The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, October 27, 1998, Page 12, Image 12

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National Bank of Commerca has tha following po
sitions available:
Part-time Teller- Superior, Main Bank
Part-time Credit Card Collector
Part-time Mailroom Clerk
Teller-Main Bank
Need Extra Cash?
♦Assembly, welding & cleanup
♦Full and part-time hours
♦Weekly bonuses & paychecks
Apply between 8am and 4:30pm at:
210 Gateway North
Suite 436 In Greentree Court
(Gateway Shopping Center)
402/464-3225 EOE
’Includes Attendance Bonus
Need Some Extra Income
Books, TUition,
Room & Board?
Part-time Year Round
Auditor Positions Available
Hourly Inventory Takers in Local Retail Establishments.
No Experience Necessary • Must be 18
Have a valid Social Security Number and have access
to reliable Transportation and Telephone.
Weekends are a must!
$7.50 to start
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1-888-242-RGIS to prequalify
DHTC inventory
The World’s Largest Inventory Company
An Equal Opportunity Employer
Needed immediately. Occasional evening care needed
for^special baby. Good pay. Must have references.
Now hiring FT and PT days, evenings, overnights,
weekends and holidays. Competitive wages; fun envi
ronment. Apply in person at both Shopko locations,
27th & Hwy 2 or 66th & 0,421 -2220 or 489-3887,
Nude female models wanted for photography project.
CalUim at 423-9723.
Office management position. Business de
gree/experience with computer and communications
skills required. Competitive starting wage with great
benefits package. Send resume with salary history and
references to: Brandner Investments, 4301 N. 7th Suite
112, Lincoln, NE 68521. EOE__
Old Chicago
Now hiring for all kitchen positions. AM and PM shifts
available with room for advancement and benefits.
Competitive wages. Apply at 826 P St.
Organist for Southern Heights Presbyterian Church Lin
coln. 10 hours/week. Salary commensurate with expe
rience/education. Call 402-421-3704 for more informa
Part time help needed working in dental laboratory doing
deliveries. 1:30-5:30 pm. Monday through Friday.
Apply in person. Danter Dental Lab, 125 S. 9th Street.
Part-time assistant teacher, 7:00-9am and/or
2:30-6pm, M-F. Apply at Little Kingdom Children Center,
5100 Old Cheney.
Part-time custom picture framer position in a fabric/craft
retail store. Experience needed. Nights and
weekends. Apply at Hancock Fabrics, 6800 P Street.
Part-time Help Needed
Retail store clerk must be a self-starter and dependable.
Must be able to work Saturday until 6pm and
weeknights until 7pm. Apply 1745 O Street.
Part-time sales help needed-year round. Apply Elder
Jewelry, 3100 O. Street
Part-time sales rep, Monday-Friday, 5-8:30 p.m. calling
for support for children's programs. Low stress
environment. Apply in person: State Troopers Associa
non, a. /utn, suite tsquire naza.
Want relief?
Need some
extra money?
JRW Sales is the place for
you then. It's a fun place to
work. With the flexible
schedules you can work
You’ll also apreciate the
guaranteed hourly rate plus
their lucrative commissions
and bonus plan. Call todays
Be sure to ask about our
$130 Hiring Bonus
Congratulations! You just found your
Part-time Science Teacher
The Edgerton Exploit Center in Aurora is looking for a
responsible, creative, energetic teacher to facilitate ac
tivities in the areas of science for various programs.
Brownie Expos are Saturday science/math programs
in Oct.-Dec. 1998. Camp-ins are overnight science
programs on some Fri.-Sat. in Jan.-May 1999. School
tours are weekly programs, family events and special
programs as scheduled. Responsibilities include pre
paring for and teaching science activities and demon
strations as well as gathering supplies. Qualifications
include experience working with children in a teaching
environment, knowledge of hands-on science methods,
science background preferred, flexible work
schedule, knowledge of Girl Scout program. To apply
send a cover letter outlining your qualifications and a
resume to Josephine Martins, Education Director,
EEC, 208 16th St., Aurora, Nfc 68818. Questions, call
PUBLICITY ASSISTANT- Book national media, tours
and events. Prefer advertising/PR major. Fax resume
to Avalon Marketing S Communications 402-466-4594.
