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UNLInloniillon Technology Import
Duties include: answering phones, nraking copies,
and registering users for computer seminan via phone
and electronic mail. Job involves extensive phone
work and public contact. Must have good oral com
munication skills and be familiar with BIGRED or
UNLGRAD1 electronic mail. Must be available during
or close to the noon hour to answer the phone. Office
experience preferred. Immediate starting date: 10
hours/week. Complete an application in room 118,
Wage/hours: $5.40/hr, 10 hours/week
Contact Sherri Mnrahni, 472-0080
Executive support person needed to help with general
office work and special projects. This individual should
be dependable, respect confidentiality and take great
pride in their work. Flexible schedule. Please send re
sume or letter of application to: Human Resources,
P.O. Box 81802, Lincoln. NE 68501.
Part time sales rep. calling sponsors for children's pro
gram. Seeking mature motivated individual with pleas
ant phone personality. 5-8:30 p.m. Monday through
Thursday. State Troopers Association of Nebraska,.
Part Time/Possibly Full Time
Alterations Position Available at J. Bragg’s. W« Train.
Contact Connie at 467-2302.
Part-time Childcare Assistant
Need enthusiastic and nurturing persons to work with
children. 7:30-9:30 AM M-F Flexible days. Cal Trinity
Infant and Childcare Center 475-9731.
CUSTOMER SERVICE REP
Part-time clerical position available to answer telephone
calls from customers and First Federal Lincoln
Bank branch offices regarding checking, savings ac
counts, and our telephone bill paying system. Position
requires a high level of interpersonal and verbal com
munication skills. Must be detailed oriented. Computer
keyboarding skills preferred.
Work schedule is: employee will work varying hours
during these hours:
4:00 pm-&OOpm F
830 am-5c00 pm SaL
Apply at our Human Resources Department through
Wednesday, January 21,1998.
First Federal Lincoln Bank
13th &N Street
An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Arrton Employer M/F
MDS Harris, an international leader in the pharmaceuti
cal testing industry, seeks skilled phlebotomists to
draw blood samples from study participants within
time constraints (one minute intervals) and to process
samples. We require 1 year previous phlebotomy expe
rience. We currently have part-time positions avalable.
Number of hours may vary based on staffing needs.
Excellent wages for skilled Phlebotomists. Please apply
Phone volunteers needed
Days and weekends. Excellent experience for human
services/psychology majors. Lincoln Personal Crisis
Service, will hold a one day volunteer training session.
Saturday January 24, 9 a.m.-4:30pm at Community
Mental Health Center near 17th and South. Register by
calling 475-5171 or 489-3275 and leave your name
Quick Connect is looking for a representative for com
puter repair work. Flexible schedule, competative
wages. Please call 434-9494.
_ SPECIALIST _
MB8;Hatris,ari' - ‘tnthe ghwmaceuti
ensure each partic meets the requirements of the
upcoming study. Phlebotomy experience required.
Education in a health-related field preferred. Must be
available to work early morning hours. Number of hours
will vary based on staffing needs. We offer a competitive
hourly rate. If interested, please apply afc
Human Resources - J-SCS
821 Rose Street
Lincoln, NE 88502
Information services. Computing » sashing a student
to assist with offict functions, enter data into
database, prepare reports, cotect data, photocopy
materials, and fie documents. Must be able to work
independently, have keytoording skills, previous ac
counting experience or successful completion of ac
counting cxxxses. Experience with microcomputers as
waS as EXCEL and Windows software a plus. Apply at
450 Love Library, 8 a.m. - noon and 1 p.m. - 5 p.m.,
Monday through Friday. Appicabons w* be accepted
until a suitable candMate is identified.
Nebraska Union now hiring part time custodians for
second semester. Evening and Weekend hours
avatebie. $5J50 per hour. Apply to B> Behmer, Nebraska
Union Main Office, Room 220.
Nowhiregday and night shifts, 10-3and 5-12. Apply
TASTE OF INDIA
Now hiring waitery and kitchen positions. Apply in
person or caS 475-1642. 1320 -Q- Street
Telemarketer/ Office Assistant wanted. Experience
preferred, flexible hours, and internship available.
