New York, United States
Found in 29 Collections and/or Records:
Documents concerning YWCA of the U.S.A. Girl Reserve adviser seminars. Conferences for Girl Reserve secretaries and advisors are a place for sharing methods and ideas, discussing the issues faced by young women and participating in training activities. Reports from the conferences assess the value of the discussions and accommodations, summarize the content of the sessions and advise changes for future conferences.
Photographs of the the first International Study Conference on Women and World Reconstruction held in Altamont, New York and at Teacher's College in New York. The conference brings together thirteen international delegates to discuss issues relating to reconstruction and international issues following World War II.
Minutes and reports of the Student Christian Movement in New York State's board of directors, committees, executive council and regional assembly. The structure and function of the Student Christian Movement in New York State is established in its bylaws included in the board of directors and advisory committee records.
Annual reports from the New York State region of the National Student YWCA combining statistical and narrative reporting summarizing the development, management, program, challenges and participation of student associations in the region. Annual reports may be supported by additional documentation such as program pamphlets, conference records and additional reports.
Council meeting minutes and agendas from the Student Christian Movement in New York State in addition to newsletters from the New York State region of the National Student YWCA. and the Student Christian Movement of New York State.
Photographs of YWCA of the USA housing and recreation programs for women war workers in New York including cafeterias, leisure activities, a club for nurses, social events, and a separate club for African American war workers and military.
Photographs of women war workers in transportation in New York including images of women mechanics, drivers, and railroad workers.
Documents concerning the planning, proceedings and assessments of the central and eastern region Y-Teen conferences. Regional conferences are a chance for Y-Teen delegates and the adult leaders to come together to discuss the issues important to them and unite behind a common purpose. Conferences include discussion groups, lectures and activities.