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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!
466-6700, Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. B3E.
YMCA grade school age recreation program needs staff
interested in children to work before school (7-9am) or
substitute after school (3-6pm) Monday-Friday or as
^our schedule allows. Apply at NE YMCA, 2601 N.
College Pro is currently hiring for Summer 2000 Man
agement/lntemship positions. If you are interested in
Great Summer Earnings, Skill Development, Resume
Builder, Excellent Leadership and Management Experi
ence, and Internship Credit, please check us out at
www.collegeproedge.com today or call 888-427-7672,
Camp Birchwood for gins, one of Minnesota's finest
summer camps, seeks college students to be counse
lors and instructors for horseback riding (english &
western), sailing / windsurfing, tennis, waterfront activi
ties, sports and cabin counselors. Working with kids in
a camp setting a chance to be part of something signif
icant. Employment begins June 1-August 20. For an
application or to schedule an interview call
1-800-451-5270 or check us out online at:
CAMPUS IDEA, the newest and most exciting grade
school daycamp with Lincoln Parks & Recreation, is
now accepting applications for Recreation Day Camp
Leaders. Duties will include conducting a variety of ac
tive and non-active games and sports, crafts and other
recreational and educational activities. Supervising and
participating in field trips and swimming outings is re
quired. Position requires valid NE licence and ability to
complete department van training. Various shifts
available from 7 am to 7 pm Monday through Friday,
20-30 hours/week. Must be available for entire program,
June 5- August 11. Applications received by
March 3 will be given preference. Apply at Easterday
Recreation Center. 6130 Adams.
Trains End Camp - Baseball, Basketball, Golf, Volley
ball, Mountain Biking, Tennis. Ropes/Challenge
Course, Hockey, Arts & Crafts (woodworking, ceramics,
photography, fine arts, video/klm). Waterfront (canoe,
sailing, kayaking), Pool Instructors, Musical Director
and General Counselors. TOP SALARIES AND BENE
FfTSH! ON-LINE APPLICATION!! 800-406-1404 or
Summer employment opportunity (June through Au
gust) at Camp Lincoln/Camp Lake Hubert in Minneso
ta's lake country since 1909. Meet new friends, expand
horizons, rewarding workwith chikiren, develop leader
ship skills, 30 water/lantf activities. Specific job infor
mation, internships and applications available at the
Student Employment & Internship Center.
Sign up in advance for a personal interview on
_campus Wednesday, February 9.
• Maintain routine written and oral communication
with foreign distributors.
• Translate letters and legal documents sufficiently
for decision making.
• Motivate and assist with product training of
• Must speak English, French, and German fluently.
• Business expenence or education helpful but not
• Basic computer skiHs such as typing and
knowledge of word processing and spreadsheet
Hours: Part-time, 9am-l2pm, approximately 3-5 days
per week. Wage: $7.00-$8.50 per hour. Apply at 1550
N. 20th Circle or send resume to Senior Technologies,
HR/InternationaJ Intern, P.O. Box 80238, Lincoln, NE
68501 or email kwhiteOseniortech com. EOE/AAP. Visit
us on our website at www.seniortechnologies.com.
#1 Panama City Vacations! Party beachfront at Board
walk. Summit Condos and Mark II. Free drink parties!
Walk to best bars! Absolute best price! All major credit
cards accepted! 1-800-234-7007;
•1 Spring Break Vacations! Cancun, Jamaica, Bahamas,
and Florida. Best prices guaranteed! Free Parties
and cover charges! Space is limited! Book It now! All
major credit cards accepted! 1-800-234-7007,
ACT NOW! LAST CHANCE TO RESERVE YOUR SPOT
FOR SPRING BREAK! DISCOUNTS FOR 6 OR MORE!
SOUTH PADRE, CANCUN. JAMAICA, BAHAMAS,
ACAPULCO, FLORIDA & MARDI GRAS. REPS.
NEEDED...TRAVEL FREE. 800-838-8203 /
2000 Spirit of Service Award
Do you or someone you know dedicate time and energy
to improving the NU or Lincoln community? Nominate
yourself, someone you know or a student group
for the 2000 Spirit of Service Award! Nomination forms
are available at Student Involvement, 200 Nebraska
Union and 300 Nebraska East Union. Nominees and
winners will be recognized at the Chancellor's Leader
ship and Service Recognition Reception. Contact
472-2454 with questions.
