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Responsible for order and information processing, and
maintenance of the patient's medical record, on the
unit. Provides organization to the work station and
provides direct or indirect patient care as directed.
Communicates pertinent information to other members
of the health care team. Requirements of this position
includes a strong working knowledge of medical
terminolqgy, keyboarding skills for data entry, effective
communication skills, and an ability to manage a chaotic
work environment. Previous Unit secretary experience is
Intensive Care Unit
Full Time - Evening/Night rotation
Part Time -Days (5:30a.m. - 2p.m.)
Please submit resume/application to:
BryanLGH Medical Center East
1600 South 48th Street
Lincoln, NE 68506
We are America's #1 Drive-In chain and are expanding
in Lincoln at 4001 N. 27th St. Applications are now being
taken for ail positions. We offer
• competitive wages
• 1/2 price meals
• college tuition program
• crew incentives
• advancement opportunities
If you want to join a fun team, make good money and
work for a really great boss, apply anytime at the 5601
S. 48th location or every Monday and Wednesday at
4001 N. 27th (next to Rod Kush Furniture Warehouse)
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Assist Student Involvement in maintaining a great
website. 15-20 hours per week available. Summer
work possible. Apply at 200 Nebraska Union. Position
open until suitable candidate found. Past experience in
building webpages necessary.
Wendys 14th & “Q”
Now hiring quality minded people for lunch and evening
shifts. Flexible hours, vacation, and meal discounts.
Apply in person.__
College Pro Painters, (U.S.) Ltd.
5960 Dearborn • Mission, KS 66702
Let Your Summer
College Pro Painters* (U.S.) Ltd., one
of the largest employers of college
students In the United States, is now
interviewing for summer 1999
Franchise Manager positions.
What Can College Pro
• Earnings— As a Franchise Manager,
your financial success is directly linked
to your determination and willingness
to succeed. Last years average
earnings were $9,571.
• Resume Builder— Few college
students can boast to employers that
they once ran a successful business.
• Experience— You can’t beat the
leadership and management skills you’ll
develop in this program.
If you would rather lead than follow,
please can 1-913-432-9079 or
check out our website at
for more information.
Lincoln • Omaha • Kansas City • St. Louis
Lincoln Public School
Officials needed for Saturday morning. Middle-level
Wrestling Meet, March 6th through the 27th. Contact
Karen Hand 436-1811.
Yankee Hill Country Club
Lincoln’s newest Country Club is now accepting appli
cations for seasonal and year round employment.
Training will start the beginning of March. We plan to
open the end of March. We are hiring for the following
• Banquet Servers
• Dining Room Servers
• Cocktail Servers
• Beverage Carts
We offer the highest wages plus automatic gratuity.
We are looking for individuals with a fun attitude, pro
fessional demeanor and neat appearance. Please apply
in person on Wed. the 17th, Thur. the 18th, and Frf.
the 19th between 1 pm and 4pm at 8620 Old Cheney
Rd. Ask for Tma. No phone calls please.
Looking for paid score keepers for the YMCA MIT Bas
ketball Tournament March 13 and 14. Paid between
$5.50-$&50 per game. If interested apply at the down
town YMCA youth sport office Monday through Friday
between 8pm -5am. Apply by the February 26th.
Child care needed in home for 4 year old girl,
3pm-7pm, M-F, $6-$10/per hour, depending on expe
rience. Driving required. High energy and fun nature
preferred, if interested call 328-9697 evenings or
Need person to care for 1 and 3 year old in my home
Monday, Wednesday, Friday afternoon. 477-4863.
FUN OUTDOOR STAFF
Do you love the outdoors, being around people, gaining
leadership skills, role modeling for kids, and camp
fun? If yes, YMCA Camp Kitaki is seeking applicants
for Boys Counselors, Lifeguards for pool or lake.
Wranglers, Nature Director, Crafts, Ropes, Climbing,
and Trips, call YMCA in Lincoln now for an application
at (402) 434-9225, or e-mail email@example.com
Have fun* Make a Difference* Summer in
Residential Summer Camps seek staff in all individual
and team sports: Baseball, Basketball, Tennis, Soccer,
Inline .Hockey, Golf, Swimming, Sailing, Water-skiing,
Mt. Biking, Backpacking, Climbing wall/challenge
Course, football, Lacrosse, Coaching, General staff
positions, office, dance, and gymnastics. Located in
the mountains of Massachusetts just 2 1/2 hours from
NYC & Boston. Competitive Salaries + room/board.
Call Camp Greylock for Boys (800) 842-5214 or Camp
Romaca for Girte (800)779-2070.
Healthy summer 'Stay in Shape* Work outdoors
Mother’s helper for summer- Omaha; 2 kids, ages 9 &
10, pool membership; must have own car; FT/Flex; ref
erences; 402/552-2101, Chris, leave message.