465-5888 ask for Greg or Scott S.
Data Entry Operators
The Nebraska Department of Revenue has temporary
data entry operator positions avaiabie for the 1998 tax
season. Input primarily numeric information from tax re
turns. AbiRy to operate a 10-key enby pad to accurately
enter data, 5400 keystrokes/hour wim/80% accuracy or
better. Previous experience in data entry preferred. Full
time day and part-time evening positions
avyiabte- REQUIRES COMPLETION OF NUMERIC DA
TA ENTRY TEST and COMPLETION OF SUPPLEMEN
Must complete a stale appfecabon, questionnaire, and
Numeric Data Entry Test on or before 1/30/98. Apply:
P-O. Box 94905, 301 Centennial Mai South, Lincoln.
NE 68509-4905 OR your local Job Service.
NE STATE PERSONNEL
Special accommodations under ADA and/or to apply,
(TDD cate only): 402-471-4693
I The Oowneown YMCA is htrtng a Part-Time Poei-1
tionwahteuMe hours for a program assistant I
Must hue acme computer knowledge. Apply at!
1039 P Street or cal 434-9230. I
I The Downtown YMCA is Wring Aerobic tnsbu^l
tors. Please apply at 1039 P Street or call I
The IANR Djetitmted Envwonments for Active Learning
(DEAL) Lab , is seeking student World Wide Wbb appli
cation developers—spedficaNy in the area of audio and
video distribution via Real Media applications. The
Successful appbcanta w» have programming experi
and/or Java. HTML coding knowledge is required, as
wei as experience with Ogtal audn/video eating. De
velopers must be able to work productively in a team
setting. Competitive wages. To apply or fa more infa
mation contact Mark HenOicks at 472-4280.
TO $600 TUITION
N+ttoiuU Bank c* Cowneroe
a tffasr Cof,atescf .w>
National Bank of Commerce is cunently accepting Ap
For more details call the First Commerce Job Hotline
__Equal Opportunity Employer
Hewitt Academic Center fa student athletes is currently
seeking tutors for the following subject areas.
Accounting, astronomy, communications 300-400,
finance, geography management, marketing, and sta^
babes. It interested apply in person el 300 W. Stadium
or contact Kim at 472-0513 or Leake at 472-4620.
Wanted for video production work 16 to 20
hours/week. Duties include office and video and pro
duction work. Perfect Iwnds-on technical experience
fa broadcasting or journalism majors. Apply 9am to
6pm Monday through Friday. 9am to 1pm on Saturday,
at ShramekTs Video Production. 2711 OSt, Lincoln NE
THIS YEAR A
LOT OF COLLEGE
Under the Army’s Loan
Repayment program, you
could get out from under
with a three-year enlistment
Each year you serve on
active duty reduces your
indebtedness by one-third
or $1,500, whichever
amount is greater, up to a
$65,000 limit The offer
applies to Perkins Loans,
Stafford Loans, and cer
tain other federally
insured loans, which are
not in default And debt
relief is just one of the
many benefits you’ll earn
from the Army. Ask your
VUrtsd ptawfit and professional rocopttonist to work
20-30 houra/week. Please send resume or stop in to
The Ambassador Lincoln
4406 Normal Btvd.
Lincoln NE 88606
Attn. Mark Andrews
MDS Harris has an opening for a weekend custodian.
Hours are 8am - 4:30pm, Saturday and Sunday. Duties
include floor care and restroom cleaning. Competitive
wages. Please apply at:
621 Rosa Street
Lincoln, NE 68502
Wendys 14th & “Q”
Now hiring. Quality minded people for lunch and eve
ning shifts. Flexible hours, vacation, and meal dis
counts. Apply in person.
Energegtic nanny needed fo^H^^ea^lds^our^
Tuesday & Thursday 8am-6pm. Must have own trans
portation, experience, and best if available this summer.
Home in So. Lincoln looking for in-home daycare for in
fant and toddler. Send resumes to: 7233 Canyon Rd.
