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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (March 20, 1998)
Summer Internship Positions
Department of Revenue
PUBLIC RELATIONS/ MARKETING INTERN: Assist
with writing news releases, planning and executing
various news conferences and media events; special
event and promotion planning and execution; research
and writing material for various publications; database
mgt.; consumer, retailer and media relation; and ad
vertising. REQUIREMENTS: Majoring in Public Rela
tions, Communications or Marketing, Junior year or
above, excellent written and verbal communication
skills, basic understanding of marketing principles. Ex
perience with still and video photography, word proc
essing, spreadsheets and presentations software
would be helpful (WordPerfect, QuattroPro, Paradox
for Windows, and PowerPoint).
GRAPHIC DESIGN/ MARKETING INTERN: Assist with
elements of marketing the Lottery, including publication
and point-of-sale design; web page design and
editing; new product development and promotion;
database mgt and research; event and promotions
planning and execution; consumer and retailer relations
and advertising. REQUIREMENTS: Majoring in
Advertising or Marketing, Junior year or above, excellent
written and verbal communication skills; basic un
derstanding of marketing principles. Experience with
Macintosh systems and graphics software.
Both positions require willingness to work extra hours
including weekends (if needed), must be self-starter
and hard worker, and some travel may be required. As
an employee of the Lottery Division, all prospective
employees must undergo an extensive personal back
ground investigation to determine of candidate meets
integrity expectations. Closing Date: 3/30/98.
NEBRASKA STATE PERSONNEL
Special accommodations under ADA and/or to ap
ply call (402)471-2075
Hearing impaired/ TDD calls only (402)471-4693
Now hiring am/pm servers, bus persons, cashier,
carry-out, hosts, dishwashers, line cooks, and cleanup.
Apply in person; 17th and “M”.
TO $500 TUITION
National Bank of Commerce
National Bank of Commerce is currently accepting Ap
Part-time Teller (2) Eastpark, Williamsburg
Part-time mailroom clerk
For more details call the First Commerce Job Hotline
Equal Opportunity Employe
THIS YEAR A
LOT OF COLLEGE
Under the Army’s Loan
Repaytheiit 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
BE ALL YOU CAN BE!
Want to Earn Some Money
Over Spring Break or This
Part-Time Help Needed: Evening Hours, Relaxed At
mosphere. No Selling Involved. Possible Full Time
Positions. Training Provided. Please Call Jason at
477-0303 for more information.
Wendys 14th & “Q”
Now hiring. Quality minded people for lunch and eve
ning shifts. Flexible hours, vacation, and meal dis
counts. Apply in person.
Position Re-opened! Part time nanny in our home near
campus for our two children. $5.00/hr. 15-20
hours/week, mostly mornings. Call Wendy at
We are a private, nonprofit organization dedicated to
serving the recreational needs of adults and children
with developmental disabilities. We hold 9 on week
summer sessions. Orientation begins on June 1st. All
staff must reside at camp. Potential Counselors,
Nurses, TMA’s, Lifeguards, should contact Director:
NancyAnn Nowak at (507)724-2351. (EOE)
CAMPSOURCE: Unique free referral service lists hun
dreds of job openings at beautiful summer camps. Call
about positions in Waterfront, Tennis, Gymnastics,
Roller Hockey, theatre arts, Lacrosse and many more.
Counselors: Top Boys Sports
Camp in Maine!
Get in on an exciting, fun summer! Must have good
skills, the ability to instruct, coach or assist. Openings
in: All Land Sports, All Water Sports. PLUS: Camp
ing/Hiking, Ropes/Climbing Wall, SCUBA, Archery, Ri
flery, Martial Arts, RN's, Secretaries. Top Salaries,
Awesome Facilities, Room/Board/Laundry, Travel.
CALL the (800) NUMBER NOW, (800) 473-6104, or
E-MAIL cobbachief6aol.com or write: Steve Rubin
CAMP COBBOSSEE (kah'buh-see) 10 Silvermine
Drive, South Salem, NY 10590.
