The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, March 13, 1998, Page 12, Image 12

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    Great Summer Camp Jobs
Top Salary, RM/BD/Launcky, Travel Allowance.
Activities: Archery, Crafts, baseball.
Basketball, Dance,
Drama, Drums, Figure Skating, Football, Golf, Guitar,
Gymnastics, Ice Hockey, Hourseback Riding, Karate,
Lacrosse, Lifeguard, Nature, Photography, Pianp, Pot
tery, Rocketry, Rollerblading, Ropes, Sailing, Soccer,
Tennis, Track, Video, Waterski, Windsurfing, Weights,
Yearbook. For more info: Men CaR (800)494-6238 and
Women Call (800)392-3752. Stop by for a casual visit
with our reps. Anytime between lOaun. and 3p.m. on
Wednesday, April 1st, See Daily Events Board in the
Nebraska Union for interview locations.
• Have fun
• Make a difference
• Summer'm New England
Residential Summer Camps Seek Staff in ALL individual
and team sports; Baseball, Basketball, Tennis, Soccer,
In-Line Hockey, Golf, Swimming, Sailing, and RN’s
and Coaches. Located in the Berkshire Mountains of
Massachusetts, just two and a half hours away from
NYC, Boston. Competitive Salaries + Room and
Board. Internships are available, Cali Camp Greylock
for Boys (800)842-5214 or Camp America for Girls
(800) 779-2070 Grad. Students Welcome.
Help Wanted
For Custom Harvesting. Combine operators and truck
drivers. Experience preferred. Good summer wages.
Call (970)483-7490 evenings.
Impact Your Summer
Want a Summer job that teaches teamwork, re
sponsibility, real word experience, makes an im
pact on you and kids but is more fun than we
can tell you? Positions open; Boys Counselors,
Wranglers, Cooks, Lifeguards, High Ropes, Na
ture, Office. Call YMCA Camp Kitaki in Lincoln at
Life Changing Experiences
Could be in store for you! Work at Camp Easter Seal in
Milford, Nebraska with people with disabilities. Hiring
for all positions. Salary, room and board provided. Can
(402) 761 -2875 for more information._
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Make Difference in the Life of a Girl
Work at a Summer Camp
June-August, 1998
Join other energetic people who love to work
with girls ages 6-17 at a day or resident camp in
the Rocky Mountains S.W. of Denver.
Positions available:
‘Specialists (crafts, archery, sports, dance and
drama, farm, ropes course, backpacking)
‘Horseback riding positions
‘Administrative positions
‘Health Supervisor (RN. LPN, or EMT)
Call (303) 778-8774, ext. 247 for an applications
and job description today!
Mother’s helper for summer; Omaha; 2 kids, ages 849,
pool membership; must have own car; FT/Flex; Refer
ences; 402/551 -3877
Positions for talented, energetic, and fun loving students
as counselors in all team sports including Roller
Hockey, all individual sports such as Tennis 4 Golf,
Waterfront and Pool activities, and specialty activities
including art, dance, theatre, gymnastics, newspaper 4
radio. 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, DANBEE(Girls): 1-800-392-3752.
Summer Employment
Need two assistant cooks for 15 weeks at Cedar Point
Biological Station. Full time, temporary. Room and
board, salary and ample paid time off to enjoy Lake
McConaughy. Begin May 10th. Experience preferred.
Contact Mary at 472-S977 or 101 Matter Ha*.
Summer in Chicago
Child Care and Light Housekeeping for Surburban Chi
cago Families. Must be a responsible, leving,
non-smoking person. Call Northfield Nannies at (847)
• $7.50/hour guaranteed
• Casual dress code
• Great bonuses
• Full-time and part-time
• Flexible hours
• Career opportunities
Summer job openings for SoftbaH umpires. Slow pitch
and fast pitch leagues. Call Lincoln Parks and Recrea
tion Athletics at 441 -7892 for dates and times of clinics.
What are you doing for summer vacation??? Rancho
del Chaparral, a summer camp for girls high in the
Jemez Mountains of New Mexico, is looking for staff
members for the 1998 summer camp season. May 30
August 3,1998. Positions available include Program
Staff (Arts, Horse Riding, Adventure, aid Environmen
tal), Counselors and Administrative Staff. If you love
the Out-of-Ooors and have a strong desire to make a
difference while having fun, then this camp is for you!
Please call or write: Girl Scouts of Chaparral Council,
Inc., 500 Tijeras NW, Albuquerque, NM 87102.
Phone (505)243-9581.
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.
Expanding business in India. Looking for associate
who is biingual. Call (206)270-2859.
