The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, January 13, 2000, Page 13, Image 13

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    Production Assistant
Time Warner Cable is seeking a part-time production
assistant to work with the public access channels.
Qualified applicants will have a high school education
or equivalent and possess strong video production
skills. Undergraduate course workln video production
a plus. Applicants must be able to communicate effec
tively with co-workers and community cable users.
Successful applicants will enjoy free cable if you live in
the service area. Apply in person at Time Warner Cable,
5400 S. 16th Street, Lincoln, NE 68512. Respond
by January 18, 2000. Post offer drug test required.
Time Warner Cable is an Equal Opportunity Employ
er. M/F/D/Vl
Book national media tours and events. Prefer Advertis
ing/PR major, 20 hours per week, must be available
Tuesdays and some mornings. Fax resume to Avalon
Marketing & Communications, 402-466-4594.
Rapidly growing international investment firm is looking
for 2 highly motivated individuals to assist the Marketing
Marketing Assistant
Responsibilities: Production of presentation materials,
such as editing, printing and binding. This position is
ideal for a student interested in a marketing career. Re
quirements: Experience with QuarkXPress or
Web Designer
Responsibilities: Wbrk independently on the company
website and will have an exceptional amount of freedom
in scheduling hours. A great opportunity for any
student aspiring for a career as a webmaster. Require
ments: Experience with Dreamweaver or equivalent.
Some experience with web design and site manage
Students interested in these positions should send a
cover letter and resume to Michelle St. Clair, Chief Op
erations Officer, at Schwendiman Partners LLC, 1201
‘O’ Street, Suite 200, Lincoln, NE 68508 or via e-mail to Please direct all questions
to Jennifer Cusick-Rawlinson at (402) 441-0046 or jen
Shifts: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday 8a.m.-l :30p.m.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 1:30-8:30p.m.
Every other Saturday 9a.m.-5p.m. Weekend Sunday
10a.m.-4p.m. Please send resume or apply in person
Attn: Michael Ryan
4405 Normal Blvd.
Lincoln, Nebraska 68506
Parks and Recreation has positions available now for
leaders with before and/or after school recreation for el
ementary children. This is a great experience for stu
dents wanting to get into the education field. Apply
now by calling the Playground Office at 441 -7952, Irving
Rec. Center, 2010 Van Dorn.
Parks and Recreation has positions available now for
leaders with before and/or after school recreation pro
grams for elementary children. This is a great experience
for students wanting to get into the education
field. Apply now by calling the Playground Office at
441 -7952, Irving Recreation Center, 2010 Van Dorn.
Special Events
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
$6.50 & $7.00
Seeking to fill the customer service associate positions.
Part-time and full-time hours available at a variety of
locations. Benefits available. Preferable 19 years
?r older to apply. Caller automatize interview line at
1-800-323-4967. Please use reference: NUMBER 141;
24 hours a day 7 days a week.
An Equal Opportunity Employer
a Student
JL Uni vtnity of Ndmka-Lancoh
Student Staff Assistant
Publication Assistant
Student Involvement is taking applications for a Pub
lishing Assistant. Position publishes a monthly news
letter and works on 2-3 major publications a year.
Summer employment is possible. Primary duties include
desktop publishing, layout design, and placement of
graphic elements. Desktop publishing experience is
desirable. Position is 15-20 hours a week at
$5.90 per hour. Applications available in Student In
volvement, 200 Nebraska Union and 300 Nebraska
East Union. Interviews begin immediately. Apply todayl
Looking for dependable employees with customer
service experience. Several shifts open. Flexible hours,
good pay. Apply in person. Paycheck Advance, 1144
Cornhusker Highway.
Nebraska’s Grand Hotel has full and part-time positions
available now! Call 473-2189 for a current listing.
We offer:
♦ Free meals during shiftl
♦ Paid Vacation!
+ 401(k) Savings Plans!
♦ Six Paid Holidays!
♦ Four Personal Days!
+ Four Sick Days!
♦ Low Cost Insurance!
♦ 50% discount in both restaurants!
♦ Discounts on rooms, banquet events,
&in gift shop!
♦ Section 125 Flexible
spending Account
♦ Free professional counseling!
♦ Competitive wages!
♦ Professional, yet friendly environment!
Apply In Person at Human Resources,
Monday-Friday, 8am - 5pm.
333 S. 13th St: Lincoln, NE
Use ‘L’ St Entrance
Just a few blocks from UNL!
