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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (April 9, 1998)
National Research Corporation is accepting applica
tions for its professional interviewingstaff.
ABSOLUTELY NO SELLING!
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 or
ganizations, please call us today!
NRC offerings include:
• Competitive hourly wage
• Stock option program and 401 (k)
• Paid parking
• Paid training
• Convenient downtown location
• Flexible scheduling
• Casual/smoke-free work environment
For more information or to schedule an interview,
please call our Data Collection job line at 475-4520.
NA! KjNAL RESEARCH
Individuals needed on part time basis for after
noon/evening shift and/or Saturdays, with the possibility
of full time hours during the summer. Successful
candidates must be detail oriented and able to work
with minimal supervision. Duties will include
verification of client input, data entry, filing and some
mail room work. Free parking and on city bus route.
Please send letter of application with hours of
availability to: Human Resources, PO Box 81802. Lin
coln, NE 68501.
is air conditioned, clean and well lighted. We employ
both males and females. Some moderate lifting. Day
time hours with no weekends. Part time now - Full
time during the summer. $6.00 per hour. Our work
goes on Ram or Shine.
NEBRASKA BOOK COMPANY, INC.
4700 South 19th Street
Part time counter help needed at all locations. Apply
Audio Visual Video Center, 2301 North 33rd. M-F,
Part time day help and 5 to midnight shift available.
Apply Subway, 10th and High.
Part-Time Morning Delivery
The Omaha World Herald in Lincoln is looking for ener
getic morning people for messengers and for open
route delivery. Applicants must have a dependable ve
hicle and be available 2:30-7:00 am or 5:30 to Noon, 6
days per week. This is an ideal second job to help
make ends meat or for people who need their days
free. To apply, fill out an application at 825 M Street,
^#103, or call Tom at 476-6100 for more information.
Part-time sales position available. Hours would include
afternoon and weekends. Apply in person only. Sutter
Place Ace Hardware 48th and Highway 2.
Part-time Teacher needed; Apply at Loving Hearts;
4710 North tOth Street.
Perkins Restaurant s now hiring servers for the evening
shifts, particularly on weekends, flexible scheduling, full
andjj3i^;UmaT>ours ayaalat>le; Please apply at
PT MOVING FURNITURE AT AUCTIONS; 489-9988
PT Teller Havelock Bank
Monday through Friday 11am-5pm, Saturday
7:15am-12:15pm. $6.50/hour minimum. Call Human
Resources at 434-3100. Equal Opportunity Employer.
Part-time counter and kitchen help; am and pm hours;
No weekends; apply in person; 801 *S* Street
Security needed; part time; second shift weekdays,
first shin weekends; Call 476-6600 ext. 350.
Server and Host Positions open at both Jabrisco and
Lazio's. We offer Jobs with pride and have reputations
as two of the most successful restaurants in town. At
either location you will receive:
- competitive pay
~ vacation benefits
- Employee meal discounts
- great company parties and a
brewery dose by!
Apply in person Mon., Tues., or Thurs., 2:00 - 4:00 pm
710 *P" Street
700 y Street_
Summer Camp Supervisor
* Can you be a role model for a disadvantaged child?
■ Can you work with a child with disabilities?
'Canyou remain cheerful in stressful situations?
If you can work 36 day hours a week from 6/15 to
8/14, $5.60/hour, apply F St. Rec Center, 1225 F St.
Summer Mother's Helper needed. Daily child care, 3
children in our home. Must have own transportation.
Daytime: 483-4215, ask for Helen. Evening: 420-5632,
SUMMER SCHOOL STUDENTS
Want to make an extra $250 or more before first five
weeks of summer school starts? We need assistants
to help with test grading. General clerical skiKssuch as
filing and copying are all you need. If you know your
alphabet and are dependable, we’ve got a Job for you.
To work full time June 2-8, contact Malissa at
472-3561. Starting wage is $6-28/hour plus lunch.
Summer Youth Specialist
Great pay, wonderful position working with kids 16-21
through the Summer Works program. For more infor
mation contact Robert Thomas 441-6687.
We have full and part time openings for the following
positions: Deli Department Cashier/Service Counter,
Overnight Stocker, Sign Maker. Sunmart Foods is an
EOE offering excellent benefits and competitive
wages. Stop by our newly remodeled store at 1340
West O or send a resume to: Store Manager, Sunmart
Foods, 1340 West O, Lincoln, NE 68528
TO $500 TUITION
National Bank of Commerce is currently accepting Ap
Craft Card Colector
Mai room Cleric
For more details call the First Commerce Job Hotline
Equal Opportunity Employe
UNL Student Employment For
Summer and Fall,
Lied Center Box Office
Hiring for summer job that continues through next
school year. Ticket sales requiring excellent phone
skills, key boarding, sales and cash handling. Apply at
Box Office, 301 North 12th, 11-5:30, Monday through
Friday, or call Cheri at 472-4725.