Sales Associate, diverse responsibilities. Creative
working environment. Permanent part time. 15-25
hours per week. Must be reliable and customer service
oriented. Flexible hours, includes weekends. Must be
able to work Mon/Wed mornings. Dick Blick Art Ma
terials, 4550 O St.
Security needed, part-time weekends, at a Lincloln
Manufacturing Plant. Can study while working. Call
Cancun * Nassau* Jamaica* Mazttan* Acapulco*
'Bahamas Cruise* Florida* South Padre*
Travel Free and make lots of Cash!
Top reps are offered full-time staff jobs.
Lowest price Guaranteed. Call now for details! 1-800-838-6411
Union Bank & Trust is seeking Freshman and Sopho
more undergraduate students who are looking to gain
experience in the Financial Industry.
• $6.95 per hour
• Flexible schedule
• Work a minimum of 20 hours per week
• Commitment of at least 2 years to the program
• Sales, cash handling and customer contact experi
ence preferred.
Please apply in person M-F 8:30-5:00, Human Re
sources, 3615 S. 48th St.
The Athlete’s Foot is now hiring full and part-time sales
associates for the new South Point Pavilion Store. Apply
downtown ,1213 Q St.
Now looking for cashiers, hosts, carry-out personnel
10:30am-1pm. Free lunches. Good extra income be
tween classes. Apply in person at 17th and M.
Part Time Ticket Sales
Lied Center Box Office
Hiring UNL students for tickets sales. If you are de
tail-oriented. possess excellent phone skills and key
boarding skills and have previous sales and
cash-handling experience, apply at 301 N. 12th, Mon
day-Friday between 11a.m. and 5:30p.m., or call Cheri
at 472-4725. Sales job requires some hours between
10:30am and 5:30p.m. Mortday-Friday plus occasional
evening and weekend hours as needed at perfor
Your Future Starts Here
If you are just finishing a degree and have an interest in
pursuing a career in information technology we would
like to help you explore your options. Unident is the
nation’s fastest growing dental software company and
is seeking highly-motivated service associates and
technical resources. If you have a background in com
puters, we have positions for technical support associ
ates and system engineers. Experience with Pascal, C
languages and/or data conversions preferred. If your
educational program is in another area of study but
you have a knack for computers and customer service,
we will train you as a technical service associate. We
offer full time positions in a state-of-the-art
multi-platform work environment with competitive salary
benefits plan, including 401k. We will also consider
getting you started before you graduate with our
part-time training program. If you are interested in
launching your career by joining our fast-paced
team-oriented organization, send us your resume and
salary requirements for consideration. Unident Technical
Services, P.O. Box 80065, Lincoln, NE 68508.
Nanny type needed for thirteen year old boy. Free
room and board plus bi-monthly pay. 435-6919.
“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.
Nebraska Center for Entrepreneurship
Kauffman Entrepreneur Internship Program
Are you interested in starting your own business?
Kauffman Entrepreneur Interns will receive a compre
hensive experience in an entrepreneurial start up com
pany while providing the company the busi
ness/technical assistance they need to grow. For more
information call 472-3353 or stop by 209 C8A or the
SEIC office (345 NE Union). Applications are due No
You Need Experience
We can help.
UNL's Student Employment & Internship Center
345 NEUnion- 472-3145
#1 Spring Break Specials! Book now and receive free
meal plan! Cancun & Jamaica, $399. Bahamas,
$459, Panama City, $99. 1-800-234-7007.
SPRING BREAK ‘99 Sign Up Early and get $30 off, 14
FREE meals, 20 hours afl-u-can drink FREE. Mazatlan,
Acapulco, Cancun! Call free for brochure
1-800-395-4896. ( _
• 150% Lowest price guarantee
• Sign up today aid get:
FREE Meal plan
FREE VIP Party wristband
Cancun, Bahamas, Jamaica, Florida, South Padre and
more... For more information contact Jeff Benda at
436-6409, your local class travel representative.
