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Wanted Teacher/Naturalist at the Pioneers Park Nature
c®mer- Must enjoy nature and working with school
children in an outdoor educational setting. Work ap
proximately 12-25 hours per week leading nature hikes
at the Nature Center. Applications at the Nature Center
or Lincoln Parks and Recreation Office at 2740 *A"
Street. For more information contact: Nancy Furman at
_ THE CORNHUSKER
Nebraska’s Grand Hotel has full and part-time positions
available now! Call 473-2789 for a current listing.
♦ Free meals during shift!
♦ 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
♦ 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!
Wait Staff Wanted
Bunker’s Sports Bar and Grill now hiring day and eve
ning waits. Call 488-8838 or apply in person at 8901
Augusta Drive, Lincoln NE 68520.
YOUTH SERVICES >
Want to gain hands on experience in the field of human
services working in our various programs including crisis
shelters, residential and day treatment centers and
group homes? Our Relief Youth Specialist position
• Flexible schedules
• Potential for advancement
• Possible college credit
• $7.00 per hour
Must be available to work 16 scheduled hours per
week and carry an agency pager an additional 8 hours.
Must have a high school diploma and a valid NE driver's
license. Open until filled. Want to gain hands on
experience in the field of Early Care Development and
Human Services? Our On-Call Child Care positions of
» Daytime hours Monday - Friday
• Advancement opportunities
• Earn college credit
• Opportunity to gain Head Start program
• $7.00 per hour
Must have a high school diploma or equivalent. Open
until filled. Submit completed application to Cedars
Youth Services, 620 N. 48th, Suite 100, Lincoln, NE
68504 or call 434-5437 to have an application mailed.
Resumes will not be substituted for the application.
WE NEED GRADUATE ASSISTANTS
In Student Involvement for the 2000-2001 academic
year. Assistantships offer opportunities for decision
making, goal setting, policy development and
evaluation. Applications and position descriptions awe
available at 200 NU, 300 ECU. the Culture Center and
the Women’s Center. Positions filled on an ongoing hir
ing process. __
Work With Children
•Do you enjoy working with infants/toddlers or
pre-school age children?
•Are you exerted 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.
Yankee HiM Country Club is now hiring for full time and
part time banquet servers, wait staff and bartenders.
We offer excellent salary plus gratuity. Paid uniforms
and meals. Flexible scheduling and a positive and fun
working environment. Hiring immediately. Apply at
7600 San Mateo Lane, Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-9pm.
Love kids? Have a car? Need money? Tired of the
Laundromat? Busy single parent seeks dependable,
honest, responsible student for occasional evening
child care for healthy, active 3-year-old son. Some
weekends and possible overnights for business travel.
Southeast Lincoln residence. Ideal person would be in
terested in a long term relationship with son and
childcare partnership (pay!) with me. References re
quired. Leave message at 327-0025.
Nanny needed to help out with infant staring in April.
Experience necessary, flexible hours, looking for some
one who can work 25-30 hours in the summer.
Dependable UNL approved work study student neided
to assist in tropical fish care. Flexible hours.
$6.50/hour. 472-0682, or come to room 2 Manter.
CAMP STARLIGHT, a co-ed resident camp in the
mountain lake area of N.E. Pennsylvania, is looking for
enthusiastic college students (sophomore level -t-) in
the following areas: General Cabin Counselors. Athletic
Specialists, Waterfront Specialists, Outdoor Adventure
Specialists (l.e. Ropes Course, etc.) and Arts & Crafts
Specialists. Join our staff of college students from
around the U.S. and abroad and enjoy the perfect bal
ance of work and fun! Modem facilities in a country set
ting. Good salary and travel allowance. Field work and
internships encouraged. (6/20-8/18). For more informa
tion and application, call toll free at 877-875-3971 or
e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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, boat driver, woodworking, photography,
ceramics, ropes/wall. Kennybrook - 633 Saw Mill River
Road, Ardsley, N.Y. 10502. Fax (914) 693-7678.
1-800-58-Camp2, E-Mail: Kennybrook@AOL.com.
The 4-H Camps in Nebraska, located at the Nebraska
National Forest-Halsey, Schram State Park-Gretna, and
Harlan County Reservoir-Alma, are accepting applica
tions for summer staff. Spend mid-May to mid-August
leading youth in outdoor programs. You will be trained
to teach nature, ropes/confidence course, canoeing,
tubing, crafts, overnight camping, and many more pro
grams. You do not need to be in 4-H to apply. Applica
tion deadline is February 28, 2000. For information call
402-472-6717 ore-mail email@example.com.
