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WANTED: Mert interested in farming, travel, and retain
ing good money. Drive thick or combine this summer
only or into November We will train and provide room
and board. Requires good MVR. For more info call (316)
356-4236. Mark Heil Harvesting.
WANTED: Personable and friendly young men and
women for seasonal help at Ashland County Club, from
March 1 - October s. Positions are available in wait
ressing, cooking, snack-bar, and bartending. Positions
often change daily and weekly so a wide opportunity to
do different types of things is readily available. Work
hours are very flexible around school, though applicants
should be expected to be able to work some
nights, weekends, and holidays. Wages start at $6 +
tips. Benefits can include free golf and swimming. To
apply contact Amy Smith at (402) 944-3344, _
We are looking to recruit MOTIVATED, HARD WORKING
individuals to join our team. We are hiring for the
• Guest Service Agents
• P/T Night Audit
• Housekeeping ana Laundry Attendant
Fill out an application at: Fairfield Inn, 4221 Industrial
WORK AT THE RECU
Campus Recreation is looking for 2-3 students to work
during Spring Break (and Beyond) on the mainte
nance/grounds crew. Pay: $5.65/hr. min. Apply in
Room 55 of the Campus Recreation Center (Steve
Torske). Need people who can work 2-4 hour shifts.
Hours are variable, depending on students’ schedules.
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.
Yankee Hill 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.
Do you enjoy kids? Tired of paying room and board?
We’re looking for a live-in student to exchange 14
hours/week providing transportation for chil
dren/cleaning in return for free room and board. Private
quarters in Targe southeast Lincoln home. Flexible
hours. Experience with children preferred. References
and a dependable car necessary. Start May or August
2000. Call Penny or leave message at 423-1310.
Full time nanny needed, dependability and highest of
morals a must. Sunday through Monday, 10pm to
7am, would be willing to work with someone on a part
time basis and hours could be somewhat flexible. No
housework required, but must be very loving with chil
dren. Children are ages 14 and 11. Excellent pay and
excellent job opportunities for the right person. Call
500 Summer Jobs/50 Camps/You Choose!!! New
York, Pennsylvania, New England. Instructors Needed:
Tennis, Basketball, Roller Hockey, Soccer, LaCrosse,
Volleyball, Gymnastics, Lifeguards, WSI, Water Skiing,
Sailing, Wind surfing. Aerobics, Archery, Mountain Bik
ing, Rock climbing, Ropes, Dance, Piano Accompanist,
Drama, Ceramics, Woodworking, Photography, Nature,
Nurses, Chefs. Arlene Streisand: 1-800-443-6428;
Positions available for talented, energetic, and fun loving
students as counselors in all team sports including
roller hockey and lacrosse, all individual sports
■such as tennis and golf, waterfront and pool activities,
and specialty activities including art, dance, theatre,
gymnastics, newspaper, rocketry and horseback riding.
GREAT SALARIES, room, board, and travel allowance.
June 17-August 16. Enjoy a great summer that promises
to be unforgettable. Apply Now! For more information:
WINADU www.winadu.com (Boys): 1-800-4-winadu
DAN BEE www.danbee.com (Girls): 1-800-392-3752.
Recruiter will be on campus: Wednesday, April 5,10
am to 4 pm. Nebraska Union - Check Daily Room
Board. Look for us at "The Job Pram” Summer Job
Fair - April 5._[
In teaching you will learn, in learning you will teach!
Make a difference in the lives of children and adults
with physical and developmental disabilities. Spend
your summer at Camp Easter Seal. Call 402-345-2200
and visit with Sara Masten, Director of Camp Easter
Camp Leaders Wanted!
Work with kids in the outdoors, be with friends,
gain leadership skills, POSITIONS OPEN: Life
Guards, Ropes Leaders, Naturalist, Arts and
Crafts Director, Office Coordinator, Grounds
Crew, Store Manager, Video Production, Cabin
Counselors. Contact YMCA Camp Kitaki in
Lincoln now for an application at 402-434-9225,
or e-amil email@example.com
Market, inventory, order, account, supervise, sell
products, real life experience! Store manager
needed to run Camp Kitaki in Lincoln now for an
application at (402) 434-9225, or email campkita
Summer Camp Jobs In Lincoln
Campus Recreations seeks highly motivated students
for a variety of positions with the Husker Kids and
Husker Adventures Recreational Day Camps. Don’t
miss your chance to be a part of this fun and rewarding
experience. Apply at 55 Campus Recreation Center or
32 East Campus Activities Building or visit
www.unl.edu/crec/FY/camps.html Application deadline
is March 10. For more information contact Amy at
472-9431 or 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: KennybrookQAOL.com.
WORK WITH KIDS
Parks and Recreation has openings at 3 rec centers for
summer day camp staff to work with K-7 graders. May
30-August 11, Monday-Friday. Hours available between
6:45am-6:15pm, 20-40 hours per week. Supervise
recreation activities, field-trips, swimming. Calvert
and Easterday have K-6 grade camps. Irving has K-4
grade and 5-7 grade camps. Apply at the center of your
Calvert, 4500 Stockwell 441-8480
Easterday, 6130 Adams 441-7901
Irving, 2010 Van Dorn 441-7954
Marketing/Communications internship, beginning April
2000. Work with great people and gain valuable work
place experience. Necessary skills: interacting with
people, written & oral communications, computer liter
acy and enthusiasm. Please send resume and cover
letter by March 3 to The Document Station-Xerox,
235 S. 70th St., Suite 105; Lincoln NE 68510; Attn: In
Walt Disney World Internship
Come experience the magic at the Walt Disney World
College Program. Presentation Monday, March 6 at
4pm in the City Union. Disney recruiters are looking for
ail majors for summer and fall internships. Must attend
presentation to interview.
