|Date Created:||Dec. 31, 1969, 7 p.m.|
|Date Added:||April 29, 2018, 8 p.m.|
|Description:||Vocational text 4|
|Full text:||In each issue of the yearbook, the Washingtonian, seniors listed their club activities and post-graduation ambitions. Students’ ambitions often reflected their time in vocational programs, and consequently had gendered implications. Common ambitions for girls included working as a seamstress or beautician, while boys listed jobs such as brickmason and auto mechanic. In these instances, the preferred careers directly tie to single-gender classes and trade programs at Booker T. Washington.|
|Source:||Spring 2017 class|
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