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COMPANY LUNCH ROOM
Need a few hours work each week? Want to earn
some spending money? We need someone to help in
the lunch room from 10:30 am to 2:30 pm. Mon
day-Friday. No experience needed. No cooking. Apply
in person to Nebraska Farm Bureau, 5225 South
16th Street, Lincoln.
Front Desk Assistant
The College of Business Administration is currently
seeking a student to work 15-20 hours per week as a
front desk assistant in the Advising Office. If you are...
Friendly and courteous
Good team player
A great problem-solver
...and love a fast-paced, positive work environment,
please consider applying for this position. You must
have great computer skills (preferably Microsoft Word,
Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Access). (Responsibilities
will include answering phones, greeting people,
photocopying, assigning paperwork, assisting with
survey tracking, and other miscellaneous duties. Pref
erence will be given to applicants able to give a
one-year commitment (including summer). Questions?
Please call Kim or Christy at 472-2310. Applications
are available in CBA 138 and due no later than Friday,
Horseback Riding Staff Needed
Summer Camp positions are available
Live and work in the mountains S.W. of Denver
with girls ages 9-17. Teach them the basics of
horseback nding and supervise trail rides. Must
be able to saddle, bridle, ride well and work with
Call (303) 778-8774, ext. 247 for an application
and a job description.
Join a growing ENR top 500 consulting engineer
ing/planning firm located in downtown Lincoln NE.
Responsible for developing up-front plans for com
mercial, industrial, residential, and recreational devel
opments. Graphics capabilities helpful. Paid holidays,
flexible hours, professional career-oriented environ
ment, advancement potential. Please send resume and
cover letter to Olsson Associates, 1111 Lincoln Mall,
Lincoln. NE 68508, EOE.
Kitchen Positions open at Lazio's. We offer Jobs with
pride and have a reputation as one of the most suc
cessful restaurants in town. At Lazio's you will receive:
- competitive pay
~ vacation benefits
- Employee meal discounts
- great company parties and a
brewery dose bv!
Apply in person Mon., Tues., or Tnurs., 2:00 - 4:00 pm
710 “P” Street
Laundry Land at 56th and Holdredge is hiring for the
7:30 am to 2 pm shift, 3-4 days per week. $6^6.50 per
hour, apply within.
Lawn irrigation supervisor needed for instillation and
service of underground sprinkler systems. Training
available. Cally Terry at Lawnscape, 432-0856.
LIKE TO TALK?
GET PAID FOR TALKING!
EAI Marketing Services is now
hiring for Full & Part-time Day/Evening
*$200 Hiring Bonus!
•Earn $8.00/hr guaranteed!
'Earn up to $12/hr w/bonuses!
*No experience necessary!
$1600 tuition assistance
$900 STUDENT INCENTIVE
$250 HIRING BONUS
SMOKE FREE ENWRONMENT
CASUAL, CLEAN A FRIENDLY
CALL OURJOB HOTLINE
Mature, responsible adult wanted for part-time con
venience store work. Must be available evenings and
weekends, schedule can be arranged around class
schedule. Above average pay. Apply at 3305 O Street
or 4800 O Street.
Needed beginning March 12th, before school
childcare in my home, 3 children. 464-8174 ask for
Now hiring PM shift, all positions. Village Inn, 5001 Van
Dorn. Apply within, flexible scheduling.
Part-Time and Full-Time Service Station Attendant.
Must be 19. Apply at Mike's 66,8201 North 56th.
Part-time friendly, energetic servers for all shifts. Apply
at the N Zone, 728 Q Street.
Maintenance Data Entry ,
Lincoln Plating Company, one of Lincoln’s premier or
ganizations, is seeking a person to work approximately |
20 to 25 hours per week performing various data entry
duties of preventative maintenance information.
The qualified candidates must be computer literate in
Windows 95 operating systems. Exposure to
Microsoft Access is a plus, but not required. Must be
detail oriented and have experience working with
spreadsheets and developing charts/graphs,
mis is an excellent opportunity for someone interested
in production operations or engineering. We offer a
competitive starting wage and a tuition reimbursement
program which pays $1.00 for every hour worked.
