attend all meetings of the
Executive Board and to make all perti nent recommendations to ·the Ex ecutive
Board as it de ems desireabl e.
The Board of Trustees shall be the ultimate
policy maki ng body of t he Atl anta Urb an Cor ps .
The Board of Tr u st e e s sh a ll elect three non- op eratio na l pr ofe ssiona ls
to the Execu t ive Board th at sha ll mee t t he requ i reme nts for memb er ship on
s aid Board.
Said non- operati ona l pr o fe ssiona l s sh a l l b e aut oma t i c a lly a
member of the Board of Tru s tees.
I t sh all al so approve the appointment of
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�the Staff Director of the Atlanta Urban Corps.
The Board shall also elect
a chairman of the Board of Trustees from its membership and said person
shall neither be a student nor a member of the Executive Board.
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Student Director
Student-At-Large
Student-At-Large
Student-At-Large
Staff Director
Professic nal- At-Large
Profess~onal-At-Large
Professional-At-Large
Chairman of the Board of Trustees
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The Executive Board shall be responsible for operational policy that
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shall be carried out by the Staff Director.
Personnel involved in day- to-
day responsibilities shall ultimately report to the Staff Director.
The
Student Director shall work as closely as possible with the Staff Director
in carrying out these responsibilities.
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OF ATLANTA URBAN CORPS
The Board has responsibility in the following areas:
1.
The Board shall approve all Internship developments and
shall determine the areas of Internship.
It shall approve
all new project areas for Internships.
2.
The Board shall re-evaluate all Internships and remove or
reas_s ign Interns as it deems necessary upon recommendation
by the Personnel Committee.
3.
The Board shall maintain financial control over funds
appropriated to the ATLANTA URBAN CORPS.
Administration of
said funds shall be the responsibility of the Staff Director.
4.
The Board shall act as an appeal grievance board for all
parties in the ATLANTA URBAN CORPS, including both Student
Interns and the departments or agencies to which Interns are
assigned.
The Board shall determine all policies regarding public
relations and information releases.
6.
The Board shall determine all educational policies of the
ATLANTA URBAN CORPS upon recommendation of the Education
Director.
7.
The Board . shall determine the policy concerning the placement
8.
of Urban Corps Interns in agencies.
The Board shall assume all responsibilities not herein
specified that are deemed necessary to assure the success
�of the ATLANTA URBAN CORPS.
9.
All of the Executive Board policies and decisions are
subject to review by the Board of Trustees as the Board
of Trustees deems necess ary.
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Staff Director
Student Director
Other Professional Staff
1.
Secretarial: (4)
(1) Secretary
Cl) Assistant Secretary
(1) Clerk
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Payroll: (3)
( "'3'uV'\e. (1) Fiscal Director
(2) Fiscal Assistant
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Internship Development: (4)
(1) Internship Development Director
! (3) City, Federal, Non-Federal
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Student Recruitment: (10)
, (1) College Relations Board Chairman
(9) Campus Coordina tor
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Financing: (2)
College Work Study Program
(1) Student Financial Aid Coordinator
Private
(1) Private Financial Aid Coordinator
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Fie ld Eva luation: (6) ( ~u~e. (1) Field Eva~uation Director
(5) Field Staff
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Public Relations: (2)
(1) Public Rel a tions Direc t or
(1) Public Re l a tion s Staff
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(1) Dev e lopment Director
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The central office of the Atl anta Urb an Corps shall be responsible
for the normal day-to-day operation of the Atlanta Urban Corps.
ically, it is responsible for:
1.
Implementing the Internship Program.
2.
Developing and administering the finances
of the Atlanta Urban Corps.
3.
Processing of Intern r e q~ests as directed
by the Executive Board.
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Processing of Student applications.
5.
Maintaining public relations.
6.
Coordinating the educationa l aspects of the
Atlanta Urban Corps.
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All other operational aspects of the Atianta
Urban Corps subject to the review of the
Executive Board .
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�ATLANTA URBAN CORP S COLLEGE RELATIONS BOARD
The College Relations Board shall be composed of one student representative from each of the Atlanta area participating colleges of ~~e A~ n t a
Urban Corps.
Said repres e ntatives shall be nominated by th 0 :ceding; j ,lleg:__
Relations Board and approved by the Stude nt Governments on the respective
campuses.
The College Relations Board shall elect the Student Director, th~ Colleg e
Relations Board Chairma il, and the Internship Development Director.
The
College Relations Board shall have the power to remove any of its s~lections
to the above positions by a unanimous vote of the Board.
Above selections
shall serve as e x -officio members of the College Relations Board.
The College
Relations Board shall nominate three non-operational members of Executive
Board to the Board of Trustees . .
The Board shall~
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the Internship Development Director, and the Field Evaluation~
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all matters pertaining to the relationship between pa r ticipating ~alleges and
its students and the Atlanta Urban Corps.
In addition, each representative
to the Board shall be considered the Atlanta Urban Corps coordinator for his
college and shall represent the Urban Corps on his own campus •
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The Educ a tion Board of the Atlant a Urban Corps shall be responsible
for the educational aspects of the Atlanta Urban Corps.
Specifically, the
Education Board shall be responsible for:
1.
The Board shall be responsible for making recommendations to the Personnel Committee and to the Executive
Board concerning the educ a tional aspects of the Internships.
2.
The Board shall be responsible for involving the academic
community in the program in a meaningful manner.
3.
The Education Board shall recommend all seminars or
additional educational courses to the Executive Board.
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It shall also be responsible for the development of
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course credit for said courses and utilization of
existing courses for credit.
The education Board shall be chaired by the Education Director.
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Director shall appoint all student representatives to the Education Board
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Members
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Student Director
City Internship Coordina tor
Education Director
Field Evaluation Director
Internship Development Director
College Relations Chairman
Extra-City Internship Coordinator
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RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE PERSO~~IBL COMMITTEE
ATLANTA URBAN CORPS
The· Personnel Committee of the ATLANTA URBAN CORPS is generally responsible for the placement and evaluation of Interns.
It makes recommendations
tb the Executive Board concerning_ all aspects of personnel relations.
{cally, the Committee is responsible for:
1.
Make recommendations regarding internship positions
to the Executive Board.
2.
Approving the initial assignment of all Interns.
3.
Reassigning those Interns that require reassignment.
4.
Making recommendations to the Executive Board on the ·
removal or reassignment of Interns.
5.
Consider all problems concerning personnel relations
between the Interns and their Supervisors.
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The Personnel Committee shal act as the appeal board
for all grievances, based on recommendations of the
Field Evaluation Unit .
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FIELD EVALUATION UNIT
The purpose of this Field Evaluation Unit is two-fold:
to provide
an independent evaluation of the performance of the student and the
quality of the assignment, and to provide direct assistance to students
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Written field reports
are compiled and are available to the institution or sponsoring agency
for inspection.
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TEC:E-1NOLOG-Y-
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BOX A-4, ATLANTA, GEORGIA
30332
April 8, 1969
Mr. Dan Sweat
Government Liaison
Mayor's Office
City Hall
Atlanta, Georgia
Dear Mr. Sweat:
We are writing in regard to the Atlanta Urban Corp
Board of Trustees. The first meeting of the Board will
be April 17 at 3:00 p.m. in the Wilby Room of the Library
at Georgia Tech and it will last one hour. Enclosed is
a map showing the exact location.
The specific agenda will be sent to you prior to the
meeting, but the areas that will be covered include:

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1.
Progress report from Student Director
2.
Election of nonoperational adults to the
Executive Board
3.
Internal Revenue Service e xemp tion approval
4.
Election of Chairman of Board of Trustees
Th ere wi ll pro babl y be additions to this list and
y ou wi ll be notified accordingly.
In addit ion, all
needed information on the to p ic s to be covered wi ll b e
sen t to y ou.
If y ou have any comments or suggestions for addi tions to the program, p lease contact us before Ap ril 11
so as to f ac i litate our mailing.
We would a pprecia te it if y ou would c on firm the
mee t ing with Mi ss Gosd i n at 8 73 - 4211 Ex t . 301.
If you
have any questions, p lease contact me.
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Student Director
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ATLANTA URBAN CORPS BOARD OF TRUSTEES
APRIL 17 , 196 9
�ATLANTA URBAN CORPS: BOARD OF TRUSTEES
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D. Ha rricon
Dr . G. Atwood
D r. . Alston
D.i: . N:..,&h L,.mgrl;;; le
tJ:.Uliam I'-.. R.:>ms;:iy
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Dan S,1ec:i.t
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Ac tin~~ ·e: :e Gi rlent of C-;o :;.·gicR Iustitute o f
'.e· chnology.
P:esident of Emv:cy University.


! -:·esitlent of .';::;ne:.i s~ott c ,, Ueg e .


?,.:esiJent of c~ore;ia Stete i .u ller;c.
?:aject Director , Suuther n R0~ ion2 l
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J ohn r·ox
t:i llic:m -~ Adams
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U,_·ban Life (.;(!nter, G,,orr;h; -- i:ate ,-:v llege .
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Lu: ~_e, Ceo:rgi._:i Institute of


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iJu:::ty i~enyon
T!3chnolo3y.
?;e~iclent o f t .1e Student E0dy, : ~nes Scott
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D<:.an J i'lllleo Dull
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Dennis ~Jebb
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Richard Speer
David Ui1elan
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Mark Dash
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Cdvin Cox
Bill Ac,ams
Tara s ~artsel
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Sam l.Jilliams
C!; llege .
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<J ller;e .
.2:.:esiclent of the S tudent l,,; dy, Emo.•.y
Univercity.
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I i.l ,3 ti tu te of ·.,: -.,chnology.
- :e~hient of t i.1e JtuJ ent 1 0c1y, Norel1ouse
Colle~c .
D.. m1 0£ - :; t uc!:~nts, Cc o :c3 i c:: It,stitui:e o f
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Attorney, Nall, Niller, l(adenhead , and
De nnis.
S tudent Director, A.U. ~ .
Internshi·p Development Director.
Collece Relations Director, A.u.c.
Staff Director, A.u .c. and E<litorial
.7~·it~r; 1\tlnn ta ,\. U . ( :.
Constitution.
? ·d vete Financing C·iordinator, A.u . -:.
Public IL lations Director A.u .r·.
~~esi<lent of Clark College .
P:cesident of Dei:~.:,lb J ,_·. Colle~e.


'r esident of Horris B~·ovm Co llege.


President cf Spellman t ~llege.
President of De~alb J ~. College Student Body.
President of :Morehouse College
llegional ,·:oo:cdinator of Financial Aid.
CI1airman of Federal E:cecutive Board.
Peace Corps Representative
VISTA Re p::esentative .
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�ATLANrA URBAN CORP~-- BOARD OF TRUSTEES
bEETING: Al?P..IL 17, 1969
L:1troduction of Board of T;:-ustee 2
f,i ll _;famsay, Actinz Chairman.
Atlanta U~ban Corps Concept
~ich Speer, Student Director.
t tlanta U~ban Corps Or ganization
S ,.1 m .Jilliams, Staff Director.
Development Reports
Internship Development
D~vid d helan, I nternship Development Di~ector
U2) lly ·:Cloom, Extra-City Developments.
Financing
Sam t.iilliams, College 1Jo r k Study
Bill Adams, Pr ivate Financin~ Coordinator
College Re lations Board
Tara S0artsel, Secretary, College
Re lations Board.
Student RecLuitment
Mark Dash, College Relations Director.
Operational A-;pects
S ..:m IJilliams
Leeal S tatus of the U:i·ban Corps
Dennis l-,Tebb
�ATLANTA URBAN CORPS CONCEPT
The Atlanta Ut:ban Co:cps is a unique program in f-merica. Its goal is to
pr ovide the broad spectrum of college students Hith an opportunity to become involved in urban areas, applying their academic kno1:·J ledge, their youth, and their
enthusiasum.
1'!1e program is a co-operative effort of the City of f' tlanta, The Atlanta
area collegeG, Federal Government, private enterprise, metropolitan agencies,
and the Atlanta area college students.
Th is cooperation, the belief t ;1at the college student should play a significant role in t h e policy making, and the involvement of private enterprise, makes
the /\.tlanta U.;;·ban Corps a potential "model" prozram fo:c the nation.
'i't1e Atlanta Urban Corps does not try to expause .2: philosophy but rather it
opens doo:.:-s ·=. It p r ovides the oppo:.:-tunity to live ~-1 ith the problems that plague
Ame~ican cities today. It is demandin 6 on the individual's hi3h flying ideas 8nd
deman<l n a harsh look into the microscope 0£ Amer ican social institutions.
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It is unlikely that the f>.tlantc.1 Urban c ,..,:;:·ps ,-Jill p:c oduce " instant solutions;' .
But it is on its (my to involving youth in constructive. educational channels.
Our ;::oal is to help people i'.'esi.1ape their t h inkin:.:; .sbcut youth and the city, and
to ca}:· e.
�LEGAL ASPECTS
Dennis J. Webb, of the Law Firm Nall, Hiller, Cadenhead & Dennis, has
been taking care of the various legal aspects of turning the Atlanta
Ur ban Corps into a reality. A brief outline of the legal status of the
Atlanta Urban Corps, Inc. is as follows:
1.
Applied to Secretary of State for Name Certificate.
2.
Received Name Certificate from Secretary of State on February 19, 1969,
verifying that there is no other corporation with identical or similar
name on record.
3.
Drafted Application for Charter.
4.
Received Publisher's Affidavit on March 5, 1969, verifying publication
of Charter Application once a week for four weeks.
5.
Judge McKenzie of Fulton Superior Cour t signed Order granting Charter
on April 5, 1969.
6.
Received Charter signed and sealed by Secretary of State incorporating
Atlanta Urban Corps.
7.
Drafted By- Laws.
8.
Filed Exemption Application with Internal Revenue Service applying for
501 (c) (3) exempt status (charitable).
It will be a t least a month before wor d is received f r om IRS. The fore goi ng documents are on f ile in the Minute Book of the Corporati on .
�ATLANTA URBAN CORPS
INTERNSHIP DEVELOPMENT PHILOSOPHY
1.
Dual Goals of Internship
A. Service Thr ough Agency to Community.
B. Learning E:tperience (for Student, University, and Agency).
11. Needs of the Agency
A. Relevancy of Internship to the Agency's Mission--the intern
must be involved in a project through which he can express
his creativi.ty and serve as a productiu.e source of agency
output, not as a monitoring recipient of agency information
(a non-contributing educational role).
111 . Needs of the Intern
A. To _Know Exactly wbat His Assignment Is--provide him with a
list of objectives and primary responsibilities; also
develop a schedule, but one that the student and agency can
change together and personalize as he grows into the internship ie. outline a planned approach, the mechanics of the
assignment, but leave plent y of room for the intern to express his creativity and for modifications.
B. Clearly Specify His Agency Personnel Resources--this should
be someone the student knows he can go to with his pr oblems
not vice- versa; a student advisor should aid the student in
r eflecting on his internship exper i ence and the r eby assist
him in relating it to his education.
l V. Interaction Dynamics- - The Subtle Appr oach
A. Help the Agency Define Chal l enging , Ye t Realistic Internships - -le t the agency describe i ts needs , then ass i st i n
meeti ng t hose needs with i nte r nships that mee t the nee ds
of t he i nt ern as well.
1. ) Prevent As s ignment s That Requi r e Too Lit tle of t he
Intern-- eg . an err and- boy r ol e, or job pos iti on devoi d
of educ a tional signi ficanc e , too limited i n scope.
2.) Prevent Assignments Tha t Requi r e Too Much-- eg . an
ana l ys i s pr oblem whose pr opensity exceeds an i nter n ' s
educa t ional compe t ence or time l imit ,
V. Evaluati on
(This sec ti on i s i ncluded with t he philosophy of Internship
Development because the development of a s ound system of selfevaluati on is an essenti a l phase of our program.)
A. Standard Eva luation Forms f or I nterns (Counselors and Agencies)
B. Some Form of Final Written Report by the I ntern
1.) Type of Report Dependent on Type of I nternship
a.) Research projects will require extensive repor ts.
b.) Non- research projects will require less extensive
repor ts, but the educational relevance of t h ese
internsh i ps may be en t irely dependent on the e ffort
t he inter n spends i n producing it.
C. The Va lue of Evaluation
1.) Va lue t o At lanta Ur ban Cor ps --these r eport s will s erve
a s the major source of f eedback fr om the int erns and
ther e fore, wil l be of centra l importance to an effective
eva lua tion progr am .
2 . ) Value to the Student- -forc es interns to articulate his
experience, and thereby analyze its educational significance.
3.) Va lue a s a Stimulus to the Agency- - the information and
suggestions provided the agency can serve as a basis for
agency evaluation and improvement.
�INTERNSHIP DEVELOPMENT