Confidential Gay Men's
Discussion Group
Wednesdays from 6 to 7:30 pm. For more information
contact Dr. Luis Diaz-Perdomo at Counseling and
Psychological Services at 472-7515 or e-mail or Rev. Phil Owen at
476-0355 or e-mail
Used CD’s, $5.99-$7.99 New CDs$12.99
Movies,T-shirts, posters,hacky sacks,
music books
. and CD towers.
_J50th and 0,486-0047
Eating Issues Support Group
A supportive environment for women who are recov
ering from an eating disorder. We meet every Tuesday
in the Nebraska Union, Room 338, 4-5pm. Call Tricia
at the Women’s Center, 472-9428 if you have questions
or would like more information.
FFA Alumni
BW3’s cancelled. Instead everyone is invited to Grandpa
John’s Pumpkin Patch with the Ag Ed Club at
6:00pm on Wednesday October 28. Cost is $4.50
Dress appropriately! Come and have fun!
Fill-Ups $2.50
Wings 20 cents every Tuesday. 12 will fill you up.
N-Zone, 728 Q St. 475-8683.
FREE SKIS!! Ski Breck, Vail, & Keystone Jan. 3-10
From $99-2nts., $199-5nts. Including lift tickets, nightly
parties, races and FREE SKIS while they last.
1 -800-TQUR-USA.
Fright Night
You are invited to a Halloween reading, 7 p.m.,
Wednesday at the CoffeeHouse.
Intramural Basketball
Tuesday, October 27 is the last day to enter Co-Rec
Basketball. Enter your team now at the Office of Campus
Recreation. Call 472-3467 for more information.
March Against Initiative 413
Join Students Against the Lid this Wednesday October
28th at noon on the South steps of the City Union
as we march to the Capitol to protest Initiative 413.
The more people, the more impact the statement has
so bring your friends.
Open forum on 1-413. Learn the implications of 1-413
at City Union Crib at 7pm on Tuesday, Oct. 27.
Phi Beta Lambda
Hayrack ride and bonfire on October 27th. Meet on
south side of City Union at 7:30pm. Will carpool to
destination. $4 a person, snacks provided. Bring your
PlayStation Tournament
College Football ‘99
Cash Prizes
Call 435-4645 for details and registration.
UPC orientation meeting Tuesday, October 27th at
6:30p.m. in the union for anyone wishing to be involved
with the NEW University Program Council. Application
deadline wiM then be extended to Friday, October 30.
Want to go to the FINAL FOUR FOR FREE? Play Wall
Street Sports college hoops edition at and WIN a
trip to the FINAL FOURII It's FREEU_
Join a division with ACLU Nebraska Executive Director
Matt Le 'Mieux about fanatic: preachers Matthew
Shepard. Tonight 9:30 pm City Union. Everyone wel
Arts & Sciences SAB
Our next meeting is tuesday. Oct. 27 at 5pm in the
Union. It is the first mMffig for new members and pizza
wMt be served._ ^
Attention Pre-PA Students!
Pre-Physician Assistant Club meeting Tuesday, Oct.
27th at 6:30p.m., 0idfather304. Be there! _
Welcome new members! Group photo and meeting
Wednesday, October 28th. Meet at the north entrance
of OBA at 5:30. Business attire appropriate.
Habitat lor Humanity
Meeting tonight CANCELLED! See you in fwo weeks.
Updates soon!
Lincoln Fantasy and Science
Fiction Club
Mysteries of the Universe Revealed: Movie Night bring
toys. Student Union 7:00 pm Wednesday.
Marketing Club
Meeting Wednesday, Oct. 26 at 7pm in City Union.
Speaker: Steve Schultz, formerly of Gateway. RE
New Student Enrollment
Last chance to attend an Information Session about
Orientation Leader Position:
Tuesday, Oct. 27 at 7pm- City Union
Thursday, Oct. 29 at 5pm - Harper Schramm Smith
Applications Due: Mon, Nov 2 bfc 5pm
at the Office Of Admissions
NU Meds
Meeting Tuesday, Oct. 27 at 7:30pm in the Union,
room to be announced. Everyone welcome. Gary
Moore Bryan LGH adminfebator speaking.
