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STUDENT LEADERSHIP GQKFEREKGE
Beginning Thurs. Oct. 17 at 7:00 p.m. and concluding Sun.
Funding will be provided by the UNL Student Alumni
Association, and will be available until the funds run out.
Thurs. 7:00p.m. 10:30p.m.
Fri. 9:00a. m. 12:00p.m.
Sat. 9:00a.m. --12:00p.m.
Sun. 8:30p.m. 11:30p.m.
Please contact the AS UN office, Km. 334 Nebr. Union
Phone 4 72-2581 Co-Sponsered by ,ASUN and the UNL Studen t
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Service aids growth
You have something to give.
At least that's what Terry Micek, office manager of
Studont Volunteer Services, thinks. . . ,,
So far this semester, 76 students are giving of
their time and talents to help meet the needs of others
in community service projects. . . ,
Located in the Nebraska Union, the primary objective
of Student Volunteer Services is "to promote student
development," Micek said.
This year's staff includes: Mary Dean, program
- coordinator; Jody Schwindt, assistant program coordi
nator; and three part-time student members, Sandy
Bobb, Terry Micek and Del Myers.
Volunteers1 who come through the office are
interviewed by one of the staff members.
"Some students have definete ideas about where
they want to do their volunteer work," Schwindt said.
"In the interview, we try to establish their interests,
personal and career goals and match them with where
they want to go," she said.
Areas in the community where student volunteers
are needed vary, and are numerous. They include:
youth and recreation, education, child care, elderly,
mental retardation, mental health, physically handi
capped, counseling, corrections and the Red Cross,
Student Volunteer Services is mainly a clearinghouse
between the university and the community, Schwindt
said. She said she thought the office was in a unique
position because it is in the middle and can see
problems develop and help bring about program
Lack of visibility
According to Schwindt, "the biggest problem this
office has is lack of visibility on campus." In dealing
with this, Student Volunteer Services is trying to
establish a set of goals to better serve the university
and the community.
Some of these goals are communications, community
services, education on the utilizaton of human
resources, supportive services, student development
and follow-up evaluation.
Because of the tight economic situation, Dean said,
more and more students are finding that, there is a
. demand in the job market for people with experience.
The records kept on the volunteers are valuable for job
references, she said.
The student volunteers offer a great community
service, Dean said. But the most valuable result, she
thinks, is "personal growth."
Editor-in-Chief: Jane Owens. News Editor:'Wes Alters.
Managing Editor: Dave Madsen. Associate News Editor: Rebecca
Brite. Layout: Mary Beth Grange. Sports Editor: Steve Taylor.
Entertainment Editor: Greg Lukow. Night News Editor: Jane Hoge
Chief Photagrapher: Gail Folda. News Assistant: Lisa Brown
Editorial Assistant: Ann Owens.
Reporters: Harry Baumert, Chuck Beck, Deb Bettenhausen, Lori
Cleooer. Connie Sue Gaskill, Randy Gordon, Deb Gray. Ivy Harper.
Mark Hoffman, John Kalkowski. Rusty Reno, Rex Seline. Lynn
Entertainment Writers: Dennis Ellermeicr, Chuck Strinz, David
Sports Staff: Bob Cullman, Becky Morgan, Dennis Onnen, Larfy
Columnists: Mark B. Rasmussen, Karen Richardson, Tim
Sindelar, Nancy Stohs. Amy Struthers.
Artist: Ron Wheeler.
Photographer: Steve Boerner.
Copy Desk: Deb Bettenhousen, Christie Cater, Shirley Jarissen,
Ann Newberry, Mary Schackelton, Ron Huggless.
Business Manager: Jerri Haussler. Advertising Manager; Ken
Kirk. Production Manager: Kitty PolicKy.
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Address: The Daily Nebraftkan. Nebraska Union "U ith r.H p
Sts., Lincoln, Ncbr. 68508. Telephone 402-472-2588.
The Qaily Nebraakan is published by the Publications Committee
on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday through the autumn
and spring semesters, except on holidays and during vacation.
Copyright 1974, the Daily NebMskan. Material may be reprinted
without permission if attributed to the Daily Nebraska, excepting
material covered by another copyright.
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