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a 4ERrst Commerce hadt
National Bank of Commerce has the following
Employee Benefit System Specialist:
Teller- Teller Pool
Customer Service Representative- Call Center (2 posi
Return Item Clerk- Account Services
Balance & Transit Clerk- Item Processing
Computer Balance Specialist III- First Commerce
Technologies (2nd shift)
Dispatch Clerk- First Commerce Technologies (3rd
shift, 2 positions)
Part-Time Teller-Eastpark Branch (mornings or eve
Part^ime Teller- Williamsburg Branch (afternoons. 2
Part- Time Credit Card Collector- BankCard (mornings
For more information, please call the First Commerce
Job Hotline at 434-4700 or visit our Website at
WWW.BANK.COM. Equal Opportunity Employer
Nebraska Republican Party
Looking for several students to assist with fund raising.
Earn up to $9/hour
$50 Hiring Bonus
No Friday or Saturday
Work 12-20 hours/week
Call Bryan at 475-2122
Operation Smart Facilitator
Facilitate program which stimulates girls' interest in
science, math, and technology. 2-3 afternoons and
8-10 hours per week. Great for education, science, or
math majors. Resume and YWCA application accepted
until filled. Apply to the YWCA 1432 N St. AA/EOE.
66th & 'O’. Now hiring full-time/part-time pharmacy
technicians: day/nignt/weekends. Benefits include
flexible work schedule, employee discount, and health
Park Place Chevrolet & Imports, Inc. is looking for an
enthusiastic, professional individual to answer
multi-line phone and greet customers. The position is
part-time in the evenings and on the weekends. Call
434-5100 and ask for Angie or Jeff.
Part Time Receptionist
Work Tuesday and Thursday 8am-5pm for a great
downtown company! Handle phones, mail, light typing,
greet clients, knowledge of Word and Excel important.
Parking paid. Call Gina at 441 -4072 to find out more.
Part-time day, evenings and weekends. Flexible
schedule to work with class schedule. Close to campus.
Apply in person at West O Dairy Queen, 760
Part-time help needed approximately 20 hours/week
between the hours of 9am-3pm, M-F. Starts,
$6.50/hour, earn up to $12/hour, gas and bonuses,
residential cleaning, 432-5573.__
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.
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
Proofreader for court reporting firm. Excellent spelling,
grammar and vocabulary skills essential; legal back
ground a plus; prefer grad student. Call 477-8425 be
tween 1:00 and 5:00pm.
Parks and Recreation has openings for leaders with
before and/or after school recreation for elergentary
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 chfld 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.
NEBRASKA UNION now has openings for part time
custodians. Evening and day hours available including
weekends. $6.00/hour. Contact Bill Behmer at Nebraska
Union Main Office Room 220.
Students- will these hours work with your schedule?
. M-F, 2:30-6:30pm and Sat. 8am-5pm. We have »store
clerk position available at our S. 27th & Hwy2 location.
If interested please apply W-F from 2-5:00pm at:
S. 27th & Hwy 2
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 youLWe currently have the following op
portunities available: '
• 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."dr you may contact our personnel,
officer at 441-7949 for additional information.
Telephone sales Monday-Thursday, 5-8:30pm, earn
$6-1- per hour, relaxed atmosphere. Your desire and
motivation determine earnings. Call 9:30am-6pm,
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
'NigW 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 UNU
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 & Holdrege
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.
YMCA Camp Kitaki
Lincoln office has part-time office assistant job
available. Enjoy this rewarding job. Good computer
and general office skills needed. Apply at 6000 Com
husker HWY. 434-9225.
Nanny needed for 2 girls- ages 4 years and 5 months,
15-25 hours per week, flexible schedule. Call 420-5527
Need daycare in my home before and after school.
Two to three days/week. $7/hour. 420-5560, evenings,
Wanted—person to watch my child in home. Mostly
mornings, some afternoons. Pay negotiable. Call
435-2084 and leave a message.
Wanted: In-home child care for two year old and nine
month old. Part-time. Call Krissy, 464-8161 for infor
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.
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 campkrtaki6aol.com.
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:
Lincoln Parks and Recreation has an opening for Coor
dinator of its Nature Camp Program which is June 7
July 23 for K-6 grades. Varied hours before camp
begins. 50+ hours during weeks of camp. Must work
well with youth, be able to supervise and be well or
ganized. Pay range is $7-$8.50/hour, depending on
experience. Apply at Parks and Recreation, 2710 A St.,
The position is available immediately and"wMfextend
through the summer. The potential exists for the
position to be extended beyond this time frame.