National Honor Fraternity Meeting Tuesday 7:00 in the
Waiter Scott Building room 241, Everyone welcome!
Pi Sigma Alpha
Reminder. We will meet at 6:00 in Room 538 Oldfather
Hall, Tuesday October 27th. Be there!
Psi Chi
Meeting on Tuesday, October 27, at 5pm in Burnett
118. Everyone’s welcome.
Public Relations Club
Meeting Wednesday October 28th 5pm October 28th
Avery 201.__ '
Soil & Water Resources Club
Meeting at 7p.m. in room 148, L.W. Chase Hall, East
Meeting Wednesday room 230 Mabel Lee 6-7pm.
Undergraduate Women •
In Business
Linda Robinson - Rutz from Principle will speak Tuesday
October 27th CBA143 at 6.-Q0. Business attire.
Meeting at 5:30pm today in the Culture Center. Plan
on taking group pictures before the meeting.
Wildlife Club
Meeting Wednesday, Oct. 28 at 7pm in the East Campus
Union. Come join the club that brings together
students with common interests in wildlife, fishing,
hunting, and the great outdoors. Chad Smith, 1994
UNL graduate, will be speaking about his work on the
Missouri River for the American Rivers Project.
Women’s Leadership
Conference Planning
Committe first meeting Friday, Oct 30 at 3pm at Student
Involvement, 200 NE Union. Everyone's ideas and
enthusiam are welcome!
Young Democrats
Get informed and involved this election year. Meeting
tonight at 7:00pm in the Nebraska Union. Room
posted. Special guest speakers: representatives of
state-wide campaigns. Everyone welcome.
Congratulations to the ladies of Alpha Xi Delta for win
ning the Chi Phi Kick for Kids kickball tournament.
The men of Chi Phi
Thank you for being such an awesome triad. We had a
great time.
,-Love, the women of Alpha Xi Delta
Homecoming was a blast!
-The Men of Sigma Nu
Thanks for having us over for spaghetti and inviting us
over before the game.
_ -The women of A ^
4>M KA0
Thanks for a great time during Home coming. It was a
-The Men of AGN
On behalf of the men of Sigma Nu, sorry about the
game on Sunday, boys will be boys. Mel, you were a
great ref.
-The men of Sigma Nu
Belated thanks for a great Homeconing week. Had a
great time.
Thanks for the white roses and the exciting evening at
Grampa John’s.
Love the Ladies of Kappa Kappa Gamma
Thanks to all the sororities who participated in our Kick
for Kids philanthropy. We had a great time.
-The men of Chi Phi
Homecoming Steering
Comm.Chair ‘99
Homecoming Royalty Chair ‘99
Chan. Comm. For Status of
Applications available at ASUN office-115 Nebr. Union,
deadline November 10,
Open to aN Students
Meet new people, be aware and involved in what is
going on around campus.
Make A Difference)
Tues.-Oct. 27
7:00 p.m. - Selkeck Hall
Conference Room
LOST: green leatherbound day planner. Reward for re
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Great pay and benefits including:paid vacation,
top training, insurance plan, advancement,
potential,tuition assistance, and more!
and SATURDAY 8am-noon,
6730 South 27th Street
l Lincoln, NE 420-2800
Yeah, me too. Lucidly, the
University of Nebraska
Foundation has openings
for NU student fund
raisers to call alumni and
ask for their support.
I hear they’ve got:
~ $6.75/hour guaranteed
base pay, plus perks.
— Tuition assistance
~ Flexible scheduling.
— Relaxed atmosphere
with casual attire.
~ Career enhancement
— Location five minutes
from campus.
You know what this means,
don’t you ? No more dead-end,
minimum-wage jobs that won’t
work around a hectic student
schedule. Not to mention a
convenient location, no uniforms
and a chance to gain some career
So what are you waiting for?
Vim Kristin or Ben