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Housekeeper Gateway Mall
Gateway mall is looking for high energy individuals to
work in our housekeeping department. Paid holidays,
401K plan, and a flexible schedule, benefits included in
these full and part-time positions. We require: an ac
ceptable background check, some evening and week
end work, and cleaning experience is preferred but not
required. Please apply in person, Monday through Fri
day, 10am to 9pm at Customer Service Center, Gateway
Mall. EEO, ADA, M/F
Housekeeping, weekends, starting at 9am. Please apply
in person: Ramada Limited, 4433 N. 27th. Great
job for student.
A representative from the Runza National corporate
office will be at:
70th & Van Dorn
Wednesday, September 29th
to conduct one-on-one interviews with all
Everyone will be interviewed!
No one starts at minimum wage,
no matter your experience or schedule!
Great benefits and a friendly staff of co-workers.
Come check it out!
Intramural Soccer Officials
The Office of Campus Recreation is currently hiring of
ficials for soccer. Starting pay is $5.65/hour, 6-12
hours per week. If interested, please attend the officials’
meetings Tuesday, September 28 at 4pm in the
Nebraska Union and Wednesday, September 29 at
6:15pm in the Campus Recreation Center. For more
information, call 472-3467.
Is now hiring for kitchen staff, $6.50 to start, full or
part-time hours, am and pm. Benefits include 50%
meals, flexible scheduling and insurance for full-time
employees. Accept applications Monday, Tuesday and
Thursday between 2-4pm. Same day interviews.
KLKN-TV has an opening for a part-time Production
Assistant. Duties related to news/general program pro
duction including operation of character generator,
editing of video tape, and assistance in commercial
and station promotion production. Previous experience
and/or education preferred but not required.
Please fill out an application at our office located at
3240 S. 10th St., Lincoln, NE, from 9am-5pm EOE.
Knolls Country Club &
Now taking applications for part-time evening line
cook. Excellent working conditions. Will work with your
schedule. Experience preferred, but will train. Located
at 22nd and Old Cheney Rd. Please call 423-2843.
Personnel needed. Part-time and full-time position
available. Work around school schedule. Must have
good driving record and clean personal appearance,
all 432-5602 to apply.
Fun and rewarding part-time employment. We’ll train
you to be part of the Lenscrafters team. Lab positions
open. Apply in person, LensCrafters, 27th and Pine
Lake Road, Southpointe Pavilion.
Two positions are available at the Gere Branch Library.
One 15 hours and one 20 hours per week, for shelving
books and other library aide duties. Daytime hours and
possible weekend hours. Hourly rate: $5.15. Deadline:
Friday, October 1,1999.
Apply: 9am- 5pm
Bennett Martin Public Library
136 S. 14th St.
Lincoln, Nebraska 68508
Straight truck drivers (no CDL required) and pick-up
truck drivers, part-time, flexible hours. Lincoln Lumber,
932 N. 23rd.
Los Mendoza Mexican
Wait staff and kitchen help wanted, 464-0146.
Evening counter help needed. Fun atmosphere, flexible
hours and days. Apply after 2pm, Maggie Moo’s,
1601 Q Street, Suite D.
Marketing survey associate for telephone inquiries and
consolidation loan industry. Evening hours, $10/hour +
bonuses. Call Neil or Barry at American Home Loans
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LICOLN’S FAVORITE RESTAURANT
FOR 37 YEARS!
One of Lincoln’s finest independent restaurants is cur
rently accepting applications for the following positions:
• Daytime Host Staff
• Daytime Wait Staff
• Daytime Bartender
• Daytime Prep/Line Cook
• Evening Broiler/Line Cook
• Evening Server Assists
• Evening Host Staff
• Evening Bar Staff
Experience preferred, but will train the right individual.
Excellent attendance record a plus. Must be available
to work weekends. We provide an enjoyable, friendly
work environment and top competitive wages! Apply
in person. 63rd & Havelock Ave. EOE
Need PT person to work variety of hours in fast pace
sandwich shop. Apply 816 P Street, in Haymarket.
NU On Wheels drivers needed for school term
11pm-3am, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.
