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Intern-Training & Development
Aliant Communications has a unique position in the
Training and Development department. This job is
ideal for candidates who have advanced comput
er/website development skills, a flair for writing and an
interest in organizational development. Hours are flexi
ble, depending on student’s school schedule. A mini
mum of 15-20 hours a week is required between the
hours of 7:30am-5pm, Monday-Friday for approximately
6 months. Hourly wage approximately $7/hour.
Duties may include the following:
• Research employee development and training trends
• Write management recommendations for website de
• Enter data and maintain databases
• Write training and development website content
The Training and Development Team is looking for a
serious candidate that is interested in developing their
skills and knowledge in the field of continuing education.
Applicants must have strong written communications
skills. The ability to adapt to changing situations
and learning skills is also very important. Strongly prefer
candidates with Junior or Senior standing in the
fields of Computer Technology or Journalism.
This is a great opportunity to gain website development
and written communication experience with one
of Lincoln’s major employers. If you are interested,
please send or email your resume by February 1,1999
j - Aliant Communications
Human Resources Department
Attn: Jen Robinson
PO Box 81309
Lincoln, NE 68501-1309
NIGHT TIME COMPUTER OPERATOR
Runs night processes and distributes all
printouts created by the computer. Documents use of
tapes during backup operations and files the tapes.
Secures the building and sets the alarms.Due to secu
rity, persons wit previous experience training in com
puter programming are not eligible for this position.
Hour£ are approximately 2-3 hours, Monday through
Friday after 5pm. Starting pay is $6.72/hr. Please apply
at, or send resume to:
Human Resources Department
531 Westgate Blvd.
Lincoln NE 68528
Leasing consultant for Claremont Park Apartments at
9th and Claremont. 474-7275 Hours: Saturday 10-4
and Sunday noon-4 from February through August
5-10 additional hours during the week.
Monday or Wednesday
Stable Position 2-5hrs/day available, 8am-4pm.
Knowledge of horses preferred. Call Donna: 489-2185.
66th & 'O’. Now hiring full-time/part-time pharmacy
technicians: day/night/weekends. Benefits include
flexible work schedule, employee discount, and health
Part - Time
Custodial help needed weekdays and weekends eve
nings. Apply 314 East Union. 472-1776.
Part-time position available working in dental lab.
Monday through Friday aprox. 4-5 hours a day. Flexible
hours, mornings or afternoons will work. Apply in
person at 125 South 9th.
Part-time night time audit position open. Great working
environment. Customer services skills and computer
knowledge required. Experience a bonus but not nec
essary. Apply in person at Hampton Inn-Airport. 1301
W. Bond Cir.
Assembles/serves/delivers patient meal trays; respon
sible for try/dish cleanup; maintains sanitary working
4:45pm - 8pm (2-3 evenings/wk) plus weekends
BryanLGH Medical Center East
1600 South 48th Street
Lincoln, NE 68506
JOB LINE: |402) 483-3696
Permanent/Part Time Support
The State Auditor's office is seeking a permanent/part
time support staff person. Duties include but not limited
to: filing reports and budget documents, operating
copy machine, assembling office reports, assisting
with general typing of correspondence, and various
other clerical duties. Part time position Monday
through Friday, flexible hours between 9am and 3pm.
(require 4 hours per day) and starting wage of $9.00
per hour. Requirements include general secretarial
skills, operate various office machines, ability to use
Windows 95, Microsoft Word and Excel with IBM com
puter processing equipment. Qualified applicants
should send resume and cover letter to: Auditor of
Public Accounts, Attn: Sulin Hamik, State Capitol
Building, Suite 2303, Lincoln, Nebraska, 68509 by
February 3,1999. __
Parks and Recreation has openings for leaders with
before and/or after school recreation for elementary
children. Before school hours, 7-9am M-F, starting
$5.60/hr. After school hours, 2:30-5:45pm or
3:15-5:45pm M-F, starting $5.50/hr. Apply now at
Playground Office, 1225 F Street, Second Floor.