Our first meeting of 2000 will be held on
Febuary 13, from 5-7pm. RSVP to Britt:
Bobbi (Iewie680aol.com<mailto:lewie68®aol.com>) by
Feburary 10 to join in the fun. See you there!
Student applications to be on the ballot for the
2000-01 Campus Recreation Advisory Council are due
by 7pm on February 15 to either the Campus Recreation
Office, 55 CRec or 32 ECBA. Applications are
available at both OCR offices as well. Inquiries:
CHILDREN’S SWIM LESSONS
Red Cross Leam-to-Swim Levels l-lll for children ages
5-9. $25/child/session for members, $35/child/session
for nonmembers. Next session: February 8-March 9,
Tuesdays & Thursdays, 6:15-7pm, Mabel Lee Pool.
472-3467, NU Campus Recreation.
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 ldiaz-perdomoOunl.edu.
Congratulations to Study
Jayde Will, Allison Ebke, Cathy Winn, Tony Ortiz,
Elizabeth Robinson, Nigora Azimova, Sarah
Giesengagen, Jessica Hofman, Angela Cox, Rashad
Benforo, Katherine Wright, Andrew Ross, Aleta Anthony,
Carey Larsen, John Wise, Beniamin Hubbard, Denise
Horny ah, and Calandra Hersrud.
Call 472-5358 or stop by International Affairs at 420
University Terrace if you haven't received your prize.
DID YOU HEAR?
The Hottest Mega Chib Of The MHfenkim
Dance to the Best Qiscoand High Energy Dance Music.
Friday and Saturday nights. This week only, $1 ad
mission until 10pm with Student ID. Located lower level
of Gold's Galleria. 10th and O Strem. Doors open at
8pm. Dress to ImpresS-No sports wear-Sorry no rap
music. Ages 21 and up. No more standing in the Blah
bars-lt all happens here! Live the magic!
JL University of Nebraska-Lincoln
“Leadership is a process, not an end product." Con
tinue your leadership development as an Emerging
Leader Teaching Assistant. This incredible opportunity
is open to students with junior standing in the fall 2000
semester. Applications are available at Student In
volvement, 200 Nebraska Union and 300 East Campus
Union, and are due Monday. February 7.
Fraternities • Sororities
Clubs • Student Groups
Student organizations earn $1,000-$2.0Clb with the
easy campusfundraiser.com three hour fundraising
event. No sales required. Fundraising dates are filling
quickly, so call today! Contact campusfundraiser.com,
(888) 923-3238, or visit www.campusfundraiser.com.
HEY!I Want To Participate In A
Great Study Abroad Program?
For the past 10 years, Senshu has been the program of
choice for UNL students interested in making the most
of their college career by studying in Tokyo. The program
does not require previous Japanese study, you
do not have to tie a CBA student, and is much more
affordable than you might think! So what are you
waiting for? Find out more information by attending our
first formal information session:
Wednesday, February 2 at 5:30pm in CBA 138.
Or call 472-6805 for more information.
Tuesday, February 1 is the last day to enter Men’s,
Womens, Co-rec and Faculty/Staff racquetball doubles.
Enter now at the Office of Campus Recreation.
For more information, calf 472-3467.
INTRAMURAL SWIM MEETS
The mens and womens swim meets will take place on
Wednesday, February 2 at Mabel Lee Hall Pool. No ad
vance entry is required. Call 472-3467 for more infor
Looking to get involved with Student Government
Elections. IMPACT is still seeking interested students
from various colleges. Can John D. Conley at 436-9665
or e-mail IMPACT_NUOhotmail.com
Begins Febuary 1
Husker Kids & Husker Adventures Summer Camp reg
istration begins February 1 for past participants. Deposit
required. 472-3467, NU Campus Recreation.
Student Government Elections
Filing Forms for
President, 1st Vice President
2nd Vice President
Committee for Fees Allocation
Filing Deadline-Feb. 2 at 4.-00 p.m.
