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Lincoln CabteVision is seeking a full time productions
assistant to work in local origination. Qualified appli
cants will have a high school education or equivalent
and strong video production skills. Undergraduate
course work in video production a plus. Position
offers an excellent benefits package including medical,
dental and vision insurance, company paid life and
disability insurance, 401 (k), pension, and FREE CABLE
if you live in the service area. Applicants must be able
to communicate effectively with co-workers and com
munity cable users. Apply in person at CableVisjon,
noDiie uj s needed immediately. Fun
, yum. poy. Must have reliable transportation and
able to work nights and weekends. Cal! Bruce at
Psychology, Sociology, and
Criminal Justice Majors
Comhusker Place Detox seeking individuals to work
on call as Alcohol Service Workers. Must be a team
player and able, to work evenings and overnights.
Good communication skids with a diverse population a
must. Apply 721K street.
Quick Connect Computer Services is looking for a tal
ented, energetic person to work as a computer train
er/technician. Call 434-9494.
Receive up to $500 tuition
First Commerce Technolgies is currently accepting
applications for the following part-time positions:
jJpmScfom M-F $7.65-38.55 per hour)
$9.25 per hour)
For mom details call the First Commerce Job Hotline
at 434-4700 or visit our website at www.benknbc.com
Equal Opportunity Employer
Receive up tc$500 tuition
National Bank of Commerce is currently accepting ap
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For more details call the First Commerce Job Hotline
at 434-4700 or visit our website at www.banknbc.com
Equal Opportunity Employer
Tire and battery installer. Flexible hours. $6.00/hour
base, plus incentive of $.90- $1.30. Uniforms and tools
provided. Call pager number 473-2478. EOE
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Flexible weekday and weekend hours. Good pay.
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Starting Salary Between
$6.00 & $6.50
Seeking to fitt the customer service associate positions.
Part-time and Full-time hours available at a Variety of
locations. Benefits available. Preferable 19 years
or older to apply. Call 435-3509 Ext.242. Mon
day-Sunday, Day or evening to set up an appointment.
An Equal Opportunity Employer
University Housing Dept, hiring immediately. Academic
Year 12-15 hours, summer full time. Computer Experi
ence Necessary. Contact Housing Contracts, 1006
Seaton Hall for an application. Salary $5.65 per hour.
Full time position days. Monday-Friday. $6.50 to start
and $100 hiring bonus. For more details, see Rod in
Part-time day, evening and weekend help available.
Apply at 10th and High. _
Before and after school part-time positions available
immediately in Lincoln Public Schools working with the
Family Service School^ Out program. Responsibilities
include: Assisting supervising teacher with activities,
interacting with children, and some parent communi
cation. Flexible hours available in the morning and/or
afternoon programs. Starting wage $5.50 and hour.
Application required, Family Service, 501 South 7th,
Lincoln, NE 68508. If you require accommodation to
apply or interview, please contact the Human Resources
office at 441-7949 or 1-800-642-6481. EEOC.
Experian is an international organization, offering the
world’s largest data and technology resources. Imme
diate full-time (8:00am to 5:00pm) and part-time
(flexible) positions are available in our Lincoln facility
tor Telephone Sales Representative fin the CD-ROM
Sales Group). These positions will aggressively market
and sell Experian's Market share lead generation soft
ware. Required skills and knowledge: Windows 95,
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gotiatiorvplanning ^andorgangation skills,Pand judge
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Lincoln, NE 68521
Day and evening hours available. Math proficiency re
quired. Apply in person at Paycheck Advance at 48th
Nebraska’s Grand Hotel is seeking the following posi
The Perfect Schedule!
Dining Service Attendant
Individual needed to perform a variety of duties such
as dishing salads, serving on the cafeteria line, operating
a cash register and cleaning up after each meal.
Must have the ability to lift up to 25 lbs and communi
cate effectively with others.
Part-time, Benefit Eligible (7:30am-2pm, 30hrs/wk)
Part-time, Benefit Eligible (9:30am-5pm, 35 hrs/wk)
"may fill in at the Hospital cafeteria when needed
Temporary Full-time (6am-2:30pm, 6-8 wk assignment)
Please submit resume/application or call:
BryanLGH Medical Canter East
1600 South 48th SL
Lincoln, NE 88608
JOB LINE: J402) 483-3896
Lincoln’s leading liquor retailer is currently accepting
applications for part-time positions for evenings and
weekends. Apply in person 5560 South 48th,
Tomb of Darkness
Looking for ghouls and goblins for downtown Lincoln^
new haunted house. September 23-October 31. Call
for appointment. 730-4784 a.s.a.p. 438-2607.