$7.25/hour plus tips. Drug screen required. Must be 21
years of age or over. Call Donna at 477-4111.
Student to assist professional staff with various aspects
of day-to-day operations including but not limited to:
records management, data entry, event management,
and compliance assistance (Big 12/NCAA).
This office is responsible for maintaining various records
across the Men’s/Women's Husker intercollegiate
sports programs. Good communication skills, attention
to detail, an ability to organize information, maintain
confidentiality and work independently on assigned
projects. Must have PC computer skills (Microsoft
Word, Excel, and Access). Prefer someone interested
in athletic administration. Position open immediately;
work 15-20 hours/week fall and spring semester;
full-time, summers. Apply in person at 208 NU Colise
um, Monday-Friday 8-5pm by Monday, October 4.
Own a Computer?
Put it to work. $25-$75/hour, FT or PT.
P.T. Production Operator
KOLN/KGIN-TV has a part-time Production Operator
opening. Duties include camera, C.G., and prompter.
Must be willing to work early mornings, evenings,
weekends, and holidays. App. deadline: 10-1-99. Send
cover letter and resume to Personnel Assistant,
KOLN/KGIN-TV, PO Box 30350, Lincoln, NE 68503.
EOE. Drug testing may be required.
Immediate job openings loading and unloading pack
ages for RPS. $6.50/hour to start plus $1/hour tuition
reimbursement, 5-9 a.m., Monday through Friday, NO
WEEKENDS!! Applications accepted by appointment
Part time delivery driver needed. Monday through Fri
day, 1:30 to 5:30 pm. Apply in person at 125 South
Part-time night auditor needed, 30 hours/week. Apply
at 2801 West O Street, or call 475-4921.
The way hanking should he.
Earn competitive earnings while gaining business ex
perience. Candidates must perform teller transactions,
cross sell bank services, be self motivated, people
oriented, accurate, efficient and present a professional
image. Cash handling or banking experience helpful
but not required. Pick up an application or send resume
to: Human Resources, 7000 Adams, Lincoln, NE
68507. Pinnacle Bank. Member FDIC. EOE.
Part-time temporary positions available at a small re
search firm Lincoln. You will be conducting telephone
interviews for research purposes. NO SELLING! All po
sitions are dayside during the hours of 8am-4pm. You
will work in a friendly, casual environment, starting at
$5.75 per hour. Please apply at 6201 S 58th Street,
Suite A between the hours of 9am and 5pm.
Lancaster Manor seeks a dependable individual for
routine work receiving and directing visitors, performing
clerical duties and/or operating a departmental
switchboard. Qualifications: High school graduate or
equivalent. Criminal history check will be made on top
applicants. Hourly: $7.32; hrs: part-time; 17 1/2 hours
per week, Mondays and Wednesdays 4:30-9pm, alter
nating Fridays; 4:30-9pm, alternating Saturdays and
Must complete a Supplemental questionnaire and an
application returned or postmarked on or before: Friday,
City-County Employment Office
555 S. 10th St. Rm. 107
Lincoln, NE 68508
402/441-7596 (Voice mail Box)
Systems Application Specialist
Sandhills Publishing is looking for graduating students
to fill full-time positions in our Editorial, Graphic Arts,
Marketing, and Systems areas! Sandhills Publishing
produces a variety of trade publications and consumer
magazines in print and electronic form, including Ma
chinery Trade; Truck Paper; Controller; Executive Con
troller; PC. We are looking for innovative and profes
sional individuals to fill our full-time positions. If you
are interested in an exciting career opportunity, be
sure to visit your Career Center by October 5th to sign
up for )n-Campus Interviews or visit our booth at the
BIG CAREER FAIR on October 12th. For more infor
mation, please check out our web site at
Must have your own 35mm SLR camera, flash, de
pendable transportation and willingness to travel. Pho
tograph and help people, have fun at Friday and Satur
day night events. If you like parties, action, people and
photography then put your camera to work, earn your
self some money and have fun doing it. Call: The Picture
Man, 467-2577, Monday-Friday 1-6pm for more
Starting Salary Between
Seeking to fill Customer Service Associate position.
