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Summer Camp Jobs. NY, PA, New England. Instructors
needed: Tennis, Basketball, Roller Hockey, Soccer,
LAX, Volleyball, Gymnastics, Lifeguard, WSI, Waterski
ing, Sailing, Canoe, Windsurfing, Archery, Mt. Biking,
Rockdimbmg, Ropes, Dance, Piano Accompanist, Dra
ma, Ceramics, Woodshop, Arts and Crafts, Nature,
RN's, Chef. Arlene Streisand; 1-800-443-6428;
Summer Positions Available
Not sure what you are doing yet this summer? Join the
NLOM Summer Ministry Team 2000. A few positions
are still available including counselors, lifeguards,
wranglers, health care specialists, creative art special
ists, maintenance, food service workers, ana many
more. We offer room and board, free laundry facilities,
$1650 salary plus a $300 tuition credit. For application
information call NLOM toll free at 888-656-6254pr
check out our web site at www.nlom.org.' f
Summer staff needed for middle school day camp.
Part-time and full-time. Call 475-0805.
(Summer staff needed for school-age child care. I
Fun program in elementary schools. 475-0805.
Need a summer job fast? Make $6,000 + run your own
business, travel, college credit. Only a few positions
left. Call 1-800-776-2941._
For Red Cross lessons. Part-time from June 19-August
4. $6-$6.75/hour. Apply at 220 Oak Creek Drive or call
UNIQUE SUMMER JOBS IN BEAUTIFUL MINNESOTA.
Spend 4-13 weeks in the “Land of 10,000 Lakes." Earn
salary plus room/board. Counselors, nurses, travel
guides, lifeguards, and other positions available at
Minnesota campus for children/adults with disabilities.
EOE. Friendship Ventures, 1-800-450-8376.
The Nebraska Appleseed Center for Law in the Public
Interest, an affiliate of Ralph Nader’s Appleseed
Foundation, is seeking interns for the summer. Our
projects focus on a number of issues, including welfare
reform, immigrant rights, living wage ordinances, and
the online dissemination of poverty Taw information. In
terested parties should contact us at 438-8853 or by
email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Paid Internet internship. Lead campus promotions for
new on-line company. Call Adam, 1-888-420-9800
ext.319 or e-mail: email@example.com. ( j
Own a computer? Earn extra $500-4000/month
part-time/full-time. Free booklet.
“Who’s Behind Those Foster Grant Sunglasses?”
Acuvue/Surevue contact lenses $17.50/box. Postage
free with four box order. Write firstname.lastname@example.org for
Agronomy Club picnic, April 26 at 6pm. More informa
tion at Rant Science 276.
get all the answers:
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
i Looking For Graduate
Student To Serve As An
Advisor In Residence For
A UNL Fraternity
University of Nebraska Fraternity is looking for a
male graduate student with background in educa
tion and or leadership development to serve as a
live-in advisor. Position would include academic
counseling and program development as well as
leadership, ethics, values and conflict resolution
education for the membership and support for ex
ecutive officers in areas of rule enforcement. Posi
tion would work in conjunction with House Parent
and would report directly to Alumni Advisor(s) and
National Fraternity Office.
Although having been a member of a fraternity
would be beneficial to such a person, it is not a
requirement of the position.
Benefits include $2000 annual salary to be paid
every two weeks in the approximate amount of
$125.00. There is a potential $1000 bonus if goals
established and general reporting requirements
are met. Also included is free room and board (a
single room at no cost and all meals). Other finan
cial opportunities may be provided and discussed
at time of interview.
Specific areas of programming will be identified as
needing attention and outlined as part of the job
expectations and requirements-! We will provide a|
weekend training program (this'summer) througf?
our National Fraternity as well as additional train
ing and understanding of issues and responsibili
ties through a series of meetings over the summer
with alumni advisors.
This role would begin in the fall of 2000 and serve
through the spring of 2001 with options for ex
tending the contract to be considered!
Interested candidates should submit cover letter
and resume, no later than Friday, April 28, 2000,
UNL Greek Affairs
Attn: Linda Schwartzkopf
332 Nebraska Union
Lincoln, NE 68588-0458
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( HAPPINeSS IS A ^
Absolutely NO finals may be given during Dead Week.
Finals can ONLY be moved to another time DURING
FINALS WEEK with the unanimous consent of the
class. Quizzes ere acceptable. Stop by the ASUN of
fice, 136 Nebraska Union with questions or complaints
or call 472-2581.
If you attended classes in the spring of 2000 at UNL
but reside in Omaha for the summer, you are eligible to
use the Campus Recreation Facilities at UNO at a mini
mal charge of only $37.25 for the summer. Stop by the
Health, Physical, Education and Recreation Building,
Room 100 and show us your current Student I.D. to
purchase a pass to exercise, play sports or swim. For
more information call 554-2539.
The Scarlet and Cream Singers are seeking a techni
cian for the 2000-01 school year to run stage sound
and lights. Basic knowledge of technical equipment re
quired. This is not a paid position, but a scholarship is
provided. “Benefits package” includes several unique
opportunities to travel. For more information, please
If you received an invitation to our reception, remember
to RSVP to email@example.com by no later than Fri
day, April 28. Come for free food and see what we are
“Can / use my
frat brother as
I get all the answers:
Travelers seeking travelers. Join the sixdegrees Travel
Club 2000 and get connected. Meet new people and
stay in touch with those you know at
www.sixdegrees.com. Join now and receive a free CD
complete with games, animation and music, including
the sounds of Smash Mouth and Tonic.
The Independent Students' Association invites every
one to our final meeting April 27.6pm at BW3’s.
Business Woman of the Year Banquet tonight at 5:30
pm at Spaghetti Works downtown. Everyone please
come. Members’ meals are paid for and please dress
Meeting Wednesday, April 26 at 7pm in the East Cam
Congratulations to the A Floor Hockey team on winning
the Fraternity A League. Good luck in All-U.
Congratulations to the C Floor Hockey team on winning
the Fraternity C League. Next year, All-U is yours.
Congratulations to the B Floor Hockey team on winning
the Fraternity B League. Good luck in All-U.
The Fraternity-Sorority side of the Navigators, will meet
at 8:30pm Wednesday at the SAE house.
Congratulations to Jake Wobig on being elected the vi
ce president of Young Democrats. You're a true
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Edited by Joyce
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