This 30-minute documentary was shot on-location in Germany in Spring of 1994. It features portraits of three young apprentices in the city of Berlin: Michael Lehradt, an electrician; Ersin Cetlan, an auto mechanic; and Antje Geister, a hotel management apprentice. The program also shows viewers the modern "Berufsinformationszentrum" (Occupational Information Center) in Berlin- the starting point for many young Germans who are uncertain about which career path to choose.
Alverno College (Milwaukee, Wis.). Research Center on Women.
Alverno College Library
22.2 cubic ft. 54 boxes
The collection, dating from 1970, contains correspondence, questionnaires, programs, publicity and planning materials documenting Center-sponsored programs such as: Careers for Women Conference, Conference of Women Theologians, Midwest Conference on Women's Studies, Sperry-Hutchison Foundation Lecture Series, Smithsonian Exhibit on Women Workers, Women in Public Life in Wisconsin and the Women's Educational Equity Act Grant Project. There are also subject files, materials from an oral history project (Alverno students were interviewed), Center publications, photographs, and audio and videotapes of some Center-sponsored programming.