Junior Executives: Most Likely to Succeed

Smiling recruiters from 18 companies will take over 32 rooms in Manhattan's Waldorf-Astoria this week to interview more than 600 college graduates. On hand will be personnel specialists from Boeing, Bristol-Myers, Chase Manhattan, Equitable Life, Lever Bros., J. C. Penney, Xerox and other giants. The young men who will get the corporate glad hand are some of the most sought after graduates of the class of '64. They hold a variety of degrees, but they have one thing in common: all are Negroes.

The Right Time. Quite a few companies have asked colleges and Negro organizations to help them find...

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