School age child care counselors before school,
7am-9am and/or after school 3:30pm-6pm. Great ex
perience for Education or Recreation majors. Apply at
Northeast YMCA, 2601 N. 70th Street. Questions, call
Service personnel, pm shifts only. Great pay, great
benefits, flexible schedule. Apply in person only, from
11-4, M-F. Experience required. *
Swim lesson supervisor, M-F, 9am-1pm and/or
4pm-6pm, $7/hour. Contact John Dias at the Northeast
Are you an energetic fun loving individual who enjoys
the wonder of working with children? Then Family
Service wants you! We currently have the following op
• part-time teacher assistants working within the Lin
coln Public Schools for our School’s Out program.
• part-time teacher assistants working with infants at
our Dr. Stephen W. Carveth Child Development Center
at 4525 F St.
• part-time teacher assistants working with infants
and toddlers at our Downtown Infant and Toddler Center
at 1100 N St.
To join our child care teams please fill out an application
at 501 S. 7th St. or you may contact our personnel
officer at 441 -7949 for additional information.
Nebraska’s Grand Hotel is seeking the following posi
’Host/ess PT PM
•Server FT/PT/On-call AM/PM
(restaurants & banquets)
•Room Service FT/PT AM/PM
’Host/ess PT PM
'Banquet Prep Cook FT Mid
•Renaissance Cook FT PM
•Door Staff FT/PT AM/PM
•Desk Clerk Supervisor FT 3-11 pm
•Night Cleaner Trainer FT
'Security Officer PT (8 hour shifts)
•Room Service FT/PT AM/PM
•Beverage Supv FT
•Night Auditor PT
We provide uniforms, free meals & excellent benefits.
Apply In Person
Human Resources 7:30am-6pm M-F
333 South 13th St. Lincoln, NE
Use ‘L’ St. Entrance
Just a few blocks from UNL1
Web masters/programmers needed. Flexible hours.
Experience required. 466-1888.
Wendys 14th & “Q”
Now hiring quality minded people for lunch and evening
shifts. Flexible hours, vacation, and meal discounts.
Apply in person.
Work And Live
At The Nebraska Center
33rd & Hofdrege
Now hiring dependable mature UNL students for night
shifts (11pm-7am) at hotel desk. Requires an
apartment lease for $255/month, 8 shifts per month.
Live and work here year around. Contact the Business
Office at 472-3820. PSST: THIS A GREAT DEAL FOR
THE RIGHT PERSON.
Looking for responsible student to nanny for our 1 year
old triplets, M-F, 11 -5:30pm. Emphasis in early child
hood development preferred. 458-2114.
Part-time childcare needed for two great kids. 2 or 3
days per week, 3:30-6:00pm. Call 488-6885.
Wanted—person to watch my child in home. Mostly
mornings, some afternoons. Pay negotiable. Call
435-2084 and leave a message.
5020 N 27th Street * Lincoln. NE 68521 * 4774764
Bud &*Bud Light
12oz. Long Neck Bottles
t [Prices pood January 25th-31st|
UNL approved work study student needed to assist
with care of crickets and with experiments, flexible
hours, $6.50 per hour. 472-0742, or room 56 Manter.
This summer join 30 UNL students and make over
$2000 a month and earn college credit. 477-7669.
GO TO CAMP THIS SUMMER!
Nebraska’s most beautiful resident camp YMCA Camp
Kitaki located on the Platte River, is seeking applicants
for Counselors, Lifeguards, Wranglers, Crafts, Ropes
and Trips. We offer fun, friends and the experience of
a lifetime. Call YMCA Camp Kitaki in Lincoln for an ap
plication at 434-9225, or e-mail campkitakiaaol.com.
