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2013 June 10 - 12:00 am
In the fall semester of 1965, two employment counselors with the Michigan State Employment Commission from Grand Rapids came to Lowell High School to see about the school starting a clerk-typist program for about 15 unemployed single welfare women. None of these potential enrollees had previously received any training beyond high school and a few had not finished high school.

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