Trail's End Camp - Baseball, Basketball, Golf, Volley
ball, Mountain Biking, Tennis, Ropes/Challenge
Course, Hockey, Arts & Crafts (woodworking, ceramics,
photography, fine arts, video/film). Waterfront
(canoe, sailing, kayaking), Pool Instructors, Musical Di
rector and General Counselors. Top Salaries and
WE PROMISE YOU A SUMMER YOU WILL NEVER
TRAIL’S END CAMP
Quarry Oaks Golf Club
Quarry Oaks Golf Club is looking for energetic, per
sonable people with great customer service skills. Bev
erage cart, wait staff and bartender positions available.
Caf402-944-6004. Ask for Mark.
Recreation Day Camp
Parks & Recreation summer day camp staff. June 1 -
August 20, Monday-Friday, 20-40 hours per week.
Conduct activities for grade school children. Apply at
2740 ‘A’ St., 441 -7954 or 441 -8480. EOE/AA.
Summer Camp Counselors
Needed for Premier Camps in
Positions available for talented, energetic, and fun loving
students as counselors in all team sports, all individual
sports such as Tennis and Golf, Waterfront and
Pool activities, and specialty activities including art,
dance, theatre, gymnastics, newspaper, rocketry and
radio. GREAT SALARIES, room, board and travel. June
19th-August 18th. Enjoy a great summer that promises
to be unforgettable. MAH-KEE-NAC (Boys):
1-800-753-9118. DANBEE (Girls): 1-800-392-3752
Great staff, great facilities, great experience, N.Y.S.
co-ed resident camp, 2 hours from NYC. Athletics,
baseball, basketball, tennis, roller hockey, swimming,
water skiing, woodworking, horseback riding, ceramics,
ropes/wafl. Camp Kennybrook. Campus contact:
Cici at 402-436-6159 or office at 1-800-058-CAMP2.
Earn up to $195 a month by donating
potentially lifesaving plasma!
(T'l A For yOUT Visit our friendly, modem center and
first plasma fmd ou,|m“e|al»“, *e opportunity to
r earn cash while helpmg others,
donation As part of a Company research
program, an experimental test will be
yOUT performed on your plasma which could
second plasma potentially benefit plasma product
j , • recipients in the years to come! Your
UOna On research participation is entirely
(within 21 days) voluntary; however, it is required if you
J])fo want to donate plasma.
CGNTCON 1442 “0” St. 475-8645
Must be 18-49 years of a*e, possess a valid ID and proof of local address and Social Security number
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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
Mountains, Maine coast) seek skilled counselors for
land sports, water sports, and the arts. Room, board,
and most transportation 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 With Kids
Lincoln Parks and Recreation summer playground po
sitions ($5.70/h) June 7- July 30, M-F, 9:15am to
12:15pm. Conduct outdoor activities for grade school
children. Appy now at Parks and recreation 2740 A
Street. 441-7952 EOE/AA. •
Blowout JUHbcIusIvo Specials
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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 witnthe Best!” Join us in Cancun, Jamaica,
Mazatlan, or S.Padre. Prices from $399. SAVE $200 +
get FREE meals & parties. 1-800-SURFSUP
Attention Pre-Law Students
A representative from William Mitchell College of Law
will be in the Arts & Science Advising Center, 107
Oldfather Hall on Monday, Feb. 15, 12:30-2:30. Please
call 472-4190 for an appointment or stop by.
For UNL Students
June 7 - June 25 - Trinidad and Tobago, 7-miles from
Venezuela, 3 credits graduate or undergraduate. Reg
ister for HHP-427 or HHP-G-896, UNDERSTANDING A
MULTICULTURAL WORLD; TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO.
'Tuesday, February 16th 4pm 270 Mabel Lee Hall.
'Monday, February 22nd 5pm 242 Mabel Lee Hall
Thursday, February 25th 3pm 242 Mabel Lee Hall.
Call 472-3844 for additional information.
Delta Sigma Pi
Congratulations to our Spring 1999 pledges:
Jessica Bonner, Deborah Card, Mong-Peng Choo, Da
vid Gonser, Kari Hanson, Matt Hickey, Jessica Kingman,
Hui-ChinJ-im, Catherine Misegadi?, Katie Obrist,
Jeff Ramaker, Suzy Shacklett, Emily Simmons, and
+ Full-Time Energy
= Full-Time Pay
"Guaranteed Hourly Wage
"Huge Commissions and
"Walking Distance from
JRW Sales Inc.
Have you hugged your
Volunteer Spirit Award applications available at Student
Involvement, 200 NU and 300 ECU. Help honor
our UNL volunteers! Deadline February 19. Call
472-24S4 for information.