?':!:chaps the mosi; importont immedia te function of the Atlanta Urban


(. orps is to develop th e interns ilip positions for t i.1is summer's pz-o:.:;ram.
f),:;velopment proce<lures h ave been oorked out and initial contacts have b e en
macl e :·Jith a :;;enci 0c:; , both ·: ;,ithin city r overnme nt .'. ".ncl. o ith out, t h at may
receive /•. U.C. interns. ~h e .-1evelopment staff is currently ueing assi;;ned
ac.2 ncie;;; in ohich to -.1 evelop internship positions.
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Ttte c.1.evelopment proc edure tl1c~t is bein::i, follow ~d iJecins (Jith an initial
cont a ct ,Jith the ;,, 6 ency dil·ecto:c, and in the c.?.se of t h e City Government,
Depa:rtment i) L:-ector s. T:.1 is cont.i:1ct establishes an .npp:co::imate number of
interns t::at agency T: ishes to employ ~nd cets b-road zui<les on the nature of
t he internsh ip. ,:'\t t I1at point, a student is assi;~ned. to work ,-1ith an a ::;ency
r:1i ~ector in developin3 (i.is il1ternsh ip in detail.
At pre::-ent, \ 1e have 15-20
stuclents t11ho oi ll be ,:,orld. nJ in t ~1is capa c i ty. r'inally, ohen the internship
is developed to t h e c.atisfaction of the s tudent .ind the agency director, that
internsh ip is classified and file d to be matched ~Jith student applicationG.
L,~ have h ad ::;:~e at succes 3 in 3ettin::; ar.,encie:: to 1.· e3pond to our call
for positions with t;:·uly -.:-c levant ~!nd ch a ll.:-~113 i11g interns~1ips. In the City


~nvernment alone, ,.,e have had initial -~·esporwe from fifteen ciepa::ctmE:nts

,:equesting appr oximately 150 interns. ::. ome e:camples o:i: the types of interno;d p positions bein~ proposed inc lude:


Sanitation 0 :!pt. -- The use of up to t ~rnnty inter ns in such
p:cojects .2s time a nd motion studies ancl
\:ater pollution control.
Da ter vlorks -
UG ing up to fifte en interns, some servine;
c$ planners fo;:· ~!ater utilizati on a nd. other s in
~.:eao of customer servic e and building programs.
Duildinc Inspector -T' 1ree s tudents are nee<:1 e d t o help compile
and evaluate? a h ousinz c onditions study
for the City.
It ic obvious t hat the potential i n the se and many other areas is in<lee<l
c ha llan~in2 and stimulating to students, as oe ll a s beinz long-awaited
pr ojects t h e r, ity cou.ld not implement becaus e o f the lack of qualified manpot1er . In ad dition to t he City, over 150 interns h ave been r eques ted to
date from non-city agencies .
It is actually~ ~is service to list only a few of the internsl1ips t h at
are bein~ offered students this summer , because the scope and range of projecto is t ;:amenclous. It is cer tain tlwt s tu(lents t·io:dtin.3 in th e L\tl.::inta
Urban Corps this sufllller {·1 ill be oe·.cvin~ t h eir city in a r elev a nt, challan:2;in3, and e<lucational internship.
�ATLt\NTA URBAN CORPS STUDENr RECRUITMENT
'I 1.1 e :, tudent recruitment effort began in earnest at eact1 of the
nine Atlanta campuses this -.,1 eek.
It has been decided to limit
recruitment to these nine campuses this year because of time and
efficiency considerations.
However, the u ,_ ban Corps will accept
applications from any colle~e s tud ent re::,a r,ness of his school.
In
the future active recruitment t·1 ill take pl~ce at many schools in the
Southeast.
1\ pproximate recruitment quotas have been conside:ced fo;: each
campus and in some cases limited fund availability (CWS P) has forced
us to limit recruitment and not 30 all out.
/' t Emory for example,
our Coordinator assu,:es us that ,·}ith an all out campaign he could
recruit 600 students but yet oith only 3 CUSP slots available at
Emor y ~-1e f1ave elec ted to only utili ze limited publicity in an effort
to limit t he numbe r of applications to a mo:ce reasonable level.
Although it o oul<l. be premature to make any predictions at
this time, ear ly reaponse t o t h e U:cban Cr,:,.:ps among the stu:.lents has
been terrific and v1e feel o e u ill have no difficulty in fillinc the
available job slots.
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FEDERAL COLLEGE i/ORK STUDY PROGRAM
The Foderal College Work Study Program (CV/SP) was
established under the Economic Opportunity Act of 1964 to
"stimllate and promote the part time employment of students 9
particularly students from low income families 9 in eligible
institutions who
in need of the earnings from such
emplo,ment to pursue courses of study at such instituionso"
are
Section 444 (a) (1) or t he Hichor Ed:lcation Act of 1965
(as amended) provides 9 in part D that students employed under
C\1SP may \'/Ork 8 11 o o in the public interest for a public
or private non-profit orcanizationo" An examination of the
loc;:Lsl.ative history clearly establishes the intention or
Conaress to encourace Urban Corps-type procramso
Collece financial aid officerG detorrnina elic;ibility
of students usinG c;u1del1nes furnished by HoEo~o The
bulk of funds is used for on campus employment such as
library asm.stants 9 bookstore and ca feteria student employeeso
Collecos may contract with aGencies for their work study
funds to be used by their studentso CUSP funds may pay up to
So;S of the students s, \l.ary m. th the ac;ency paying the remainder o
The Atlanta Urban Corps has contacted all Atlanta ar~a
colleces and most t'11.thin this reci ono Tentative a~reements \71.t h
financial aid officors total approximately 200 ffOrk-study
dtudent slots at 80% rundingo
1968 national appropria tion for CWSP ttas approx:imately
$22 rnjJJ i ono Atlanta area colleGes received approximtely
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$580 , 000o
�aATLANTA URBAN COF.PS PUBLIC RELATIONS
As a newly formed program the Urban Corps is dependent for
its image development on a good public relations departmento The
impact that the Urban Corps will have on the city of Atlanta will
be made through its program of 11 self-sello 11 Therefore 9 a public
relations director has been apf()intedD and t e job of presenting
the Urban Corps to Atlanta and keeping the proeram in the public
eye is underwayo
At present a newsletter 1£ being drawn up which will come
from the general office and be sent to those students and non ·
students who are workinG closely with the proGram 9 eogo Board of
Trustees» College Relations Boardo The newsletter \T.l.ll attempt
to serve as an inter department information sourco for the Urban
Corpso
In connection \'11th tho on-campus student recruitment development,public relations is workinc on a student brochure which
explai.ns the Urban Corps in short paragraph formo These brochures
m.ll be printed and distributed amonr; the nine participating,
Atlanta Cal?lpuseso
It is hoped that as the public relations area develops we \7111
have the ·Atlanta Urban Corps on the tongues or television and
radio announcers, in the columns or the Atlanta papers and
perhaps on several billboards throughout the cityo Contact work
in this area 1s being madeo
�The At l anta Urban Corps Board of Trustees shall be composed
of the outstanding l e aders from th e student , educati onal , bu s iness
and government communi ty i n met ro politan Atlan t a , i nc ludi ng t he
fo llo wi ng :
Studen t Body Presidents f ro m At lan t a a r ea coll eges
participating in the Atl anta Urban Corp s.
Co ll e ge Pr esi dents fro m At l anta area coll eges parti ci pating
i n th e At l anta Urban Corps .
The Directors, or th e i r designat e d representatives , of agenc i es
uti li zing five or more interns .
The Direc tors, or their desi gnated r e presen t ati ves , of
agenc i es sponsoring t wo or mor e i nterns .
Staf f Dire ctor , Student Dire ctor , Co l l ege Relation s
Board Chai rriwn .
Membe rs of th e Exe cutive Board , and others deem e d
necessary by a majori ty of th e Board of Trust ees .
The term o f membership of an individual on the Board of Trust ees
s hall ~e one year beginnin g Apri l 1 of e ach y ear .
Th e Board of Trus t ees s hal l advise th e Exec utiv e Board of
The Atlant a Ur ban Corps on the ov erall deve lopment o f the coll ege
into1nship program. Members o f th e Board of Trustees are fr ee to
at t en d a ll meetii ng of the Executi ve Boar d and to make a ll


pert in ent reco:";m endat i on,s to th o Exec utiv e Boc:trd as it deems desirabl e .