Part time and full time hours available at a variety of lo
cations. Benefits available, preferably 19 years or older
to apply. Call Roxie at 435-3509 Monday-Friday to set
up an appointment. EOE
Student Program Opportunity
Union Bank and Thist Co.
Union Bank offers an excellent training opportunity for
college students interested in banking or related ca
reers. We are currently looking to fill positions in our
♦ Must be freshman/sophomore status in 4 yr. business
♦ 2 year PT employment commitment to the bank
♦ Flexible work hours, 20 per week
♦ Able to work 30+ hours per week during summers
and some holidays
♦ Previous cash handling/customer service preferred
♦ Excellent benefits/compensation
Apply in person M-F 8:30am-5:00pm:
Union Bank & Trust
Human Resources Dept
3600 S. 48th Street
Lincoln, NE 68506
Job Line: 483-9699
& TRUST COMPANY
Students- will these hours work with your schedule?
Monday-Friday 2:30-6:30pm and Saturday 8am-5pm.
We have store clerk positions available at our S. 40th &
Old Cheney and N. 48th & Baldwin locations. If inter
ested please apply Monday-Thursday from 2-5pm at:
2541 N. 48th street
Teacher Assistant Substitutes
Substitute positions available at the Family Service
Downtown Center working with infants or toddlers. Re
sponsibilities: assists supervising teacher with daily ac
tivities, food preparation and providing a safe and
healthy learning environment. Requirements: 6 months
related experience and good communication skills.
Applications are available at Family Service, 501 S 7th
St., Lincoln, NE 68508. Contact Human Resources if
you require accommodation to apply or interview,
TEACHER II and
Seeking dynamic, self-motivated individuals for
Family Service’s School’s Out program working
in Lincoln Public Schools. Full time Teacher II
positions with great benefits and Part time
Teacher Assistants needed. A two or four year
degree in Elementary Education, Early Childhood
or related field with one to two years experience
in working with children. Will work around
class schedules for Teacher Assistants positions.
Teacher II responsibilities include meeting
quality programing guidelines, plan
age-appropriate activities, carry out daily rou
tines. Qualified candidates must communicate
well with families and be organized.
Join our child care team by filling out an applica
tion at Family Service, 501 S. 7th, Lincoln, NE
68508. If you require accommodation to apply
or interview, please contact the Human Re
sources office at 441 -7949. EEOC.
TECHNICIAN COUNSELOR ASSISTANT(S): Part-time
positions available working with clients in a residential
substance abuse program. High school diploma re
quired; ideal for college students or recent graduates
interested in a counseling career. Variable hours; all
shifts including evenings, weekends, holidays,
overnights. Submit letter of application and resume to :
Director of Human Resources, c/o CenterPointe, 1000
S. 13th St., Lincoln, NE 68508. AAEOE.
Nebraska’s Grand Hotel has full and part-time positions
available now! Call 473-2189 for a current listing.
★ Free meals during shift!
★ Paid Vacation!
★ 401 (k) Savings Plans!
★ Six Paid Holidays!
★ Four Personal Days!
★ Low Cost Insurance!
★ 50% discount in both restaurants!
★ Discounts on rooms, banquet events,
& in gift shop!
★ Section 125 Flexible
★ Free professional counseling!
★ Competitive wages!
★ Professional, yet friendly environment!
Apply In Person at Human Resources,
Monday-Friday, 7:30 a.m.-6 p.m.
333 S. 13th St., Lincoln, NE
Use ‘L’ St Entrance
Just a few blocks from UNL!
Wagner’s Food Pride
Has openings tor stockers and checkers. Flexible
hours, evenings and weekends. Apply in person at
3308 A St.
Work in Toronto!
Many U.S. corporations have operations in Toronto.
We market your resume to these corporations and to
the top Canadian corporations. Registration fee is
$25.00. Send your check and your resume on diskette
to: JAS Enterprise, #56, 21 Arnold Crescent, Richmond
Hill, Ontario. Canada L4C 3R0.
Energizer will be on campus November 3rd, 4tn
interviewing Dec. 1999, May and August 2000 graduates who wish
to do spring or fall co-ops.