The incumbent of this position will be responsible to
audit construction jobs, work-with continuing Property
Record Development, assist in inventory reconciliation,
and assist in special studies.
We are looking for an accounting major in either their
sophomore or junior year. The applicants must be able
to work at least 20 hours a week between the time of
7:30am - 5:00pm for most weeks during the school
year. Additional hours are possible if the applicant has
the availability, such as summer break.
Candidates must be PC literate, and proficient with
Microsoft Office products, especially EXCEL If you are
qualified and interested, please send your resume
postmarked no later than February 5,1999 to:
Attn: Jan Robinson
PO Box 81309
Lincoln, NE 68601-1309
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best deal ever for students and young people. The
air-bus pass gives unbeatable cost and flexibility for
30-60 days. Explore Europe and make your own
. itinerary. All from, only $599. For details dial
888-909-7046 or visit www.worldtravellinks.com for
reservations dial 888-909-7044. .
Spring Break 99!
Travel FREE and make lots of Cash! Top reps
are offered on-site staff jobs. All-Inclusive Deals,
32-hours free-drinks. Special Discounts up to
$100/person. Lowest price Guaranteed. Call
now for details!
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, ulasses start Feb
ruary 1. Sponsored by the University Health Center.
Accepting Our Bodies,
Struggling with an eating disorder? Consider attending
this six week group that 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.
APO is Soilent Green!
Actually, APO is people. Alpha Phi Omega is a co-ed
service organization. We’re looking for new members
to lead, serve, and have fun. Info meetings continuos
Wednesday—Harper Study Lounge 3pm
Thursday—Abel Ballroom noon;
Burr Study Lounge 8pm.
Have your goals ever included receiving a scholarship,
enhancing your communication skills, expanding your
technology knowledge, participating in CASNR student
recruitment, or becoming a leader on campus? If so,
the CASNR Ambassador program is perfect for you.
Pick up your application in 103 Ag Hall, Dean’s Office.
Applications are due February 25. Apply today!
Check it Out!
DIABETES SUPPORT GROUP
Meeting TODAY at University Health Center, Confer
ence Room D, 4 to 5p.m.
For students with dbbetes,
spouses and friends welcome!
Call472-7477 for more Information.
Gender Issues Discussion
A safe place for women and men to explore the impact
of gender roles on relationships, self, and society. Call
Jan Deeds at 472-2598 for information.
The Manager Meeting for Co-Rec indoor Soccer will
be held Thursday, January 28th, at 6:00 p.m. in the
Nebraska Union. Each team must have one represent
ative present to be eligible for competition. Call
472-3467 for more information.
Intramural Volleyball Managers
The Manager Meeting for Co-Rec Volleyball will be
held Thursday, January 28th at 5:00 p.m. in the Ne
braska Union. Each team must have one representative
present to be eligible for competition. Call
472-3467 for more information.
Information and application
available at 115 Nebraska Union
Deadline February 26
Lesbian Bi Questioning
LBQ is a safe place for lesbians, bi women and women
questioning their sexual orientation to meet, talk, learn
and laugh in an informal atmosphere. Meets every
Thursday at 6:00pm in Nebraska Union, room 338. For
more information call the Women’s Center at
Have you had your “3-shot Hep B Series”
If so, you may qualify for a medical research
_ study. Just 4 hours a week of your time can
earn you over $380 every 4 weeks while you
study. Call 474-2335 and ask for Dana.
Nabi Biomedical Center
300 S. 17th Street
■ I _Lincoln. NE 68508__
Break out of unhealthy patterns. Develop flexible and
Wednesdays 3:30-4:45 pm
Sue 472-7450 / Karen 472-7478
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Filing forms are now available at 115 Nebraska Union
for the Student Government Election March 3.
Come out and learn to play RugbyJpractices on Tues
days and Thursdays from 6pm to 8pm in Cook Pavilion.
Questions, calf Cassie 438-4121 or Sharon
AEAC Welcome Back Party!
Thursday, January 28th, 6:30pm at PO Pears, 322 S.
9th st. Half-price food, pool tournament, and upcoming
club events. New members welcome. Questions?
Call J.P. Rhea at 436-6108.
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.