The Boar d of Trustees shall be th e ulti ma t e po lic y maki ng body of
th e At l anta Urban Corps .
The Board of frustee s shal l e l ect t hree non -o perational
pro fess ionals to the Executive Board . Th ese three shall i nclude:
one represen tativ e of parti c i pat i ng col l ege financial ai d offic e rs ,
one educator and one a t-l arge.
�ATLANTA URBAN CORPS EXECUTIVE BOARD
Student Director
Student elected by College Relations Board
Student elected by College Relations Board
Student elec ted by College Relations Board
Program Director
Professional representative of Student Financial Aid
Offi~ ers of participating colleges
Professional Educator
Professional At-Large
The Executive Board s hall be responsible for ope rational
policy that shall be carried out by the Staff Direc tor.
Personne l involv ed in day~to -day responsibiliti e s shall ultimat ely
r e port to th e Staff Di r e c t o r . The Student Dire cto r shall work
closely with t ho Staff Dire ctor in carrying out these r e s ponsi bilities.
All members of th e Exe cutiv e Board will automatically be
memb ers of th e Board of Truste e s.
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�RESPONSI BILITI ES OF EXECUTIVE BOARD
OF ATLANTA URBAN CORPS
Tho Board has r e spon s i bili ty in the fo l l owi ng aroas :
1. The Board s hall approv o all I nt e rnshi p dev elopmen t s and shal l
de t ermi ne the areas of In te r nshi p . I t shall a ppr ove all n ew
pr oj e ct areas for Int e rnshi ps .
2. The Bo a r d shall r eeval uat e all I nte rnshi ps an d r e1,10v e or
r e a ssi cn I n t e rn s as i t deems necessary upon r e co mmendatio n
by th e Personne l Commit t ee .
3 . The Boar d sha l l mai nta in f i nancial co nt r ol ov er f un ds appro pri at ed to t he ATLANTA URBAt~ COHPS . Admi ni stration o f sai d
fund s s ha l l be t ho r es pon sibility o f the Staff Dire ctor .
4. The Boar d shall a ct as an a ppeal gri evan c e Board f or all
parti es i n the ATLANTA URBAN CORPS , i n c l udi ng both s t uden t
int ern s a nd the depart men ts or agenc i es to whi ch I nt e rns a r e
a s s i gned .
5. The Board shall determine all pol ic i es r egarding publ ic
r e lation s and info rmat io n r e l eases .
6. Th o Board shal l determi ne a l l oducatio na l po li ci e s o f t he
ATLANTA URBAN CORPS upon r e co mmondatioi-1 o f th o Educatio n
Dire c tor .
7. The Board s hal l d etermine t h e policy conc erning th e placemen t
o f Urban Corps I nterns i n a gen ci es .
8. The Board shal l assume a l l r espon sibili t i es no t he r ein spec i f i e d
that arc deemed ncc8ssary to assure t ho s ucc e ss of the ATLANTA
URBAN CORPS .
9. All of t ho Exec utive Board polici e s and de ci s ion s are sub j ect
to review by tho Board of Tr u s t ees a the Board of Trustees
dooms necessary .
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�PERSONNEL
Sterf Dir0ctor
Student Director
I.
Secre tarial : ( 3 )
(1)
Secre tary
(1) Assistant Sec retary
(1) Cl e rk
II.
Payroll: (1)
(1) Fiscal Director
III.
I nte rnship Dev e lopment (Lf-)
(1) I nternship Dovel opmont Direc tor
(3) City , Federal, Extra-city
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StudGnt Recruitrnon t : ( 10 )
(1) Coll ege Relations Board Chair~an
( 9) Campus Coordinator
V.
Financinf; : ( 2 )
Coll ege Work Study Pro gram
(1) Stu dci1 t Financial Aid Coordinator
Privat e
(1) Private Financial Aid Coordi nator
VI.
Fi eld Evaluation : ( 6 ) (J une - .August )
(1) Fiel d Evalua tion Di rector
( 5 ) Fi0ld Staff
VII .
Public Re lation s : ( 2)
(1) Public Rel ations Direc t or
(1) Public Rel a tions Staff
VIII. Education : ( 3 )
(1 ) Education Director
(2) Educ a tion Staff
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As initial recruitment and i n tern deve lopment ar c accomplished
those personnel may be shi ft ed to field staff . Tho Staff Director
shall appoint all personnel \Jho se appointment i s ilOt specified .
Those appointment s arc subject to approval of th o Executive Board .
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�RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE CENTRAL OFFICE
The C0ntral Offic e of th G Atlanta Urban Corps shall be
responsibl e for th e normal day-to-day operation of the Atlanta
Urban Corps. Specifically, it is responsible for:
1. Implementing th e Int e rnship Program.
2. Proc e ssing of Intern r equests as directed
by the Executive Board.
3. Proc e ssing of Student applications.
4. Maintaining public r elations.
5. Coordinating th e educational aspects of the
Atlanta Urban Corps.
6. All oth e r operational aspects of th e Atlanta
Urban Corps subj ect to the r evi ew of the
Exe cutiv e Bo a rd.
7. Dev elopment of int e rn positions in participating
a genci e s.
8. Compiling and printing forms and brochur e s for
us e i n t he Urban Corp s.
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�ATLANTA URBAN CORPS COLLEGE RELATIONS BOARD
The College Relations Board shall be composed of on e student
repr e s entative from each of the Atlanta a rea participating colleges
of the Atlant a Urban Corps. Said repr e s entativ e s shall be nominat e d
by th e pr ec e ding Coll ege Relations Board a nd approved by tlBStudent
Governments on th e r e spectiv e campuse s.
The Coll ege Relations Board shall el e ct th e Stud ent Dir e ctor,
the Coll ege Relations Board Cha irman, and approv e th e Int e rnship
Dev elopment Dir e ctor appoint e d by th e Program Dire ctor. Th e
College Relat ions Board shall have th e powe r to remov e any of its
s elections to th e abov e positions by a unanimous vot e of th e Bo a rd.
Abov e s el e ction s s hall s e rv e a s ex-officio me mb er s of th e Coll ege
Relations Bo a rd. The Coll e ge Rel a tions Board shall nomina t e
thr e e non-op eration a l memb ers of th e Exe cutiv e Board subj e ct to
th e approv a l of th e Board of Tru s t ee s.
Th e Boa rd sha ll a dvi se th e S tu dent Dir ector, Coll e ge Relations
Dire c t or, t h e In t e rnship Deve lopment Dir e c to r , a nd th e Fi eld
Eva lua tio n s Dir ector in a ll ma tt er s pe rt ainin g to th e r el a tionship
b e t ~e cn parti cipat i n g co ll e ge s an d i ts s tudents a nd t he At l a nta
Urban Corps . Each r epr es en t ativ e to th e Bo a rd s ha ll be con sid er e d
th e Atl anta Urba n Co r ps coo r dinat or f or his coll e ge a nd shall
r epre s ent th e Urban Co r ps on his own campu s .
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�EDUCATION BOARD
The Education Board of the Atlanta Urban Corps shall be
responsible for the educational aspects of the Atlanta Urban Corps.
Specifically:
1. The Board shall be rGsponsible for making rGcommendations
to the Personnel Committee and to the ExecutivG Board
concerning the educational aspects of the IntGrnships.
2. The Board shall be responsible for involving the academic
community in the program in a menningful manne r.
3. The Education Board shall recommend all seminars or
additional educational coursGs to the ExGcutive Board.
It shall also be responsible for exploration of course
cre dit possibilities be twe en participating collegG s and
studGnts and also utilization of existing course s for
uso by interns.
ThG Education Board shall ba chaired by the Education Director.
The size and me nborship shall be determin ed by th e Executiv e Board.
The Student Dire ctor shall appo int a ll studen t representatives to
the Education Bo a rd subjoct to the approval of th e College Relations
Board.
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�PERSONNEL COMMITTEE
Members
Staff Director - Chairman
St udent Director
I ntern coordinator from City Gove rnment
Education Director
Fi el d Evaluation Di rector
I nternshi p Devel opment Director
Coll e ge Relations Chai rman
I nternship Coordinator fro m Extra - c i ty agenc i es
RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE PERSONNEL COMMITTEE
ATLA;'JTA URBAN CORPS
The Pe rsonn e l Committe e of th e ATLANTA URBAN CORPS is
gene rally r esponsi ble for t he plac ement and evaluation of I~te rns .
It makes recommendatio ns t o th e Executive Board conc e rning a ll
aspect s of personnel r elation s . Specificall y , the Committ ee is
r e sponsible for :
1. Making re commendatio ns r egarding int ernship positions
t o th e Executiv e Board .
2 . Approving th o i nitial assignment of all int e rn s .
3. Making recommendati ons t o th e Exec utiv e Board on th e
r emoval or reassi gnment of In terns .
4. Reas signing those I n t erns that re quire reassi gnment .
5. Consider all probl ems concerning personnel r e l ati ons
bet~e en the Int e rns and their Supervisors .
6. Tho Pe rsonn el Commi ttee shal l act as the appeal board
for a l l c ri ovanc os , based on rec ommendations of t he
Field Eval uation Unit .
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�FIELD EVALUATION UNIT
T~purpos e of this Fi el d Evalua tio n Uni t is t wo-fol d . t o
provide a n i ndependent eva luation of the performanc e of th e student
and th e quality of th o assi gnment, and to provid e dir e ct assistance
to students and sup e rvisors in t he r esolution of difficulti e s.
Writt en fi e l d r eports will b e co mpil ed an d made availabl e to th e
institution or spon s oring a gency. Fi eld st a ff memb e rs will
routin ely visit stud en ts at th eir vmrk locc:tLons, co n ductin g. structur e d int ervi ews with th em an d th eir supe rvisors.
A join t eva lua tio n and r e co mme ndation r eport will be ma de
on th o entir e pro gr am by the fi eld evaluation unit an d th e Education
Bo a rd n ear th e end of tho work period.
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�ATLANTA URBAN CORPS COLLEGE RELATIONS BOARD
The Coll ege Re l a tions Board s e rves both a repres e nt at i ve
and s t aff f unction i n tho Urban Corps st ructur e .
I t s me mbers
r epr e sent th o stud ent bodi e s at t h o nin e Atl anta co ll e g e s
curren t l y involv ed i n tho Urban Corps and serv o as the commun icati ons and advisory link be tu eon the Atlan ta aroa stud e nts and
th e Urban Corps stud e nt sta f f .
In addition , th o Coll ege Re l ation s
Bo ard members servo a s Urban Corps Coordinators on the ir re spective
c ampus es and r epr e sen t tho Urban Corps to th e ir stude nts a n d s tud en t
l e adership .
I n thi s r egard , t h o Urban Co rps Coordinator c a rri es
out th e r ocuitmont e ffort a t hi s coll ege includi ng th e enlistme nt
o f whatev e r assi stance h e may n ee d to carry out this task .
Tho Coll ege Re l ations Board b e came a funct ional r eality in
early F e bruary wh e n rcprcscntativos fro m Emo ry , Georgi a Sta t o ,
Ge org i a Tech and Agnes Scott me t at tho Scott c ampu s .
La t e r ,
r 0prescnt a tiv os from Morris Brovm , Spe l man an d Morehouse were
add ed and most re c ent l y r epr esentativ es a t DeKal b Junio r Co ll ege
and Clnrk Coll e~e have been acqui red .
'i'he fu l l Co ll ege Re l atio ns
Board has me t frequ e ntly since Feb ruary and h as dec ide d u pon or
approved e v ery poli cy d e ci s io n of the s tu dent staff .
�April 28 , 1969
Mr . Dave Palmer
Associate I rofessor
Political Science
Georgia State College
33 Gilmer Stre t , S . E .
Atlanta, Georgia 30303
Dear Dave :
Thank you for youl" inquiry about the Ut-han Corps .
I would like to sugg t th t the best appro ch might be for you to
atep across the s treet to the Municipal Auditorium nd talk to
Sam Willi ms or ome 0£ th other young peopl involved in
etting the Urban Corp up . I am sure th t they would appreci te
you dlseus ing it with them and giving th m ny ideas you :might
h ve .
I would certainly be inter st d in discussing personnel proc dur s
nd pr ctlcee of th City of Atlanta with you nd will look for c 11
when you w nt to get tog th r .
Sine r ly your
Dan Swe t
DS:fy
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33
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STREET,
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COLLEGE
ATLANTA,
GEORGIA
30303
April 2.5, 1969
Mr. Dan Sweat
Director, Governmental Liaison
City of Atlanta
Atlanta, Georgia
Dear Dan:
I have read with considerable interest the Urban Corps program
activities of summer internships and would be grateful if you would
send me some of the particulars concerning the design of the program.
Since I will be teaching State and Local Government and
Municipal Government (graduate) this summer, perhaps in some way
I might be helpful. to the internship program.
Also I would like to discuss ·with you some time in the next
few weeks personnel procedures and practices in the city of Atlanta.
Bill Jones, Director of Personnel for HEW1 s regional office, made
an interesting evaJ:uation of personnel procedures for Atlanta, and
I believe you will be interested in the findings.
Best regards,
\:b~f~~
Dave Palmer
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Associate Professor
Political Science
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George Berry
FROM:
Mike Weaver
SUBJECT:
Atlanta Urba n Corps
The agreements for contributions to the City fo r salaries and administrative
cost of Summer Interns as specified in the resolution of the Finance Committee approved May 21~ 1969, have not been received:
American Medical Association
Atlanta Jewish Community Center
Atlanta Service Learning Conference
Atlanta Urban League
Butler Street Y.M.C.A.
Cen ter of The Arts
Chamber of Commerce
Christian Council of the Atlanta Area
CobbaMarietta Library
CRETA
Decatur City Gonvernment
Decatur City School System
DeKalb County Gonvernment
DeKalb County School System
Department of Catholic Social Services
Emory Community Legal Services Center
Employment Services
Fulton County Gonvernment
Fulton County Hea l th Department
Fulton County School System
Georgia State Department of Educational Psychology
Georgia Medical Association
Grady Memorial Hospital
Hillside Cottages
Kennesaw National Park
Kirkwood Christian Center
Metropolitan Atlanta Boys Club
Metropolitan Atlanta Housing Conference
National Alliance for Business
National Welfare Rights Organization
Neighborhood Services Inc.
Phyllis Wheatley Y. W.C.A.
Rice Memorial Presbyterian Church
Southern Regional Educational Board
Visiting Nurses Association
�ATLANTA URBAN CORPS STAFF
SumJ1er, 1969
1.
Executive Director ••.•••......•.•.• Sam Williams .••••.•.•. 233-3652
2.
Executive Assistant •.•••.•..•.••.•. Sue Zander •.•••....•.• 876-0915
3.
Director of Development .........•.. David Whelan ..••••...• 378-3850
4.
Fiscal DirectoL .••••••..••.•..•.•.. Inmond Deen •.••••••••• 261.-1192
5.
Direct0r for Sp~cial Projects • . . . .. Dianne Wilson .• ..• . . • , 521-3827
6.
Payroll Coordinator ••.•••••...•.•.• Steve :Mwamba •••••.••.• 627-8837
7.
Payroll Coordinator •••. ~ •..•..••••. Mac Rabb •••.•••••.•.•• 875-1848
8.
Education & Evaluation Director •••• Resna H~mmer ••.••••••. 872-6576
9.
Evaluation Staff ••••••••.•••••••••• Maggie Gerber ••••••••• 522-7029
10.
Evaluation Staff .••••.•.•••.•.••••• Dawn White ...•.••••••• 522-2464
11.
Evaluation Staff ••••••••••••••••••• Tim Rogers •••••••••••• 876-7779
12.
Public Relations Director •••••••••• Ken Millwood .••••••••. 428-4668
13.
Public Relations Staff ••••••••••••• Tara Swartsel ••••••••. 634-6864
14.
Secretary ••••••.••••••••••••••••••• Bettye Underwood •••.•.
15.
Secretary ••••••••••••••.•.••••••••• Patty Harwell .••••.••• 758-2477
16.
Receptionist .•.. . . • .•.••.•••..••••. Diane Lovejoy •••.•...• 758-7741
Interns Assigned to the Urban Corps Staff
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Atlanta Service Learning Conference ••.•••••• •• .•••••. Babs Kalvelage •••• 634- g957
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Atl anta Service Learning Conference ••..• •••••• •••• •• Melinda Lawrence •. 523 -45 97
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Atlanta Service Learning Conference . • • • ••• • •• ••• • • •. Ky t le Frye •••• ••• • 636 - 3877
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Atlanta Service Learning Con f erence (a t SREB) • ••••• • • Sally Cantor •••••• 876-2927
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INT E RIJ5HIP
HANDBOOK
19 6 9
ATLANTA URBAN CORPS
30 Courtland Street , N. E.
Atlanta,. Georgia , 30303
(404) 52t~~8091
�T!J3LE OF CONTENTS
I.
IllTRODUCTION
A.
B.
I - 1.
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I - 3.
I - 1~.
I -5.
I -6.
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Letter fron Mayor Iva.n Allen, Jr.
Letter fron Snr.1 Hillim:i19~Director~
Atlanta. Urba.n Corps
itbout the URBI\N CORPS
About the Federal College Work- Study
Progra.n
SUlJlJ.er Progrnu
J\cadenic Year Progrnn
Responsibilities of the Intern
Intern Fina.l Report
II. Piu-\CEMENT filllD 1\SS IGNME1'JT
II-2.
II- 3.
II-4.
II- 5.
Selecting the Student
J.'\.. Collee,e Work- Study Progra.r.1
B. Volunteers
C. Non- CWSP Sponsored
The !1.ssignnent
1\.. Cith Governnent Depo.rtnents
B. Non- City Governnent 1\gencies
C. Types Gf J\ssignnents
Selecting the AssigruJent
Tho Applicn.tion · .'·
A. General Inforno.tion
Pla.ceu ~nt
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Pla.cing the Student
B. Notification
C. Tra.nsferrinc; As signnent
III . SUPERVISION AND Im{i\LU/~ION
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III- 2.
III- 3.
III- 1.:.•
III- 5.


Supervision
Suspensio::1 a.nd Discipline
Evaluo.tion
Educa.tion Aspects
Fina.l Report
A. General Suggestion for the Intern
B. Or~n.niza.t i on of Fina.l Report
C . Publication
IV. COMPENSATION
IV--1.
IV--2 .
IV- 3,
Genera.l Infornn.tion
Ra.te of Pn.y
Hours & Tina Reports
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IV~- 5 .
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IV"·1.
V.
f,bsence::;
Social Security & Truce:::
Uo:rlmen' s Conpansn.tion
Central Pc.y,.·c.11 Systen
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Intl·oclucti0:1
B. Surn:n:ry of Opera.t ions
MISCELLANEOUS
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V~J.
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Housinc; & T:rnasportc:cion
Sickness & f,ccidents
I. D. Cnrcls
Difficulties
A. The As.signnent
B.
Coqpensntion
VI. APPENDICES
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B.
Snuple of Tine Report Ca.rd
Bibli·,g:raplw f e r interested URB.f'U1' CORP.3MEN
�CITY
CITY HALL
A TLANTA, GA. 30303
Tel. 522-4463 Area Code 404
IVAN ALLEN, JR., MAYOR
R. EARL LANDERS, Administrative Assist ant
MRS. ANN M. MOSES, Executive Secret ary
DAN E. SWEAT, JR., Director of Governm ental Liaison
June 3, 1969
The Atlanta Urban C:Jrps is the best example I've seen for young,
intelligent minds to grapple with the problems of our city. Our
young people and our cities can no longer afford to be strangers.
The leadership 0 £ universities and cities must take advantage of
this vast untapped source of energy and manpower.
Atlanta should be proud of its students and universities. A group
of students proposed this Urban Corps se1·vice-learning concept
to our city and now their universities are helping to sponsor it.
Interns will perform needed services for not only city government
but private agencies as well and during the process they will learn
a great deal about our city and its problems.
I hope the Urban Corps i s only a beginning. We need this focused,
aggressive concern of young people . We need more movement
between the two worlds of academia and city.
You interns have my wholehearted support.
We need your help.
Ivan Allen, Jr.
Mayor
�-INTRODUCTION -
We welcone you as interns o.nd agency representatives to be founding
participants in this new ex-periuent:, utilizing the education c01:.nm1ity
to directly solve urban probleI:ls.
We hope your experience this suIJr.1er will
serve four purposes: expand education e:>..']_)erience bey-:md classroon walls :,
help get neecled urban work done in Metro-1\tla.nta.J help finance education
expenses for student pa.rticipa.nts o.nd bring ne,,1 enthusiasu into a.n overworked and needy systeo~--our city.
Mru1y far-sighted people :frou the student :- college :, agency 5 city
and business· cor.mtmity ore t o be credited in developing the Urban Corps


frou o.n idea. into a. reality.


