Frieda Fortriede, International Bus. College part 1 The Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette, Sun. Aug. 4, 1907

T - i THE FORT WAYNE JOURNAL - QAZETTE, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 4, 1907. 11 7 International Business College I WE list on this page a few of the graduates of the International Business College, of Fort Wayne, who arc employed as .stenographers, bookkeepers, office managers, head of departments, etc., etc., with Fort Wayne concerns. . Hundreds might be added to this list did space permit, but it is enough to say that ninety per cent of the clerical and stenographic positions, in this city are filled by our pupils, while a great army of our ex - students are filling responsible positions all over this country. The young men or young women who complete our course and show any natural aptitude for this line of work take absolutely no chance whatever in securing employment with some bHhe best business concerns of this country. This is only the start but it gives an opportunity for a brilliant future, Give any intelligent, industrious, honest, young person a thorough practical business training and opportunities will offer on every hand, which if taken advantage of will bring a splendid success. A neglect to make preparation, however, in this age of great commercial activity, will just as surely lead to failure. The International Business College to - day ranks as the' leading school of its kind in the Central States. It has been under the same management for the past seventeen years and no labor or expense has been spared to make it strictly modern in all its appointments.. , The fall term begins Tuesday, September 3, and everything points to this coming year's being the best in the history of the institution. We have1 a splendid Night School thus offording an opportunity for those who are prevented from attending our day classes to pursue a course of study in the evening. Everyone who attends out school does not succeed, but where one fails we have a dozen who make a success. Don't condemn our school without investigation, investigation, because you know of some one or two of our students who are not employed. All schools of every kind are bound to have some failures, generally due to lack of amplication on the part of the Student, but the school cannot and should not be responsible for such. Don't put off until another year doing what every live business men and what your own common sense will tell you should be done now. Make arrangements to enter either our day or evening class, Tuesday, September 3. Do it now.

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  • — Frieda Fortriede, International Bus. College part 1 The Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette, Sun. Aug. 4, 1907

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