Qualified candidates should apply in person between
the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. at
Lincoln Plating Company
600 West FStreet
Lincoln, Nebraska 68522
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 ex
perience. We currently have part-time positions
available. Number of hours may vary based on staffing
needs. Early morning availability required. Excellent
wages for skilled Phleb a apply at:
821 Rose Street
Lincoln, NE 88802
Join the creative and talented production team
at Lincoln CableVision. Write, shoot and edit
television commercials and promotional spots
as a full-time production specialist. Position
offers the opportunity to train on state of the art
equipment, a creative working environment, an
excellent benefits package and free cable if you
live in the service area. QuaKfied candidates will
have a BA in Advertising Journalism, excellent
written and verbal communication skills and a
professional attitude. Writing samples and demo
taperequired. Avid experience a plus.
Send resumes and required material to:
5400 S 16th Si.
Lincoln. NE 88512
No phone cafls accepted.
CAMMon to an Eouai OooortiaVtv
Residential Cleaning; flexible with school schedule;
Monday - Friday, start $5.25; 432-5573
Small in-home licensed daycare, $85/week.
7am-5:30pm, Monday-Friday. Close to University. Call
Bonnie at 477-1660.
Must have your own 35mm SLR camera, flash, de
pendable transportation and willingness to travel. Pho
tograph and help people, have fun at Friday and Satur
day night events. If you like parties, action, people and
photography then put your camera to work, earn your
self some money and have fun doing it. Call; The Picture
Man 467-2577 M-F 1-6 for more information.
Students- Will these hours work with vour class sched
ule? Monday-Friday, 2:30 to 6:30 and Saturdays
8-4p.m. We have a store clerk position available at our
North 14th and Superior Street or North 48th and
Baldwin Location. If interested, please apply Wednes
day-Friday, 2-5p.m. at
2541 N. 48th
Now Hiring Full and Part-Time Positions. Inquire at
6450 0 Street or call 464-0646.
The Nebraska Club, Lincoln's finest private dining dub
is now hiring FT/PT day wait staff and FT/PT evening
lounge staff. The ideal candidate will possess a strong
desire to work and a commitment to their job. In return,
you will receive above average wage, uniforms,
meals, paid vacation and a great working environment.
Please apply in person 233 S. 13th Street, 20th Floor
of the Fxst Bank Building. No phone calls please.
TO $500 TUITION
a 4t'*si Cauuaa m
National Bank of Commerce is currently accepting Ap
For more details call the First Commerce Job Hotline
Equal Opportunity Emptover
Waiters/Waitresses wanted at steakhouse and lounge.
402-796-9921 or 796-2212.__
Want good food, money, and easy work? Have I got a
job for voui Cat Helen. Pi Beta Phr Sorority, 436-6189.
Wanted: basketball score keepers for the YMCA MIT
tournament on March 14th and 15th. Apply at the
downtown YMCA Youth Sports office Monday-Friday
8-5. Apply by February 27th. _
To practice against Husker Women's Basketball Team.
2-3p.m., 2-4 times/week. Call Coach Walz at
YWCA needs child care assistants two locations call
1998 SUMMER CAMP JOBS IN
Damp Buckskin has positions available to work with
fouth who have academic and social skill difficulties
ADHD, ADD, LD). Salary, room & board + travel stipend,
’ossibly earn school credits. Camp is located
xi a lake near Ely & BWCAW. Contact: Tim Edmonds
COME TO NEW HAMPSHIRE FOR THE SUMMER!
OUTSTANDING BROTHER/SISTER SPORTS CAMPS
ON LARGEST NEW ENGLAND LAKE SEEK SKILLED
COUNSELORS FOR LAND, WATER SPORTS, ARTS.
ROOM, BOARD & TRANSPORTATION RAID. INTER
VIEWS AVAILABLE. COME SEE US AT CAMP DAY
ROBINDEL (GIRLS): 888-860-1186
W1NAUKEE (BOYS): 800-791-2018
i store for you! work at Camp Easter Seal in
1 sbraska with people with disabilities. Hiring
positions. Salary, room and board provided. Caili
SUMMER CAMP COUNSELORS
NEEDED FOR PHDMP1C CAMPS IN
positions for talented, energetic, and fun loving students
as counselors in all team sports including Roller
Hockey, all individual sports such as Tennis & Golf,
Waterfront and Pool activities, and specialty activities
ndudkig art, dance, theatre, gymnastics, newspaper &
■adio. TOP SALARIES, room, board; and travel. June
20th-August 19th. Enjoy a great summer that promises
to be unforgettable. MAH-KEE-NAC(Boys):
1-800-753-9118, DANBEEfQirts): 1-800-392-3752.
