By Marjorie Eberts, Margaret Gisler

Careers For. . . * number of CAREERS proven. From the most obvious to the imprecise, readers may be in a position to discover careers that fit their pursuits. * profession PROFILES. comprises whole activity descriptions and wage levels. * specialist INTERVIEWS. enable pupil to determine what jobs are relatively like and what it took to get them. * confirmed guidance. aid scholars comprehend what it takes to get the task in their goals and the stairs to get there.

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For example, during the famine in Mali, Lisa Nichols managed a CARE truck fleet that was hauling grain. It wasn't easy for Lisa to work shoulder-to-shoulder with the male drivers in a Muslim country where women do not give orders to men, but eventually she and the men became a solid team. Page 27 Lisa has made impoverished women and their children her focus, spearheading innovative projects in such distant locales as Bangladesh and Mali. Today, Lisa trains women in prenatal nutrition, hygiene, sanitation, and the importance of immunizations.

Besides these well-known social service organizations, there are thousands of smaller organizations with much narrower missions. For example, the Harriet Tubman Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Page 5 leads battered women and their children to freedom from abusive situations. No matter how you wish to help others, some organization is probably devoted to the same mission. Careers with the Government The problems that poverty brings are enormous: homelessness, hunger, poor health, illiteracy, crime, and abuse.

The "volunteers" in Volunteers of America are those who selflessly dedicate themselves to the mission or cause of the organization for their professional career. In the beginning, the Volunteers of America concentrated of relieving poverty in slums and rehabilitating Skid Row derelicts and former convicts living in New York City. Although such efforts still have a high priority, today's expanded range of services reflects the organization's involvement in contemporary problems at all economic and social levels of society.

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