Great Summer Camp Jobs
Top Salary, RM/BD/Laundry, Travel Allowance.
Activities: Archery, Crafts, baseball,
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 Call (800)494-6238 and
Women Call (800)392-3752. Stop by for a casual visit
with our reps. Anytime between 10a.m. and 3p.m. on
Wednesday, April 1st, See Daily Events Board in the
Nebraska Union for interview locations.
GREAT SUMMER COUNSELOR POSITIONS
• Have fun
• Make a difference
• Summer in 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, Call Camp Greylock
for Boys (800)842-5214 or Camp America for Girls
(800) 779-2070 Qrad. Students Welcome.
Hawkins Construction hiring summer help. 180 Project
across from stadium. $10hr starting contact Joe at
For Custom Harvesting. Combine operators and truck
drivers. Experience preferred. Good summer wages.
Call (970)483-7490 evenings.
Have you had mono
nucleosis within the last
month? If so, your
plasma could make a
valuable contribution to
research & earn you
$50.00 at the same time.
For details please call
Cory at 474-2335
300 South 17th Street
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. Call
(402) 761-2875 for more information.
Run new Case International Combines, and new Auto
matic Twin Screw Trucks. Need non-drinkers and
non-smokers, need CDL Driver's Liscence, Will help
obtain CDL, Room and Board Provided. Call
MDS Harris, an international leader in the pharmaceuti
cal testing industry, is looking for personable, energetic
individuals who want to be part of a strong team en
vironment. As part of our team, you will screen individ
uals over the telephone to match requirements for
pharmaceutical studies while entering data into a com
puter database. This position offers excellent growth
opportunities. HS diploma and data entry skills are re
quired; one year of customer service or sales experience
is preferred. Number of hours vary based on
staffing needs. Please apply in person at:
sa MDS Harris
Science Advancing Health
Human Resources, JM-SPR
621, Rose Street
Lincoln, NE 66502
SUMMER CAMP COUNSELORS
NEEDED FOR PREMIERE 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
including art, dance, theatre, gymnastics, newspaper &
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(Girts): 1-800-392-3752.
Summer child care, 25hrs/week, flexible daytime
hours, experience necessary, East Campus location.
Summer in Chicago
Child Care and Light Housekeeping for Surburban Chi
cago Families. Must be a responsible, loving,
non-smoking person. Call Northfield Nannies at (847)
Summer job openings for Softball umpires. Slow pitch
and fast pitch leagues. Call Lincoln Parks and Recrea
tion Athletics at 441 -7892 for dates and times of clinics.
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.
Spring Break Headquarters
Moose’s Tootn, 4007 O St., 489-4849. Teva sandals
and Oakley sunglasses.
A belated thank you to faculty and staff who attended
Monday night’s professor dinner.
The Women of Alpha Xi Delta
Send an April Fools' Day message in the Daily Nebras
kan to a friend, an enemy, a Greek house, a professor
or a campus organization. Messages must be received
at the Daily Nebraskan, 34 Nebraska Union, 472-2588,
472-1761 (FAX), or email@example.com, by 2:30 p.m. March
31. Messages are $3.50/ 15 words, $0.15 additional
words plus a $0.75 billing charge, if applicable.
The Daily Nebraskan reserves the right to reject or edit
any April Fools ’ message.
So you didn’t sign up for ROTC as a freshman or
sophomore. Catch up at ARMY ROTC Camp Challenge,
a PAID six week summer course with college
credit in leadership training. Call 472-4269 for details.
DISC GO ROUND
WE PAY 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
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.
Student poetry night, April 2nd at 9pm in The Crib.
Teachers College Students
Please sign up for appointments with advisers on the
World Wide Web: http://tc.unl.edu/tcssc
Congratulations to our newly elected officers: Katie
Lewis - President, Karen Pearson - Vice President,
Molly Weichman - Secretary, John Mai - Treasurer,
and Allison Schiffem - Public Relations.
