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Looking for a part time job? Mary Manor School ol
Childhood is now accepting applications at 340 Nortt
48th, Monday through Friday.
Morning teachers needed to work with our school age
program 6:30-9:30, must be available Monda)
through Friday beginning next semester. Apply in persor
by December 19. Krayon Campus Inc. 6001 Norma
National Research Corporation is accepting applica
tions for its professional interviewing staff.
ABSOLUTELY NO SELUNGH
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, ptease call us today!
NRC offerings include:
* NEW competitive hourly wage
•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.
Part Time Desk Clerks
* 6pm-7am, 1-2 nights/week.
* 1-2 weekday afternoons and weekend days
Must have math and people skills, night people will
have time to study.
Apf>ly in person at Town House Motel, 1744 M Street
66th and O
48th and O
48th and Van Dom
juu i ana rngriway <.
Now hiring part-time clerka/cashiers for various shifts.
Flexible work schedule and employee discounts. Apply
Part Time Child Care Assistant
for Spring Semester
Need enthusiastic and nuturing person to work witf
children. 7:30-9:30 AM Monday-Friday, Flexible Days.
Call Trinity Infant Child Care Center 475-9731.
Bath Aid 4-9 p.m., Monday-Friday. Contact Valerie
Hass, director of Nursing, Gramercy Hill. 483-1010/
Part-time customer service/ticket agent Greyhound
Busline, 940 P, apply in person, Computer helpful.
Part-time receptionist from the hours of 10-1. Win work
around school schedule. Apply at K&M Land Survey,
540 West Industrial Lake Drive.
Reader needed: flexible hours, call Diane early morning
or evening at 486-1452.
Parks and recreation has openings for leaders with bo
fore and after school recreation for elementary childrer
beginning January 5,1998. Before school hours 7-S
a.m., Monday-Friday. ($5.5Q/hour) After school hour:
2:30-5:45pm, Monday-Friday (55.30/hour). Apply now
at playground office. 1225 *F* Street. Second floor
Exchange 18 hours per week as front desk managei
for private living quarters. Available Dec. 1. The Rogers
House Bed & Breakfast Inn, 476-6961.
Science Camp Assistant
The Edgerton Explorit Center in Aurora is seeking en
ergetic, responsible and mature adults for the position
of part-time Camp-in assistants beginning Jan 98-May
98. Responsibilities include coordinating science ac
tivities for Camp in programs. Must be college age
and have background in science/education. Experience
working with children essential. Contact Josephine, Ed.
Director 402-694-4032. Salary includes
mileage to and from Aurora.
SPRING BREAK 38’
Free food and drinks! Cancun, Bahamas, Ja
maica and Florida from: $399. Organize a smell
group & travel FREE! Highest commissions &
lowest prices! CaH Surf & Sun Tours to become
a campus representative (800) 574-7577.
Math proficiency required, honest and integrity a must.
Part time position apply in person, 1144 Comhusker
Temporary/Full time computer operator position
available to start in January and lasts until March. Duties
wiR include monitoring mainframe and communication
equipment, tape backups, daily batch processing, and
customer service. Minimum requirements
include 1 year mainframe experience. A fuR background
investigation will be conducted on eligible applicants.
Please send resumes to: Scientific Games International,
Attention Nancy Kimmen, 4700 Bair Ave.,
Lincoln, NE 68504. Or FAX-resumes to 438-6567.
Scientific Games is an equal opportunity employer.
TO $500 TUITION ,
National Bank of Commerce is currently accepting Ap
Research Ctaffc*Accoun( Sarvftcas
For more details call the First Commerce Job Hotline
Equal Opportunity Employer
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 friendty, courteous and have PC experience
«■ with MS Office Professional. Bookkeeping experience
helpful. Apply in person to 1120/1121 Seaton
Haifby Wadneeday, December 10th.
VILLAGER MOTOR INN
Need full-time and part-time dishwashers, PM line
cooks, banquet/bei staff set up and serve. Responsible,
hard working individuals need only to apply. 5200
WANTED: Bel 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 appication. Serious applicants only.
Work With Children
*Do you think it's fun to work with chidren?
‘Do you quickly build friendly, supportive relationships
with children and parents?
‘Do you like to ptei activities?
*Are you available afternoons 3.-00-6:00?
If so, the OaMup Child Development Center has part
time positions available with infants, preschoolers, and
school age children. Substitutes needed also.
Cal our Interviewing Center today!
YMCA is looking for youth supervisors, officials, and
volunteer coacnes. Please apply at the downtown
YMCAJi the Youth Sports office, 1039 P St M-F, 8-5.
Recruit and train women and persons of color for com
munity safety careers. 20 hoursAveek position. Bache
lor^ dejpee or experience in fire fighting or law enforce
ment required. Job description available. Cover letter,
resume and YWCA application accepted until position
is filed at the YWCA, 1432 “N* Street AA/EOE
Part-time nanny needed for 3-year-old twins starting in
January Monday, Wednesday or Tuesday, Thursday,
7:15 a.m.-4pjn. or 7:15 ajn.-1 p.m. Call 421-8278.
AYtKAUt EARNINGS $10,792
Responsible, motivated UNL students needed in Lin
coln, Omaha, and surrounding areas to run your own
business with College Pro Painters. No money or expe
rience necessary for the best resume building internship
available! Call 1 -888-277-7962 today for more info.
Positions fftHoa fasti
BE INluSINESS FOR YOUR
SELF, NOT BY YOURSELF!
I " ' l
Aaahhh! Spring Break ‘98
Guaranteed Best prices to Cancun, Jamaica, Bahamas
& Florida. Group discounts & Daily Free drink parties!
sell trips, earn cash, & go free! 1-800-234-7007.