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The first step to business management experience
starts here! We are looking for a few fun loving people
to join our team.
• Excellent pay
• Free meals while working
• Flexible schedules
• Monthly cash bonuses
• Scholarship program
• Opportunities for promotion to management
• Health, dental, life
• Paid vacation, holidays
• Premium pay for closing and weekends
You bring your desire to work and your sense of fun.
46th ft Vine
Lincoln, NE
Tutors are needed in the Hewit Academic Center for
Math, Spanish, and upper level Business courses. We
are seeking upper level undergraduate and graduate
students with a GPA of 3.0 or above. Excellent com
munication skills are a must. Tutors will earn $6.00 per
hour and will have flexible and variable hours. If inter
ested, apply at 300 West Stadium (underneath Memori
al Stadium) or call Katie at 472-4620.
UNL On-Line College Program
Use the latest technology including Rash and Real Vid
eo to put college courses on-line. Opportunity to learn
and use Perl and JavaScript. $6.00/hour, 10-20
hours/week, flexible schedule available. Call Iver Da
vidson, 472-4353.
Vital Services is seeking independent individuals to
work with disabled adults and children. Part time eve
nings and weekends. Call 465-5664 or 476-0645. Ask
for Janet.
Volunteers Needed
The American Reads program is looking for volunteers
to assist with tutoring, after-school activities and en
richment activities. This program works with K-3 mi
nority children in the Arnold Heights area. If you are in
terested or have questions, please call Allegra Guzman
at the Carol Yoakum Family Resource Center,
Wanted: Experienced aerobics instructors for local fit
ness center. Call 476-6600 between 8:30-3:30, Mon
Work With Children
•Do you enjoy working with infants/toddlers or
pre-school age children?
•Are you excited about the development of children?
•Would you like to be eligible for a tuition scholarship?
If so, the Gallup Child Development Center may have a
position for you. Call our Interviewing Center Today!
486-6700, Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. EOE.
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Do you know someone taking the semester
Are you, or do you know someone who is an
‘all-around good person' who loves babies and
children? University family with baby & 5 year old
in Southeast Lincoln needs the "right person” to
come be a mother's helper, and do daily tasks of
light housekeeping including taking care of the
baby, picking up, laundry, some errands, light
cooking, assisting with the aftemoon/evening
routine from 3:00p.m. until 8:30p.m. (Some
Tuesday & Thursday nights this semester)
Couple hours off mid-day. Off on Saturdays and
Sundays. Off a week in Feb, April & May.
Compensation: Room & Board (Private room &
bath suite). Prairie Life membership, plus pay
(amount d.o.e.)l Child Development or Early
Education majors preferred, but not required.
Excellent references a must! CALL IMMEDIATE
LY IF INTERESTED as decision being made THIS
WEEKEND!!! Call 488-7413 and tell me why
you'd be a great nanny! P.S. We’re also looking
for some great babysitters!
Part-time infant care in our home two days/week. East
Campus neighborhood. 465-5393
Someone needed to babysit a three year old and one
year old Monday-Friday, 8-12 or 1-5. Apply in person
at Miller Mailing, 5005 South 16th St. 423-6482
Go To Camp This Summer!
Nebraska’s premiere 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, out
doors, and the experience of a lifetime. Call
YMCA Camp Kitaki in Lincoln for an application
at (402) 434-9225, or e-mail
Interns Wanted
The Nebraska Appleseed Center for Law in the Public
Interest, an affiliate of Ralph Nader's Appleseed
Foundation, is seeking interns for the spring semester.
Our projects focus on a number of issues, including
welfare reform, immigrant rights, living wage ordi
nances, and the online dissemination of poverty law in
formation. Interested parties should contact us at
438-8853 or by email at
600s HNfcM
MAZATLAN & CANCUN: Spring Break from $369.00.
Includes 14 free meals and 23 hours of free drinks.
We've been taking students for 32 years. Want to travel
free, ask how! Call toll free, 1-800-395-4896,
Spring Break 2000
All the information you need. Panama City, Daytona,
Key West, South Padre.
$400 Scholarship
This scholarship is sponsored by the University Am
bassadors. The application is due on Jan. 28. This
scholarship is open to all students not involved with
the University Ambassadors. Applications are available
at the Office of Admissions and Student Involvement.
Attention Entrepreneurs
All undergraduates in Nebraska who own their own/run
their own business are eligible to win $1000. Call Marli
or Kelly at 472-3353 for a Nebraska Collegiate Entre
preneur Award application. Application deadline: Friday,
January 21,1999.
