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Morning teachers needed to work with our school age
program 6:30-9:30, must be available Monday
through Friday beginning next semester. Apply in person
b^ December 19. Krayon Campus Inc. 6001 Normal
National Research Corporation is accepting applica
tions for its professional interviewing staff.
ABSOLUTELY NO SELLING!’
Day and evening/weekend positions available. If you
are interested in joining a growing organization and an
industry leader in providing the most actionable,
up-to-date market information to health care organiza
tions, please call us today!
NRC offerings include:
* NEW competitive hourly wage
‘Stock option program
‘Convenient downtown location
‘Casual/smoke free work environment
For more information or to schedule an interview,
please call our Data Collection job line at 475-4520.
Night clerk part time
6pm-7am, 1-Znights/week. Must have math and people
skills, night people will have time to study.
Apply in person at Town House Motel, 1744 M Street.
No nights, no weekends
Would you likero be part of a strong inside sales
team? Our sales peojile tell us, ‘Best part time job you
could have while in school.’ We need enthusiastic indi
viduals. Must be able to work a minimum of 18 hours
weekly. Scheduled between 8 and 5, M-F. Call Julie at
475-4002, extension 3341. EOE.
66th and O
48th and O
48th and Van Dom
56th and Highway 2
Now hiring part-time clerks/cashiers for various shifts.
Flexible work schedule and employee discounts. Apply
Part time sales rep. 5 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Mon - Thurs.
Need mature, hard working individual with pleasant
phone personality. 489-5779.
Part-time customer service/ticket agent Greyhound
Busline, 940 P, apply in person. Computer helpful.
A HOLIDAY OPPORTUNITY!!!
$100 hiring bonus
(just in time for Christmas)
• $10+/hr potential,
• Flexible hours to fit your
• Fun, relaxed atmosphere
• Rich bonuses
• No experience
1033 ‘O' STREET, SUITE 304
FORMERLY KNOWN AS INTERACTIVE MARKETINO SERVICES. EOC
An immediate opening in our ware
house department for a highly motivated, enthusi
Must be dependable and a fast learner.
WORK HOURS: M-F
For Consideration, please apply in person,
8AM-4:30PM until closing date at
1901 Windhoek Dr.
Closing Date: 11/21/97
Equal Opportunity Employer
PERFECT FOR EDUCATION
Part time job openings in grade school aged child
care. Monday through Friday; Belmont Community
Center, 3335 North 12th, 477-8854.
Reader needed: flexible hours, call Diane early morning
or evening at 486-1452.
Exchange 18 hours per week as front desk manager
for private living quarters. Available Dec. 1. The Rogers
House Bed & Breakfast Inn, 476-6961.
Temporary/Full time computer operator position
available to start in January and lasts until March. Duties
will include monitoring mainframe and communication
equipment, tape backups, daily batch processing, and
customer service. Minimum requirements
include 1 year mainframe experience. A full background
investigation will be conducted on eligible applicants.
Please send resumes to: Scientific Games International,
Attention Nancy Kirtimen, 4700 Bair Ave.,
Lincoln, NE 68504. Or FAX resumes to 438-6567.
Scientific Games is an equal opportunity employer.
TO $500 TUITION
.VadansiStgh of Commerce
a fFirst Commbkz
National Bank of Commerce is currently accepting Ap
Research Clerk-Account Services
For more details call the First Commerce Job Hotline
Equal Opportunity Employer
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UNL Family Housing is seeking a student office assistant
to work 20 hours per week during the academic
year and full time during the summer. This person
needs to be friendly, courteous and have PC experience
with MS Office Professional. Bookkeeping experience
helpful. Apply in person to 1120/1121 Seaton
Hall by Wednesday, December 10th.
WANTED: Bell ringers for seasonal, outdoor positions.
Job starts Friday, November 28th and ends Christmas
Eve. Apply in person at 2625 Potter Street during office
hours. 8:00-4:30, Monday-Friday. Hiring is done
upon application. Serious applicants only.
Work With Children
'Do you think it’s fun to work with children?
'Do you quickly build friendly, supportive relationships
with children and parents?
'Do you like to plan activities?
'Are you available afternoons 3:00-6:00?
If so, the Gallup Child Development Center has part
time positions available with infants, preschoolers, and
school age children. Substitutes needed also.
Call our Interviewing Center todayl
YMCA is looking for youth supervisors, officials, and
volunteer coaches. Please apply at the downtown
YMCA in the Youth Sports office, 1039 P St. M-F, 8-5.
Do you enjoy kids? Tired of paying room and board?
We’re looking for a live-in student to exchange 14
hours/week providing child care and cleaning in return
for free room and board. Private quarters in large
southeast Lincoln home. Flexible hours. Experience
with children preferred. References and a dependalbe
car necessary. Need second semeester. Call Penny or
leave message at 423-1310.
Paid Internships available immediately. Must have
Sophomore or Junior standing with Macintosh
Desktop Publishing experience. Responsibilities include
writing articles ^nd editing articles for news
briefs. Call between 8 and 4:30pm and ask for Karl.
Aaahhh! Spring Break ‘98
Guaranteed Best prices to Cancun, Jamaica, Bahamas
& Florida. Group discounts & Daily Free drink parties!
sell trips, earn cash, & go freel 1-800-234-7007.
SPRING BREAK’S HOTTEST!
Ask for $200 per room discount! Offer 23
LOOKING FOR A JOB IN LAW ENFORCEMENT?
