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FUN, and FRIENDS
Camp Wa-Shawf4e;Resident Camp, one hour from
Omaha in the spectacular Loess Hills, and Camp Maha
Day Camp outride .of Papillion, need your creativity,
enthusiasm and skills! Positions include counselors,
waterfront, wranglers, lifeguards, challenge-course fa
cilitators and fun folks! .Make a difference! Contact:
Great Plains Girl Scout Council
2121 South 44th Street
Omaha. NE 68105
402-558-8189, ext. 233 or 217
Agronomy field research assistant in weed science.
$6-$6.20/hour plus overtime. No experience necessary,
but must be in good physical condition. Contact Sean
Evans at 472-9563.
For Custom Harvesting. Combine operators and truck
drivers. Experience preferred. Good summer wages.
Call (970)483-7490 evenings.
Johnson-Poured Walls seeking summer help. Call
730-5773. ? •
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•June to August
Enjoy the outdoors working al Camp Kitaki's Pool
or Lake as a lifeguard. Work with 65 other Co-ed
college staff, valuable leadership experience,
training, salary, room,and board, making a differ
ence to kids and friends^Thi? best thing you'll ever
get paid to dol Other Potftioftt: Boys Counselors,
Grounds Crew, Video Production, Cook. Contact
YMCA Carjtp KHaki in Lincoln for an application at
434-9225 Or e-mail email@example.com.
Like To Cook?
Don't Heed to be.a. pro, just be dependable and
friendly! YMCA Camp Kitaki. 434-9225 or
Live And Work
In The Mountains!.
Camp counselors needed for Girl Scout resident camp
in the mountains southwest of Denver, CO. General
counselors and program specialists in: HORSEBACK
RIDING, HIKING, ROPES COURSE, and NATURE
AWARENESS. Must enjoy working with girls in an out
door setting. Early June-early August. Salary plus room '
and board. MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN THE LIFE OF A '
GIRL! Work at camp-the experience of a lifetime! Call
303-778-0109, ext 281 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
for more informatioq **jt
Still Need A Summer Job?
Outdoors, Fun, Friends; Grounds crew starts May
26! YMCA Camp Kitaki in Lincoln for an applica
tion at »(403) 434-9225 or email
v SUMMER : “ •
PLAYGROUND JOBS V
If you are in the education field or are taking summer
school and need a summer job where you are done by
noon, call the Lincoln Parks & Recreation Playground
, Office, Irving Rec. Center, 2Q10 Van Dorn, 441-7952.
Summer camp oounselors, instructors, cooks, office
and horse staff.1 wwW.coloradomourrtainranch.com.
Summer Camp Jobs. NY, PA, New England. Instructors
needed: Tennis, Basketball, Roller Rickey, Soccer,
L\X, Volleyball, Gymnastics. Lifeguard, WSI, Waterski
ing, Sailing,-Canoe, Windsurfing, Arehery, Mt. Biking,
Rockclimbirlg, Ropes, Dance,Pfono Accompanist,-DrS- %
ma, Ceramics, Wooddhop,-Arts and Crafts, Nature,
RN's, Chef. Arlene Streisand; 1-800-443-6428^^"
Summer Is Coming!
Do you need experience? Money? Desire a challenge?
Opportunity to travel? Want to have all of this in one
Your Staffing Partner
Competitive Salaries - Flexible Schedules
• Office and Clerical .
• Multi-line Phones
• Data Entry
• Customer Service,
y- Call Today! ‘ . *
_ (402)476-4949 ; * .
Summer Positions Available
Not sure what you>-e doing yet thiS'Sjjfnfner? Jdirt 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, and many
more. We offer room and board, free laundry facilities,
$1650 salary plus a $300 tuition credit. For application
information call NLQM toll free at 888-656-6254 or
check out our website at wwwinlom.org.
Summer staff needed'for middle school day camp.
Part-time and full-time. Call 475-0805.
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.
KOLN/KGIN^TV is currently seeking applicants for its
paid Opportunity Internship Program for the Summer of
2000. This is a 13-week paid internship designed for
minority students interested in the broadcasting indus
try. This part-time position provides an opportunity to
work in most areas of television. Applicants need not
be broadcast majors. Questions answered by Emily
Edwards at 467-4321. Send resume with cover letter
to: Personnel Assistant: KOLN/KGIN-TV; PO Box
30350; Lincoln, NE 68503. Deadline: 5/19/00. EOE.
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 436-8853 or by
email at nebjusticeOaol.com.
Paid Internet internship. Lead campus promotions for
new on-line company. Call Adam, 1-888-420-9800
Bxt.319 or e-mail: adamOmoneyformail.com.
Own a computer? Earn extra $500-4000/month
part-time/full-time. Free booklet.
DEAD WEEK POLICY
Finals only at time per Official Schedule of Classes or
time during finals week mutually agreeable to all.