Lincoln. Ne 68516.
In home child care for one-year old girl. 15 to 25 flexible
hours, $5 to $7 per hour. Call 423-5345.
Overnight child care provider needed in my home two
nights per week, must have own transportation.
Part-Time Nanny needed for 2 adorable girls to come
to my south Lincoln home. Flexible times, but generally
some afternoons and some weekend nights. Looking for
a reliable, outgoing, nurturing undergrad interested in
forming a relationship with the girls during college years.
Own reliable transportation and excellent
driving record a must. Interest in child development
preferred. Call Julie at 484-7997.
Dependable individuals to assist in maintenance of
crickets and behavioral experiments. Work study and
non work study positions. 230 Matter, 472-0742.
The State Museum at Morrill Had is seeking Encounter
Center Supervisors. Must be willing to work with chil
dren; assist with animal care; be friendly and able to
interact with the public. Available mornings, Tues
day-Friday 9:30-1:00, and weekend hours. $5.50 per
hour. CaB 472-6647. WORK STUDY ONLY.
Camp—Cooking qualified counselors to work with boys
and giris ages 7-17. Employment terms for aH or part
of the summer. If remotely interested, come to our
Nebraska informational video presentation Monday,
Jenuery 19, &30 p.m. Nebraska Union (See daily
Bating far room aselgnment). Located in Mount Ida,
AR (870) 867-4131. Visit our website at
COLORADO SUMMER JOBS: RAFTING! RAPPEL
LING! In the Rockies near Vail, ANDERSON CAMPS
seeks caring, enthusiastic, dedicated patient individuals
who enjoy working with children in an outdoor setting.
Counselors, Cooks. Wranglers, Maintenance and
Nurses. Interviews on January 26th. Stop by Career
Planning and Placement Office to get an application
and sign up for an interview. Questions? Call us at
Summer Counselors, great staff—great facilities—great
experience. N.Y.S. Co-Ed resident camp, Catskill
Mountains, 2 hours NYC and Albany. Athletics: Baseball,
Basketball, Tennis, Roller Hockey, Swimming,
Waterskiing, Woodworking, Photowaphy, Horseback
Riding, Ceramics, Ropes/WaH. KENNYBROOK, 19
Southway, Hartsdale. NY 10530, (914) 693-3037, FAX
(914) 693-7678, 1-800-58-CAMP2, E-Mail:
Summer job? Horse Internship? Spend this summer
on a horse in the Colorado Rockies. R/B, salary, tips.
Top rated ranch. Work with the largest saddle horse
string in the world. In operation for three generations.
Reply to Sombrero Ranch, 3300 Airpdrt Rd., Boulder,
CO 80301-5400, or -infoDsomtxero.com.” On campus
interviews March 2. E-mail us or call
303-442-0258 to schedule.
AVERAGE 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.
PBEINT3iSlNESS FOR YOUR
SELF, NOT BY YOURSELF!
GET PAID FOR
• 15 Feb. 10penings
•3:30-7:30 pm M-F
•Variety of Jobs
• $100 Bonus after 6 mos.
• Great Part-Time Job
Apply in Person:
837 S. 27th St.
For above positions. Must
be organized, reliable, and
conscientious. Apply in
4 ^^^^^rson^^i^^^j _
UNUs Student Employment &
345 NE Union-472-1452
Your Internship Headquarters!
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mu nows, lowssi mess, mi opwig bimk
locations. Florida, Cancun, etc. from $89, register your
group or be our Campus Rep. Inter-campus programs,
Spring Break *08 Get Going!!!
Cancun, Jamaica, Bahamas, & Florida. Group dis
counts & Free Drink Parties! Sell 5 & go free! Book
now!!! Visa/MC/Disc/Amex 1 -800-234-7007.
Classes Forming Now
Call 472-7478 for more information. Classes start
February 2nd. Sponsored by the University Health
MORTAR BOARD NOTABLES
Mortar Board is a National Senior Honor Society that
recognizes college seniors for distinguished ability and
achievement in exceptional scholarship, leadership,
and service. AM JUNIORS with a 3.3 GRA, or higher, are
eligible to seek membership in the Black Masque
Chapter here at UNL.
