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A model for increasing minority participation at managerial level in the field of aging

Journal of Gerontological Social Work

Author: Asamoah, Y., Haffey, M., Hodges, M.
Year: 1992
Type: Journal Article


Described is a collaborative effort among a public university, public & voluntary agencies, & a gerontological center in New York City to address the serious shortage of minority administrators in the field of aging. The program is designed to: enhance professional recruitment & retention of minorities in aging; provide career mobility for minorities through professional social work education with specialized content in aging, management & minority issues; & strengthen services to the aged. Major componenets of the program are outlined, including: selection & training; leadership/management seminars; a mentoring system; & continuity between training & employment. The program results in a replicable model for training & retaining minority managers, improved services for the elderly & a new cadre of minority professional leaders in the field of aging.

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Pages 73-84
Volume 18
Issue 3-4
Accession Number 5.3.03
Research Notes Electronic copy added 17/07/2013
Keywords North Americaolderprofessional recruitmentService delivery

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