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Women In State Government, General Records


Women in State Government was organized as a result of the impetus of the 1978 Governor's Conference on Leadership Development for Women in order tosupport the professional development of all women in State Government.The general records of the Women in State Government reflect the organization's constituency and its activities in North Carolina between 1978 and 1981. A steering committee of seventeen (one member from each department of state government) and a series of task forces were initially established to govern the policies and programs of the organization as it endeavored to work with private and governmental organizations and agencies to assist women in education, career planning, c ... (more below)

Title

Women In State Government, General Records

Collection Number

Org.196

Date(s)

1978 - 1981

Language

English

Physical Description
Box
1
Abstract

Women in State Government was organized as a result of the impetus of the 1978 Governor's Conference on Leadership Development for Women in order to  "support the professional development of all women in State Government."

The general records of the Women in State Government reflect the organization's constituency and its activities in North Carolina between 1978 and 1981. A steering committee of seventeen (one member from each department of state government) and a series of task forces were initially established to govern the policies and programs of the organization as it endeavored to work with private and governmental organizations and agencies to assist women in education, career planning, counseling, upward mobility, recruitment, and other work-related issues.

Physical Location

For current information on the location ofthese materials, please consult the Public Services Branch, State Archives of North Carolina.

Creator

Women in State Government.

Repository

State Archives of North Carolina


Arranged topically and by record type.


Available for research.


Copyright is retained by the authors of these materials, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law (Title 17 US Code). Individual researchers are responsible for using these materials in conformance with copyright law as well as any donor restrictions accompanying the materials.


Processed by Catherine J. Morris and James 0. Sorrell, June, 1998

Encoded by Fran Tracy-Walls, August, 2002


Women in State Government was organized as a result of the impetus of the 1978 Governor's Conference on Leadership Development for Women in order to  "support the professional development of all women in State Government." Initially, Women in State Government included a steering committee of seventeen (one member from each department of state government) and a series of task forces.


Women in State Government was organized as a result of the impetus of the 1978 Governor's Conference on Leadership Development for Women in order to  "support the professional development of all women in State Government." Initially, Women in State Government included a steering committee of seventeen (one member from each department of state government) and a series of task forces.


[Identification of item], Org.196, Women In State Government, General Records, State Archives of North Carolina, Raleigh, NC, USA.


Received from Cynthia Ansell, Technical Services Branch, North Carolina State Library, Raleigh, in May, 1981; accessioned as a gift on June 26, 1981.


Additional information on topics found in this collection may be found in the Manuscript and Archives Reference System (MARS)  http://www.ncarchives.dcr.state.nc.us.


The general records of the Women in State Government reflect the organization's constituency and its activities in North Carolina between 1978 and 1981. A steering committee of seventeen (one member from each department of state government) and a series of task forces were initially established to govern the policies and programs of the organization as it endeavored to work with private and governmental organizations and agencies to assist women in education, career planning, counseling, upward mobility, recruitment, and other work-related issues. Women in State Government also sought to review state government policies and procedures as they affected women employees. Meetings, alternating between a business meeting and an informal program, were held monthly.

Arranged topically and by record type.


The general records of the Women in State Government reflect the organization's constituency and its activities in North Carolina between 1978 and 1981. A steering committee of seventeen (one member from each department of state government) and a series of task forces were initially established to govern the policies and programs of the organization as it endeavored to work with private and governmental organizations and agencies to assist women in education, career planning, counseling, upward mobility, recruitment, and other work-related issues. Women in State Government also sought to review state government policies and procedures as they affected women employees. Meetings, alternating between a business meeting and an informal program, were held monthly.


  • Women in State Government.
  • Committees.
  • Leadership.
  • Women employees
  • Women in politics.

Box: 1  
By-laws and tax exempt status materials

16432
Officers

16433
Monthly meetings

Minutes
1978-1980
Agendas, meeting announcements, etc.
1978-1981

16436
Steering committee

Minutes
1978-1980
Agendas
1979-1981

16439
Suggested meeting topics and projects

16440
Correspondence
1979-1980

16441
Workshop materials
1979-1981

16442
Yoaerobic dance classes
1980

16443
Receptions
1980

16444
Stationary, logo, and membership forms

16445
Organizational meetings

16446
Newsletters
1981-1982

16447
Publicity
1978-1981