Polls Open at 8:00 a.m.
Campus Recreation is offering the class on Wednesday
evenings (8 wks) from 7:30-9pm, taught by Leon Cald
well, Master Drummers & Dancers. $20 for students
and members, $30 for nonmembers. Class begins 2/2.
Come get a scoop of ice cream with AAFCS at the East
Campus Dairy Store on Wednesday, February 2 at
6pm. We’ll be having a brief meeting as well as taking
nominations for next year’s offices.
Block and Bridal general meeting Thursday Febuary
3rd. 7:00pm Spring annitiates, 7:30pm returning mem
bers. East Campus Union.
Will be meeting this evening. 8 pm in the Goldenrod
Room East Campus Union.
Foundation and Student Gift Committee Meeting, Feb
ruary 1 at 7:00 p/n. in the Union. Please e-mail Robert
at nu-9reekOhotmail.com if you have questions.
Informational meeting tonight in the Union at 7:30pm.
Free food provided. •__
Phi Beta Lambda
Meeting Tuesday, February 1, 7pm in the City Union.
Guest speaker, business attire.
Pre-Law Club .....
First meeting of the semestSf, February 2 at 6pm in the
City Union. . * J, ~ _
Meeting on Wednesday; February 2, at 5:30pm in Bur
nett 126. Everyone welcome!
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Nominations for exec and committee positions are
February 10. Consider many positions and talk to the
current officers ASAP. Call Fiobert Joseph at 438-6522
if you have questions or would just like to be nominated.
Meeting Tonight. February 1 at 6:30 pm CBA 107.
Speaker present, business attire please.
UNL Rodeo Club
Regular meeting Wednesday. February 2 at East Cam
pus Union, room to be posted. Officers: 7pm, members:
Neihardt Gold Parlor 8pm
Food will be provided.
Thanks for the great frosh. We’ll roll around with you
-the freshmen of AGR
Congratulations to Joel Robbins on your recent initiation
Do a little dance, make a little splash, get wet tonight.
Swampwater Stampede Friday, February 4. Vans
leaving ATP at 8:30 pm._
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Thanks for the awesome ‘Death by Disco.' Mb had a
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Thanks for the Groovy disco party! You all really know
how to have a good time!!
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Congratulations to our new initiates: Nick Bassett,
Tobin Santera. Jon Kirscher, Blake Anderson. Andrew
Beil. Kyle McWhirter, Brian Lore, Jason Steffes, Vince
Koehler, Justin Zahn, Jordon Wilggins, Justin Fulton,
Jason Ottis, Andy Hood. Mitch Urosevich, Chris Lee,
Ben Bloomberg, Joe Ruwe, Spencer Swanson, Andy
Osterman, Shawn Wiedel.
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3.5*s and above:
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Congratulations to the intelligent Tiffany Grueber for
getting accepted into pharmacy school. You are the
Love, your proud sisters
Thanks so much for the Superbowl party. You guys
can cook something up for us anytime!!
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Questions about Student Fees??
The Committee for Fees Allocation
Tuesday, February 1 -6:00 pm
in the City Union-room to be posted
CFA will hear the University Health Center
Stop by or call the Student Government office
at 472-2581 for more information
Interested in Student Government? Looking for volun
teers and Senators to help give students voice. Call Ja
son at 464-2979.
Homecoming Steering Committee Chair 2000
Homecoming Royalty Chair 2000
Applications available at
ASUN office-136 Nebraska Union,
Deadline Friday. February 4.
Student-at-large positions open for the 2000-2001 year
beginning the end of March. Be a part of the board that
appoints students to 32 campus wide committees.
Application available in the ASUN office, 136 Nebraska
Union. Deadline is 4:00 pm, Friday. February 4.
Student Impact Team
Tuesday, February 1 at 7 pm, SeMeck Hall Dining
Room. Questions?? 472-2581. _
Keys found on the sidewalk, between west side of
Morril and Andrews Hall. Found Wednesday or Thursday
Call 4jjfr319l to describe and claim them._
Wanted to purchase a Duplex or Triplex in Northeast
Lincoln. Contact Rhonda (785) 738-5775.
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