Life of the students of Antioch College as they pursue work-study jobs in New York City.
New York City USA Date:1942 Duration:4 min 56 sec Sound:Yes
Various courses at Antioch College in Yellow Springs, Ohio. Antioch College building. A farm in a countryside and a busy street in a town. Arthur Morgan who introduced the work-study program which aims at making education meaningful. Students and their personal faculty advisers discuss job opportunities. The students circulate between work and job four times a year. Two students hold a job alternately. The students of the college work as typists, accountants to ensure inter penetration of business in their lives. Low angle camera view of college student at busy roadside waiting for bus, as 1940's cars and other vehicles race by. Various accounting and clerical jobs and mechanical machines including typewriters, paper, and money counting devices. A sign on a board reads ' Dollar Day'. A student works in a clothing store in New York. Girls seated around a table on a New York City high rise or skyscraper building rooftop after their work shift, smoking and relaxing. Feet of a girl as she rests them. A student of Antioch College works in a broadcast studio radio station giving tours to visitors who want to learn about radio broadcasting. The students work in consumer co-operatives, publishing company. A student works as an executive in a stationery concern in Massachusetts. The students work in a newspaper establishment. A student looking after a police beat interviews a police officer. Students also take up jobs in the field of social sciences as they study change of thought in the society and the circumstances and events that lead to poverty and crime.
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