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Advanced Accounting and Computing, a speciality
program course, was offered once again here at
Northwestern for a 21f2 hOuI' block and mainly for seniors. A
couple of basic goals for the course were Q15 to adequately
prepare the student who planned to go out to work in an
accounting department and 12D to help train those going on
to college to major in Accounting. To be admitted to this
program. each student must have had Accounting I and II.
In order to better serve and train our students, some of the
finest equipment was used. To name a few, students were able
to use the Mini Computer, Keypunch Machines, Calculators,
Dec Writer Terminal, Hewlett Packard Computer. CRT
Terminal, Card Reader and the High Speed Printer.
Successfully completing the program, most students are able
to get a job and perform their duties adequately in an
accounting department. A number of students have sufficient
background to go on to college to major in Accounting. Mr.
Lou Carpenter was the instructor for this course.
Kelvin and Dennis may not agree, but thats what it says here.
These books just have to balance!
My goal is a job in an accounting department.
If you work hard, success will usually follow.
Accounting 8z Computing Returns With A Top Rating!
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Inventin and Preston use voltage and current meters.
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Craig and William "team up" to obtain experiment data.
While Electricity classes have been a part of Northwestern
since 1964. the Magnet Program is in its first year. Now three
rooms are used. The small room, 110, serves as a study area for
both first year Occupational Electricity and second year
Industrial Electricity. Both laboratory rooms have wall to wall
carpeting. The first year of training is basic. It is the launch pad
to studies in medical electronics. radio, T-V. radar, automotive.
heating and air conditioning, appliance repair and computers, to
mention only a few. The second year student begins a specialized
course. Expertness is developed in the use of electric motors,
generators, electric wiring, motor controls and related study. The
laboratory is crammed full of up-to-date intricated equipment.
This is career training at its best. In the first year laboratory.
there are twelve work stations for a capacity of 24 students. Each
station has a large wood box full of components, a three-drawer
storage cabinet, a power supply and a meter. The power supply
provides direct current, alternating current. audio frequency
signals, radio frequency signals and a speaker. Other portable
equipment includes such equipment as an oscilloscope. a signal
tracer, and a transistor tester. Some projects are built and some
repairs of equipment are done by students. Half of the students
time is taken with doing experiments, using the components and
the equipment to good advantage. Many students take additional
training in the armed services, Bell and Howell Schools, or other
technical training to qualify for a more desirable career. High
school training in the electrical-electronics field helps insure
success in advanced training careers.
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Electrical-Electronics Proved Highly Beneficial
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Data Processing - Involves Use Of Machlnes
Business Data Processing, taught as a 21f2 hour block course
under our Magnet Program here at Northwestern, was hailed as
an extremely rewarding educational experience for not just our
students, but for students drawn from all our city high schools.
It was considered job orientated and many students actually held
jobs while taking the course. In fact. students were encouraged
to interview for jobs.
Before taking Data Processing, courses such as typing.
accounting. algebra and computer math are not necessary. but
were proven helpful to students.
Mr. Rod Wilson was the instructor who emphasized certain
important goals for the class. They are as follows: Clj to satisfy
the curiosity of students who want to know how datas are
processed by electronic computers: C21 to help prepare students
for careers in which they need to understand automated data
processing, even though their jobs may not be directly connected
with electronic computers: 13D to acquaint students with the job
openings in data processing and the qualifications needed to fill
them and C45 to give students a basic foundation on which they
can build in order to prepare themselves for careers in electronic
Barbara and Benita figuring out the answer. This didn t come out the way I expected
30 Machines do need repairing occasionally.
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