Forwarded mail....

Barbara J Tavares (
Thu, 24 Jul 1997 09:13:41 -1000

See the bottom message in this correspondence.
This ProfNet query was forwarded to me--no doubt to raise my blood
pressure. Please, anyone who has some material on-line, in a fetch it
file, etc., that will tell the writer that careers don't come in genders,
please send it to Juilliand at her e-mail address. This
would be greatly appreciated. I hate to think anyone with influence, such
as a magazine, can still limit the occupational options of any
students, male or female.

Barbara Tavares
University of Hawaii

---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Mon, 21 Jul 1997 12:58:23 -1000
From: Donne Florence <>
To: Barbara J Tavares <>

BT--No need to respond to this ProfNet query, but I wanted to alert you to
the existence of this online magazine. On the other hand, if you can point
her to some good material that will introduce her to the concept of what a
Bad Concept "Careers for Women" is ...

What if I write and tell her about another career she could explore in a
future column--sex equity coordinator?

**9. CAREERS FOR WOMEN - WOMEN'S WIRE. For a bi-monthly
feature I am looking to interview 2 younger (under 30)
women. Here are the careers that I will be covering in the
next few months: human resource manager (need leads by
Monday), promotions director, photographer, social worker,
health care technician, librarian, fashion designer, MIS
specialist, art dealer, computer animator. I am looking for
women in states other than California and New York.
Women's Wire is an online magazine with an audience of
about 3 million. (>>> Marie-Jeanne Juilland
E-mail: [T::7/21:2447]

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