'"Spring Break *96 Gel Going!! Cancun, Jamaica,
Bahamas, and Florida. Group Discounts & Free Drink
Parties! Sell 5 & go free! Book Now!!!
Visa/MC/Disc/Amex 1-800-234-7007.
•"Spring Break Trip *96 Gat Going!!! PanamaCity
beachfront hotels from $129) 7 nights beachfront, Daily
free drink parties, and Free cover at best bars!
Visa/MC/Disc/Amex 1-800-234-7007.
South Padre Island. Best Oceanfront Hotels/Condos.
Lowest Prices Guaranteed! 1-888-750-4SUN.
After Spring Break!
Part-Time Jobs, stanmarJoba, internships
the Student Job and Internship Fair
Wednesday, April 8.1998
9:30 am - 3:30 pm • Nt Union, City Campus
brought to you by SBC
UNL’s Student Employment and Internship Center
345 NE Union • 472-1452
Sunday, March 15th, the UNL Baseball Club will be
holding a pancake breakfast from 9am until 2pm at
The University Lutheran Chapel Basement. $3.00 for
all you can eat
Can you use a two or three year scholarship plus
$150 a month? If so, cal ARIIfV ROTC for more info.
Taking applications. Next retreat: March 13. For more
information, CaH 472-1880.
The 1998 Graduate Research Symposium will be held
on April 22,1998. The symposium is a form offering
graduate students an opportunity to present their
work. Graduate students interested in oral or poster
presentations should submit materials by March 18.
For packet of submission materials, contact the Office
of Graduate Studies at 472-8891
So you didn’t sign up for ROTC as a freshman or
sophomore. Catch up at ARMY ROTC Camp Chal
lenge, a MID six week summer course with colege
credit in leadership training. Call 472-4269 for
Congratulations to Eddie Brown. Thank you to everyone
for all your hard work and support.
Need money for spring break?
Come visit Disc Go Round in the Union and sell back
your CD’s for fast cash!!
March 17.18,19
10am - 3pm
Sponsored by Small Business Management Class
Free Cash Grants!
College. Scholarships. Business. Medical Bills. Never
Repay. Toll Free 1-800-218-9000 Ext.G-1843.
Hey Volunteers!
Applications for the 1998 Volunteer Spirit Award
are Available at Student Involvement, 200 NE
Union or 300 East Union.
UNL students, student groups, staff, faculty and
alumni, please apply.
Deadline March 20_
Free shish kebabs, green beers. Starts at 11:30 I
am‘ Bodega's AMey, 1418 O St 477-9550
Student Foundation
Student Foundation Scholarships recognize a UNL
student for his/her academic excellence, leadership,
and high integrity. Three scholarships are awarded
and are $300 each. Applications available at Student
Involvement, 200 City Union and 300 East Union.
Teachers College Students
Please sign up for appointments with advisers on the
World Wide Web:
Thanks to those who participated in Haircuts for Habitat.
Sorry for the inconvenience if you stopped by and
found there were no stylists available.
UNL’s Singled Out
Applications are now available for contestants. To get
one, call Stacy at 436-6153 or Dustin at 436-0937. If
you miss a chance to pick up a contestant application,
grab one Friday, March 13 at the booth in the Nebraska
Union. Presented by Kappa Kappa Gamma and
Theta Xi to benefit Multiple Sclerosis.
Women’s Leadership
All Women: Move closer toward discovery of your own
“herstory!” Early Registration begins this week to attend
an enlightening and empowering experience. Pick
up registrations at 200 Nebraska Union.
March 14 at 9 a.m.
$3 student, staff early registration
Women’s Week
The Power of One,
Women Making Change
March 5-March 14
Friday, March 13
Alias Jane
Time: 8 p.m.
Place: Culture Center
Cost $3
A benefit performance for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual &
Transgender Resource Center
Sponsored by the Women's Center. For more informa
tion call 472-2597
Youth Baseball Employment
The Babe Ruth Baseball League needs umpires and
coaches for the summer. Leave a message at one of
the following numbers: 489-4252, 435-7088,
483-6214. Specify if interested in afternoon umpiring
or morning and afternoon coaching.
Arts & Sciences SAB
Congratulations and welcome new members!!! We will
be meeting at 6:00p.m. Sunday in the Union. Voting
will be held concerning our constitution and pizza will
be served.
Lesbian, Bisexual and
Questioning Discussion Group
Thursday, 12:30 - T?30 pm and now 7-8 pm in room
338, Nebraska Union. Come and talk in a safe, informal
setting. For more information, call the Women’s
Center at 472-2597.
We are having elections Tuesday the 17th at 7:30pm in
the Union. Everyone’s welcome to attend.