SUMMER EMPLOYMENT (June thru August) at Camp
Lake Hubert in Minnesota’s Lake country since 1909.
Meet new friends, expand horizons, rewarding work
with children, develop leadership skills, 30 water/land
activities. Specific job information, internships and ap
plications available at Student Employment and Intern
Office, 345 Nebraska Union. Sign up in advance for a
personal interview on campus Tuesday, February 10th.
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
ience necessary for the best resume building internship
available! Call 1-888-277-7962 today for more info.
Positions filling fast!
BE IN BUSINESS FOR YOUR
SELF, NOT BY YOURSELF!
Summer pool positions for Head Guards, Lifeguards
and Cashiers. Pay ranges of $5.30-7.30/hour. Call Lin
coln Parks and Recreation at 441 -7892.
Work With Kids
Lincoln Park and Recreation summer playground leader
positions ($5.40/hr) June 8-July 31. M-F 9.15a.m. to
12.15p.m. Conduct outdoor activities for grade school
children. Apply now at Park and Recreation office
2740, A st. 441-7952. EOE/AA.
Provide child care to refugee children $6.00/hour, 2
hours/week, Wednesday morning only. Lincoln Literacy
"•Spring Break '98 Get Going!! Cancun, Jamaica,
Bahamas, and Florida. Group Discounts & Free Drink
Parties! Sell 5 & go free! Book Now!!!
"•Spring Break Trip *98 Get Going!!! PanamaCity
beachfront hotels from $1291 7 nights beachfront, Daily
free drink parties, and Free cover at best bars!
F?st 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,
KeHeyvilte, CA 95451 _
Psi Chi is having a bake sale in the Union! Monday,
February 9th-Thursday 12th! Come get some
DISC GO ROUND
WE RAY 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
Eating Disorders Education
For students, family, or friends concerned about medi
cal, nutritional, exercise and psychological aspects of
eating disorders. Tuesday March 10-April 14,
3:30-4:45. Register at University Health Center Busi
Students $25Nonstudents $50
Phi Beta Chi sorority is currently accepting new mem
bers. if interested, please contact Keeiy at 438-2136
(until 3 pm) or 785-3515 (after 3 pm).
Nebraska Union Board
This board assumes the role of advocate for the various
segments of the University community to the Director of
the Nebraska Unions and the vice. Chan, for
Student Affairs. Deadline Friday, February 13, 4p.m.
Applications available at 115 Nebr. Union.
Photographs by Sarah Detweiler ana Rebecca Sittler
will be on display in the UNL Women's Center, 340 Ne
braska Union, February 9th through 13th. Gallery
Opening is February 8th, 7:00-9:00 pm.
Applications for the 199aWomen As Student Leaders
Award are available in the Student Involvement Office
(200 Nebraska Union, 300 East Union) and Women's
Center. They are due February 16th. Questions, call
Moly at 472-8143. _
You can’t afford to miss the opportunities offered by
UNL’s CBA Exchange Program in Japen this faM. You
will live in the worlds largest city; create an impressive
international resume; make lifelong friends from
Japan, Ireland, England, Australia, and around the
United States; ana have the opportunity to travel to
Mt. Fuji, Hiroshima, Kyoto and even Korea, Hong
Kong, and Hawaii! Find out more about the exciting
semester diet awaits you in Japan at one of the following
informational sessions in CBA 138:
Monday. February 9 at 2:30-3:30 p.m.
Tuesday, February 10 at 9:00-11:00 am.
Wednesday, February 11 at 2:30-3:30 p.m.
Thursday, February 12 at 9:00-11 .-00 am.
Or contact D'vee Buss, Frank Greene or Joe Frey at:
472-6805; CBA 138 or jfreyOcbamail.unl.edu
The Mid-America Disc Jockey
February 19th, 1998. Temptations Dance Club. Send
Video Now to Qualify. AH styles welcome. House,
Hip-Hop, Techno, etc.. Dial 479-2650, leave message.