CONSIDER ARMY ROTC. START YOUR CAREER AS
A POLICE LIEUTENANT RATHER THAN A PATROL
OFFICER. CALL ARMY ROTC, 472-4269.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Interested in helping ASUN-Student Government help
plan activities for Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day???
Come to the Culture Center, December 2nd, 7:30pm,
to help the planning'committee come up with ideas to
celebrate King's work.
Questions??? Call the ASUN Office at 472-2581.
Earn $$ for
19-25 year old couples will be paid $16 for completing
confidential surveys about romantic and sexual behav
ior. Contact Professor Raffaelli, 472-0737.
Free 20 oz. Pepsi just for filling out a short survey!
First year commuter students come to the City Union
December 3rd or 4th from 11am to 1pm.
NEED CHRISTMAS CASH?
We’re looking for good, used band horns. Dig that old
hom out of your closet and bring it to STAR MUSIC,
5612 South 48th, 423-6633.
Biology Club Meeting
Tuesday December 2nd. 6pm in 118 Manter Hall.
Everyone is welcome!
Campus Red Cross
Meeting Wednesday, December 3rd at 5pm in the
basement of the Health Center. All are invited to attend.
Please bring money for T-shirts if interested.
Meets tonight, 207 Oldfather Hall, 6:30 p.m. EVERYONE
Meeting tonight at 7 p.m. in the Union, room to be
posted. Officer elections.
The next meeting is Tuesday December 2and, 7:30 pm
at 1245 “R” street. Husband and wife, Dr. and Dr.
Moore, will be speaking on psychiatry and internal
medicine. Everyone is welcome to attend.
Pro Dental Club
Meeting Wed. Dec 3rd 7pm at the Dental College.
There will be a student panel to answer questions.
There will be a meeting Wednesday, November 3, at
7pm at the Dental College. There will be a student panel
to answer questions about dental school.
Meeting on Tuesday, 6pm at 1245 R Street. Elections
will be held.
Congratulations to Jed Christensen for his selection as
the 1998 Greek Week Chair.
Congratulations to the 1997-98 Executive Officers of
Alpha Gamma Sigma: gr
President: Drew Glasshoff , " ',£4'~
Vice President: Jason Hirschfetd
Secretary: Wade Johannes
Treasurer Jason Hupf
Fraternity Educator Chris Manske
Rush Chairs: Todd Franzen & Andy Schuerman
House Manager Brent Pohknann
Scholarship: Dusty Clevenger
Social Chair Kenton Schegg
Alumni Relations Chair Jed Christensen
IFC Representative: Brian Wieman
Congrats and Good Luck from your Brothers!
Congratulations to Kevin Sagehom for his election to
the IFC Vice President position. You da man, ‘Horn!
IFC Public Relations Chairman and IFC Overall Rush
Chairman Applications are available in the Greek Affairs
office in the Union. They are due on Friday, December 5
at 5:00pm. These positions are a great way
to get involved with the Interfraternitv Council.
Beta Theta Pi = Grand Prize
Sigma Nu = 'Step by Step’ Entertainment Value
Ag Men = Vocal Quality
Sigma Nu = ‘Whip It1 Costuming
Theta Chi = Creativity/Originality
Thanks to the ladies of Phi Mu for coming to dinner
last Monday. It was a delightful time.
_ -The Men of Alpha Gamma Rho
Greek - Men’s Bible Study
Tuesday, 9:00 p.m., City Union.
Room Posted Under Delta Tau Delta.
CHRISTMAS PARTY Downtown Valentino's, Thursday,
December 4th, 6:00 p.m. Bring $6.75 and white
Sarcasm - Where does God fit? Wednesday, December
3rd, 9:30. Place to be announced.
Congratulations to our outstanding new Exec. Officers:
President: Liza Miller
V.P. Moral: Erica Ballew
V.P. Mental: Sommer Sjulin
V.P. Social: Jenny Sorenson
Rush: Katie Viana
Membership: Jane Selzer
Risk Management: Steph Asheim
Secretary: Jen Dunbar
Philanthropy: Beth Pautsch
PanheHenic: Caprice Lumphry
House Manager: Sonja Reed
Social: Amy Horrum
Treasurer Heather Konechne
Way to Go Guys!
-Love Your Beta Phi Sisters
Congratulations to our newly elected executives:
VP of Programming: MattEpp
VP of Finance: Allen Klingsick
VP of Recruitment: Bill Schellpeper
VP of Membership Development: Andy Wane
Chaplain: Steve Allen
Congratulations to out newly elected Cabinet:
Rush Chairman - Jeff Whitney and Matt McCylmont
Social Chairman - Ed Ring and Jim Reed
Intramural Chairman - Matt Eichmann and Kurt
Public Relations - Adam Eakes
IFC Delegate - Andrew Faltin
Secretary - Grant Jones
Balanced Mao Scholarship - Adam Klinker
Congratulations to Piglett and Karrie on your recent en
Congratulations to Scott Stanko and Scott Lacey on
being All University Pitch Champions.
. -Your Brothers
We would like to congratulate Adam Klinker, Adam
Eakes, and Josh Thelen on being selected to Student
Sexual Orientation Subcommittee
Senate- Law College
Senate- Dental College
Senate- Div. of Continuing Studies
Deadline for all positions
Tuesday- Dec. 9
Applications available at
115 Nebraska Union
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to claim. Call 472-3611, ask for Art.
FOUND: a pair of pliers with leather belt case near
parking lot by Forestry Building on East Campus. Call
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