The last day to enter Intramural Chess is Tuesday,
February 16th. Don’t delay! Enter now at the Office of
Campus Recreation. Call 472-3467 for more informa
Intramural Floor Hockey
The last day to enter Men's, Women's and Co-Rec
Floor Hockey is Tuesday, February t6th. Don't delay.
Enter your team now at the office of Campus Recreation.
Call 472-3467 for more information.
Intramural Warball Tournament
The last day to enter the Men's and Women’s Warball
Tournament is Tuesday, February 16th. Don’t delay!
Enter now at the Office of Campus Recreation. Call
472-3467 for more informatio
Summer and Scholarship
Earn $700 with all expenses paid for a 5-week summer
internship experience that will enhance your leadership
skills with the possibility of a full-tuition scholarship
upon completion. Call Army ROTC, 472-4269.
The Women’s Center needs volunteers. This is a great
way to learn more about women's issues, to get involved
on campus and the community, to meet people
and make friends. If you’re interested, call the Women's
Center at 472-2597 or stop by our office, 340 Nebraska
Union, and fill out an application.
Water Ski Club
Wednesday, February 17th at 6pm, Campus Recreation
Center Conference room.
Campus Red Cross
Wednesday, February 17th, 5pm, in basement of the
University Health Center.__
Volunteer with us in our community. Meetings Tuesdays
at 7:30 pm in Union. Questions, call Mark at
Habitat For Humanity
Meeting Tuesday, February 16th at 6:00 in Union.
Room to be posted. Come enjoy free cookies and bev
Monthly meeting, Wednesday, Feb. 17,1999, City Un
ion. Room posted.
Ever wanted to learn more about the accounting pro
fession? Ron Anderson will be speaking about his ex
periences in the accounting field and answer questions
about CMA certification on Wednesday, Feb.17th at
7:30 in the Union. Everyone Welcome!
Student Education Association
Meeting February 16th at 6:00 in Henzlik 204. Topic:
Blood bom pathogens.
General meeting Tuesday, Feb. 16 at 6pm at the Office
of Admissions, social event to follow!
UNL Marketing Club
There will be a meeting Wednesday, February 17th at
7:00pm at the City Union. Corey Jensen from Black
and Decker will speak about the company and job op
portunities. All majors welcome.
If you’d like to throw a cool party, call the N-Zone.
475-UNTD. , „ _
-Yours Truly DJ Foot
Congratulations to these AOfl Smarty Pants!
4.0's: B.Fritz, L. Grosshans, Ca. Hamilton, A.
Hassebrook, M. Holtmeier, K. Johnson, S. Johnson, K.
Keller, R. Kenner, L Krieger, L McWilliams, M. Mulligan.
K. Nathan, St.Scheerger, J. Seitzinger, M. Skoog,
K. Sup, E. Walker.
3.7’s and above: E. Bahensky, A. Bose, E. Eisenhauer,
Cy. Hamilton, J. Jensen, A. Koch, Je. Martin, L. Martin,
Ja. Martin, S. Mueller, A. Mulligan, J. Neddenriep, J.
Rajewich, L. Ramig, S. Roberts, S. Russell, J. Stauffer,
K. VanOerWerff, A. Whitman.
3.5’s and above: N. Anslover, L Armstrong, J. Ballan,
A. Ban ion, C. Cahow, S. Chingren, T. Cotton, K. Dowd,
L. Emanuel, J. Hamilton, Jacque Hill, N. King, N.
Kohles, L. Lee, M Leeper, Sa. Scheerger, S.
Schoenrock, J. Vollmuth. and A. Walters.
Thanks for the gangsta’ mixer last Thursday, we’ll kick
it with you G’s anytime!
Love, The Women of TOB
Congratulations to Molly Egley on being selected to In
_Love. Your Sisters
Thanks for having us over for Dawson’s and pizza!
Let's do it again sometime!
Love, The Ladies of Aloha Xi Delta
A big thanks for the best 30 second FAC ever. The rest
was fun too! We’ll have to do it again soon.
Congratulations to the following Sig Eps for being
admited to Oxford: Allen Kiingsick, Matt McClymont,
Bill Schellpeper, Justin Guretzky, Adam Eakes, Adam
Kinkier. Way to go! Good Luck!
- your Bros
Congratulations to Jeff Whitney and John Grebe on
being selected for membership to the Innocent’s Soci
_-Love, your Brothers
Be a part of the board that appoints
over 300 students
• to 31 campus wide committees.
Application available in the
ASUN office, 115 Nebraska Union.
Deadline Friday, February 19
Qnvs & Coovs Light
Ml 12pk Bottles
Prices good February 15 thru February 21
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