Want to buy: Tommy’s, Lucky's and Wide Legs. The
Jean Outlet, 3241 South 13th. 420-5151_
Denny Hartford from Vital Signs Ministry is speaking
on abortion. Sunday, February 8 at 7:00 pm in the Union
Come join us Wednesday the 11th at 7:30 p.m. in the
Union. This is a general meeting! Seniors order pins
and cords for graduation._
(TO KNOW CHRIST AND TO MAKE HIM KNOWN)
Discipleship Training. 7pm Friday February 6th, 4505
The Publications Board will meet at 3:30 p.m. in the
Nebraska Union to hire the editor and discuss Daily
Nebraskan policies. All are welcome to attend
Our next meeting will be held Monday February 9th,at
9pm in Manter Hall. Everyone must attend. We will be
discussing new member selection.
UNL Pre-Vet Club
The UNL Pre-Veterinary Club.will be holding the
monthly meeting Tuesday, February 10 at 7:00pm in
the East Campus Union, room will be posted.
The Original Crush. Saturday Night at O’Mally's. 9 pm
to 1 am.
Someone's got a Crush on You.
Skating was a blast. Can we do it again soon Bob?
-The figure skaters of A £ A
Congratulations to the newly elected 1998 Minor Exec
utive Officers: Public Relations-Craig George, Assistant
Treasurer- Doug Glasshoff, Historian- Eric Shilling,
Athletic Chairman- Clint Hoffman, Chorister- Tom
Mueller, Chaplain- Marshall Poehler, Health Aid- Josh
Hingst, Technology Chair- Lex Larson. Way to go
Congratulations to our 4.0’s last semester- April
Bauhard, Liz Cole, Andee Cummins, Angie Cun
ningham, Sarah Farrell, Katherine Gragg, Katie Hanson,
Kerry Keunning, Kristy Lankford, Kendra
Leubbers, Kim Mitchell, Annie Pearson, Jennifer
Wagener, Carthey Wickham.
Also, Congratulations to our 40 3.5 or above GRAfe for
last semester. Wavtogogirtel
Congratulations to Angie Godberaen and Erin Hamilton
on being aetoctod for tne Oxford Program.
Friday. February 6th
Buses start laaMnnfromB Gnat 8:30.
SAC Museum is seeking friendly, energetic individuals to become
Guest Service Associates. Duties for this part-time position include
working behind the admissions desk, in the museum store and giving
tours. Please call 402-944-3100 for an application or send
information to SAC Museum, Attn. Tina Shogrin, P.O. Box 70, South
Bend, NE 68058. Deadline for applications is March 1,1998.
Congratulations to Travis Brady and Nicole Hart on
their engagement. The luck of the Irish to ya!
Congratulations to our new officers:
Matt Curl - Secretary
Rollie Hardies - Philanthropy Chair
Jeff Nicholiasen - Social Chair
Congratulations to Emily Wilson, Ted VWotta. and Darci
Williams for being accepted into the Oxford program.
__Love, your sisters
Congratulations to senior Matt Jackson, for coming
out of the doset We are al very proud of you!
Welcome home to Phi Mu, Lora Meyers!
-Love your new sisters
Congratulations to Lori Knoche on receiving the Lincoln
Medical Educational for Famiies Internship.
-Love vour sisters
Thanks for having us over to "cfW with ice cream and
South Park. We had a great time. Let's do it again
-The Sigma Phi Epsilon Freshmen
Thank you. Ladies, for the FAC last Friday. We had a
Lme. The Men of Chi Phi
Sera i open to represent the CoRsbe of Fine
and I Arts. AppRcaBon avaWUe at fcUN Of
«ice. 115 Nabraaka Union. DeedBne February 6.
Student-At Large positions open far 98-99.
Be part of the board that appoints students
to 31 campus wide committees.
AppRcaBon avalafaie in the
ASUN office, 115 Nabraaka Union.
Dead line is 4pm
Friday. February 8.
Student Government Election
Questions and concerns about the Dtoceas or the reg
ulations?? For information caR 472-2581 or stop by
115 Nebraska Union. The Electoral Commission
meets Monday at 4:00 pm. in the office. Al students
are welcome to attend.
Filing forms are now available
at 115Nebr. Union
Student Government Election
_Match 11 _
Hey Crew Team:
I hope your boat sinks!!
MIKKA- Happy 20th! Tonight, chocolate martinis. Next
year, shots. I love you. Your big sis- Erin
Raise all the money your student group needs by
sponsoring a VISA Fundraiser on your campus. No
investment & very little time needed. There’s no obli
gation, so why no call for information today. Call
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