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email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
#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 limitedl 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 /
M'KUNli bKEAK 20001
This Friday night hearths sounds of Nebraska's number
one band, ONE MORE TIME at Lincoln’s number
one night club. Happy hour starts at 5pm. Dress to im
press, )eans are definitely OK.
about the upcoming
Come and meet your
and be informed about
the March election.
Questions - Resat 742-5333 or
Rami at 436-0774
Applications Are Due!
Work with great student leaders, earn a $500 scholar
ship per semester, and have lots of fun as a CASNR
Ambassador! Application* are due February 17 in the
CASNR Dean's office. >
Committee for Fees Allocation
will be meeting Thursday, February 17
at 6pm m the City Union
to hear the appeals of
the University Program Council
and the Nebraska Union
on their budget requests.
Open to tne Public. _
Do You Mean What You Say?
Is violence embedded in your language? Join PRE
VENTS round table discussion on Thursday, February
17 at 7:30pm in the Nebraska Union. Call 472-9428 for
Graduate student (HHP) is seeking anyone between
19-40 years to participate in a confidential study. This
study will include analyzing soccer skills on the com
puter. Earn up to $40.1 interested, contact Kemal
Makasci at (402) 438-8801.
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The manager meeting for men's, women’s and co-rec
floor hockefwiH be held Thursday, February 17 at 5:00
pm in the Nebraska Union. Each team must have one
representative present to be eligible for competition.
CaH 472-3467 for more information.
It’s Clinique Bonus Time!!
Get to Ben Simon’s Gateway for “Best Bloom,” your
free gift with purchase! Ask for a free cosmetics punch
card. Now through 2/26. Call Ben Simon’s cosmetics
counter, 434-7445 for details.
People Will Notice
GATEWAY MALL — 434-7400
Information and application
available at the following locations:
ASUN -136 City Union
Student Involvement - City and East Union
Multi-Cultural Affairs - 220 Administration
Vice Chancellor Student Affairs -106 Administration
Deadline 4pm - February 28.
Apply for Army ROTC Camp Challenge. It’s a 5-week
paid adventure where you'll learn to rappel, navigate
and learn to be a leader. Plus, you'll get a chance at a
college scholarship. Call 472-4269 for details, email:
email@example.com or visit our website at
www.unl.edu/armyrotc. There is no military commit
Friends of the Deaf Community will meet today February
17 at 5:30pm in the City Campus Student Union,
room will be posted. We will have another member of
the deaf community present. Information about the Ne
braska Art Festival.
Meeting tonight, 7pm in the Union, guest speaker. Get
in on club trip to Chicago.
Iranian Involvement International meeting at 6pm in the
Union. There will be free Persian soup.
Work party tonight 8pm at the Culture Center. All can
didates must attend. As an added bonus, see Heath on
A late thanks for all of you ladies who came to the
soph-frosh. We had a great time, and look forward to
hanging out again.
' _- The Men of Beta
Congratulations to all Rugby team members for winning
the Big 12 championship and to Mark Coe for being
selected to the AM-Big 12 Rugby team.
Congratulations Sarah Schoenrock for being accepted
into Teachers college.
Love, Your Sisters
ATO AAA XG
Thanks for a great time at the Biker Party. The guys
and gals up in Sturgis don’t have anything on us.
- The Men of Beta
Congratulations to the following brothers on their 4.0's:
Chris Cederburg, Phil Christensen, Blaine Christiansen,
Rick Fuchs, Ryan Fuchs. Kyle Hartung, Ryan Jankord,
Justin Kauk, Eric Knight, Bryan Purdy, David Ridenour,
Travis Robinson, Taylor Thompson. Congratulations to
the chapter on a great semester of 3.314. Keep up the
good work guys.
- Your Brothers
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Thanks for making the biker party a success! You all
looked great in your leather and we’ll party with you
The Ladies of Chi Omega
Congrats to Julie Maskil on her acceptance to Teachers
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Congratulations to Merry Stackhouse and Michelle
Schrage on their acceptance to Student Alumni Associ
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Congratulations to our brother of the week, Jason
Jenson, for throwing a great Valentine's day crush party
(even without a date). You deserve a tip jar!!
F*hi Alpha, Your Brothers
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