Much planning a.nd energy ho.s been expended
to develop ea.ch internship into a. worthy project f or the intern o.nd agency.
The responsibili ty for success is now yours.
This ho.ndboolr is designed a.s o.. guide f or interns and o.gency supervisors o.s you work together c.luring the internship a.ssignnent.
Vital
inforr.m.tion concerning fino.nce ) o.ss i gi.1i:.1ent :, evaluation and ot her pr ogro.o
a spects ore included , a.11 deserving your clos e stuu.y .
The UBBJ\N CORFS is presently o.cln inisterec.l by the City of Atlanta.
Mayor ' s Off ice in consultation with student s ) Atlru1to. nrea. colleges ~
Metro-agencies o.nd businesses.
I t is funded through federal nn d loco.l
governuent a.nd the private s ect or.
Throughout t he SUlJDer we hope t o keep i n cl ose cont act with nll
pa.rticipa.nt s .
Our
staff , conposed entirel.y of i nter ns ~ i s here t o hel p
you.
Sf.Jvl WI LLIAM3 , Director
6-1-69
Atlo.ntn Urbo.n Corps
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About the Urba.n Corps
The Atla.ntn URBAN CORID is (1esigi1ed t o :
Offer college a.nd university students the opportun ity t o participate '
first ha.nd i n a.11 a.spects of l oca.l goveri:inents a.nd non-~profit agencies of .
Mctro~f.tla.nta. .
P'.covide the student a. pra.ctica.l extension of his university education
"beyoncJ. the cla.ss:roou ."
Help supply needed rlD.npower > i nitiative and fresh idea.s t o l ocal gc vem.1=
oents n.nd non- _p1·ofit agencie s concerned with urba.n probler.is .
Encourage ycmng pe ople t o consider careers a.nu citizen leo.dershilJ i n
pr ogr o.r.1s of developn ent a.nd t o _pr ovide a. pool of trained pers onnel f or
recruito ent by spons oring agencies .
Provide ndditiono.l a.venues of conD1.mico.tion between institutions of
higher learnin3 o.nc1 progr ans affecting urbm~ Atlo.nta. by o aking the res ources
of the universities a.nd colleges nore accessible t o the c oru:n.mity o.nd by
providing a. nea.ns f or keeping curriculun , tea.ching a.ncl research relevo.nt
t o the needs of s ociety. ·
"All educo.tion worthy of the nnn e enha.nces the
iudividua.l. It heightens awareness, or
deepens understanding , or enlarges one's
powers , or introduces 01:c t o new nodes of .
a.pprecia.tion a.nd enj oynei1t . It proootes
individual fulfilment. It is a. n ea.ns of
self- discovery .
Of the nmw ob s tacle s tha.t ho.ve been
enc ounter e d i n o n.king education un iverso.lly
a vail able , t wo n.re of p a.rticula.r i nterest
in t he present context . One is the notion
tho.t e duc ation i s s onethine; which to.kes pl a.ce
i nn block of t i r.1e betwe en six and e i ghteen
( or twenty - two ) ye n.rs of a,ge . The s econd is
the idea. tho.t educa.tion i s s or.1ething t hat co.n
occu:r onl y in a. cla.s sroon . A systen of educa tion suited t u nodern needn a.nd a spi ra.t i ons
en.nnot c one into being until these two nct i on.s
are finally done o.wo,y with. 11
J obn W. Go.rdner
The URBAN CORID is a.dnini stered f or Metro~Atla.nt o. by the Office ·o f
the Mn.yor of the City uf At lanta. . The Deputy Chief Adni nistrator is
responsible f or overa.11 supervision of tne proc;:rp.r.1. A Board of Trustees
representing the student c or.11.'1Ul1ity ~ college a.dnin-istrn.tors > porticipo.ting
agencies and sponsoring businesses advises _the Mo.yor's Office on progro.r.1
and opero..t i on.
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The URBAN CORP.3 wa.s proposed by o. group of concerned Atlanta students .
It is stn.f'fed alnost entirely by students m1d depends upon y outhful ideas
and enthusiasn to achieve prograr.1 goo.ls.
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About the Federal College Work-Study Program
Eligible students may receive stipends during their URBAN CORPS inte [·
ship through the Federal College Work-Study Program ( CWPS) • Established
under the Economic Opportunity Act of 1961~, CWSP provides UlJ to 8CJ7/4
Federal subsidy to support the part-time and/01~ sunnner employment of stud.-_:-·:; ., s
who must work in order to continue their higher education.
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Funds under CWSP are made available only to qualified institutions of
higher education as a :part of the Office of Education's student assistanc,
program. Grants are made directly to _p articipating institution, on the b a '., i S
of their application to the Office of Education.
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For the purpos es of Cl-TSP, the UPJ3.AN CORPS is an 11 off- campus employe1· :·
of students receiving Work-Study assistance. The URBAN CORPS ~ as o.n agenr:~;,
of the government of the City of Atlanta , is ·eligible to participate i n t:~J.';
capacity. By written a,g reement entered into between the participating in·stitution and the requirements of CWSP and to provide the requisite matchi ,'.tJ;
funds. (See Section lV, Compensation)
I-3
Summer Program
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The URBl'iN CORPS sum.mer program is designed to permit considerable nur.'::-· ers
~ colleg e students to J:a rti cipate in urban e;overnment on a full - time ba.EJ L ,
The
The
The
the
program runs for ten to twelve weeks from June until before Labor Day .
precise program dates vary depending upon college summer semester dat e ,-_; .
agreement entere d i nto between the institution mid the City determine ;:.;
program duration and the maximum hours the students may work. See Sec t ~on
Hours.
Students who are limited either by the :requirements of Cl--lSP or their
own choice to part - t i me partic ipation during the swnmer may work a limite.:;
number of hours each week. Special nrran 6 ements must be made between the
URBAN CORPS office an d the p articip ating college for part-time interns.
During the surmner program , many special yirojects and task force grou;, r,
are established to supplement regular agency and department as s i gnments .
Information on such special programs is _p rovided before each summer. Facu l ;_y
members and other specialists are a ls o invol ved in summer op erations and
prog rannning. See Section II - 2 , The Assi~11ment .
I -4
Academic Year Pro 0 ram
A very l imited program is being p lanned for the Fall- Spring academic
year. Interested students and agenc ies should inquire at the URBAN CORPS
office after July 10 , 1969 . Federal law limits participation while student ,"
are taking a ful l academic load to fifteen hours per week, averaged over fa .'.
academic unit. ( CWSP students only)
I -5
Responsibilities of the Intern
Every URBAJ.'ir CORPS intern is assigned to do uork important to MetroAtlanta and its citizens. In .many cas e s, students are assigned to roles
where they may directly affect the phy sical or intellectual well ~being of
substantial numbers of Atlantans. For this reason , a high level of respoL
sibility is expected from the student intern.
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�Students a re expected to perform their assignments in a responsible u. ·.;ti
mature rr..anr:ar . They are required to compl3r with the directions of their
supervisors and to conduct themselves in a .manner consistent with their
responsibilities. Students who fail to perform in a satisfactory manner 1,;__ l.l
be removed :fr oin their assignment and from the program. See Section III-2 .
81.1.s]:)snsion and Discipline. Participation in the URBAN CORPS is a privilEc -:_: -. ·


1_~;t 1:;?-:1 s.ssir.,;nment is designed for the student's benefit and for that of L :·


million Atl;n-cans. Irrespondible behavior will not be tolerated.
I-6
Internship Final Rc.;?ort
As a :9a:r·t o f the In-cernshi_p :;_·esponsibility, every intern is required ·.:.::submi"i:; a finc,l :;_·eport detailing and evaluating the assignment , accomplishr,..:.:,ts,
and significanc e of the Internship to t he /1.gency involved. For details o


Final Re1)ort G..
idelines , See Section III-5 .


II .
II~l
PLACJ!,"MENT Af\ID ASSIGNMENT
Selecting the Stuc1.ent
A. GWSP
Comp ensated internships are a vailable through the Federal College Wo· h
Study Progr am. The participating college determines the eligibility of
students under the CWSP guidelines and authorizes their employment under t 'b;
t e:cms of the a o;reem<>nt c;;nter ed into between the institution and the City of
Atlant~ . OiffiY 'l'I-IB COW'GE MAY DETERMINE THE EIIGIBILITY OF A STUDENT TO
RECEIVE CWSP ASSISTANCB AND AUTHORIZE HIS PARTICIPATION IN THE URBAN CORPS
UNDZR THAT PROGRAM .
Once a student is certified to the mm.AN CORPS as authorized to rece ; c omponsation under the Workc•Study program of his institution :, such certif 1.f _',·t ion will be deemed conclusive. All students certified t o the URBAN CORPJ
are treated equal l y, without regard to r ace , religion or ancestry. The UTI:';\.N
CORIB complies in full with the requirement s of the Civil Rights Act of 1~}6'.
as amended.


5'cr the convenience of c ollege Work- Study Coordinators , following h :


b us i c i nformat ion on the determination of e lig ibility for C'WSP assistanc e:This is based on materials provided by t lle Office of Education, which shou :: ·
always be consulted for a definiti ve inter-_pretation of t he Work- Study la'\-, :::· L
regu~at ions. The information contained here in concernin g CWSP eli gibilit -·
is fo:r your g1.'.iclance onl y and is NOT offi c i al . See Se ction ·
, About t h0:
Federal College 11Jo:;_·k-~Study Program.
A student must meet ALL the following cr iter ia to be eligible for ~ J·:o. ·
assistance:
1) Be enrolled , or acc epted for enrollment , as a fulJ_-time student « a qualified inst i tut ion;
2) Be fl, c itizen of the United States , or have intention of becomin6
a citizen;
3)
Be ca_
p able of main-l-;ai:2-ing a c-;ood academic standing while emp loy c :'
and,
J-1- ) Be in need of the Garnings from part-time or summer emp l oyment i 1.
order to c ont~r:.ue his hibher education.
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�Enrollmen:c as a, full- time st udent doe s not necessa:..· il y mean mat:..· i cu l a ted stat u s .
The determinat i on of need rest s at the s ole dis cr et i on of t he c ertif~ring
inst itution . Houever :, Federal l aw r e qu i res t hat s t udents f rom 1il ow--inc ome 11
f amil i es r e c eive prefe1·en ce i n the a lloc at i on of l-Jor!t··Stu dy f uac1s . Su ch
studei1ts must b e a ccommodate d Ui:.d.er the Hor t.-S tudy 1_)rogr am of the ii.1s titution,
i f t hey app l y fo r s uch a s siLJt ance , befo:..·e other e l i g ible but n ot 11 l ow- i ~1come 11
students . Al t hou.:;l1 not mandate d under t he l aw !) it is ur[:ed that institut i on s
mate an affin1ative e ffort to i dent i f y and ass ist nl ow- i n c ome " s tudent s through
CWSP ancl the URD.L\H com:is . Par t i cir:at i o: , c an be of e:r eat va lue t o such s·cu dents
b oth finan cia l l y and i nt lle ctually. ConsuJ:c t he Regi onal Office of the Offi ce
of Education f or the :i_ ates t guidel i ne s determining " l ow-inc ome ,; status
On ce t he ir1 ow-- i nc ome 11 students have b e ei.1 a ccommodated ) other ·Eee d.;ystu dents may recei v-e '\·T0rk-Study a ssistance . The col le;:;e is charged with
deten~1i ninG that a s·cucl.e nt r e quire s such ass i:::tance i n order to c ontinue u i th
s chool . Al though the Offic e of Educ atioi1 has not cle f :Lnecl 1rneed 11 with exact ness ~ it has emplm sizecl that CWSP mu st be c onsidered an i nteG1;ral part of t he
stu de nt' s ent i re f inan c i o,l a id paclmc;e . Need mus t theref ore ~ under t hi s int e rpret ation, be det e:;:-rnined on t he b a si::; of total s tudent c ost s v er sus t ot a l
resources ~ incUudin,:::; s u ch other f orms of a s sist anc e as NDEA l oans , gr ants- inn.id , s cholarships a nd f ellowships . I t shoul d be not ed that in determininr;
the s tudent ' s r e sources, special family condi t ions s hould be cons ider ed .
Likewi s e , c onsul t t he latest Office of Educat ion memoranda conc er nino; t he
analysis of need emancip ated ~ married and gr aduate stu dent s.
WHEN IN DOUBT , CONSULT THE OFFICE OF EDUCATION .
B.
Volunte ers
Students who wish to part i c i pate i ;,1 t he UR.DAN COTIJ?S as unc omp ens ated
vol unteers ( or thToug h srie c i al non- CWSP funding arrange d t hrou e;h t heir
college) may obtaii.1 t he same 01b stantive a ssignme nt s as CWSP s tudents.
C.
Non - CtlSP Sponsore d
Through donat :i.ons from busine s s e s a,pd foundations the URBAN CORPS is ab l e ·
t o support a l imited numbe r of a _::Jplicants not certified f or CWS P or appl i-c ant a f :f ou colle e;es with few CWSP 0 r arit G. The URB.L\N CORPS Placement Commit tce
c onsider s such appl i cants using the fo llowing criteria :
I,
Genuine interest in educat :i.onal c oncept of URBAN CORPS
experienc e ~
II.
Educ ational a;_1d job experie .1ce rel evant to a~1p l ied for
j ob catru_,;ory .
I II.
IV.
Fi nanc ial need,
Atlant a resideut
�Due to the la;.·ce num'be:r of financial sponsors of the UPJ3AN CORFS :, a
uniform description of each financial a.1.·rangement is impossible . The main
financial source for intern salaries is CWSP funding . However :, some agencies
and depar tments have made special agreements to p;.·ovide more than the 200/o
matching fund requi:red for matching CWSP. Certain agencies are funding the
full cost of thefr inte:rns and have forwarded this money to the URBAN CORPS
in advance of the work period. Ii. few a gencies have financial sponsors 11
that paJr the full cost of their interilS directly to the URBAN CORPS . VISTA
is presently sponso:ring the full cost of 25 interns for select agencies.
These students ai·e c ounted n.s VISTA 11 /i.ssociatesn as well as interns in the
UPJ3J\l\T CORFS,
/i.11 students not certified by their college for CWSP funding are given
equal consideration for placement under the above non ~,CWSP funded positions .
The URBJ'J\T CORPS also solicits funds from businesses and foundations.
These funds :, unless earmarked for ce:rtain interns or ngencies ,. are used to
place non--CWSP interns in a gencies that cannot financially afford to pay
full cost. These intern slots are chosen on the relevancy of the intern-ship , the need of the a gency and the educational experience the intern
might receive. These solicited funds are also used to fund UP.BAN CORFS staff
intern positions.
The basis financial source of each internship is one of the following :
1.
College Work- Study-BO%,
2.
Agency 100%
3.
URB.l\N CORPS - 800/4~
l\.gency 20%
4.
URB/i...1\f CORP.3 100%
( s taff positions)
5.
Agency inte rns funded 100% by other party , (VISTA)
Agency- 2O~b
l\nyone intere sted i n contribut i ne fun ds s hould contact the FISCAL
DIRECTOR . All donations a r e t n.x deductable ,
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�II- 2.
The Assie;nment
URBAN CORJ?S intern.ship assignments o.:re designed with the dual purpose of
_providinz the student with a meahin.:;ful experience i n urban gove:rnm.ent while
allowing the departme1·1t or agency to obta in the maximum benefit of llis train -i nt } enthusiasm and motivati01H Eve:t;-f assignment must be individually de8c:ri bed by the :requesting a gency or dep artment , and is evaluated by the URB.Al'T
CORPS Placem~nt Committee,
Participat iag age ncies are :required to provide at least 20%, of the
interns c:ross income in advance , p lus 5% administrative c ost s and Uorkman 's
Compensation reimbursement f or the UH.BAN CORPS. J\gencies are e~1cou:raged to
sponsor internships at full cost in order to increase participation for NonC'WSP interns . Specif:Lc financial arrangements should be referr e d to the
llRMN CORIB Fiscal Director. (See Sect:i..on II--1 f or specific details)
Priority in fillinc: all internship: requests depend u::_,on the signi fi cance
of the position to the i nt ern and the method of fi nance ,
A.
City Government DeJ:>artments
Internship r e que sts from City Departments should be directed to the
IBIBA.J."\J' CORES Internshi11 Develope1~. Each intern p osit ion must- be described
i n detail on the Inte:rnsh:i.p Assignment Form. Completion of this f orm does
not guarant ee p laceme nt. Internship position requests must si~nif'y· at lea.st
a 20% gross income c ompensat ion to the Uill3AN CORPS. Positions fi nanced at
full cost by the depart ment will receive J1ri ority in _p lacement.
B.
Non- City-Government Age1:1cies
Non-City•·government a.o;en cies are r e quired to sign a contract with the
URBAN CORPS to finaliz e internship assignment. Details of t his c ontract
incluti.de legal status and respons ibility of the J\gency and the URBAN CORPS .
It also includes f inancial obliga t ions and certifi cation of advance costs of
the internship t o the URBAN CORPS. (See Section II- lC for specific details )
C. Type s of Assignments
Assignments m:i.y be of s everal types. The maj orit~, of assignments ore
within exist i nc; agencie::; and department s , on on-going projects. URBAN CORPS
interns thus s erve to expand the existinc; profeo s i ona.1 o...,d pre-p;rofessiona.l
staff, p8rrnittinc; exs)anded ~ more comprehensive _p roc;ramming . Othe:r assign~
ments make the student a part of spec ial task-force groups established
sp ecifically fo1· UPJ3.AU CORPS interns. Such e;roups may include facult y
membe rs n.nd other specialists 5 in addition to senior city _p ersonnel. Students may also be ass i gn ed to the Central Staff of the DrJ3.AN COHPS, workinc;
on the administration and operation of the ·:)rogrrun itself .
Only o.csic;runents ·which will not disr, ln.ce existing workers , impair contracts for services ~ nor involve p olitical or sectarian activities may be
approved fo r URBAN C0~1ffi interns.
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�II-.. 3.
Selecting t he Assignment
Each student has the 01Jportunity to select the area in which he wis hes
to part icipat e . The 11 UIDEX '110 ASSIGNMFJ.\iT CATEGORIES II lists more than
seventy functional areas in which students may be assigned . From this Index.,
the student s elects four categories of interest ~ listing ther:1 in o:rder of
preference on his a pplication. The Index is k ept Uj?-to- date by ree,u lar
s upplements.
The Applicat ion
II - L~.
/\. .
General Information
Students apply inc; for inter ns hi _p assignment s with the URBAN CORPS must
comp lete the appro:9:riate a_pplication forr,1. A _9 roperly corapleted ap_-9lication
will expedite placement : an illegible, inc m:i.plete or improperly c ompleted
application will delay p rocess:.nz and raay :result in a les s ouitable assign-·
ment a nd _possible l osr; or delay in COi;lJensat:i on . Applications are avai lable
on e a ch campus throu.gh the Office of F:Liancial Aid.
II=5.
'
Placement
A.
Placing the Stude:;:it
The purpose of the URB!Ll'if CORPS is t o p:covide the student with a mean in:3fu1 · as sisnrne nt. Therefore , the' prop e 0~ placement of each student is
central t o the overall succes s of the program. The f ollowing criteria a.re ·
us ed i n determin in.:; the a ppropriat e interns h:i..p ass i gnment ·
a. The s tudent 's prefere;,1ce :
b. The student's r elevant ex-_peri ence and abilities ;
c. The stuclent's academic level and major :
d. The student's vocational e;oals ; and
e . The student I s maturi t :/ .
Each aJ?plication is treated s eparatel;-,r ~ matched to a spec ific inter;.1


re quest .