Campus Atheists &
Thursday, Jan 28 (tonight) at 9:30pm, Nebraska Union,
room to be posted.
Campys Crusade for Christ
This week’s location
The CRU weekly meeting. This Thursday 8:00pm large
cafeteria SELLECK use east entrance. No Culture Cen
ter this week.
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
We are having a Superbowl party this Sunday at 5pm
in the Centennial Room. Everyone is welcome!
Parking Advisory Committee
The Parking Advisory Committee will meet Monday,
February 1,1999 at 8:30 a.m. in the conference room
at Parking Services, 625 Stadium Drive, Suite A.
Meeting 5pm tonight at the Wick. Hope to see you
there. Don’t be afraid to come and check it out.
Student Dietetic & Restaurant Management Associa
tion.New Members WelcomelThursday 28, at 5pm at
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.
UNL NORML-HEMP meeting tonight, 7:00 in the Union.
Help legalize itl
UNL Students for Life
Meeting at 9pm in the Union, room to be posted.
Thanks for the fun on Friday. We had a great time!
A belated thank you for last week’s FAC. Count on doing
it again soon.
Thanks, The men of FIJI
Congratulations to our newly initiated active members!
Tyler Adams, Todd Bumgarner, Joe Casey, Nick Crom,
Tom Danielson, Ryan Ebemeier, Jeff Freeland, Trevor
Hergenrader, Cody Jeffers, Shane Koehler, Zack
Konopick, Tom Luebbe, Chad Marquart, Mike Paeper,
Geoff Reno, Trent Santero, John Scholthauer, Nick
Shaw, Chad Travers and Dave Warren.
Happy days to these special new initiates.
Pledge Scholars: Ryan Ebemeier, Dave Warren and
Pledge Student of the Year Darren Warren. The Warren
legacy lives on.____
Congratulations to Gina Todero, Sara Lilly, and Jennifer
Wagner on being selected as New Student Enrollment
Leaders. You had better start walking backwards
_Xi love, your sisters
Di Giorgio's is now serving food Thursday, Friday and
Saturday ‘till 1:30am.
We would like to congratulate our pledge class on an
outstanding 3.85 overall GPA! Way to impress ail of us.
Your Brothers at DU.
Congratulations to the new Phi Delta officers.
President - David Lempp
Vice President - Tony Guetersloff
Secretary - Phill St.Clair
Treasurer • Adam Kirkebak
Rush Chairman - Sed Kitted
Social Chairman/Brotherhood - Tom Butler
Scholarship Chair - Scott Bradley
Fundraising Chair - Pete Norths
Warden - Ryan Shanahan
Philanthropy Chair - Nick Post
House Manager - Ryan Rieker Jr.
Alumni Relations/Historian - Phillip Hwoarang
I.F.C. - Jeff Barry
Public Relations - Barry Jeffries
Head Hasher - Aaron O’Brien
Chaplain - Boo Radley
Congratulations to Holly Herian, Julie Isom, and
Christa Vieyra on your recent initiation. We are so
proud of you!
Love, Your I~ O B Sisters
Sorority open rush applications are available in the City
Campus Union, room 332.
Panhellenic Assistant Rush Chair applications are
available in room 332 City Campus Union. Due February
Congratulations to the new initiates of Sigma Chi; Alex
Bahe, Jais Woolf, Aaron Rankin, Tim Wilson, Ryan
Ottilie, Justine Johnson, Aaron Goldsmith, only
Wythers, Kyle Morrow, Spencer McClymont, Justin
Hoffman, Blake Fosdick, Trent Deeter, Leon Brown,
Dana Pfluhanpt, Brad Mollet, Paul Kiekafer, Mike Gruff,
JAson Dix, Jake Decker. N
Campus Rec- Res. Hall
Appointments Bd -1999-2000
Tech. Fees & Info. Serv.
Deadline Feb. 2,4:00p.m.
Applications available at 115 Nebraska Union.
Student Government Election
Questions aid concerns about the process or the reg
ulations?? For information call 472-2581 or stop by
115 Nebraska Union. The Electoral Commission meets
Thursday at 5:00 p.m. in the office. All students are
welcome to attend.
Filing forms are now available at 115 Nebraska Union
for the Student Government Election March 3rd.
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Want some fun? We’ve got it. Work PARTY. This
Thursday, 7 p.m., Wick Alumni Center.
FOUND: Male ring found either on the side walk or
street at East Campus on Sunday. Describe to claim.
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