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Summer teachers/counselors for school age summer
child care program. Full or part time hours available,
excellent experience for education/eariy childhood
majors. Apply at NE YMCA, 2601 North 70tti.
The City of Lincoln's Urban Development/Division of
Job Training is accepting applications for a Program
Supervisor tor the City’s Summer Youth Employment
Program. This position is responsible for supervising
the summer youth staff, recruiting youth, coordinating
placement of youth, and providing case management
services. This is a temporary, position through August
30,1999. Applications are available from the Urban
Development Department, 129 North 10th, Room 110.
Nebraska's Grand Hotel is seeking the following posi
•Servers (fine dining) FT AM/PM
•Renaissance Captain FT PM
(must have fine dining experience)
•Banquet Servers PT
‘Banquet Beverage Supervisor FT
'Servers (casual dining) FT AM
*Host/ess FT AM
•Cashier FT AM/PM
’Desk Clerk Supervisor FT 3-11pm
•Door Staff FT/PT PM
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
Now hiring line cooks. Clean-up, dishwashing, am/pm
servers and hosts. Apply in person. 17th and M.
Wagner’s Food Pride has opening for part-time check
ers, Stockers and sackers. Flexible hours, all shifts.
Apply in person at 3308 A Street.
Wanted part time employees for shifts from
6:30am-2pm. Call 438-0650, Uncoln Espresso.
Wendys 14th & “Q”
Now hiring quality minded people for lunch and evening
shifts. Flexible hours, vacation, and meal discounts.
Apply in person.
Is looking for Youth Soccer Officials. Pay between
S7-$10 per game. If interested apply at the YMCA
Youth Sports office, 1039 P St., Monday-Friday,
Babysitter needed for 2 children, ages 2 and 4, at my
home on Monday, Thursday, and Friday, 6am-9am,
days will vary. If interested please contact Michelle or
Lance at 483-1702 after 5pm.
Having fun in the outdoors with 65 other college
staff, leadership experience, training salary,
room and board, making a difference to kids,
The best thing you’ll ever get paid to do!
Staff needed as cabin Counselors, Pool, Lake,
Horses, Climbing Tower, Nature, Crafts.
Contact YMCA Camp Kitaki in Lincoln now for
an application at (402) 434-9225, or e-mail
Have outdoor fun & gain valuable experience with kids.
Needed: Lifeguards, wranglers, nature, high ropes,
crafts, canoes and sports counselors. Omaha/Council
Bluffs YMCA Camp Pokamoke and Elkhorn. Call
339-9861 for application.
Can you interact with the public, provide great service
and create a safe, fun environment? Be responsible for
patron safety and be a positive role model for children?
Lincoln Parks and Recreation Department is in
terviewing and hiring pool managers, head guards, life
guards, concessions, cashiers and attendants for the
summer swim season. Applications available from the
Administration office at 2740 A Street or Aquatics Office
at 9th and Van Dorn. Call 441 -7892 for more information.
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 Gins (800) 779-2070.
Healthy summer *Stay in Shape* Work outdoors
For Custom Harvesting. Combine operators and truck
drivers. Experience preferred. Good summer wages.
Call (970)483-7490 evenings.
Quarry Oaks Golf Club
Quany Oaks Golf Club is looking for energetic, friendly
people with great customer service skills. Beverage
cart and wait staff positions available. Call
402-944-6004. Ask for Mark.
Quarry Oaks Golf Club
Quarry Oaks Golf Club is looking for seasonal kitchen
help. No experience necessary. If interested, Call
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
sport; 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
Summer in Chicago
Child Care and light housekeeping for suburban Chi
cago families. Must be a responsible, loving,
non-smoking person. Call Northfield Nannies at (847)
Work With Kids
Lincoln Parks and Recreation summer playground po
sitions ($5.70/hr) 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.
Attention Business Students
If you have a 2.5 GPA or above, you may be eligible for
a full tuition scholarship at UNL plus $150 a month
spending money. 2 & 3 year scholarships are now
available. For more info, call Army ROTC, 472-4269.
Have You Been There
And Done That?
Then You Have Done
Deadline: Essential Experiences Recognition
Requirements DUE April 1,1999. Campus-wide
recognition on April 15, 1999. Submit
completed Essential Experiences Reflection
Sheets to 106 Canfield Administration Bldg. Fur
ther information and reflection sheets on our
web site: http://www.unl.edu/sinvolve/ee
You deserve to be recognized for ALL you dol
Questions, call Rosemary Blum, 472-3755.
Downtown YMCAholding lifeguard training classes.
Register now. Call 434-9232.