Mortar Board also recognizes outstanding freshmen,
sophomores, and seniors that demonstrate our high
standards. These exceptional students are identified as
Mortar Board Notables
Information sheets are available December 8th, at the
Office for Student Involvement (200 City Union & 300
East Union), the Culture Center (333 N 14th), the Honors
Lounge (118 Neihardt), the ASUN Office, and Vice
Chancellor Griesen’s Office (106 Administration).
Completed information sheets are due Friday, January
16th, at 5:00pm in the Office for Student Judicial Affairs
Fast and legal credit repair is now available, 100%
guaranteed. For info send large SASE + $1 postage
and handling to Credit Service at 5288 Pewa Court,
KeHsyville. CA 95451 _
To learn more, plan to attend one of the following in
formation sessions Wednesday, January 21,4 p.m. at
the Culture Center or 7 p.m. at the Abel Ballroom; oi
Thursday, January 22,7 p.m. at the Wick Alumni Center
CaH Kelly (476-7093). Michelle (476-6087) or Shelley
(472-4222) with questions. Check out our website
Nebraska Water Polo Club is looking for new members
Meetings: Sundays and Mondays 7-8:30, Mable
Lee Hall. For more information, call Tim Danie
Tickets, accidents for auto
Insurance, reasonable rales. (XBoto Bryant 488-8997
UNL Fencing Club
Have you aeon the Princess Bride and thought fendnc
would be cool? Informational meeting 7pm January 2t
at 313 Mabte Lee Hall. For more information, call Net
Help with office research and get involved. The Womens
$5 off Fitness & Nutrition Program in January 1998
Call Ashley at Campus Recreation 472-3467.
Wilderness Presents the Back to School Jam: Tuesday
January 20th at Temptations. $2.00 before 11
$4.00 after 11. 21+.
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.
Sunday January 18,1998,7:00pm-aty Union,
Centennal Room, Hebrews 12:1-3
Co-Sponsored by. Campus Crusade for Christ;
Christian Challenge; Christian Student
Fellowship; Fellowship of Christian Athletes; First
Free Ministries; Navigators
Habitat For Humanity
S p.m., Tuesday, January 20. General Meeting. Room
to be announced.
Student Education Association
Meeting on Tuesday, January 20 at 5:30 p.m. in Mabel
Lee 262. Maggie Sievera, elementary education coor
dinator for UNL, wi> be speeding about how to develop
professional portfolioe. _
(TO KNOW CHRIST AND TO MAKE HIM KNOWN)
Large group meeting. 7pm Friday January 16th, Culture
Congratulations to Kristen McGowan and the Nebraska
YeN Squad for their 5th place finish at VCA Nationals! GO
BIG RED!! -Love, your Alpha Phi sisters
We had a blast celebratingthe engagement with you
on Monday! -Kappa Alpha theta
Congratulations to Brian Blefson on the death of your
Ladies, he is back on the market!!
__ Your Tnanote brothers
Congratulations to the following deltas - Stacie
Ahrendt was accepted to the Medical Technology pro
gram at UNMC. Stacy Domnanish was elected re
cording secretary of the Institute of Managerial Ac
countants. Congratulations to Amy Buntgen on her
engagement ana to Becky Stone for receiving a Dow
50th annual BELATED RECREATED today. Busses
start leaving at 8 pm__
Congratulations to Laurie Jacobs and Kevin Sagehom
(A r £) on their engagement! We wish you both the
-Kappa Alpha Theta
Congratulations to Kathi Chaillie on taking NSE! We are
so proud of you! -Your Theta sisters Jp
Donate Plasma at NABI:
' -W- 'f.-h"-: -vj£!v-•* • r-' ■ . "Cy
•Are you a new plasma donor?
•Has it been 6 months since your last donation?
•If so, you can earn $70 CASH in 2 donation!
For an appointment call 474-2335
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