Tutors are needed in the Hewit Academic Center for
the following subjects: German, Portuguese, Adver
tising, Economics 303, Zoology, Organic Chemistry
and upper level math. We are seeking upper level un
‘ and graduate students with a GPA of 3.0
initiation skills ara a.
Unit Supply Tech
This position is responsible for maintaining an appro
priate inventory of medical, office and nourishment
supplies, forms, linen and equipment in assigned
areas. Requirements include the ability to organize
and prioritize work and react and perform under stress
and emergency situations. Data entry experience pre
ferred. 10:30pm to 6:30am (Monday-Thursday)
Please submit resume/application or call:
BryanLGH Medical Center East
1600 South 48th SL
Lincoln, NE 68506
JOB LINE: ^402)483-3696
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We are accepting applications for
Guest Service Representatives
Various shifts available with flexible scheduling and
study breaks. Great position for college students! Re
quires good communication, organization, and cus
tomer service skills. Ability to use computers, problem
solve, and accept responsibility. Prior hotel experience
We are currently looking for team players to fill part
time positions. Tubby’s oners:
• Excellent starting wages
• Flexible schedules
• Fun working environment
If you are outgoing, energetic, and looking for part
time work during school, this is your opportunity! Stop
by the U-Stop Convenience Shop at 17th & Q Sts. to
fin out an application or call 435-3509 to schedule an
Tubby’s is an equal
Weekend hours, cashier needed. Apply at Sinclair Oil,
2ap*WTai)<t6flM74^74.; r • • _
Babysitter in our home.nice neighborhood. free room
and board, references required. Friday through Monday
hours. Call 484-6365. _
Nanny type needed for thirteen year old boy. Free room
and board plus bi-monthly cay. 435-6919.
Nanny/tutor/housekeeper for 12 year old boy. Live in,
hours before and after school and 2 evenings a week.
Great job for college students. 420-1438
Teacher seeks responsible adult to care for one year
Old Monday, Wednesday Friday afternoons.
Wanted- babysitter in South Lincoln home for 11/2
year old approximately 10 hours per week. Early child
hood or Education major preferred. References re
** Flexible Hours**
Work study students needed at City/ East campus
libraries. Day, evening or weekend hours.
$5.25-$5.50/hr. Apply Love Library, Rm. 136.
Financial Markets Research
DEC Futures/DEC Capital, Inc. a trading operation,
seeks an exceptional paid intern for a flexible 15-30
hours/week, committed for ai least one year, preferably
through May 2000. This is an opportunity to learn
the mechanics of trading futures and derivatives. Re
sponsibilities include research, financial accounting,
performance analysis, and preparing presentations.
Must be an excellent communicator, have strong math
skills, welt-developed computer application proficiency,
i.e. Excel, and top-academic credentials. Graduate
students preferred. Generous compensation, which
eventually could lead to a permanent role or placement
opportunity within the financial markets industry.
Send resume to DEC Futures, 800 NBC-Lincoln or
Classes Forming Now
Call 472-7478 for more information. Classes start Sep
tember 14. Sponsored by the University Health Center.
A Sister Circle
An informal discussion group of African
American women. Mondays 6-7pm, NE Union
Room 340. Questions? 472-2597
Sigma Alpha sorority is holding the Second Annual Ag
Olympics on Sept. 11 at 3p.m. at the East Campus
soccer field. Proceeds go to Farm Crists Hotline. Ag
Olympics is a competition of ag events such as egg
toss, bale stacking and wheelbarrow race.
Pre-registation forms available at East Campus infor
mation desk or call Jennnifer at 466-8431. Registration
will be from 2:30 to 3 p.m. the day of the event.
Attention Teachers College
Applications are now available for TCSAA-Teachers
College Student Alumni Ambassadors. Please pick
them up in Henzlik, room 105. This is a great opportunity
to become involved through your college.
Calling All P.E.O.’s
First meeting is September 13. 5-7p.m. Please call
Jennifer (474-6771) or Bobbi (488-6588) to RSVP or for
The Underground at 13th & Q. Retro rewind dance
party, 80 cent wen drinks, doors open at 10:00pm.