Rewarding, exciting summer for college students
counseling in the Colorado Rockies. Backpacking,
western riding, water activities, natural science and
many outdoor programs. Write, call, or email us:
Sandborn Western Camps, P.O. Box 167, Florissant,
CO 80816. (719) 748-3341, interbamQaol.com_
Chetey Colorado Camps
Estes Park, Colorado
COME TO NEW HAMPSHIRE FOR THE SUMMER!
6/20-8/19. Outstanding brother/sister sports camps on
largest New England lake (near Boston, NH White
Mnts, Maine coast) seek skilled counselors for land
sports, water sports, and the arts. Room, board, and
most trans. paid. Interviews available Union Rm 225
(1-5pm) on 2/24 and at 3 in 1 Career Fair on 2/25- stop
by! Call us, or apply at our internet sites: Boys:
www.winaukee.com; 800-791-2018; Girls:
Work In Rocky
Mountain National Park!
Grand Lake Lodge wants you!
Hurryt Call (303) 759-5848.
Attention!! Work at home around your schedule. Earn
$500-$4,000. Part-time/full-time. Pull training provided.
Call 1-800-863-1635. www.startahomebiz.com
SPRING BREAK ‘99
Guaranteed lowest prices to
Cancun, Jamaica & Panama City Beach.
Student Travel Services
On campus contact:
Josh at (402) 436-7871
Rich (402) 438-7819
Spring Break-Last Chance
to ‘Break with the Best!* Join us in Cancun, Jamaica,
Mazatlan, or S.Padre. Prices from $399. SAVE $200 +
get FREE meals & parties. 1-800-SURFSUP
Classes Forming Now
Call 472-7478 for more information. Classes start Feb
ruarv 1. Sponsored by the University Health Center.
$$ Attention CBA Students $$
Applications for the 1999-2000 College of Business
Administration scholarships are due on February 1. If
you need to pick up a packet, they are located in CBA
138. Hurry, time is running out!
Accepting Our BoeBea, Accepting Ourselves
Struggling with an eating disorder? Consider attending
this six week groupthat will cover Issues related to
self-esteem, body image, healthy nutrition & exercise,
etc. Starts February 2nd from 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM.
Contact Norma at 472-7450 to register.
Learn to communicate your thoughts and feelings
Thursday 2:30 - 4:30pm February 11 - April 8
_Call Mary 472-7450.
Lincoln Action Program and the UNL Culture Center
needs you!! We are looking for caring and dedicated
students to tutor middle school and nigh school stu
dents 1 and/or 2 times a week beginning Feb. 1. *
Where: Culture Center (333N 14th St.)
Why: Assist LPS middle school and high school stu
Training days: Wed. January 27th, at 4:00pm and
7:pm at Traibert Hall at 11th and South St.
For more information call thejCulture Center at
472-5500 or stop in to pick up an application. The
deadflne for applications is Tuesday Jan 25th.
Eating Issues Support Group
A caring and confidential environment for women who
aw struggling with an eating disorder or eating issues.
We meet every Wednesday from 4-5pm in 338 NE Un
lon. Call 472-8428 for more information.
Fraternities 4 Sororities 4
Clubs 4 Student Groups
Earn $1,000-$2,000 this semester with the easy CIS
three hour fundraising event. No sales required.
Fundraising dates are filling quickly, so call today! con
tact Dan vifolman at CIS, 80D-922-5579.
International Students meets Tuesday, January 26th
from 7-8pm, Continental Room, Selleck Dining Hall.
Sponsored by ASUN International Students
Subcommittee and Student Impact Team.
Intramural Inddor Soccer
The last day to enter Co-Rec Indoor Soccer is Tuesday,
January 26th. Don’t delay. Enter now at the Office
of Campus Recreation. Call 472-3467 for more infor
Tuesday, January 26th is the last day to enter Co-Rec
Volleyball. Enter your team now at the Office of Campus
Recreation. F6r more information, call 472-3467,
Nebraska Water Polo Club
The Nebraska Water Polo Club is looking for new
members. Practices are Wednesdays 4-6 and Fridays
6-8. For information, call Tim Daniel at 436-7942.
