Burnout: Practical Approaches to this Human Service Dilemma, is a two-day workshop
to be held in Dallas, Texas, June 4-6. Sponsored by Human Service Consultants of
DeKalb, 111., the workshop will focus on burnout at the client, staff and organizational
levels. The workshop is designed for human service professionals and managers/administrators of treatment or social service agencies. Administrators concerned about staff
turnover and employee satisfaction will learn how to assess their organization's burnout potential, and individuals will assess their own job satisfaction and identify
strategies to prevent or recover from burnout. For additional information contact:
Workshop Coordinator A.C.T.S. Unlimited, Inc., P. O. Box 242, Glencoe, 111. 60022,
Breakthrough is the largest women's newspaper in Texas. Get your message to our
network of readers through the Breakthrough classifieds. Rates are 30 cents a word.
Enclose your check with copy as you want it to appear. Mail to: Breakthrough Classifieds, P. O. Box 88072, Houston, TX 77004.
SPANISH-Achieve fast fluency in the beautiful colonial hill town of San Miguel
Allende, Mexico. The world-renowned ACADEMIA HISPANO AMERICANA offers a
completely mtegrated program of instruction in Spanish Language and Latin American
studies. Open to students on all levels, year round, with individual programs of study
for advanced students. Also private instruction. Academia Hispano Americana, San
Miguel de Allende, Mexico.
Night manager needed for shelter for victims of domestic violence. Should have management skills and awareness of problems of women and children in crisis. Forty hours per
week. $8000 per year. Send resume to Houston Area Women's Center, P.O. Box 20186,
Room E435, Houston, 77025.
Excellent opportunity for someone who wants job with future. Patio furniture store
needs intelligent business-oriented person. Must be neat, well groomed, self-motivating,
have a nice disposition and enjoy meeting Houston's nicest people. Pay will be above
average and will be based on sales experience and ability to handle responsibility and
to learn new things rapidly. Superior benefits. Apply in person, 9-6, Monday-Saturday,
2707 Chimney Rock.
Radio time sales position now open at KODA/KODA-FM. Applicants must be very experienced in broadcast sales. Contact Sales Manager, Taft Broadcasting Corporation,
622-1010, 4808 San Felipe Road, Houston, 77056. Qualified handicapped persons, disabled veterans and Vietnam Era veterans invited to apply. An Equal Opportunity
Woman looking for entry-level computer programming job. Call Julie, 528-4479, if you
have information about possible positions.
Women's Music-Discover the Difference. . .Music for making love, revolutions, or just
merry. Written, engineered and distributed by women for women. Available in Houston
at The Bookstore, Wilde 'N' Stein, Cactus Records, and B.D. & Daughter. Take an album
home for a test spin from the new Women's Music Rental Library at B.D. & Daughter
(1623 Westheimer, 529-3609).
Christine Delmas, B.S.N., M.P.H., J.D. and Larry Delmas, B.A., J.D. announce the
opening of the law office of Delmas & Delmas, general practice of law. Evenings/Saturdays
by appointment. 19206 Eastex Freeway No. 109, Humble, Texas. Phone: 446-8148.
Career options for teachers . For information and registration call 465-1381 or 524-6785
Carole's Mobile Tune-up Service & Repairs, done at your residence, 868-6952.
A Global Women's Forum, a one-day active participation workshop for women of all
ages and all walks of life, will be Saturday, May 19, at the Institute of Cultural Affairs,
4207 Chartres St., 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Learn from other women who have coped with
the same challenges you are facing daily, identify real issues and build a practical plan
for effectively dealing with future concerns and challenges, and see the world and
women's role in the total picture. A $20 registration fee is payable on the day of the
forum. ,'./ .. - .-
IMAGINE! ADRIENNE RICH REVIEWING SUSAN GRIFFIN, ANDREA DWORKIN
REVIEWING RITA MAE BROWN, GLORIA STEINEM REVIEWING ROBIN MORGAN; finally, feminists review feminists. This, and more, happens in the New Women's
Times Feminist Review, a regular supplement to the national New Women's Times, from
the hometown of Susan B. Anthony, founded in 1975. Subscriptions, $10/year includes
24 issues of the newspaper and 6 issues of the Review supplement. Back issues of the
Review are available for $1.50.New Women's Times, 1357 Monroe Ave. HB, Rochester,
The 1979 Index/Directory of Women's Media is now available from the Women's Institute for Freedom of the Press (WIFP). The Directory lists hundreds of women's periodicals, presses and publishers, news services, columns, radio and TV programs and
women's media collectives and companies in film, video and cable, music, art/graphics/
theater, and multi-media. Also included are lists of courses on media and women, speakers bureaus, women writers' groups, women's public relations companies, authors' agents
specializing in women, plus information about products made and distributed by women and professional organizations. The names and addresses of over 800 media and
media-concerned women are listed alphabetically and cross-indexed. An annotated index of women's media research and activities in over 100 categories is also included.
The Index/Directory is available by sending $8 to Women's Institute for Freedom
of the Press, 3306 Ross Place, Washington, D.C. 20008, (202) 966-7783.
Sometimes just becoming a
woman is an act of courage.
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co-produced by TONY LaMARCA ,nd ANDREW P. BONIME
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