Found in 157 Collections and/or Records:
Reports of a YWCA of the U.S.A. study of incoming and outgoing advisory correspondence. The study looks at the type of questions received, workflow handling, the distribution and retention of correspondence, and the types of materials needed to answer inquiries. Documents describe the method and procedure of study, summarize data and analyze the results.
Documents concerning the YWCA of the U.S.A. work with employed women. A staff handbook for YWCA staff working with business, professional, and industrial women outlines job duties, describes the mission and purpose of work with employed women, describes activities that may be required, and provides a detailed picture of what is expected as a YWCA employee working with employed women. Other materials include conference planning, project materials and histories of work with employed women.
Documents concerning the use, sales, rentals, and purchases of camp grounds. In addition, miscellaneous camp materials describe the planning process for running a camp, give overview of facilities and maintenance, and offer suggestions for camp worship services.