SPRING BREAK *98
Mazatlan with College Tours
Airfare, 7 nights hotel, transfers, parties
For brochure or earning FREE trip
1 -800-395-4896 (www.colfegetours.com)
LOOKING FOR A JOB IN LAW ENFORCEMENT?
CONSIDER ARMY ROTC. START YOUR CAREER AS
A POLICE LIEUTENANTRATHER THAN A PATROL OF
FICEH- CALL ARMY ROTC, 472-4269.
Absolutely NO finals may be given during Dead Week.
Finals can ONLY be moved to another time DURING
FINALS WEEK with the unanimous consent of the
class. Quizzes are acceptable. Stop by the ASUN
office, 115 Nebraska Union, with questions or com
plaints or call 472-2581. _
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WE FAY CASH FOR YOUR CDs
Used CD's, $5.99-$7.99 New CDs$12.99
Movies,T-shirts, posters,hacky sacks,
and CD towers.
DISC GO ROUND
50th and 0,486-0047
Don’t miss the ‘shaves of fashion’ fashion show. To
night, Dec. 4 at the East Campus Union Ballroom.
Show starts at 8 pm, with a dance until 1 am. $4 for
fashion show, $4 for dance. Clothing provided by Lemer
New York, Best Styles Formal Wear, The Structure,
The Buckle, Journtes Shoe Store, The Ozone, Ruby
Begonia's, Gadzooks, Vanity, and Stein Mart. Hairstyles
by College of Hair Design, and the Oasis Barber
Shop and Beauty Salon. Questions call Eddie Brown at
Earn $$ for
19-25 year eld couples will be paid!jl6 for completing
confidential surveys about romantic and sexual behav
ior. Contect Professor Raffaetii, 472-0737.
Great coupon booklets for local courses. Only $15.
CaH for detoMpOQ 488-5205.
Men’s, Women’s, and Co-Rec Bowling will take place
on Friday, December 5, Saturday, December 6, and
Sunday, December 7 at the East Campus Union Bowling
Lanes. No advance entry is required. Call 472-3467
for more information.
NEED CHRISTMAS CASH?
We’re looking for good, used band horns. Dig that old
horn out of your closet and bring it to STAR MUSIC,
5612 South 48th, 423^6633.
Society of Human Resource
Meeting Thursday, 5:30 pm, in the Union. New members
weicomel Bring a friend.
nnrtiorm for motimtnrw unci tranmami
will be held on Thursday Dec. 4th at 5:30pm at Henzlik.
Applications for these officer positions can be picked
up at Henzlik 61C and must be turned in to Henzlik
61C by December 2nd. All S.EA members are encour
aged to come and votaH!__
UNL Komensky Czech Club
The Komensky Club (students of Czech language and
Czech ancestry) and public will have a Christmas party
Thursday, December 4th 7-9pm at the UNL Student
Gulture Center, 14th & “R*. LtiAnn Anderson, recently
returned from Czech Republic, will present a'4ec
ture/workshop on Czech folk dances which wifi-toS'fol
lowed by social dancing, Christmas party and refresh
ments. Bring comfortable shoes, as you will be invited
to by a few steps.
Do you like to Polka? Come! If you don’t know how
we’U teach you!
Applications are now available for membership into the
Chancellor’s senior honorary, the Innocents Society.
Juniors are selected based on outstanding leadership,
service and academics; Pick up applications at the
Culture Center, Offices for Student Involvement on City
and East Campuses or 106 Administration. Due on
January 21 by 4 p.m.
Block and Bridle Meeting
Thursday, December 4th, East Campus Union. 7:00
pm Initates, 7:30 pm Everyone.
Officer elections and general meeting Sunday, Decem
ber 7 at 8:00pm. AH new and old members encouraged
to attend. Run for office or support the best candidates.
Old “Taco Inn* building: 13th and “R" Streets.
Habitat for Humanity
Last meeting of the semester, December 4,8pm in the
City Union. Free Food.
Officer elections will be held, come find out if you are
in good standing. A Marketing/Sales company will be
coming from Kansas City to speak. CBA117 7:00pm.
See you there!
Over 25? and an
Organizational meeting tor Non-traditional Student
Group: Meeting- Monday Dec. 8,1997- 5:15-6:15pm,
New Member Meeting: Thursday, December 4 at 5:00
and all Members at 6:00. 1245 R Street. There wiH be
a gift exchange so bring a gift and we will go caroling
with SAA and Scarlet & Cream after the meeting.
Hope to see you there!
Thanks for the great time roller skating. We’ll hang out
with you ladies anytime.
-The Men of Be n
We had a good time at the dinner exchange on Monday!
Let's do it again soon! -The women of K A 6
A belated thank you for fne dinner exchange!
The Women of KAQ
Congratulations to Ryan Buschkamp for being selected
as a 1998 Overall Rush Reviewer. WAy to go,
Congratulations to Heath Mello for his election as the
University Ambassadors Social Chair. Keep it up!
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 Interfratemity Council.
It was fun taking you ladies to eat-The Men of Ben
CHRISTMAS PARTY. Downtown Valentino’s, Thursday,
December 4th, 6:00 p.m. Bring $6.75 and white
Congratulations to Paul West on receiving the Kappa
Sigma Scholarship/Leadership Award.
-The Men of Kappa Sigma
Congratulations to the following new officers: President:
Tim Rosenberg, Vice President: Jeremy Broz,
Secretary: Brad Reynolds, House Managers: Lee II
lingsworth and Brent Martin, Social Chairs: Brian Cox
and Chris White, Risk Manager. Jake Thiesen, IFC Del
egate: Joeh Conway, J.P. Scnieber Intrasocial Chair
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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
Gold rimmed prescription glasses: Found by Admin.
Building, week of November 24th. Contact DN.
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