B.
l\Totification of Assignme;.rt;
Aft er p lacement is completed 5 the student will be sent an ITu"TERNSHIP
.L\SSIGN.MENT form , ·to,?;ether with instructj_ons for i ts completion ~ a nd f o:..- the
illterv iew :required before the assic;nment nay be authorized. Every applicant ,,
whether compensated ox· volunteer , wi ll receive an ASSIGNMEI\1T Fori.1,
The student must be j_nforrned that it i s h~s obligation to com~1 l y with
the instructions on t he Internshi-o
Assir.'nment
Form.
Failure to do so will
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�will cause delay i n conwensation and may :result h 1 anothe:r student beinr-:;
assigned to t h e pos ition i n his place .
Quest i ons conce1·ning p lacement s hould be directed to the Placement
Uni t, URB/1.N CORPS.
II--6.
The Interview
To insure t l1at t he s tudent fully unde r stanc',s t he nature of his a s sign mei.TG, and t hat t he a c ency or dep artmen-c to whi ch be i s a ssigned i s s atisfied
uith his quali f i cat ions :• nn il1cerview '.i_s requ i i·ed of all ap')l i cants bef ore
they may c01:nnen ce t heir a:1sic;nm.ent . The i nter view is wi th a de,'3i,'_jna.ted
coordinator To:c t h e a e;ency or dep artment t o which t he student i ::; assigne d .
The I nterns hi ,-:1 Aosic;n~1ent f orm i nd i cate s t he name , add.J.·c8s an d t ele -_phone nur;iber of the a ::.;en c~r co o:;.· di:u tor. The :1t udent must arrange with the
coor dinat or for a 11 inte:;.· vi e,·1 before he starts work. . If a p e rs onal i nt e1·view
is i mp ossible , t he student may arr a nge for an i ntervie'I', by tele}.) hone or b y
exchan3e of co:t respondence . In any e ve~1t ~ t he a1_) propriat e p ortio,:1s of the
Internshi :t? Ass i grnr.ent f or t11 must be complet ed j_n a ccor dance 1·1i th the i nstr uct i ons
on the r eve:tsc of t he f orm .
The interview is imp ort ant t o the stu dent i n t hat i t gives h:i.n an oppor tunity to dec i de :; befo:;_·e he s tart s h is as s j_c;nme nt ~ whether the as s i;3;11ment
i s appropr iate. The interv iew alno a llows the supervisor to deteriili ne if
t he assigned i ntern i s sat isfactory fo r hi s needs .
Both t he sup e r visor and t he i nt e rn must sign the I nt ernship Assignment
Farin and f i ll i n a1::,p:ror,riate L1f ormatioL b ef o:re assignment i s comj_)l ete. Only
afte r t he URBAN CORffi HAS RECEIVED THE CORRECTLY COMPLETED .ASS I GNMENT FOP.M
I S THE INTERN CONSI DERED ON 'fHE Pf,YROLL RECORDS.
A.
The I nit ial As signment
The fUi."1dan ent a l ;'.)ur_p os e of the URBAN COTIPS i s to provirl e the stu dent
wit h t he opportun ity f or n. meaningful exJ_)eric;.1.ce. This i s p r e dicat ed on the
student obtain i ni:s an n.ssignment wh ich wi l l i;:1t e r e st ar1d stimulat e hirn . Ther e fore , whe n an as siQ,1.1 ment i s r,mde the student has the opport un ity to r eview
it and if he or the a gency f eels t he as::;:i.c;nrnent wi l l not b e of ben efit,
eithe r may requ est a c hanc;e . ne qu est s for 2.· e -assic;nment are r e viewed b y
the Director o:f Placement . Re ,Jassio;nme;.1.t may be undertak en a s of tei.1 as
necessary to a s s ur e a profitabl e internship experi ence .
I t s houl d. b e not e d , however, t hat certain cate 6 or i es of a s sic;nnei.1t a re
l imited . Stu dents should conoider their own l evel of experience a:1d train-·
inc; in rel ation to the as s i grm1ent reque sted. Whil e re-ass;ignments r eceive
priority in proc essii.12;, del ay is inevitable.
It is adviseable that students c ontact the a 13ency or department coordi nator l isted on the Internshi p Ass i e,111,-ient to det e rmine the exact content
of the assi2,1.11nent befor e decidinc on a re·- assignment. SooSectlon II-6 ,
The Inter view.
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�C.,..
Trans ferr inc; J\ss i Gm.1e;,1ts
During the com·se of the interns hip a..ss i 2,11raerrc, it rnay become apparent
that the aosi:3nnent is n ot suita.ble for the otudent . This situation r.my
arise ii.1 several ,mys. The student r.my Tea.lize a.fte:r a few days that the
assic;ru:.1ent does not fulfill his needc , 0 1· the supervisoT 1:my determine that
the .student i .s unclm~or - over-qualified foT tp.e a.soic,;~1ment. It r.iay also happen
that a.n assignment a.e.sic;ned to lnot the full surm:1eT ma.y be completed r.1ore
r ap idly} or fo:..· other reasons the nature of '(che assignment may change. Fo:r
theoe reasons a transfer procedure has b een developed to offer the prompt
resolutioi1 of placet1e nt difficulties, ·while guarding a,gain::;t frivolous
ass i (;.1IDei1t switching .
When a. potentia.l o.ssignnent dif ficulty is i dentified by the student ~
his supervisor, o:..· a. rnenber of t he UR:CA_N CORR3 Field Eva.lua.tion Unit, a Field
Evaluator will r.:..eet with tbe studeat and his nupervisor t o discuss the problem.
Often an a.csigmaent prob3-cn mo.y be reso l ved through a di s cus s ion of the work
involved and the di ffi cult ies fo und . Uherc the probler.1 cannot no b e re solved , the Field Eva.lua.tor will prepare a report for the Director of Placement , who will review the student's ass i f-£11li1ent in the light of the assign1-aent spe c ifi cations a.nd the student's application . If it is deterrained
that a transfer i s not .:xro.ngcd , the student will be so notified. He nay,
if he still desires transfer, o..ppeo.l this dccislon to the URB.f'JJ CORPS Personnel
Cornittee .
III.
III~l.
SUPERVISION ·- EVALUATION
Supervision
Assignments for URB.f\N CORP.3 interns a.Te approved on l y u_von the assuranc e
thnt a dequate super Yisio11 will be pr ovided during the period of the inten1 ~
s hip . The avo..ilability of such supervision is reviewed a.nd evaluated by the
URBAN CORPS Placement nnd Eva.luation Connnittecs . The level of supervis i on
depends upon t he nature of the o.ssiQ;nment nnd the experience of the int ern.
This is designed to offeT students the opportun t iy for max imum initiat i ve and
c reative flexibi l ity consistent with the cn];>nbil Hies of t he individual and
the requirements of the assic;rnnent.
Especially in t he case of gr oup pTojectn ~ experienced gr aduate students
may supplement the supervisory per sonm~l provided by the agency or department.
This hns b een found to r:-f'fer the advantages of close s upervi s ion while per ::iitting more extensive project groups to e ffez···~ lvel y operate.
In specia l a.Teas eolJ."'ge fr -:;u.lty and other r.,pecio.lists may work direct l y
with the student interns nnd J?l'ofess ional personnel t o pr ovide the oppor tunity for c renti ve _proc-;rnmming.
In a.11 cases , the student's work ho,, ,·, and per fo rmace is certified by n
qunlified employee of the department or a gency directly responsible for the
supervision of the intern. The collec_;e coordinator of financial a id re -~
cei ves a. completed copy of the Internship 1\ssigrnnent for ea.ch student :. indi -cnting the no.me:, address and telephone number of the student's immediate
su::;,ervir.or, and C.(;scription of the int8:rns hip pr oject .
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�The iii:lI:lcd.ic.te supe:;.·visor is responsible for collecting, certifying,
and delivering to the UK3AN CORPS time sheets on each i ntern for payroll
purposes . (See Sectic:1 IV ·· 3 - - Time Cards)
ain o. limited way I know who.t my mission is .
Now what I would like t o know is whnt you
know thnt would be helpful to me in the
pursuit and in the re =exnminntio n of thnt
miss ion. 11 (An Intern )
When n student accepts an URBJ\N CORPS internship appointment , he knows
in a limited wny wha.t his mission is . The supervisor's tnsk is to provide
the interpretive assistnnce looked for in the pursuit and re,.examinntion of
that mission.
III- 2 .
Suspension and Discipline
URJ',.BN CORPS inte:;.·11s who fo.il to properly perform their assignment may be
suspended by thei:;.~ immediate superviso:r . Such sus_pension will be immediately
reported to the URBL\N CORPS and thoroughly reviewed. Where such action is
wo.rranted a student may be transferred t o m1othe:;.~ a.ssie;nment or , in the co.se
of serious misconduct, dis mi.ssed .frou1 the program. Any disciplinary action
will be irmnedintel~r reported to the student's college financial aid office.
Disciplinary a ct i on may only be taken upon the approva.l of the URBAN CORPS
Personnel Cormnittee. The student , his supervisor , and the n,gency coordinator
may be asked to appear before the committee before action is taken . 1\ repre-·
sentative of the college may sit in on any meetings of the committee concerniDg its students .
III- 3.
Evaluation
The evaluation of the performance of URBAN CORPS interns is carried out
at several levels . These include the i mmediate supervi sor :, the coordinator
of the agency or department to whic.h the student is assigr~ed , a f ield evaluation unit and the intern hi1nself.
Both the student and his sup2rvisor OXIJ queried during the course of the
int ernship as to their opinions of the internshi:9 experience and ._performa.nce.
The coordinator of the agency or depa.rtment t o which the student is assigned
is lilcewi se charc;dd with the t ask of i:.mi ntainin[j on going e valuation of the
_performance of interns within his jurisdiction. These evaluations are available to the student's inati tut ion > t1hich a l so ma.y have direct o.ccess to the
conce rned parcies.
1\n an integral part of the p:;.~ogrOi.1 the URBAN CORffi has a professional
Field Evb.luation St a.ff traii1,ad in personnel worl.: . The Field Evalua.tion Sta.ff
has several purposes. They will routine l y visit each inte:rn o.nc. supe:rvisor
on the job site, evaluate
the performance of the student and the quality of
the assignment ~ a.nd p:covide direct assj_stance to student s and supervisors in
the resolution of difficulties. (See Section II~7 ~ Change of Aasi~nment )
Written field reports a.:re compiled and a:;.~e available to the institution f or
inspection.
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�Each intern will have a specific contact person on the Evalun.tion Staff
throughout the internship .
III-4
Education Aspects
nwhen the idea. of service is put into n.ction
it chn.nges the no.ture of education. Eclucn.tion
becones an inter;:::-al part of living , not just
a preparation for life. It becones a lifelong
j oy in the discovery of yourself and your
relation t o the world. It is realizinc; thn.t
every person and institution :i_s vulnern.ble t o
the f orces a.round theu. Thus the need for
involveuent , f or carinb.
(Fay Boyer,
11
Ra.zing the Grad School Ghetto 11 )
In order t o insure ec1ucation releva.ncy f or ea.ch internshi].) the Field
Evaluation Staff will conduct infernal sen inars utilizing university concousultants and representatives of various agencies . These seninars r.1ay inal:ut:'.w all interns on occasion but r2ost gr oup neetings will be structerec1
f0'r snaller intern groups within a specific category such as housing or
recreation. These neetings will provide the intern with an overall view of
his discipline whether working in a city clepartnent , county governnent or
private Cl.Geney. Professors for Atlanta area. colleges will serve as educational consultants f or these students and will be available t o visit interns and supervisors on j ob l ocutions t o provide pr ofes s i onal advice on
project i uplenentn.tion and final intern reports.
III-5.
Final Report
The cul.n i nati on of the internship will be the final report. It i s a
report written f or the intern·' s departncmt or agency ancl prepared uncler
the guidance of t he intern ' s supervisor and URBAN CORPS Field Evaluation
Staff. It is required under the -terns of appointnent by the URBAN CORPS .
The final report is not a din.ry .. it is not an English thene . It is
written for the a.c;ency to provide a docunented re1)ort on the problens ~
s cope , and results of the i nternship m1d the overall acency .
Specific 11 cool -book n direction ca..rmot be f ollowecl on t hese reports ,
but general guidelines are incl udecJ. below to hel p insure sane uniforr:.i. skeleton
f or a.11 reports. Ea.ch intern should discuss his report objectives and probleus
with t he Field Evalun:tion Staf'f cont act early in the internship.
A.
General SugGest i ons f or the Inter~1
The writing of your final r eport wil naturally have t o wait until
the conpletion of the field work (whette applicable ) , but it should be planned
fron tb.l? very beginni113 of your proj ect • The content and structure of a good
report are related directl y t ::; the nature and scope of the study and t o the
the r.1ethods used in gathering, recordinc and interpreting uata. The scope ,
i.e. , geographical area a.nd objectives of the project should be clearly defined.
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�The methods used i n pUl"suing the _project should be recorded .
Most of your tine will be spent go.therinc; do.to. froo books , o.rticles ;
docur:JBnts, reports . and from mo.ny individuo.ls. You rao.y use one or o.11 of
these o.pproo.ches , but the personal interview will probo.bly constitute o.
chief source of informo.tion. Who.tever the source, it should be relevant to
the objectives of your study o.nd documented _ i . e ., the source or person should
be accurately recorded. Titles of persoas intJ1·viewed a.re important and
shoulcl be noted. A field notebook is essential. Don ' t rely on mei:10ry~ write
it dmm on the S}?Ot. A procedure found helpful by 1:mny investigo.tor s is
transferrin~ the notebook to cards , which nre filed by topic.
You should subnit internittent l?Togress reports to your Field Evaluation contact during your internship. These r eports and careful attention
to notes will greatly sir.1plif'y the coElpilo.tion of the final report. As the
p1·oject progresses, the f ormat and nubstance of the final re_i_)ort should be
considered in your do.ta collection and the forn you use is your i ntermittent
reportn. If you use this app roach; :y·ou ,-, i ll find that the pre_po.:ro.tion of
your fino.l report ho.s been made ouch quicker o.nd ea,sie,.·. Don't allow your
interir.2 reports to becorae nerely statements of activities. These can be in~
eluded; but let the repo1·t reflect yolli· proc:;ress in uud,ersto.ndine:; o.nd interpr eting your project.
B.
Orgo.nizntion of the Fino.l Report
The following general orgo.niza.tion format ho.s been used in s cme earlier
f'i no.l reports . It mo.y sugc;est n form a.nd order of presento.tion thnt will
fit your study .
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Cover Sheet - name of project, intern ~ de_pnrt ment or
agency~ and intern su_perviso,.· . Do.te of report ~ month
o.nd yenr.
b.
Contents - title of no.jar sections with po.ge nunbers.
Double spaced, one side of page .
c.
Highlight s - ::ucc~nct sto.t er.1e11ts of nnjor findinG;s ~
observations nnd suggestions.
d.
Introduction - genero.l description of project ~ rela.tion t o overn.11 probler:i of internship ~ stntement on
methodology .
e.
Obj ectives ~ concise sto.tet1ent::i of wha.t internship seeks
to acconplish .
f.
Description~Internship Areo. · '" location : responsibility