IE, EE, ME, ChemE, Chemistry, Accounting, Business Admin
and Business Mgmt majors are invited to submit resumes tc
Career Center by Oct. 12th. The interviews will
Visit us at: www.energizer.com
Work With Children
• Do you enjoy working with elementary age
• Can you build relationships quickly with children?
• Would you like a part-time job that could become
a full-time summer position?
If so, the Gallup Child Development Center may have a
position for you. Call our Interviewing Center Todayl
486-6700, Monday-Fridav, 9am-5pm. EOE.
Several swim instructors needed for special YMCA
program. Must be available Tuesday/Thursdays, 1 -2
p.m., Must be experienced. Good pay. Apply at 1039
P Street. 434-9230._
Love kids? Need extra income? Flexible weekday
hours in child care/pre-school. Good pay. Call Annette,
Local and National Internships now!
“Your work experience head quarters!”
UNL’s Student Employment and Internship Center
345 NE Union, 472-3145.
ACT NOW! GET THE BEST SPRING BREAK PRICES!
SOUTH PADRE, CANCUN, JAMAICA, BAHAMAS,
ACAPULCO, FLORIDA, AND MARDIGRAS. REPS
NEEDED, TRAVEL FREE, EARN$$$. GROUP DIS
COUNTS FOR 6+. 1-800-838-8203 or
Attention CBA Students
Shadowing applications are out. Get to know the busi
ness leaders in the community. Pick applications up in
CBA 138. Due October 11th.
Are you looking to:
A. Get involved on campus and in the community?
B. Enhance your leadership skills?
C. Form new friendships with a strong and diverse
group of peers?
D. All of the above.
If your answer was D, apply for the Spring of 2000
Emerging Leaders Class. This class is open to any stu
dent ready to learn and have fun. Applications are in
Student Involvement on the second floor of the Ne
braska Union. They are due October 4th, so hurry!
Campus escort is now open. You don't have to walk
home alone at night. Someone to walk with you is just
a phone call away. Call us at 472-1167. We are open
Monday-Thursday from 6:30-Midnight.
Confidential Gay Men’s
Wednesdays from 6-7:30p.m. For more information
call Dr. Diaz-Perdomo at Counseling and Psychological
Services at 472-7513 or e-mail
Freshman connection, Tuesday nights, 6:30pm
at the Culture Center, (behind Wendy’s).
Check it out. You'll be back.
Student organizations, greek chapters, and residence
hall floors be sure and send your representative to the
first Homecoming 1999 general meeting. The meeting
will be in the Nebraska City Union on Tuesday, Sep
tember 28 at 5 p.m., room to be posted. Attendance
points will be given.
Intramural Indoor Soccer
Tuesday, September 28 is the last day to enter Men’s
and Women’s Indoor Soccer. Enter now at the Office
of Campus Recreation. Call 472-3467 for more infor
1 University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Pick up an application at Student Involvement.
Applications are due October 4th.
A Program for the Millennium.
MAKING PEACE WITH
Break out of unhealthy eating patterns. Develop
flexible and balanced ways to nourish yourself.
Wednesdays 330-4:45 p.m.
September 29-November 17
Register: Sue 472-7450/Karen 472-7478
provehow you think and feet about yo^bK^.
Representative from Creighton School of Law will meet
students Tuesday, September 28, 930-11:30am at the
Arts and Sciences Advising Center, 107 Oldfather.
Stop by or call 472-4190 for an appointment.
Weekly discussions/meetings every Wednesday at
7pm in Room 234 Nebraska Union. For more information
call 472-5644. _
Representative will be at Arts & Sciences Advising, 107
Oldfather Hall on Tuesday, September 28 from 2-5pm.
Call 472-4190 for appointment.
UNMC Radiation Sciences
Representative will be at Arts & Sciences Advising, 107
Oldfather Hall on Wednesday, September 29 from
11 am-2:30pm. Call 472-4190 for appointment. _
75 students can still win $5 if seen wearing their button.
Are you wearing yours? If you want a button, call
Most NU students (79%) drink 5 or fewer drinks
when they party.