Examinations allowed during Dead Week: laboratory
oractical examinations, make-up or repeat examina
tions and self-paced examinations. Quizzes are ac
;eptable. •* *
Projects, papers, and speeches due Dead Week need
to hayabeen assigned by the eighth week of the se
mester. Project and scope, not topic.’
Please review your sylabi for Dead Week conflicts.
Contact the Student Government office, 136 Nebraska
Union, 472-2581 with discrepancies or questions.
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Looking For Graduate
Student To Serve As An
Acjvisor In Residence For *
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UrfiVefsity of Nebraska Fraternity is looking for a.
male graduate student with background ih educa- j
tion afwi 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 Advisorfs) 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-pptential $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 aU.meals). Other finan
cial opportunities may be prdvided and discussed
attkne.of interview. ,,A ". ,
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) through
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 ?001 with options for ex
tending the contract to be considered.
Interested candidates should s.ubmit cover letter
and resume, no later than Friday, April 28, 2000,
to: ■ ’ • '
i'UNL<5reek Affairs i
' . Attn: Linda Schwartzkopf
-' • 332 Nebraska Union
Lincoln', NE 68568-0458
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“Who’s Behind Those Foster Grant Sunglasses?”
Vote...Nebraska-Bob Reeker . * -
Acuvue/Surevue contact lenses $17.5Q/box.- Postage
free with four box order. Write email@example.com for
DELTA SIGMA PI r
Congratulations to the new elected officers, for Fall
2000: President-Stephanie Traudt, Senior VP-Jennifer
Redding, VP Pledge-Jennifer Smith, VP Prof.
Activites-lan Johnson, VP CEI-Angela Vraspir, Secre
tary-Emily Simmons, Treasurer-Jeremy Frazier, Asst.
Treasurer-David Lockwood, Historian-Kari Hanson,
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.
If you received an invitation to our reception, remember
to RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by no later than Fri
day, Apnl 28. Come for free food and see what we are
"Do / need
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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.
Check It Out!
Thursday, Apfil'27 .
Old Chicago Restaurant
5pm - > ■ ; '
For students with diabetes,
spouses and friends welcohie!
Call 472-7477 for more information. ,,
Ag Econ/Agribusiness Club
Spring tinale! Today Apnl 26, 6:30pm at Old Chicago.
Elections 9pm. Nebraska Union. Room posted. Free re
The Independent Students Association invites fevery
one to our final meeting April 27, 6pm at BW3’s.
Meet at Dr. Case’s house for pizza and planning at
7pm. Members meet at 6:30pm. Call John for direc
Congratulations to our new initiates: Jimmy.Hyues,
Garrett Leirman, Tim Hartshorn, Matt Burke. You all did
so well last week and put forth much effort. Keep it up!
Come to the biggest one of ’em all. Farmer’s Ball.
We ll party till the rooster crows. Friday, April 28. Bus
ses leaving AGR at 8:30.
Thanks for the champion softball season. We're sorry
you had to miss the bonfire, but you sure kept our
Congratulations to our graduating seniors: Emily
Gardels, Jill Dougherty, Amy Osberg, and Beth Lee.
We will miss you!
- ITB, Your Sisters
Congratulations to Heather Reno on her engagement to
Eric. It’s about time! We’re so happy for both of you.
- Love Your Sisters
Congratulations to Brian Schenk for passing the vote of
YOU’VE PROBABLY SEEN OUR AD OVER
AND OVER AGAIN...
and wondered “Is this the right job for me?”
If you like talking on the phone, but don’t want
to sell widgets or do surveys, then this IS the
right job for you!
You’ll be an
for non-profit groups who work to protect organic food
standards, to protect the environment, and for women’s
Flexible scheduling, $8.25 per
hour guaranteed. Great
Management team who cares
about you. Call 476-1010 to
set up an interview
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Congratulations to Travis Wright for his summer intern
ship at the Bo Ric’s hair salon. We're very proud o
Congratulations to Brett Stohs and Brian Magnussoi
on being 2 of the 4 finalists for the Outstanding Stu
dent Leader Award.
- Your Brother
A belated thanks for the triad. We had a fun time work
ing with you guys!
- Ladies of AOf
Congratulations to Natalya Shannon for being selectei
as Outstanding Junior Leader! We are so proud of you!
-Love, Your sister
The Fraternity-SOrbrity side of the Navigators, will mee
at 8:30pm tonight at the SAE house.
Congratulations to Zach Bauman and Ben Zitek oi
your selection to the Chancellor's Leadership Clas
Advisory Board. Isn't “SLAG” great!
. , -Your brothers
Congratulations to Jason Heller on his design intern
ship with Mullhall’s and Robbi Buzzini on his broad
casting internship with KLKN Channel 8. Best of luc
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