Congrats to our very own UNL SAA, (a.k.a.) best
chapter in District Six for kickin butt at the district con
ference! Also congrats to Carrie Pierce (Carolyn Price)
for her outstanding SAA Member Award. Sneaky!
Sneaky! Jaryl Rules!
Congratulations to Kim Spanel on your internship with
the Lincoln Police Department.
-Pi love, your sisters
Congratulations Heidi Kubicek and Brent Robinson on
Love, the Women of Alpha Phi
Congratulations to Heidi Kubicek on her recent en
gagement to Brent Robison. We wish you both the
best of luck.
-Your friends at SAE
Congratulations to Jed Erickson and Jason Lewis for
being elected to the CASNR Ag Advisory Board.
The Men of Alpha Gamma Rho
Congratulations to these Alpha Sigs on being elected
to following offices:
Jed Christensen - CASNR Senator
Chad Villwok - CASNR Senator
Andy Sherman - CBA Senator
Heath Mello - Arts and Sciences Advisory Board
Adam Thompson - CBA Advisory Board
Tim Sasek - CASNR Advisory Board
Way to go guys! We know you’ll do a good job.
Congratulations to our newly elected ASUN officers:
Erin Hamilton - CBA Advisory Board
Andee Cummins - Arts and Sciences Advisory Board
We are very proud of all of those who ran in the ASUN
Love, Your Sisters
Congratulations to Kristen Greenwood on being ac
cepted into OT School. We’re so proud of you!
Love, Your Sisters
Thanks for Monday night’s dinner exchange. We had
a great time and the roses were lovely.
The Women of Alpha Xi Delta
Thanks for the dinner exchange and the roses. We
had a great time.
Love, the Women of Alpha Xi Delta
Congratulations to JP Ladd, Chad Read and Tom
Heacock on receiving Mortar Board Notables. We are
very proud of you.
-Men of Farmhouse
Congrats to Jim Sands on his election to Arts and Sci
ences Student Advisory Board.
.-The Men of Phi Psi
Congratulations to all of our fabulous Pink Ladies on
the Dean’s List: Megan Ahl, Becky Burdick, Carla
Ericksen, Mandy Johnson, Shauna Mullaly, Denise
Pankoke, Amy Paschold, Denise Roberts, Amy
Schupbach, Laura Schweer, Amy Shurigar, Amanda
Taylor, Ann Veigal, and Kari Zappa. Way to go!
Love, Your Sisters
Our deepest sympathies to the women of Gamma Phi
Beta. Our thoughts and prayers are with you in this
time of tragedy.
-The men of SAE
To the women of Gamma Phi Beta, our thoughts and
prayers are with you.
-Loyally. The women of Alpha Delta Pi
Congratulations on the Soccer Intramural Champion
ship! You guvs are stare!
Thank you to all who attended Alpha Xi Delta's Fiesta
Feed. We appreciate your support.
_ The Women of Alpha Xi Delta
The Women of Gamma Phi Beta would like to thank
the Greek System for all of the flowers and support
you have given us.
To all members and especially new members, this
year’s initiation will be held at the City Union on Monday,
March 30 at 9 pm. Check for room listing. All
Current and New Members must be present.
Congratulations to Travis Dendinger on winning the In
termural Bench Press Competition.
Congratulations to Mike Balash on receiving the intern
ship in St. Louis.
FOUND: Calculator in Avery. Call 436-8375.
Keys found Saturday Near University Health Center.
Leather Keyring with a K. Call 472-7576 to Claim.
Lost, Amethyst ring near Rec center or Commuter lot
by HSS. If found call 486-3416._
Buying Retired Beanie Babies-Coral, Sting, Libearty,
Tusk, Caw, Teddy, Flutter, Chops, more. Cash
WANTED: Phish Bootlegs. Will pay. Call 476-3256.
I QUICK CASHt I
for Spring Break
• Begin donating plasma now and earn
extra money for Spring Break!
• New & Return donors (6 month lapse) earn
$75 In 2 donations!!!
* Safe & Sterile Procedure,
_ For an appointment call 474-233S_
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