a.nd purpose of a.gency or department , po.rt it plays in Metro~
Atlnnta , description of neiGhborhood (where a.pplico.ble),etc.
g.
Findings - presentation of content o.nd substo.nce · of internship activities . Primary attention to case histories ; actual
ha.ppenin,3s ~ interviews a.nd o.ccura.te docunento.tion is essential.
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Conclusions - y our p ersonal opinion of interpreta.tL-ns
ch'mm fr un data. _presented in preceding section .
i.
Rec 0rn:1enc1a.tions - these should e;r ow out of c onclusions ;
·concise explnna.tion of rec oi:uenda.tions a.nd nethods of
i upleoenta.tion.
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Supplenenta.l u a.teria.ls (appendix)
(1)
Jl.cknowleclgenents - list of people consult0d
c:r assisting with p r c_, ject.
(2)
Bibliogra_phy - list of b ook s ~ articles :, or
other info1·1JD.tion sources cited in b0a.y of
report or .:_J ertinent t o objectives of stu~r.
(3)
Tables:, charts :- c1iagra.;·.1 s.
The fi nal project :;_•eport c ovcrinG the internship project a.nd the
intern' s findings a.nd c onclusions sha.11 b e subo itted t o the URBAN CORPS at
the end of the intern ship a.ppo i nt nent ~ or uithin 30 days thereafter. Failure
to submit the re .ort uithin ".)O days of the internship terc ina.tion will renult
in for citure of the final i nte:..·nship _p aynent.
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The final typewritten draft should require little editine; . When received by the URBl\N CORPS , the r.i..::i.nu:::cript should be in a.ca.demica.lly acceptable
f orr.1 .
C. Publicati on
Iu.l no.terio.ls c ollected during the internship nssignnent shall be considered as bel0nc ing t o the l oca.l sponsor i ng c., rga.nization unless other
a.rrnngenents nre no.de by the URBJI.N CORPS .
Interns u a.y publish the results of their pro jects ~ or a.ny p-,rtions
thereof, ·only with the ,i1·itten per n is sion of the URBiUIT CORPS. I.f'ter editing
the URB.i\N CORES will provide the agencies a. c opy of the fi nal report upon
receipt of a. written request no.de b Jr the Agency or depa.rtoant hea.d .
IV.
COMPENSATION
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Genera.l Infor r.10.tion
Eligible URBAN CORPS interns nn.y receive c or.1pensn.tion through the Federal
,College Work- Study Progxan. The a.r.10Ul1t aml '. :-.ethoc1 of c cnpensatic,n of such
students is governed by the terns of the ar;ree1:1ent entered into betwee;,1 the
institution a.nd the City of l\tla.nta~ by the provisions of the Econonic Opportunity l\ct of 1964 > as ru:1endccl. > by xegulaticms pror.mlgo.ted by the Office of
Eduoo.tion and by the r e gulations nnd ord.inm1ce s of the City of' l\tla.ntn.
lmBJ\N CORffi interns are by action of the Boa.rd of !Llderuan uf the City
of .l\.tlantn ~ en_ployees of the City undex the generic title of 11 c o.sua.l enp.loyees . 11
Irregardless of o.gency assignIJ.ent all interns (unless s:pecia.lly nrrru.1gedJ will
be pa.id frou the URBAN CORPS Payroll .
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�Unde1· the tern s of the o..g:teer:1.en·c between t he i n stitution a,nd the URBU:;
CORFS > t he URB/ ,.N CORFS pr:w ides the requis ite 1 t1n.tchinc; :;ra.nt 11 t a the CWS::?
c ont:ribution. By· t he te:ru c o f such o.greenent , po.yrc.,11 is prep ar ed by t he
City. I\. s pecio.1 ~cntra.ct between t he City o..n d .:,t her nc n~profit ~ ;:mblic fo. ter e s t a gencie s a.llows i nterns t o be nssiGned by the URBfiN CORPS .. (See II-2B)
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Rate of Pny
Stipeu ds o.re dete1--r1i ned b y ng:reen ei.l"G betueen the i n stituticm ·C1-ty :, .'.1~1<1
URBMT CORES. The Geo.le of stipends 5 a.s set f orth Li.1 the schedule a nnexed t o
na i...~ o.gr e enent , varie s the rate of po.y in o.cc0r do.nce 11i th nco.c1en ic level of
the student , o.s of the beginning da/c e c f t he i ntern s h i:,? . For t he sU1.11:1e1· _pr ogra.r.1 the sea.le is o.s f ,)llou s :
Entering Fre slmnn . . . .
$1.00/hour
Between fres hnen 8~ s oph01:.10re y e m·s .
$1. GO/ hour
Between s ophcnor e & jun i or yeo.:;:s .
$2 . 20/hour
Between junior t ; s enior yea.rs . •
$2.20/hour
Betwee n seni or ;y ea.rs a nd first yem: of grndua.te
or p r of ess i onal sch Jol
~;2 . 50 /hour
Between subsequent yea r s of c;ra.duo.te 0r professi onal
s chnol . . • . . . . .
$2.50/hour
Grndunt e o.nd p1·of e s sLmo.l student s a.re de f ined ns ctudents purs u ing a.
degr e e beyc nd t he ba che l or ' s .
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Houxs n.ncl Tit1e Rep ort s
Ma.xi r.mn hours a.r e deterD.i n ed b y a.greeu ent between t he ins titution nnd
the URB/ J\T CORFS, within t he n a.x i r.1un lin its set f orth under t he n1Jpli c o.ble
Federa l l aw n.nd r egul at i ons. Hour s n ny vo.r;y within t he r.m.xi our.1 lini t s s et
f urtll i n t he nc;r e ene nt i n nccor cbnce with the r e quir enent s of t he sp e cifi c
. int ernshi p assiGnr.1e nt.
It i s the obli gat i on of t he student t o lin it h i s part i cip ation t ::- t he
r.io.xiuur.1 111.11.1ber of hc,u:rs per 1itt ed by l o.w and throuGh the a c;r cenent . Work
perfon :ied i n exc ess of t he s t ate d n:ixi 1:.1U1:1 c o.n not b e c on11e nsnted. There is
n o p ruvision f or overtinc wor k p eri ods.
Fe der nl law and n un i c ipo.l r e e,u lo.t ions r e qu ire that a wr i t t en tin e r ecord
he 1:1aintained f or 0nch s tudent under CWS P or d her fw:1ded p o sitj_ons. !~
unif orr.1 Tine Rep ort f or n llns b een _prepared f or u s0 b y nll URBJill CORPS
i nt er n s .
�See Appendix J\. for n snnple pYoperly co,·.1pleted Tir:1e Report en.rd. . Dnily
tine Tecords a.re rn:l.intn.inecl by the student on the Time Cnrd 5 n.nd certified
n.s to o.ccurn.cy o.t the end of en.ch pn.y:roll period by the stuclei.YG I s iL1µ1edinte
supervisor.
Tine Report cards ure foruarded to the URBAN CORPS Payroll Depa.rtnent
f or processing:- inn.ccordance ui th the schedule of payroll periods. (See- '
Sccti:i :. IV··7B_)_
J\.ccurately conpleted Tine Report cn.rds will expedite pn.yroll processinQ;;
illegible 5 inco:r:rect or late Tir1e Repoi·t cn.i ds se:riously deln.y payr:ient and
cm1 _possible delay the entire ::?n.y roll for all interns.
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Certified sto:cenents of tiue wo:rked nnd cor.1pen:mt i on will be · sent to
the institution foi· its records,
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l\.bsences
Under n.pplicnble Federal Lm-r , students c onpcnsnted under CHSP a.re
hourly enployecs, n.ncl ther12fore e10.y oi1l y be c onper2sa-ced for tine actually
wo:rked. There is no pi·ovisj_on for vacntion 5 holido.y or sick l enve tine.
Ji. student who is absent fr on his nssigm:.1 ent for n.ny Ten.son nn.y not :reaeive
c onpensation fo:i.' that tir.1e . However 5 students ,,my mn.ke up l ost tin e by working up to but not i n excess of the lir_1.its provided under Federal law and the
agreer.1ent between the ir college and the URBtlN CORFB .
IV~5 .
Socin.l Security and To..xes
As enployees of the City of f1.t lo.ntn. int erns will not po.y Socio.l Security
since City er.1ployees have o. specio.l retirer.ient plnn . No deduction will b e
i:mde f or the Cit;sr rctirenent pla,n fr ·,11. intern I s po.ychecks.
For the 1,wpo ses of inc01~1e tmmtion :, URBfJ'-T CORPS interns a.re treated
o.s n.ny enploye e of the City of Atln.nt n. All o.::_,pl i c a,ble Federo.l o.nd Georg ia.
Sta,te to.xes a:re withheld , reporte d n.ncl ren ittcd a,s requi red by lnw. Studei1t
int e:rns rec eive TJ~-2 :foTns, c or.ip iled by the Cor.iptro ller of the City of Aclanta,,
shortly a,fter the first of the yen.r follcwing theii· i nterns hip .
All i nt e1':1S a.re required t o file n, sto.te and fede :rn.l Enployee Hithholding
Ce:rtificate ( GeorQ;ia F.<?ri:1 G- L~ , Fcdern.l Frvrn H- ~-) with the URBAN CORPS . Thes e
should b e cor.1pl eted before the work pc:riod beg ins f or pa,yroll withhol ding
p urpose s . FJ\.ILURE TO COMPLETE THE NECEES.f'.RY FORMS WILL DELAY I.Nl'ERN'S PAfMENT . IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE Il\JTERN TO COMPLETE THESE FORMS.
Consult the URDAN CORPS Pa.y1·oll Dcpn.rtuent for Additional details.
IV ~-6 .
1-Jorknen I s Cor.1ponsn.t ion
URB.f\N CORPS student interns are enpl oyees of the City of l\tlanta ~ 't:r'.6.er
the r;eneric title ncn.sual Er.J..Pl oyee. n By the order of the Mn.yor , URBAN CORFB
student interns a.re c overed unde1· the progro.r.1 of Workoen' s Conpensation .
I n the event of a. worl. --related injury which n ay be conpensn.ble under
the Worknen's Conpensation Law of the State of Georc;in , the student should
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i;EJ.-.1_ployee I s Nat ice
is assigned :, or a.t
o.ssignecl will a.ls o
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llis supervisor a.net conpl ete :- a.s soon ns possible : a.n
of Injury. n · This f orn u ny be obtained where the student
-c t ,':c Ui.ill!Ulf CORFS office. The agency where the student is
file an enploye:r's :report of the injury ~ a.s required by
Plea.se note tha.·c i.1ot o.11 injuries nre coupensable u nder the Worlmen ' s
Cor.1penso.tion Lu.w. To 31:rotect t he student , the :proper forn s should in a n~r
case be _p:rnnptly conplet cd and filed.
In the event of pot ent ic.ll~r conpe;_1so..ble ii.1jury:, ns in the case of any
serious i n jury or .i :irolo::e:;ed illnes s , the student ( or a, frie nd or relative)
should infon1 the UlTGf,l\T ::.:CRFS office . f,dvic e o.nd o.ss istanc e are alway s
a.va.ilo.b l e.
TiJ~7.
Centro.l Pnyroll Sys t -?n
Th8 sr.ope o.P.:l s i z2 of the URB/'0:-T CORFS has nandatcd a.n i nproved systeu
of c or.1pensa.tii.1g s·'.;uckncs receiving stipends under c ~·3p, In c ooperation with
the Office of Ednco:cio;_-1 C,i.,.d tl1e Of f ice of the Conptroller of the City of
Atla.nta. :, a Centra.l Pa.yT.oll Sy3ten ha.s b een established t o provide the r:iost
efficient nco,,,s of processing student pa,yr olls. Under thi s s y sten _p ayrolls
a.re prepa.:red by t h,~ City of At l anta. , ·w hi ch ns su1.1es nll responsibility f or
che ck proc ·.:- s sinG, -t.lle withhol.din2; of a.p:p:c·op rio.te tmces and the requi:re cl :rcJ>o:rt i nc t o =-- ~.~:t a.J.. ew:,.d Rtat e to.xinc; a.uthorities, The respo~1sibili ty c,f the
pa:rtic i pa.-cinc,; irn,:; itu~i cm is li;·1ited t o approvinp; payrolls a.nd provi clinc;:,
bi --wee],.J_y on t:1e b s is of :;:··:oof of u o:rk p erfo:rrn~d > the requinite nnount
f:ron the Fed.8retl C(,;3 P ~ra.nt, The agreenent entered int o b etwe <:m the i n s t i tut i on and the U.8:S/\..i.'T CORl-:S sets fo:rth the b asic provis i ons of the Ccntra.l
Po.y:roll Sys-Lr.n.
Non-c ity agencies utilizing inte:rns a.re not respons ible for wr it ing
110.yx·oll c:1c2l:~J. S:;s ico,J. URD/ili CORR3 cont:ra.ct s ·with these noi.1- city a genc ies
sp ecifie::; a. onc --tine a.dvo.ncc payn ent for intern c onpensa.tion .
Qp.estions conccrninc; the Cent:ro.l Pa.y,.1011 Systen or 1\gency Contracts
shoul d b e oclrlTessed to tl1e Fis c o.l Director:, URB.I\N CORPS.
The Ce nt:tc,~- :!?o.:,rro l J. Syst ei:1 1:10,kes u se of the extensive paY'.cool proc essinG
c a.p abili·cies o:f -c.>., O:C'ficc of the Conptroller of the City of At l m1tn. The
pro cess is a.s fo:,Jowt·
1.
I nt c:c 118 recurd their 1-mrk hour s on standard Tine Report. cards.
Sec .f.\p1,ic 1,c1'.:.x A.
2.
i\.t., the end of each bi,-weekly pa.yro ll p eriod ~ the Tine Report
is r, ,--:. · ·';i:f'ied n.s t o a~ctITacy by t he i ur.iediate supervisor of
the :i.ntc:ru .
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�3. Work report periods end on the 2nd~ 4th Monday of each nonth.
Tin e Report cards a.re delivered t o the URBl\N CORES Pn~r.coll
Depa.rlnent by 12 noon 0;_1 the Monday ending ea.ch po.y period .
The Urbrn:. Corps Po:y-.c0ll Depnrtnent is l oca.ted in the City
Ha.11 Basenent i n the Data P.cocessinc,; a.rea. .
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ST.t\TEMENT of c ci:1pensa.tion due is prepared for ea.ch i nstitution.
Such sta.tenent includes the tota.l pa.yroll f or a.11 CWSP students
fron the college subnittinQ; Tine Report cards f or the period
a.nd a. conputation of the anount due fror.1 the college's CWSP
gra.nt.
5.
The Stntenent is forwarded t o the institution~ t ogether with
a. c ertifie d sta.tenent of hoUTs worked ~ a.nd a lis ting of the
i nstitution's students with their identify ing rnmbers and
rate of pa.y .
6.
Upon receipt of the Sta.tenent and the Tir.1e Report cords~ the
institution r.1ay verify the accuracy of the prop osed pa.yoents
a.nd deterEine that the pi·o.1?er students have been charged to
it s a ccount. Upon verifica.tion 5 the i nstitution dra.ws one
check , t o the order of nThe Cit~· of Atlanta. URB!\N CORPS 11 for
the requisite ru:10unt ( t otal c or.11Jensa.tion less the URBl'iN CORFS
sha.re ) and f onmrds t he check t o the URBL\N CORPS .
7.
If discrepai,c ies are f ound by the inst itution ; approprinte
procedures a.re _p rovided t o i nsu:re pronpt pa.ynent of the
c orrectly cha.rged s tudents while holding pnyi.1ent of those
in question .
8.
Ea.ch institution receives a c opy of the :Jfficial Payroll
Sheets f or ea.ch pay period , provi ding the f ollowing i nf o:r··
n a.tion : mi.1..1e of stucle::t , ide:'.tifyL:::; mmber ~ rate of pay 5
&;r o ss pa.y ; itenized decluctio,.1s ancl net pa.y. Onl y CWSP
stucle;.1ts fr on the i n stitution are liste d . These f or1:1s
t ogether with c ertified tiue records :. rn1d the Statencnt of
Conpenso.tion Due ~ constitute i nf o:n:10.ticm sufficient t o
satisfy the records requirenents of the Office of Education .
I ntern pay che cks will be sent to the i nte:n1' s clep artn ent
wi th the ree;ulo.r City ~,ayr:Jll where the i nt ern is world:"lQ; f or
a Ci t y of J\.tl a.nt a. depnrtnent. Pa.y checl,.s f or non-city a.e;~ncy
interns i.mst be picked up a.t the URB.1\N CORPS c,ffi c e on the
Wednesday \Jeek , nine day s af'ter the Monday on which -:~.:'.7 e
CaJ~t]5· wer.e
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MISCELLANEOUS
Housing a nd Tro.nsporto.tion
The URBAN CORFS does not provide hou s ing n or tra.n spor to.tion f or i nterns.
J\.tlo.nta. Tro.nsit o_pei~o.tes bus l ines that will suffice tra.nsportati on t o a.nd
fror..1 work . Ma.ps a.nd info:rr.ia.t i o;.1 no.y b e obta.ined b y c ontacting Atlanta Transits
office s.
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Sickness and AccidGn-cs
URBAN CORPS interns who a.re injured or become sick while at their
a.ss ignnent should n::.itify their i r.media.te supervisor. Ls 1;Ca.sua.l Enployees n
of thG City , interns will not be eilgible for sickness benefits nor hos~
pita.lization.
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I. D. Cards
Every intern will be given an URBJ\Iif CORPS I. D. Ca.rd during orientation
day. If the intern terninates euployi::ient ~ he is obligated t o turn- in his
ID Ca.rel.
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In the Event of Difficulty
A.
/i.s s i gm.1ent
Ii. student who encounters difficulty with his assignment should be ad-·