Volunteers needed for local political campaign brochure
distribution. Great for resume, call 730-9000
Great time to find a good job. P/T, F/T, cashiers and
sales associate positions available. Apply Thursdays
6:30pm, applications available at service desk. EOE
Overnight cashier, sales floor, Stocker, and maintenance
positions available. Great full time benefits.
Apply Thursdays 6:30pm. EOE
Wanted: Energetic Sales Associates. Flexible hours,
fun environment., employee discounts. Average over
$6.0Q/hr. Promotion to Assistant Manager is possible.
Tradehome Shoes, Gateway Mai. Apply within.
Need responsible live-in for pseudo-nanny position in
volving 12-year-old boy, free room and board + com
■ puter access, bi-monthly allowance. 435-6919
Part-time nanny for grade school age children. This
position is from 3:30-6, five days/week. Must have
own vehicle. Possible full-time days in summer. Call for
personal interview, 464-4886 or 730-7311. Speak with
Single parent needs day care for six year old boy.
Need transportation to and from school until summer.
Hours 6:30am-7:30pm. 3 days per week. Call for infor
1998 SUMMER CAMP JOBS IN
Camp Buckskin has positions available to work with
youth who have academic and social skill difficulties
(ADHD, ADD, LD). Salary, room & board + travel stipend.
Possibly^earn.schoot credits. Camp is located
on a lake near Byl BWC4IM. Contact: Tim Edmonds
CAMP STAFF- Outstanding, accredited Slim Down
Camp on modem college campuses in Massachusetts
and Pennsylvania seeks students and professionals in
terested in fitness and fun! Specialties: athletics,
dance, aerobics, tennis, swim, nutrition, R.D., R.N. 7
weeks. Internship credit available. Three years college
minimum. You can help change a Hie this summer!
Camp Camelot, 800-421-4321; e-mail:
Need three key people to help me run my office; No
experience necessary, FT/PT; Call 464-4070.
Eastborough Swimming Pool is seeking part-time life
guards. Experience with swimming lessons beneficial,
but not necessary. Contact Beth at 476-5464 or send
resume’ to: 6139 NW 2nd Ode, *165, Lincoln 68521.
Resume’s wffl be accepted until April 17th.
GREAT SUMMER COUNSELOR POSITIONS
• Have fun
• Make a difference
Residential Summer Camps Seeifstaff in ALL individual
and team sports; Basebal, Basketball, lfennis, 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 Greytock
for Boys (800)842-5214 or Camp America for Girts
(800)779-2070 Grad. Students Welcome.
For Custom Harvesting. Combine operators and truck
drivers. Experience preferred. Good summer wages.
Call (970)483-7490 evenings.
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
Part-time Summer Job
Need enthusiastic and nurturing person to work with
children. Must be 19 years old. 7:30-9:30 AM and/or
3:30-5:30pm M-F. Immediate openings also available.
CaB Trinity Infant and Childcare Center 475-9731.
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
MDS Harris, is looking for personable, energetic indi
viduals who want to be part of a strong team environ
ment. As part of our team, you will screen individuals
ceutical studies while entering data into a computer
database. This position offers excellent growth oppor
tunities. HS diploma and data entry skills are required;
one year of customer service or sales experience is
preferred. Number of hours vary based on staffing
needs. Please apply in person at:
Science Advancmg Heakb
Human Resources, JM-SPR
621 Rose St
Lincoln NE 68502
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(Girfs): 1-800-392-3752.
Summer Help Wanted: Enthusiastic male and female
students needed to participate in Nebraska’s longest
running summer theater — The Crystal Palace Revue at
Front Street in Ogallaia, NE. For more information, call
308-284-6000 or 308-234-6020 or email:
Nebraska Book Company has many positions open.
Stocking, Packing, Misc. Warehouse duties. Rain or
shine 40 hours a week. Daytime - no weekends. May
through August - $6.00 per hour. We have a few
openings now if you have hours open prior to final
NEBRASKA JOB SERVICE
1010 N Street
Thursday, April 2nd and Friday April 3rd
Monday, April 6th thru Friday, April 10th
8 am to 5 pm
MDS Harris has an exciting opportunity for you to join
our Call Center as a Telecommunications Associate.
We are seeking personable, energetic individuals who
want to be part of a strong team environment. Re
sponsibilities include directing calls to proper associ
ates, relaying messages and assisting clients. Additional
responsibilities include screening individuals
over the telephone to match requirements for pharma
ceutical studies while entering data into a computer
database. HS diploma or GED and data entry experi
ence preferred. Number of hours vary based on staffing
needs. Please apply at:
js A/ivjattctitkg Hit-aitk
Human Resources, JM-TA
621 Rose Street
Uncoin, ME 68502
Work with Kids! Have Fun!
Outstanding brother/sister camps in N.H. and Maine
seeks counselors: Watersports, Landsports, Tennis,
Mountain Biking, Arts, Wilderness, Gymnastic and
more! Top salary/travel/room/board. Cedar (boys:
888-844-8080, apply on line
800-846-9426, e-mail: WicocainpOuliranet.com)
p Busch. .. .$6.99 H
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A R<*l*«'«**' rtunity
Join others and relax — minutes each Thursday
from 12:10 -12:45. Drop in - Room 43 Lower Level
University Health Center.