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HAVE FUN WHILE WORKING.... selling Okley Sun
glasses replicas. Top quality guaranteed, all styles.
$60/dozen, 10 dozen minimum. 651-456-9662,"
#1 Panama City Vacations! Party beachfront at Board
walk, Summit Condos and Mark It. 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 acceptedl 1-800-234-7007,
Improv Comedy, Thursday, March 2 in the Union Cen
tennial Room, 9:00g.m. Free from UPC!
Ping Pong Ball Drop TODAY 12:00p.m. in the Union
Plaza. Win gift certificates, dinner for 2 at Lazio's, and
more! Prizes must be claimed at UPC’s Comedy
Sportz, 9:00p.m. tonight in the Centennial Room.
presents the French film
SAME OLD SONG
in French with English subtitles
Sunday, March 5
Mary Riepma Ross Theatre in
Sheldon Art Gallery
Times: 2:30pm, 4:45pm, 7pm, 9:15pm
Tickets: $4.50 students w/UNL ID
We are holding officer elections during our next meeting
on March 5th (5-7pm). It is very important that all
members attend-so please come! RSVP to Britt
(firstname.lastname@example.org) or Bobbi (email@example.com) by
March 3rd. Looking forward to seeing you there!
The Cather Circle is a brand newinterest group of the
Nebraska Alumni Association consisting of NU.'s rbost
outstanding women alumni. If you are a current female
undergraduate or graduate student with strong leader
ship and a sincere interest in your future, consider ap
plying for the Cather Circle Mentoring Program. Appli
cation deadline is March 3. They are available at ttje
Wick Alumnj Center or online at
FAMILY FUN NIGHT
Campus Recreation wilt be hosting Family Fun Night
on March 3 from 5:30-7:30pm. An evening of family tun
and games, prizes, and food will be provided free to
families of the University Community! Fore more infor
mation, call 472-3467.
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Looking to Make a Positive
Impact on Campus?
The Leadership Team provides you with an opportunity
to make a genuine positive impact on the UNL commu
nity. By providing leadership assistance to student
groups, you'll be able to ensure that your fellow students
will have the best opportunities at becoming involved on
campus. Time commitments will vary, but
accommodations can be made to help you fit the Lead
ership Team in your schedule. Rck up an application at
Student Involvement and return it completed by March
6. For more information, contact Student Involvement
Nebraska Union Board
The board assumes the role of advocate for the various
segments of the University community to the Director
of the Nebraska Unions and the Vice Chancellor for
Student Affairs. Deadline Friday, March 10. Applications
available at 136 Nebraska Union.
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Student Foundation scholarships are now available. All
full-time students are welcome and encouraged to ap
ply. Please pick up your application in either the City
Campus or East Campus Student Involvement office.
Applications are due on March 31. Any questions con
tact JoDee at 436-0933.
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Admissions representatives from UNMC Medicine will
present a session, “Admissions to Medical School," on
Thursday, March 2, 5:00 pm, Nebraska Union - room
posted. Information: Arts & Sciences Advising Center,
472-4190. ' ' ; ,■ _*
Watch The Cranes!
Take time to appreciate one of the wonders of Nebras
ka-the sandhill cranes. NU Outdoor Recreation is taking
a trip March 25 to view the cranes and other Nebraska
wildlife. Cost: $90, includes food, transportation, guides,
and insurance. Register by March 21.
Block and Bridle
3eneral meeting, quiz bowl final and banquet. Thursday,
March 2 starting at 5:15 pm. B101 Animal Science.
Friends of the Deaf Community will meet Thursday,
March £ at 5:30 pm in Student Union, room will be
FINANCE CLUB MEETING
7pm, pop & pizza. CBA Room 31.
Habitat For Hummanity
Meeting at 5:30 in the Union (Room TBA).
The Parking Advisory Committee will meet Friday,
March 3, 2000 at 3pm in the City Campus Union, room
will be posted. __
Meeting March 2 at 5pm in Oldfather Hall room 308.
PA Daniel Danaher will be speaking. Everyone is wel
Election meeting March 7 at 6:00p.m. in Henzlik 107.
Your vote counts!
Thanks for a great dinner exchange. We had fun hanging
out with you and hope to do it again sometime.
-The Men of Beta
Thank you to all the teams who participated in the
8-ball tournament. We would like to congratulate our
winners Max & Wayne, and the second place winners
Derrick and Tony from ATfl. Great job gentlemen,
You’ve got our back, we know it too when we finally
find it, we'll catch you! Thanks for Friday, we’ll FAC it
-The Men of AY
Congratulations to Jeff Barwig and Aaron Dupree on a
great job with their performance in All in the Timing.
Jeff, you really are a good little monkey.
Thanks for the wonderful Dinner Exchange!
-the men of A TP
Congratulations to the newly elected Student Founda
tion officers: Chris Smith - New Member Recruitment.
Lucas Stock and Eric Keetle - Public Relations.
New Position Open
NU on Wheels Coordinator
Funded by student fees
Applications available at 136 Nebraska Union.
Deadline: March 6
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