vised as follows
B.
a..
Discuss the problen with his irnlediate supervis or. In
nost cases , a.n open and frank discussion will resolve
the difficulty.
b.
If the probleo persists , the student should discuss it
with his agency or department ' s UIIBf.~T CORPS coordinator .
See Itens 8 a.nd 9~ on the Internship Ass:ignoent Fon:i.
c.
In the event neither procedure effectuates a. reo2dy, the
student should contact the Field Evn.luntion Unit. Special
telejl>bone :1UL1bers ,-Jill be pr e vided ea.ch student f c,:r the
Field Eva.luo.tion Unit. Where warranted : the a.ssigntient will
be cho.nged. See Section II--7 , ClmnGe of /i.ssigrment .
Coopensation
The URBJ\N CORPS Pny:roll Proble1.11J Unit will i rn:1ediately investigate a.11
cowpla.ints o.nd probleus report ed t o the Central Office, either by the studo.=:1t
.or through the Field Evaluation Unit.
Students with pa.yr-.;ll problens should be advised to cont a.ct the
URBA.i.~
CORFS Pay:r:oll. De9artment at 522--4463., ext 367 or 368.
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�The Following books are suggested o,s rl)forcnc e material f or Urbo,~1 Corpsm2n
intere st e d in student-un i versity- conrr:Iunit y i11.nterio,l.
Bidd le , Wi llia,n l'i . and Loureid J. ; The Community Development Process · 'J:he
Rediscove:;_'sy of Loc al Initiativei~'io·1~k· - Ho l t, Rinehart , Uinston~
19b5, rincludes a n exc ell ent b ioli Of:;J'.'ElJ?~'J.Y On all phases nf COIDlllU11i ty
development .)
New
Catalog of Feder al Prog1·ams for Indi viduo,l and Community Improvement, Hc.0: c
Office of . Economic Oppo:r tuni t y :, Jw.1e l :, 1967 '
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Cremin , Lawrence A. , The Republic & the Sc hool __ Horac e Man on the Educatj ,,-.- _
~_f __Free Me32, New Yor k, Teache1·~~ Coll e ge Pre ss ; 19 57
Cremin :, Lawrenc e P• • > The Transformation of 'Gl1e Schoo l Progress ivism in_
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Journal 2'.: (Janu,::rcy 1S'03 ) , pp. 1S57 -66 .
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of the First Vo l unteers in Service to America, Bureau of Applied
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APPENDIX B
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�Lindley, Ernest K . , and Lindley , Betty ~ A Ne,·1 Deal for Youth
The Story of
the National Youth Acl."llinist:ro.tion. - The Viking Press > New York , 1933.
Lynch, Rank and Ma.retzki, Thomas H., The Phillipines Peace Corps Survey Final
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1968.
Myrdal , Gunner, An Amer ican Dilemma
The Negro Problem and Modern Democra':!~1. :
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_ __ _ _ , fpallenge to Affluence > NeH York
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1967.
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Progr~s for
Action in the Sixties, Englewood Cliffs , New ,Jers ey, Pre~t i ce Hall _., 19b0.
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Uilson , Jai'1les H , and Lyons, Edward H, , Work Study Coi.leg~
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York , 1§61.
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�HARVARD UNIVERSITY
JOHN FITZGERALD KENNEDY SCHOOL OF GOVERNMENT
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INSTITUTE OF POLITICS
MouNT AuBURN STREET
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29 April 1969
Dear Hr. Willia~,
Many thanks for your letter of April 22 and the materials on the
Atlanta Urban Corps.
We should be delighted to participate in the Urban Coprs except that
we have already placed all of the students in this year's intern
prog ram. In all, this amounts to 32 students who will be at work in
local and state governmental agencies throughout the nation this
coming summer. We have great hopes for the success of this program,
and for its expansion nex t summer.
If I may, then, I shall put your materials into the file for next
year's program, and be getting directly in touch with you sometime
early in the fall. In fact, the South is that geographical area
that is most under-repres ente~ in our placements for this coming
summer, and we should therefore b e most a nxious to place an outst anding
student with you next summer.
Again, then, many thanks for thinking of us.
regards, I am,
With best wishes and
Sincerely,
John P. Reardon
(signed in his a bs ence)
copy to The Honorable Ivan Allen, Jr .
Mayor
Mr. Sam -A. Williams
Staff Director
Atlanta Urban Corps
30 Courtland Street , N.E.
Atlanta, Georgia 30303
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April 23, 1969
Or~ Edwin D. H rrison
Pi iclent
Georgio lnstitut of Technology
Atlanta, Georgia 30332
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out of town April 29 and
Atlanta Urban Corps"
Art J nl<ins, Director of Industrial R lotions,
at the br fost and fill me In on d tails.
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Dishwashing , parking cars, pumping gas ._.__.,are i:hese
your ideas of world saving jobs .
Hovr about ours :
running a street theatre , planning
a playground , serving as an assistant to the Mayor , working on
traffic flow problems , or any of several hundred opportunities
in a ll areas of the city . How mai1y times have you said , 11 If I
w.ere runnin g thi s city thing s would really be differentll? Wel l
we can ' t give you the k ey s to Ci ty Hall , but we can get you
in th~:front door through t he Urban Corps .
The Atlanta Ur ban Corps is a cooperative pro gram for bringing
bright , motivated youn g people into an intimate involvement with
Atlanta ' s muni cipa l gov er nment and inter- city pro blems . · The
primary emphasis is aimed at i n t e rim eoployment of coll ege s t udents
i~ Metropolitan gov e rnm ent po s ition s an d i n non- profit agenci es .
Availabl e jobs ran g e f r om a dministrative postsin city
goverment to social involv ement in i n t e r - city communi ties . The
pro gram off ers a servic e - l earning expe ri ence that acts as a n
ext ension of t he s tud en t s 1 s coll ege educ a tio n by expoing him to
"re al lif e i1 pro bl ems by o ffer i ng hi m a chanc e to t emper ide ali sm
with act uali ty .
I n t e r n s hi ps provide no t on ly an edu c ationally rel evant
experi enc e t hat s imulaneousl y ser ves the city an d it s peo pl e ,
but i t a l so serves a s a sourc e of the f un ds fo r the s t u dent .
The Urban Co rps i s staf fed almost enti re l y by stu dents .
Students started th e pro5ramme and now col l eges , metro governments
a n d bus i nesses ar e he l pi ng t o make it a s ucc ess •. . It is funded
primarily by the Fe deral Work- Study Program t h r ou gh partic ipat i n g
c oll eges . Student s that are f i nanc i a lly e li gi bl e a r e fun ded 80%
by t heir c oll eges and 20% by the employing agency . Atl anta
bu sinessmen and foundations contri bu te f unds for admi ni ~tr~tion
and i ntern s not eligible fo r work- s tudy f undin g .
Emplo yi ng agenc i es inc lude : the Ci ty of Atlan t a , Ful ton Co un t y
Gove r nment , DeKalb Coun t y Government , So u thern Regional Education
Broad , VISTA , SouthwestYMCA , Grady Hospi tal, Atl anta Lirary
Boys 1 Clut·and others .
Students eligible for Urban Corps include entering freshme n
throu gh graduate students . Practicall y all Atl anta area col l eges
are partic i pati ng . Course credit possibili ty should be di scussed
with your co l le ge dean . Students inte rest ed in appl yi ng should
tontact their Student Government Offic e or apply directly to
Atlanta Urban Corps~ 30 Courtland St . N. E., Atlanta Ga . 30303 .
Telephone ( 404) 524- 009 1
Mayor Ivan Allen says of the Urban Corps :
11 0ur young people and our cities can no longe r
afford t o be strangers . The Urbarr Corps offers
Students a chance to be in the mainstream of
Atlanta s pro bl ems and po ten ti a.ls. n
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STUDENT CERTIFICATION
I, the above named applicant, hereby certify that I am enrolled, or accepted for enrollment, as a full-time
student at the institution named. As an ATLANTA URBAN CORPS intern I understand that as an employee of the
agency for whom I work I will be expected to perform my assignment in a mature and responsible manner, and wil I
comply with the requirements of the assignment and the instructions of my supervisor. I understand that I may be
removed from my assignment and from the Atlanta Urban Corps if I do not perform my work in o proper manner or
otherwise do not comply w_ith the regulations of the Atlanta Urban Corps.
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COLL EGE CERTIFICATION
I, the duly authorized College Work-Study Coordinator of the institution named in this application, hereby
authorize the employment of the above named applicant by the Atlanta Urban Corps under the terms of the Agreement entered into between said institution and the Atlanta Urban Corps tor the conduct of a work-study program
under the Federal College Work - Study Program, as pro v ided by the Economic Opportunity Act of 1964, as amended.
I hereby certify that said institution will provide that portion of the applicant's compensation as provided
in said agreement, and that the applicant has been informed of his obligations and limitations under the Work Study program .
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INSTRUCTIONS (Read Carefully)
Complete the top section of the application form . Check "Summer Program only when application is made
for the summer period. Check "Academic Year Program " for the period from the middle of September th rough the
middle of June.
Check either " Part-Till]e " or "Full-Time " in accordance with the Federal regulations regarding the WorkStudy Program . For periods during which you w ill not be attending clas·ses, you may work full time .
PERSONAL SECTION : "Address during internship" refers to the address where y ou can be contact e d during th e
period of your internship . Correspondence during the internship period will be mailed to this address. You must include Zip Code for each address .
EDUCATIONAL SECTION : "College " re fers to the inst i tution which certifies your application.
ting or transferr i ng schools, indicate y our ne w college.
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PAST EMPLOYMENT SECTION: Include all pre v ious employment. Include in the section any pr i or Urban Corps inte rnships .
WORK ASSIGNMENT SECTION: Sel ec t fou r cat egories of i ntere st from th e Inde x of Assignm ent C ategories, and
list them in the order of pre f erence.
CERTIFICA TIO N S: Pl e a se r e ad certi f icat i ons c arefully .
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experienc e to the pos:1. tion for ,:hich you are applying .
1. For each of t he f our positions list your relevant off-c ampus experience. (Salaried or volunt eer . )
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P .:,sition 3
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L. Fj r ~ac~ of t he four pos it i on s l i 1t you r r e l e v ant on-campus expe~i cnc e .
(Academic and nonac ademi c; f orme l and in f orma l.)
Pos i tion 1.
Posi ti on 2
Posi t i on 3
Position 4
3. Li s t any other experi ences not men ti oned above ~h ich you think qualifies you to be an Atlanta Ur ban c ~rp s I nter n.
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30 Courtland Street, S. E., Atlanta, Georgia, 30303 Phone - 524-8091
April 29 , 1 969
INTRODUCTION
The Atlanta Urban Corps has been the dream of many
far sighted, progressive individuals in t h e City of At lanta
for ove r
a yea r.
It is un ique in that it represents a cooperative
effort o f students , gove rnment and business to brin g bright,
mo vitated youn g peop l e into a n intimate involvement wit h
Atlanta ' s municipal government and intercity p r ob lem s .
prima ry emphasis is p laced on interim emp l oyment o f
The
co ll e g e
students in metr opo li tan gov ernment and non -pr o fit agencies .
The pr ob lems of a metr opo l itan c ity are vast; evidence
the summer ri ots , the g ener a l
sectors
of t h e
pop ul a t ion .
dissatisfaction voiced by all
Th e At l anta Ur ban C o rp s
i s
a t t e mpting
t o inv o l ve student s in p o siti ve so luti on s t o th e me tr o p o li s ;
the c ontributi o ns which wi ll come from st u dents wo rking with
ci t y a n d n on - cit y a ge ncie s wi ll be f o undations f o r
the improvement
of existing pr og rams and the creati o n o f needed ones.
Uni qu e to t h e 4t l anta Urban Co rps is t h e invo l ve ment
o f s t uden t s i n adm i nistra ti ve and p o lic y ma ki n g d ecisio ns.
c hellen g e b ef o re st udents toda y is p o s i t i ve a nd ma t ure
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administration of t heir own me t h o ds of bringin g about needed
c han g e .
Th e Urban Corps of fers the students the o pp o rtunity to
prov e his competence in this area .
WHAT
r s AN INTERNSHIP?
An I nte rnsh ip in th e ~t la nta Urban Corps is a rele va nt,
challenging job in an a ge ncy in the Metropo l ita n At l anta area .
Interns wi l l
b e used to he l p solve th e problems of urban At lanta
and at the same time will mak e practica l
use of t heir e duca ti onal
backg round s .
Applications from students wi ll be matched wi th
internship positions which will best utilize the student ' s
education and inte r est .
The At l anta Urba n Corps thus provides
the st udents with a c h allengin g j ob matching his i nter es ts a nd s kills
and provides the vari ous agencies in At lanta with a high-quality
manpower resource .
Over 25 0 int erns wi ll work in 15 Cit y Dep artme nts and 20
non-City a gencies o n a variety of pr oj ects .
Some examples of
possib le internships and t h e a ge n cy involved are:
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1.
City Planning Department proposes using
8 - 10 interns to update information in the
city data bank , as wel l as participate
in planning for the City of Atlanta .
2 . Fulton County may use an intern task force to
study zoning on the West Side .
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The City Depar t ment of Parks and Recreation
cou l d use up to 40 students in neighborhood
recreation programs, park facilities surveys
and related programs .
4. Model Cities needs students to work in planning
and implementin g the Mo del Cities pr ogram .
It is evident that students working in Atlanta Urban
Corps Internships t his y ear Will find th e ir jobs b ot h challen g in g
and educati onal,
PLACEMENT
The At la nt a Ur b an Co r p s o ffers a service - l e arn ing
e xpe r i ence tha t ac t s as an extension o f
the student's co lle g e
e du c a tio n by e x po sin g him to " r e al-life" prob l ems.
S t udents
a p p l ying t o the At lan t a Ur b a n Co r p s wi ll h av e th e o ppo r t u nity to
indicate t he i r own pe rs o nal ar e a o f
in t h e prog ra m a cco r di n g l y .
in tere s t and wi ll b e p la ced
Th e ski lls a nd ex p er ience o f
t he
student wi ll be sign i fic an t l y a n d u s e f ull y t a pp e d b y t h e empl oyi n g