Filing forms are now available at 115 Nebraska Union
for the Student Government Election March 3.
Service Project Chat
Looking for a service project for your student organiza
tion, fraternity, sorority, residence hail floor or yourself?
Come to the City Union, Wednesday, January
27th anytime between noon and 1:30 to meet with
community agency leaders who have opportunities for
you! Call Ann at 472-6150 with questions.
Women’s Center Counseling
Free individual counseling is available. Call 472-2597
to schedule an appointment.
Come out and learn to play Rugby. Practices on Tues
days and Thursdays from 6pm to 8pm in Cook Pavilion.
Questions, call Cassie 438-4121 or Sharon
There will be a meeting Tuesday the 26th in the City
ATTN: Honors Students
Vote for Honors Board this week! Vote in 118 Neihardt
Meeting Tuesday, January26th. Meet in Manter 128 at
5:30pm. Everyone welcome.
Justified or Not?
Come debate the situation at Model United Nations’
first meeting. No experience or opinion necessary. All
are welcome. Free food and great discussion guaran
teed! Thursday, 4 pm, NE Union.
Meeting Wednesday, January 27th in CBA 132 at
Last semester, did you promise to become more in
volved and it slipped by? Well, now is the best time to
join our professional business fraternity, Delta Sigma
Pi. Help us celebrate our 75th Anniversary, establish
great business contacts, and make lifelong friendships.
Come meet us at our Meet the Chapter Nights,
January 25th or February 1st at 7:00pm, City Union,
(professional attire please) or stop by our booth in
CBA, Tuesday, January 19 - Friday, January 29
Meets every Monday 6:30pm 6 student Union (room
posted). Everyone Welcome!
There will be an organizational meeting January 27th
at 7:30pm in the Colonial Room. Anyone interested in
accounting is welcome to attend.
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The Publications Board will meet at 3 p.m. Monday in
the Daily Nebraskan conference room in the Nebraska
Union to discuss Daily Nebraskan policies. All are invited
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The women of Phi Beta Chi would like to invite all
Christian women who would like to learn more about
our sisterhood to join us in our spring membership
drive. Monday the 25th at 5:30pm; pizza, games, and
information; Wednesday the 27th at 6:15pm- Bible
study and Thursday the 28th at 6:30pm- bowling. We
will meet at the Lutheran Student Center each night.
For more information, call Brenda at 474-1021.
Undergraduate Women in
First meeting of the semester, Tuesday, January 26 at
6:00PM in CBA 108. Donna Dudney, new advisor will
speak. Business attire. NEW MEMBERS WELCOME!
Congratulations to our new initiates: Marsha Fischer,
Karen Meier, and Sarah Oviatt. We’re so happy to
have you as sisters!
TFJ, your sisters.
Broz, SHUT UP!
Congratulations to the following scholarship winners:
Pledge Scholarship: Greg Lanning
Pledge of the Year: Tyler Grassmeyer
Sophomore of the Year: Bnan Pfeiffer
Junior of the Year: Aaron Brockmeier
Senior of the Year Jeremy Robson
Campus Rec- Res. Hall
Appointments Bd -1999-2000
Tech. Fees & Info. Serv.
Deadline Feb. 2,4:00p.m.
Applications available at 115 Nebraska Union.
Filing forms are now available at 115 Nebraska Union
for the Student Government Election March 3rd.
Lug Wrench found on Vine Street, by coliseum. To
claim call 472-2588.
Full-time Factory Jobs
• Assembly, Welding & Cleanup
(Includes Attendance Bonus)
• Training Provided
• Choice of 3 M thru F shifts
• Weekly Bonuses & Paychecks
• NO FEES TO APPLICANTS!
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