Your Bible questions answered. Sponsored by Campus
Advent. Today, 7pm, City Union Auditorium.
AA Meetings every Tuesday at 12:30pm. Room F, lower
level of University Health Center. For more information
Ag Ed Club
Photo scavenger hunt Tuesday 28th at 6:30pm, ECU.
Bring new Ag Ed major/member for prize.
Mark your calendars for the next meeting to take place
on Oct. 11 at 5pm. Please RSVP by email to either
Bobbi or Britt at lewie680aol.com or
brittsonOmsn.com by Oct. 7. See you there!
Campus Red Cross
Wednesday, Sept. 29, 5pm, in basement of the
University Health Center.
All member meeting Wednesday, September 29 at
5:30pm. CBA132. Attendance is mandatory.
There will be an IMA meeting on Wednesday, September
29, at 7:30pm in the Union. Room will be posted.
Representatives from Becker CPA Review will be there
to offer suggestions and tips on the CPA Exam and to
answer any questions.
Interested in helping the College Quiz Bowl Tournament
come to UNL? Call Tom at 472-8146 and/or
come to the informational meeting on September 30 at
7pm in Student Involvement
September 29th, meefin Avery 201 at 6:45 to go tour
Snitily Carr Production Group. Remember dues!
Join us for the PR Club meeting Tuesday at 5:30 pm in
201 Avery. We are having a guest speaker. See you
Meeting Tuesday at 7:30 in the Union. Speakers: Dr.
Hill and Cheryl Skruggs from UNMC Admissions.
NU Pre-Veterinary Club
The NU Pre-Veterinary Club willbe going to Champion’s
Fun Center (approx. 13th and Cornhusker Hwy)
on Wednesday, September 29th. Meet at Champion’s
at 6:30pm. The cost is $8.75 for 2 go-cart tickets and
1 mini golf pass. For more information or directions
stop by the Advising Center at VBS 112B or contact
Aric Brandt. See you there!
Phi Beta Lambda
Social meeting Tuesday, September 28th: We’re off to
Champions! Meet on R Street side of City Union at
7:30pm to carpool. All are welcome to attend.
Pre-Physical Therapy Club
There will be a meeting Tuesday, September 28 at
8pm in the Union. Room will be posted.
Student Education Association
Find out how year round school works at Belmont Ele
mentary on Thursday, September 30, in Henzlik 203 at
Meeting on Tuesday, September 28 at 5:30pm in East
Union. Room will be posted.
Meeting tonight in the City Union at 4:30pm. Free
Extremely important meeting on Tuesday, September
28 for all members. Food will be provided! Lots of in
formation to pick up! Meeting starts at 6p.m. at the Of
fice of Admissions. Don’t miss it!!
UNL Block & Bridle
Meeting Thursday, September 30. 7pm for initiates;
7:30pm for returning members. Guest speaker: Sallie
A belated thank you for the dinner exchange last week.
The roses were a classy touch-such gentlemen!
-The ladies of Alpha Xi
Congratulations to both the New Members and Active
teams on making it into the finals at A T Q Softball.
You made us proud!
-Love, your sisters
Way to go New Members and Actives! We knew you
could win A TO Softball, you’re the best! ... .
A ee, your sisters
aaa New Members,
You think you got us good, huh?! Well
don’t bet on it,
your time will come.
A , your actives
Thanks for a fun and challenging day of softball. Con
gratulations on the championship.
-The ladies of A X fl
Congratulations to our newest member: Molli Buchan
an. We’re so happy to have you here!
-love, your sisters
Thanks so much for the Missouri road trip. We had a
GREAT time!! A big thank you to Todd for organizing
everything. You guys rock!
The Women of Chi Omega
Thanks for the 80's skating party last week. We promise
to dress like Debbie Gibson and Tiffany next time!
-The ladies of Alpha Xi
All Students Invited!!
Student Impact Team
Tuesday, September 28
7:00 Selleck Hall
(Look for signs with directions)
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fights. Visit our greenhouses. Oak Creek Plants I
The High Caliber Band seeking two instrumental
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