Pick up and return nomination forms for vice president,
treasurer, secretary, membership chair, outreach
chair, publicity chair or historian in Henzlick 61C. They
are due by 5 p.m. on Tuesday. Please come and vote
for your future officers at the election meeting on
Tuesday, March 17 at 5.30p.m. in Mable Lee 262.
AXfi, AgMen, X $
Thanks for making generations awesome.
-Ladies of ADPi
Congrats to Michele Decker for making it to Medical
School at KU. Way to go!
-Love your sisters
Thanks to everybody for the fabulous time at the
“Progressive Dinner" on Monday.
-The Men of Triangle
We are so proud of our VISION candidates for their
hard work and dedication!
Love your Alpha Phi Sisters
Thank you for participating in intramural volleyball with
Love, the Ladies of Tri-Delta
Congratulations to the big winners Sara Russell ASUN
President and Kelly Hoffschneider 1st Vice President
and everyone else that was victorious in the 1998
ASUN Elections.
Congrats to our new ASUN President: Sara Russell,
Arts and Sciences Senator Lara Zumbruhn, and Advi
sory Board Members: Angie King and Rhiannon Kenner.
Way to go girls!
Thanks so much to Mike Schmidt and John Lien (SAE),
and also to Rich Dailey and John Frerichs (Phi Psi) for
saving us from LincoInLand
Love the Women of Alpha Omicron Pi
Please join us for Chi Phi’s Grafitti Party Saturday,
March 14. Bring a highlighter and a white t-shirt. Vans
leaving Chi Phi starting at 9pm.
Congratulations on a big Commit Victory to Kelly
Hoffschneider 1st Vice President. Congratulations to
Michael David Croom for winning the position as CBA
Advisory Board Member. I guess some things NEVER
Wicked Winter Bash
March 13.1998 at NebraSki.
We’ll be sippin' on the slopes.
We can’t wait to see you tonight! Hope everyone can
make it.
Love the Women of Alpha Phi
Congratulations to Chad Brown on your engagement.
We wish you and Hope the best of luck.
Your Brothers
Thanks for the successful progressive dinner.
-Ladies of ADPi
Congratulations to Stacy Domnanish for receiving
Mortar Board’s 1997-1998 Pi Sigma Alpha Award.
Delta Love, Your Sisters
Juvenile Diabetes
Coin Drive
★ Please Donate your Silver coins and biHs for a
good cause! *
Thanks to Dangler, Green, and Critser. We dig you, for
digging us out of the snow!
Love two Kappa Delta Ladies
Welcome to UNU We wish you the best of luck and a
successful year.
Love, the Women of Kappa Delta
Congratulations to Lori Knoche on being elected to the
Arts and Sciences Advisory Board.
_-Love your sisters
Thanks for he Great FAC on Friday. You ladies really
know how to have a good time.
-The Men of Triangle
Sunday, March 15 from 4-7: $3 in Advance, $4 At the
Door. Proceeds go to the National Committee for the
prevention of Child Abuse and the Friendship Home.
Thank you for participating in intramural soccer with
Love, the Ladies of Tri-Delta
Thanks for the kickin' season of intramural soccer. We
had a 'ball'! You guys really scored a goal with us!
Love, Soccer Stars of Kappa Delta
St. Patrick’s Day Party
Come find your pot of gold at the AGR St. Pat’s Party
on Friday the 13th. Vans will start leaving AGR at 8:30.
Start your own fraternity! Zeta Beta Tau is looking for
men to start a new chapter. If you sire interested in ac
ademic success, a chance to network and an opportu
nity to make friends in a non-pledging brotherhood,
e-mail: or call Faron Lewitt at (317)
Hey ladies- get ready to have some fun! See you Sat
urday Night at Formal!
A belated congratulations to Ryan Gottsch, Garrett
Dendinger ana Jay Schroeder on their 4.0's last se
Also congratulations to the entire house on an average
of 3.072 GPA last semester._
Phi Delts- Tell your Boston bound brother to open a
cold one and follow the clues.
Found: Keyring with key by Mable Lee; Claim at Daily
Found: Pager on East Campus; Call 436-6376._
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won't cost a thing, call todavl 1 -800-323-8454
EARN $750-$1500/WEEK
Raise all the money your student group needs by
sponsoring a VISA Fundraiser on your campus. No
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Fundraising opportunities available. Great for
clubs! No financial obligations. For more info,
call 888-57-APLUS ex. 51.
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
Army Recruiter.
402 467-2221
Have you had your “3-shot Hep B Series”
If so, you may qualify for a medical research study. Just
4 hours a week of your time can earn you over $380
i every 4 weeks while you study. Call 474-2335 and ask
for Cory.
™ Nabi Biomedical Center
300 S. 17th Street
Lincoln. NE 68508_