OMAHA CAMERA SHOW
March 13 and 14,10am-5pm, Radial Social Hall, 1516
NW Radial Highway, Omaha. BUY SELL TRADE. Info:
SPRING BREAK COUNTDOWN
Top 5 List
Reasons to Use Alcohol Irresponsibly over Spring
#1 You’ve always wanted your “Five Minutes of
Fame." You’ll have it after you kill someone while driving
*46% of NU students do somethingthat they regret after
drinking alcohol (Wechsler, 1997). Don’t be another sta
tistic—nave a safe and enjoyable Spring Break
Looking for a summer adventure with all expenses
paid? Apply now for five weeks of challenge and ad
venture. We will even pay you. No obligation. For more
information, call Army ROTC, 472-4269.
Your place for free fantasy sports statistics. Let us run
your fantasy baseball league for no charge. WIN $50 in
our HR Derby, www.maxstats.com
Congratulations to all our new officers! President- Sarah
Young; EBP- Anne Neumayer; MEBP- Lindsey
Brantley, RVP- Kat Rush, Pamela Nick, Kristi Hartell;
Treasurer- Katie Honz; Standards and Ethics- Sarah
Carse; Social Enrichment- Jaci Hopkins: Formal Rush
Summer Mertens; Scholarship- Aly Eveland, NMC
Shannon Smith; Philanthropy- Theresa Pennel; Re
cording Secretary- Carrie Lake; Corresponding Secre
tary- Carrie Lake; Gaurd- Theresa Pennel; Alumni Rela
tions and Public Relations- Chana Boekel; Leadership
Charta Boekel; Chaplin- Anne Neumayer; Spirit Chair
Shannon Smith; Historian- Sarah Horn; Music Chair
Jaci Hopkins; Guest Mart Chair- Olivia Benson.
-Love, your sisters
Alpha Delta Pi 8-ball tourna
Thanks to everybody who participated in the 8 ball
tournament. We had a blast! Congratulations to our 8
bail champs. First place—Jim Sands and Brian Davis
from Phi Psi. Second Place—Wayne Cana and Cory
Laursen. Third place—Jeff Anderson and Adam
Nowak from Delta Tau Delta. The Second Chance
went to Justin Mohlman and Pat Hastings from Delta
love, the ladies of ADPi
S: PROVE ME WRONG!
Congrats to Jenny Semerad and Gina Mangiamelli on
their elections in ASUN! Lead with integrity.
Xi love, your sisters
In loving memory of our sister and friend, Laura
Cockson, on the one-year anniversary of her pass
ing. Please celebrate her life and honor her memory
with a safe spring break.
-the Women of Gamma Phi Beta
Congratulations to the following elected committees:
Standards committee: Kyla Mathis, Mari Marker, Lora
Ullerich, Katy Wolf, Brooke Jambor, Rebecca
Stratbucker and Laurie Seward.
Scholarship Committee: Abby Snavely, Abbie Prentiss,
Amanda Romjue, Maegan McArdle and Andrea
-Love, Your Sisters
The summer editor in chief will formulate editorial policies,
determine guidelines for the daily operation of the newsroom, hire
the senior editorial staff, help determine the content of the
newspaper and prepare the editorial wage budget. Applicants must
have one year of newspaper experience, preferably at the Daily
Nebraskan. The paper is published weekly during the two five-week
summer sessions plus a back-to-school and a New Student issue.
The editor earns $2000 for the summer and reports to the UNL Publications
Board. The editor must be enrolled in at least six credit hours at UNL this spring,
summer or fall, maintain a 2.0 minimum G.P.A., and not be on academic probation. Applications are
available at the Daily Nebraskan office, basement of the Nebraska Union, and must be returned with up to
five clips by noon March 22.
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Applications for membership are available in the Bio
logical Sciences Advising Center in Manter Hall.
Deadline: Friday, March 26th at 4pm.
Alpha Kappa Psi Professional Business Fraternity
would like to congratulate Andy Schuerman, Rachelle
Winkle and Trisha Meuret on being voted into ASUN's
top spots. We have your backs- best of luck to you all!
-The Members of A K M*
Daily Nebraskan Advisory board to the Board of Re
gents - hire the editor, business manager, and advisor.
Pub Bd. acts as a publisher for the Board of Regents
and serves as a liaison between the paper and its
university constituencies, paying particular attention to
complints against the paper.
Nebraska Union Board
This board assumes the role of advocate for the vanous
segments of the Unversify community to the Director of
the Nebraska Unions and the Vice. Cahn. for
Deadline Friday, March 12-4:00pm Applications
available at 115 Nebraska Union.
Attractive & Willing to Talk - 1-900-896-8960 Ext.
9821. $2.99 per minute. Must be 18+. Serv-U
Sports Results - 1-900-896-0021 ext. 6045. $2.99 per
minute. Must be 18+. Serv-U (619)6458434.
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16 Wellsian folk
18 Taj Mahal crop?
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23 Ship from
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