Attention UPC members: Meeting on Tuesday, January
18. Execs at 6:30 pm. All members at 7:00 pm. In Stu
dent Involvement.
CBA Students
Want to get involved? Need to spice up your resume?
Join Delta Sigma Pi, CBA's premier co-ed business
fraternity. Informational meetings will be held in CBA
222 on Wednesday. January 12 from 6-7pm and
Wednesday and Thursday, January 19 and 20 from
7-8pm. Stop by our booth across from the CBA advising
office, or call Darius at 436-9937 for more information.
Cool buttons, tees, stickers, jewelry, and morel Boon
doggles, 120 N. 14th Street (inside the Ozone)."
Eating Disorder Research
Graduate student in the Communication studies
department is seeking women (19+ years) who
have struggled with an eating disorder to take
part in a confidential interview aimed at increas
ing our understanding of the role that communi
cation behaviors play in the development and
maintenance of eating disorders.
For more information about this study, please
contact Sheri Blok at (402) 471-8810 or
Student Election Group
“Working to improve your NU experience!”
Interested in Student Government Elections? Come
check our informational meeting on Sunday at 3 p.m. in
the Union. Room will be posted.
Innocents Society
Chancellor’s Senior Honorary
Applications for membership and for freshmen schol
arships are now available. They are both due by January
21, 2000, and are available at Student Involvement,
106 Administration, Culture Center, and Honor’s Office.
The last day to enter Men’s, Women’s, and Faculty/Staff
basketball is Tuesday, January 18. Don’t delay!
Enter your team now at the Office of Campus Recrea
tion. Call 472-3467 for more information.
Thursday, January 13 is the last day to enter Men’s
and Women’s Broomball. Enter your team now at the
Office of Campus Recreation. For more information, call
Intramural Pre-Season
Basketball Tournament
Tuesday, January 18 is the last day to enter the men’s
and women’s pre-season basketball tournament. Enter
your team now at the Office of Campus Recreation. For
more information, call 472-3467.
Intramural Sports
Trivia Contest
The men’s, women’s, and co-rec’s sports trivia contest
will be held Thursday, January 13 at the Campus
Recreation Center. The contest starts at 6:30pm. No
advanced entries are necessary. Enter on site the day
of the competition. Call 472-3467 for more information.
Mortar Board is a National Senior Honor Society that
recognizes college seniors for distinguished ability and
achievement in exceptional scholarship, leadership,
and service. All JUNIORS with a 3.3 GPA or higher are
invited to seek membership in the Black Masque
Mortar Board also invites outstanding freshmen, soph
omores, and seniors that demonstrate the same high
standards to apply as Mortar Board Notables.
Information sheets are available now at the Office of
Student Involvement, the Culture Center, the Honors
Lounge (118 Neihardt), the ASUN office, 106 Canfield
Administration, the Hewit Center, the Multi-Cultural Af
fairs Office, and the Office of Greek Affairs.
Completed informational sheets are due Friday, Jan. 14
at 4pm to 106 Canfield Administration.
Applications for Student Alumni Association are now
available! Be a part of the group that is known on cam
pus for its unmatched leadership, involvement and fun.
Information sessions: January 18, 7 pm, City Union
and January 19,7 pm, Wick Alumni Center
Pick up applications at the Wick, ASUN, Student In
volvement and the Culture Center.
Filing forms are now available
at 136 Nebraska Union for the
Student Government Election March 1
Support The Dream!
Visit the MIX booth in the City Union in front of Burger
King, Thursday, January 13 to learn how you can be a
part of the dream through volunteering in your commu
S Student
A University of Nebriski-Lmcoln
Meeting tonight at 6:00 pm in the campus recreation
center tv lounge. Newcomers welcome. Tyler:
University of Nebraska
Cycling Club
Novice to expert road, mountain or if you want to com
pete or just learn more about the sport, this is the place
for you. The meeting will be on Wednesday, January 19
at 8:30 pm, Rec Center TV lounge.
Non-alcoholic Back to School Dance Party. This Satur
day, Jan. 16. Starts at 11pm in the PIT. All ladies wel
Committee For Fees
Allocation Off Campus
Be a part of the Committee that reviews student fees.
Deadline: January 21 at 4:00p.m.
Applications available at 136 Nebraska Union.
Filing forms are now available
at 136 Nebraska Union for the
Student Government Election March 1
Happy Birthday Diane. We love you.
-From your Pooh Family
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