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agency and the student in turn will have the opport un ity to improve,
expand, and promote his areas of expressed interest and competence.
FINANCING:
F i na nci a l supp o rt f or the Atlanta Urban Corps this
summer wi ll c o me ba si cal l y fr o m f o ur s o urces:
1. The Co ll e ge Wo r k Stud y Pr og ram o f the Office
o f Ed uca t i o n.
2 . Th e a genci e s i n wh i ch inte rn s wi ll b e pla c ed,
i nc:tudi n g t he Ci t y o f At l anta, Ful to n Co unt y , e tc .
J . Th e At la nta Bu sin e ss Co mmuni t y .
4 . Other so ur ces , such as VI S TA and the So uthern
Re gi on al Educati o n Board.
Fr o m these sources, we h o pe t o f i nance approximate l y 2 50 inter n s
fo r
t h e summer , 1 969 .
The f i nanc i n g f or a n i nter ns hi p is on an 80 - 20 % b a s i s
wit h 20% being pai d by the a g en cy r ec e iving t h e int er n a nd 8 0 %
fr o m o ther s o u r ces, i n c luding f u n d s from b u sin e s s .
The breakdown o f
this summer is as f o ll ows:
In ternship financing avai l ab l e for
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URBAN
CORPS
30 Courtland Street, S. E., Atlanta, Georgia, 30303 Phone - 524-8091
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80% Financing
So u thern Regional Educ a tion
Col l ege Wo r k Study Grants
VISTA (Ful l Cost)
Board
20 In t erns
1 5 0 In te.rns
25 Interns
195
20% Fi nancing
1 50 Interns
1 00 Interns
City of Atlanta
Non - City Agencies
250
The At l anta Urban Cor ps is see k ing the support of the
b usiness community f o r
$ 1 ,000 per intern.
the remaining 50 interns at a cost of
The program in At l anta is unique in that the
business community is offered direct involvement in a program of
Urban improvement.
The funds received from b u siness will not
on l y increase the tot al n umber of interns but will enable the
Atlanta Urban Co r ps to employ Rtudents who are not classified
"f in anciall y needy" by their sc h oo l, and thus are el igib le for
Co llege Wo r k Study Funding.
It will,
in fact,
ena ble the Atlanta
Urban Corps to draw from the best students available, regardless
of financial need.
�ATLANTA URBAN CORPS
30 Courtland Street, S. E., Atlanta, Georgia, 30303 Phone - 524-8091
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In o rd er to succeed as a
truly
representative prog ram,
the Atlanta Urban Corps needs the financial support of the
Atl an ta Bu siness Co mmunity .
For Further Information Cont a ct :
Bill Adams
Atlanta Urban Corps
JO Courtl a nd Street
Atlanta, Geor g ia
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�.ATLANTA VROAN CORPS
30 COURTLAND STREET , N .E . /
PHONE (404] 525 -2662
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ATLANTA, GEORG I A 30303
April 28, 1969
Funds available for administration of Urban Corps
$6 , 000.00
$1 , 000.00
Southern Regional Education Board
Stern Foundation, via Dan Sweat
Inteooship funds available or tentative obligation (Fed. Work Study Funds )
40 at 80%
Georgia Tech
Dekalb College
40 at 80%
Ga. State
8 at 80%
Emory Univ.
3 at 80%
Oglethorpe Univ.
1 at 80%
Atlanta Univ. Complex , including :
Clark , Spellman, Morehouse , Morris Brown , Atlanta Univ.
100 at 80%
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colleges out side the Atlanta area : Univ . Ga.,
Univ . of t he South, Paine College , et c.
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Ga. ,
total work st udy 222 at 80%
Total number of i nt er ns (target) 300 .
150 City of Atlant a, 130 Nonprofit publi c i nterest agencies
20 Urban Corps Staff
Non-Work St udy i nt ern money avai l abl e(can be us ed for l OOo/ci fund or 20% matching)
Souther n Regional Educational Boar d
$14,ooo.oo
At l anta Uni v. Center (City Gr ant)
$9,000 .00
Fulton County Health Dept.
$5,500.00
VISTA
$25,000.00
Private At l anta Business es
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Total non-work study
Average cost of ten week internshi p
$43,500.00
$1,000.00 per intern
Minimum outside funding needed to meet target quota for 300 interns
and admj_nistrative costs •. • . ..... . •$40,000 .00
�JCt':.T1.D OF TRUSTEES
The Atlanta Urb an Co r ps Board of Trust e es shall be composed
o f the outstan di ng l e aders fro m t he student, educational, busine ss
and gov er nme nt c ommunity i n me tropolitan Atlanta, including the
followin g :
Stud ent Bo dy Pr esident s fro m Atlan t a area colle ges
pa r t icipating in t h e Atl an ta Urban Corps.
Coll ege Pr esid ent s fro m Atlan ta ar e a coll eges participating
i n t he At l anta Urb an Corp s .
The Di recto r s , or th ei r de si gn a t e d repr esentativ e s, of a ge nci e s
u ti lizing fiv e or more in t erns.
The Dire ctor s, or th ei r desi gnat e d r e presen t a t iv e s, of
a genc i e s spon s oring t wo or mo re int e r n s.
St a f f Di rector , St udent Di rec tor, Coll ege Re l at ion s
Board Chairrnan .
Memb e r s of the Exe cu t i ve Board , an d others deem ed
n e c es sary by a maj ori ty o f th e Bo ard o f Trus t e e s.
Th e t e r m of membe r s hi p o f an i ndi v i dua l on th e Board o f Tru st ee s
sha ll be on e ye ar be ginning Apri l 1 o f e a c h y e ar .
The Bo a r d o f Tru s t ee s s ha ll adv i se th e Executiv e Board of
The At l ant a Urban Corps on the ov e rall dev el opment o f th e co l l ege
in t e rn s hip pr ogr a~ . Membe r s of th e Boa rd o f Tru s t ee s a r e fr ee to
at t end a l l mee tiing o f th e Exe cutive Board and to make all
~= ~ti n en t ~e co mmen da t i on s to th e Ex e cu t i v e Boa rd as i t deems de s i rabl e .
Th e Board of Trus t ees shal l be t he u l tima t e po l ic y maki n g body of
th e At l ant a Ur ban Cor ps.
The Board o f Tru s t ees shal l el ect t hr ee non-o pe rational
pro fess iona l s to t he Exe cu t iv e Board . These t hr ee shall include :
on e represen t at i ve of partic ipat i ng coll ege fi nan cial ai d o f fice r s ,
one educato r and one a t - l arge .
�ATLANTA URBAN CORPS EXECUTIVE BOARD
Student Dire ctor
St ud en t el e ct ed by Coll ege Relations Bo a r d
Student el ec t ed by Coll ege Re l at ion.s Board
Studont el e ct e d by Coll og0 Re lations Board
Pro gram Dir ector
Prof e ssional repr e s en t ativ e of Stu dent Financial Ai d
Offic ers of pa rt ici pa ting coll ege s
Pr of essi ona l Educator
Prof e ssio nal At - Large
Th e Exe cu t iv e Board s hall be r e spon s i bl e f or ope r at io nal
policy th a t shall be c arr i ed ou t by the St a f f Di r e cto r .
Personne l i nvolv e d i n da y ~t o-da y r e sponsi biliti e s shall ultimat el y
r e port to t h e St a ff Di r e c tor . The Studen t Di r e cto r s hall work
c lo s e l y wi th tho Staff Dir e ctor i n carryin g ou t th e s e r e s pon s ibiliti es .
All membe rs of t ho Exe cutiv e Board will au to mat i cally b e
membe rs o f th e Board o f Trust ee s .
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�RESPONSIBILIT IES OF EXECUTIVE BOARD
OF ATLANTA URBAN CORPS
The Board has r e spon s ibility i n th~ fo llo wi ng areas :
1. Th e Board shall approv o a ll Iilt ornship dev el opme nts and shall
de termin e tho ar ea s of Iilt ornshi p . It shall approve a ll n ew
project ar e as for I n t e r nshi ps .
2. The Boar d s hall re evaluat e a ll Int e rnships and r omovo or
r e ns si cn Int e rn s a s it dooms n e c e ssary upon r e co mmenda t ion
by the Personn e l Co mmitt ee .
3. Th e Bo a rd shall mai n t ain fi nancial contro l ov er fun d s a ppro pri at e d to th e ATLANTA URBAN CORPS ~ Administration of sai d
fund s shall be t he r es po n si bility o f the St a ff Dire ctor.
4. Th e Board s hall a ct as a n app eal Gri evanc e Board for a ll
parti es in the ATLANTA URBAN CORPS , j_ n cl udi ng both s tud ent
in t e rn s and the depar t men ts or a genc i es t o which Int e rns ar e
as si gn e d .
5. Th e Boar d s ha ll de t e r mi n e a ll poli ci e s r e ga rdi ng public
r e latio n s and in f o rma t io n r el e a s es .
6. Th o Boar d s ha ll de te r mi ne a ll e duc ational polici e s o f th e
ATLANTA URBAN CORPS upon r e co mmon da tio i1 o f th o Educ at ion
Dire c tor .
7. Th e Board shall d e t e rmine th e poli cy con c e rni n g the pl ac eme n t
o f Urban Corps I nt e r n s i n a gen ci es .
8. The Board shall a s s ume a ll r e spon s i biliti es not he r ei n spe ci f i e d
that ar o d eeme d n e c 8ssa r y to assur e t h e s ucc ess o f th e ATLANTA
URBAN CORPS .
9. All of t he Exe c u tiv e Board poli ci e s an d dec i s io n s ar e sub j e c t
t o revi ew by the Bo a rd o f Tr ust ee s a th e Board of Tru st oo s
doom s n e c essary .
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�PERSONNEL
St2?f Director
Studen t Dir e ctor
I.
Secretarial : (3 )
(1) Se cret ary
(l ) Assistant Se cre tary
(1) Cl e r k
I I.
Pay rol l: (1 )
(1) Fiscal Dir e ctor
II I.
Internshi p Development ( 4)
(1) I nternship Developraent Dire ctor
(3) City , Federal , Extra - city
IV .
Student Recruitment : ( 10 )
(1) Coll ege Relations Board Chairraan
( 9 ) Campu s Coordin a tor
V.
Finan cing : (2 )
Coll ege Work Study Pro gram
(1) Studc11t Fi nancial Aid Coordinator
Privat e
(1) Privat e Financial Aid Coor di nato r
VI.
Fi eld Evaluation : ( 6 ) (June - Augu s t)
(1) Fi e l d Eval uation Director
(5 ) Fi el d Staff
VII .
Public Re l atio ns : ( 2 )
(1) Publi c Relat ion s Di rector
(1) Publi c Rel ation s Staff
VIII. Educatio n : (3 )
(1) Education Director
(2)
Edu cation Staff
As i nitial rccruitmei1 t and i ntern deve l oprnont ar c acco mplish ed
these pe r sonne l may be shi ft ed to f i e l d s taff . Tll o Staff Director
shall appoint a ll personnel uhose appo i ntment ~i_s not spec ifi ed .
These appo i n t men t s are subject to approval of the Executive Board .
�RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE CENTRAL OFFICE
The Central Office of the Atlanta Urban Corps shall be
responsible for the normal day-to-day operation of the Atlanta
Urban Corps. Specifically, it is responsible for:
1. Implementing the Internship Program.
2. Processing of Intern requests as dire~ted
by the Executive Board.
3. Processing of Student applications.
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Maintaining public relations.
5. Coordinating the educational aspects of the
Atlanta Urban Corps.
6. All other operational aspects of the Atlanta
Urban Corps subject to the review of the
Executive Board.
7. Development of intern positions in participating
agencies.
8. Compiling and printing forms and brochures for
use in the Urban Corps.
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�ATLANTA URBAN CORPS COLLEGE RELATIONS BOARD
The College Relations Board shall be composed of one student
representative from each of the Atlanta area participating colleges
of tho Atlanta Urban Corps4 Said repres entatives shall be nominated
by the preceding College Relations Board and approved by th:JStudent
Governments on tho respective campuses.
The Coll e ge Relations Board shall elect the Student Director,
the Coll e ge Relations Board Chairman, and approve th e Internship
Development Director appointed by th e Program Director. The
College Relntions Board shall have the power to remov e any of its
selections to the above positions by a unanimous vot e of the Board.
Abov e s elections shall s erv e as ex-officio members of the College
Relations Board. The College Relations Board shall nominate
three non-operational members of the Executive Board subject to
the approval of th e Board of Trust e es.
The Board sha ll advise th e Student Director, Coll e ge Relations
Director, th e Internship Developme nt Director, and th e Fi eld
Eva luatio n s Directo r in a ll matt e rs pe rtaining to th e r elationship
b e t ween participat ing coll ege s and its student s and th e Atl a nta
Urban Corps. Each r epre s entativ e to t h e Board shall be consider e d
th e Atlanta Urban Corps coordinator for his coll e ge and shall
ropr os cnt the Urban Corps on his own campus.
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�EDUCATION BOARD
The Education Board of the Atlanta Urban Corps shall be
responsible for the educational aspects of the Atlanta Urban Corps.
Specifically:
1. The Board shall be responsible for making recommenda tions
to the Personnel Committee and to the Executive Board
concerning the educational aspects of the InternBhips.
2. The Board shall be responsible for involving the a cademic
community in the program in a meaningful manner.
3. The Education Board shall recommend all seminars or
additional educational courses to the Executive Board.
It shall also be responsible for exploration of course
cre dit possibilities be tween participating coll ege s and
s tudents a nd also utilization of existing course s for
use by interns.
The Educ a tion Bo a rd shall be chaired by the Education Director.
The size and me nbor s hip s hall be de te rmin ed by the Exe cutive Board.
The Student Director s ha ll appoint all s tuden t r e presenta tive s to
the Education Board subject to the approval of the Coll ege Relations
Board.
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�PERSONNEL COMMI TTEE
Members
Staff Direc to r - Chairman
Student Di rector
I ntern coordinator from City Government
Education Director
Fi el d Evaluati on Director
In ternshi p Devel opment Di recto r
Coll ege Rel ations Chairman
I nternshi p Coordinator from Ext ra - city agenci es
RESPONSI BI LITIES OF' THE PERSONNEL COMMITTEE
ATLAi:JTA URBAN CORPS
The Pe rsonn el Committe e of the ATLANTA URBAN CORPS is
generally r esponsibl e for th e placement and eval uation of Inte rns .
I t rnakes r e commendatio i1s to t he Executive Board conc e rning all
aspects of personnel r elations . Spec i fically , the Committ ee is
responsi bl e for :
1.
Making recommendations regarding i nternship positions
to th e Exe cu tive Board .
2 . Approving tho i nitial assi gnment o f a ll Interns .
3. Makin g re commendations to th e Executive Board on the
removal or reassignment of I n t erns .
4. Reassi gning those Int ~rns that requir e reassi gnment .
5. Conside r a ll pro bl ems conc er ning pe r s onnel r elations
bot~een the Int e rn s and their Supe rvi s ors .
6. The Pe rsonnel Committ oo shall act as th e appeal board
f or all ~r i ovanc os , base d on r ecommendations of the
Fi eld Evaluation Unit .
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�FIELD EVALUNPION UNIT
Tm purpose
of this Fi eld Evaluation Uni t is t wo-fold. to
provide an independent evaluation of th o performanc e of th e s t udent
and the quality of th o assi gnment, and to provide direct assistance
to students and s upe rviso rs in th o r e solution o f difficulti e s.
Writt en fi eld r eports will be compil ed an d ma de av ailabl e to the
institution or spon~oring agency. Fi el d staff membe rs will
routinely visit students a t th eir nork locm..on s , conducting structur e d intervi ews wi t h t hem and thei r supe rvisors .
A joint evalua tio n and r ocommondation r eport will be made
on tho entir e pro gram by t ho fi eld evaluation unit and the Education
Bo a rd n ear th e en d of tho work pe riod.
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