In 1967 a group of university appointments board secretaries and a number of employers of graduates met at Durham University for a conference on common points of interest. Out of this grew the decision to see whether there was a need on the employers' side for a comparable body to the Standing Conference of University Appointments Services (SCUAS). Two employers and two appointments board secretaries were asked to consider the matter: they formed SLUG (Self‐Liquidating Unofficial Group) which duly committed insecticide after two meetings, by which time they had set up ICE (Interim Committee of Employers) — a larger body of small and large regular recruiters of graduates, who set out the aims and purposes of such a group of employers and organised a proper and democratic election of a Committee. The ICE age lasted until November 1969, when the first gathering of employers met in London to form the Standing Conference of Employers of Graduates (SCOEG).
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