DON’T MISS THE SEPTEMBER
15th ON-CAMPUS INTERVIEW
DEAPUMEFOR: . .
AT4T.;0eioitte &Toi«hftdijgmark.Gard$. KOCH in
dustries, Microsoft ana 21 otter companies.
Grand Opening Sales
Starting 2096-50% off. Suzannas Fashion is at the
comer of 17th and P Street.
Interested in Roller Hockey?
The UNL Roller Hockey Club will be holding a meeting
on Monday, September 14th at 7:00pm in the TV
Lounge of the Campus Recreation Center. Everyone
invited. For more information contact Mike Fargen at
436-6443 or the Campus Recreation Center at
472-3467. A Campus Recreation Program.
Interested in Volunteering?
Come to the Involvement Fair Wednesday, Sept. 16th
in front of the City Union!
Over 25 community agencies that need YOUR HELP
will be available to talk with you!
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al Flag Football
Men’s anoWbrnen’s Flag Football
uffivPon't delay!' Enter now
at the Office of i Recreation. Call 472-3467 for
more information, ■■_
Don't miss the Intramural Sports Tournament Night
this Friday, September 11 at the Campus Recreation
Center)! The action starts at 6p.m. and includes the
following events: Innertube Water Basketball, Soccer
Skills, Badminton Doubles, 4-on-4 Volleyball, 2-on-2
Basketball, and a Bench Press Meet. Cali 472-3467 for
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Then Love Library has a JOB for You!
•On campus convenience
•Your choice of day, evenir
or weekend hours
•$5.25 - $5.50/hr.
For the best positions, apply
NOW at Love Library,
Room 136, 472-3963.
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Become a part of UNL's College Bound, an innovative
program to help disadvantaged grade school children
become tomorrow's college students. Attend an infor
mational meeting 9/24 at 11:30,12:30, or 5:00p.m. in
Student Involvement (NU 200). Questions? Call Ray or
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Dance to blackwater at the free Prairie Stomp dance
sponsored by CASNR and UPC. Free pop and prizes
from Froggy 98. _
Fellowship of Christian Athletes meets this Sunday
(and every Sunday) at 7:00pm in the Union. EVERYONE
Large Group Meeting
Friday 7p.m., September 11
(next to Wendy’s)
MENS CLUB VOLLEYBALL
Team tryouts October 4th 1:00-3:00. For more info,
call Dave O 472-9479.
Dr. Hill, dean of admissions at UNMC will be speaking
on Tuesday, Sept. 15th at 7:30pm. Remember to bring
your dues. Everyone is welcome. Room will be posted
in the Union.
Meeting Tuesday, September 15th at 5 p.m. in the Un
ion. Evervone is welcome.
School Supply Drive
for At Risk Children
Bring new supplies to the Student Education Associa
tion’s first meeting on September 15th, 5:30 Mabel
Lee 262. Come team about SEA and enjoy free pizza
Congratulations to our new member officers!!!
President- Cortney VanCleave, Vice President- Jalaina
Handa, Secretary- Mikaeta Borecky, Treasurer- Jocelyn
Newman, Jr. Panhellenic- Kelli Wilson, Social
Chairs- Meghan Buford & Traci Steinkruger, Standards
Committee- Andrea Hoffart.
-Love, Your Sisters
Thanks alot for the barbeque last Friday. The burgers
were great. You can cook for us anytime.
The ladies of A - A
We had a great time at the pre-game festivities. We’ll
cheer on the Huskers with you anytime!
Love the women of Tfr
Than kg for coming over last Saturday. Letts do it again
-The Fiji Men
Greek Dance Party 1998
1 a.m. to4a.m.
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GREEK LIFE —Putt-Putt Golf. Friday, S/11. Meet at Al
phaXi Delta 86:00 p.m. _
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Com# hot, leave wet!
Thanks for the B-B-Q, let’s fire it up again sometimel
Love the women of T Q
Thanks for having us over before the game on Saturday!
We had a ball! Let's do it again sometime.
-Love, The Ladies of Kappa Delta
Towne Club Sorority
Don’t just be another face in the crowd. Rush informa
tion meeting Monday, September 14th at 6:00pm in
City Campus Union in the Pewter Rm. Come be a part
of something special. For questions call Erin at
There are many committee openings for student repre
sentatives. Check the AS UN office for current open
positions. Applications available at 115 Nebraska Union.
Deadline Sept. 11th.
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