"A Gnat Way To Gat Through ThaDayP"_
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.
Co-Ed Sand Volleyball Tourney
Aoril 18. 9:30 am at Burr Hall. $25 Entry. $100 First
Place, 575 Second Place. To enter or for more infor
mation, call Bart at 436-0882.
Earn $$ for
19-25 year old couples win be paid $16 for completing
confidential surveys about romantic and sexual behav
ior. Contact Professor RaffaelH, 472-0737.
Graduate Student Womens
A supportive and confidential environment. Join us as
we share our experiences and discuss various issues
related to women. We meet every Thursday from
12:30- 1:30 in the Culture Center's Conference Room.
CallTricia at the Women’s Center, 472-9428 for more
A live nerformance of the easter storv at Lincoln Reman
Church, 6400 S 70th Street, Saturday, April 11th.
Schedule: 4:30 pm dinner, 6:00 musical drama, 8:30
discussion/dessert. Free transportation. For reserva
tions, call Steve Janovec 421-9662.
Thytif* to \ipfHrahk RtiiHont
♦ 'Warts our anchors!
♦ VbaiewMMMnf ' '
University Program Council
(Event Staff Coordinator/Event Director)
Take part in programming events campus wide.
Applications available in Student Involvement
(200 Nebraska Union).
Apps due Monday, April 13th -4pm.
The Women's Club VoHeybatl team is hosting a co-ed
tournament on Saturday, April 25th. All teams welcome.
Please contact Sarah at 435-2512 for information.
Diversity Council Meeting TONIGHT in Culture Center
at 7:00 pm. Everyone is welcome.
Phi Beta Lambda
Officer Nominations Thursday, April 9 at 6:30 pm in the
Union. Casual attire. Come for food, fun and door
Hey! Don’t forget about the banquet on Thursday at
6:30! We hope everybody shows up, it will be a good
time! Hope to see you there!
Students For Christensen
Wednesday, April 8 at MO pm
The primary is quickly approaching—come share in the
victory with usl’_
Meeting Thursday, April 9th at 6:45 pm in City Union.
We will be watching the Gubenatorial Debate. FREE
PIZZA AND POP - EVERYONE WELCOME!!!
Grab a date and be at the house at 9. We’re going on
a date-dash to the movies!
Grab your holster, grab your gun. We’re going to play
Laser Tag, and it wW be fun! Meet at Pi Phi at 8:15
Congratulations to the following newly elected Alpha
Lambda Delta officers: Jeremiah Ladd, vice president;
and Jake Messersmith, Treasurer; and to the following
Phi Epsilon- Sigma officers, Brett Stohs, president; ana
SpencerStock, vice president
Congratulations to J.P. Rhea and Alicia Cent (Alpha Xi
Delta) on their recent engagement. Best of luck in the
A late congratulations to Mike Ruhtman for being
elected to the General Studies Advisory Board. Also,
congrats to Wes Madden for getting 1st place in the
All University Bench Press Contest, and to Mike
McAtee for placing 2nd. Carry On!
Your Phi Gam Brothers
Congrats to Cody Northrop for being appointed to Union
The Brothers of Phi Kappa Psi
Congratulations to Jolene Cheney for being accepted
into the Oxford program this summer! Study hard.
Love vour sisters
Congratulations to Amanda anderson and the Scarlet
Dance Team for placing 2nd at nationals!
Love vour sisters_
Dear ladies, we had fun spending ’quality’ time with
you at the frosh Friday. We’ll have to do it again soon.
Man of Farmhouaa
Thanks for helping ‘Keep Nebraska Beautiful” and for
coming over for our barbeque last weekend. You girls
make picking up trash and eating rotten hamburgers
The men of Phi Kappa Psi
Congratulations to our new initiates: Tricia Nolan,
Mandy Guernsey, and Melissa Pyell. We're happy to
have you as our sisters!
Love in ADT,
Your new K A sisters
Thank you for the wonderful spaghetti feed, it was
great time! v.
_ The men qf Pj KappfcAjpha
Thanks to everyone who attended the “Meet The Pikes
Night” at O’Maily’s. It was a wonderful time.
__ The Men of Pi Kappa Alpha
Congratualtions to Heather Lynn Hoff. She has been
elected as secretary to the TowneClub Sorority.
Have an impact on committees dealing with student
related concerns. Applications available at 115 Nebr.
Union for 36 different committee openings next year.
Deadline for all positions is 4:00 pm, Apnl 17.
Thank you to the students, employers & staff who
participated in the Student Job & Internship Fair! From
SEIC, UNL's Student Employment and Internship Cen
ter. 345 NE Union. *472-1452
35mm Camera lost in Student Union or CBA. Lots of
sentimental value. If found, big cash reward. Eddie at
Found by Love Library: single silver key. Call the Daily
Nebraskan to claim. 472-2586.__
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