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Tuesday, November 25, 1986
Pageant provides chance
to expose young, black
talent, build unity
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Entertainment included Mt. Zion
Southern Baptist's inspirational choir
directed by Dewayne Mays; a slide
presentation of the contestants and
coordinators preparing for the pageant;
the Navy ROTC and singer Terry Parker.
Mr. and Miss Personality award
winners were chosen by the contest
ants. Patrick Palmer and Tina Hooley
received the awards, respectively.
Master of ceremonies, Stevie Wilson,
and Mistress of ceremonies, Holly
Ashmore, emceed the pageant,
"This pageant gives a chance to
expose the talent of our young black
students," Ashmore said.
She said the pageant was organized
to build unity among those involved.
"It shows the fruits of our labor by
the turnout because it is a challenge to
reach all of the black people of the
community," Wilson said.
The Mr. and Miss Black UNL Pageant
was sponsored by several local busi
nesses and coordinated by the African
Peoples Union and the Black Special
Events Committee of the University
Program Council. Proceeds from the
pageant will go the Black Big Confer
ence, held in February, in Norman,
Okla. Smith and llolley will have the
opportunity to compete against other
black contestants from the Big Eight
of business group
Donald E. Pursell, director of the
Bureau of Business Research at
UNL, has been selected presi
dent of the Association for Uni
versity Business and Economic
AUBER is an organization
devoted to establishing and
maintaining high standards for
academic research and publica
tions. The association, which
meets twice annually, is com
prised of business and economic
units from more than 170 col
leges and universities and has
members from all 50 states and
several foreign countries.
Pursell has been a member of
the UNL College of Business
Administration faculty since 1976.
His academic interests focus on
labor and demographic issues.
QlM1 au. PAY! U
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Interview appointments are available with the
following companies. Sign up for an appoint
ment in NE Union Rm. 225.
Tuesday, Dec. 2
U.S. Air Force ROTC all majors
Wednesday, Dec. 3
Denver Paralegal all majors
Dolman, Akerlund, Eddy accounting majors;
entry level staff accountant for firm of certified
SENCORE - Interviewing Dec. 1986 graduates
with bachelor's degree in electrical engineering.
There will be an orientation for Career Plan
ning & Placement registration procedures on
Wednesday, Dec. 3 at 10:30 a.m. Neb. Union;
check the daily calendar of events for room
If you start work at the age of 22 and retire at
the age of 65 you will be changing jobs about
every four years. So don't worry if you are not sure
what you want to be doing for the rest of your life.
You will change directions sooner or later any
way, and those changes are almost always for the
better. Find what you're good at and like and
give it everything you have.
Second Semester Art Opening
The Malcolm Public Schools, Lancaster County,
will be interviewing teachers endorsed in ai t on
Thursday, Dec. 4.
Omaha Public Schools fall Interviews
Representatives from the Omaha Public
Schools will be interviewing December gradu
ates and alumni on Dec, 12. Preschool special
education majors are encourages to sign up for
interviews along wit h students wit h ot her endor
Teaching Opportunities in California
The San Bernadin; City Unified Schools will
be intemewing December graduates and alumni
on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, Dec. S, !)
and 10. Loren Bargman, the deputy superintend
ent, wants to interview candidates in the follow
ing endorsement areas: elementary educaton,
elementary bilingual, math, science and special
Stop by our office in the NE Union Rm. 230 or
call 472-3145 to be placed on a schedule for any
of the above mentioned schools. Copies of your
filed will be made available to the recruiters.
Bring a copy of your resume to the interview, in
Students in the natural sciences, engineering
and agriculture who are juniors with one year or
more of college German can check out summer
traineeships available in Germany. Applications
must be completed by Dec. 8.
Several national life underwriters with offices
in Lincoln are offering internships in insurance.
One company will have its initial training pro
gram during the semester break.
A 15-hour per week internship working as an
adviser to students seeking internships in busi
ness will be available spring semester in the
Internship Office. Applicants should by CBA
students who will not be graduating before Dec.
1987. Apply by Dec. 8.
For more information contact the Internship
Cooperative Education Office, Rm. 121 Adminis
Life After Liberal Arts
A recent career survey conducted by the Uni
versity of Virginia queried more than 2,000 lib
eral arts alumni and found the results to be
encouraging. Fully one-third said their degree
gave them a leg up on others in their career area
and also gave them an overall understanding of
people, politics and society.
The Career Planning and Placement
Nebraska Union 230
1400 R St.
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