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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 scholarehip?
If so. the Gallup Chid Development Center may have a
position for you. Call our Interviewing Center Today!
486-6700. Monday-Friday. 9am-5pm. EOE.
Afternoon and overnight sitter needed for 5 and 13 year
old. Monday-Friday. approximately 5pm-7am every
other week. 476-2048 from 1-4pm. Call 430-6959 any
Child care needed, 16-20 hours/week during summer
break, valid driver's license required. Call 489-3405.
Childcare needed for 3 and 6 year old, July and Au
gust, and after school care during the 2000-2001
school year. Summer hours 8:30am-5:00pm, school
C hours 3:00pm-5:00pm. Must enjoy children and
your own transportation. Call 420-2529.
Energetic, outgoing, happy person wanted to watch
9-year-old this summer. Must have car. 7:30 a.m.-6
p.m. Must also enjoy cooking, laundry, running er
rands, being organized, and setting up daughter's ac
tivities. Williamsburg area. Please call Cameron,
Looking for someone to spend 3-4 hours, three days a
week doing fun activities with 2 children, ages 7 and
10. Hours and days flexible. Please call Pat or Lisa at
Nanny wanted for 4 month old. 10-20 hours a week
through summer. Can work with school schedule.
Need babysitter for 2 month old. Flexible hours.
Need sitter in my home. Tuesday, Thursday
12:30-5:30. Kids ages 8,6, and 2. $67hour. 488-9362.
Summer help only. Care for 3 boys. 10am-5pm week
Looking For A Work Study Job
On Either City/East Campus?
The Libraries have a variety of positions available.
$5.40-$5.65/hour, choice of day, evening or weekend
hours. Apply Love Library, Room 141.472-3963.
The Department of Economics is seeking a student
with work study voucher for this summer to do a varie
ty of clerical tasks including: use of IBM computer, op
erating copy machines, some phones and some library
research. Computer experience is preferred, $6/hour.
Appl^toPam Royal or Carol Nelson at 340 CBA or call
Colege Students In Human Services
Looking for Summer Work?
Seeking State experience?
Look no further! Your answer is with SOS!!
* * * The following positions are based on
availability of funding * *
Specialized Office Services (SOS), a State run tempo
rary employment service, is actively recruiting individu
als with excellent counseling, and interpersonal skills.
We are needing individuals to serve as Dorm Advisors
and Counselors for Services for the Visually Impaired.
Positions will last 6 weeks, beginning 6/30/00 aid last
ing through 8/10/00.
✓ Establishing and maintaining a safe environment for
visually impaired teenagers in a residential setting.
✓ Reinforcing agency philosophy to promote inde
pendence and self-esteem.
✓ Advising and assisting students in solving personal
✓ Giving instruction in daily living skills.
✓ Coordinating recreational activities.
✓ Leading seminars on work-related topics.
✓ Reporting progress to supervisory staff.
✓ Two years of college course work or equivalent work
experience in human service setting.
✓ Strong interpersonal skills.
✓ Skills in presenting information to groups or individ
✓ Counseling skills.
✓ Ability to work with adolescents: reinforce roles yet I
build rapport; manage conflict effectively; and teach
daily living and job related skills.
Hours & Salary:
Dorm Advisor, #26-00002DO, (1 position)-10:30 PM to
830^AM Monday/Tuesday through Thursday/Friday
Dorm Counselor, #26-00001 DD, (2 positions>-8 AM to
11 PM Saturday and Sunday (with 2 half hour breaks)
Dorm Counselor, #26-00001 DD, (1 position)-2:30 PM
to 11 PM Monday through Friday $9.50/hr.
Interested? Hour to apply? You may electronically at
www.wrk4neb.org, or submit an application to our of
fice, Monday through Friday, 8 AM to 5 PM on or be
fore the dosing date of 5/15/00. Applicants who need
accommodation in the selection process should re
quest this in advance.
DAS-State Personnel Division i s located at 301 Cen
tennial Mall South, Lincoln, NE, 68509-4095, (402)
An EEO/AA Employer
$8-12 per hour. Painting Houses & Apartments
Mid-M|^ through Mid-August. Decide own hours. Call
Now hiring aU positions with competition wages. Apply
within. Fun summer work atmosphere. 1328 PStreet.
For Custom Harvesting. Combine operators and truck
drivers. Experience preferred. Good summer wages.
Cal (970)483-7490 evenings.
Johnson Poured Walls seeking summer help. Call
Enjoy the outdoors working at 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. The best thing you'll ever
get paid to do! Other Positions: Boys Counselors,
Grounds Crew, Video Production, Cook. Contact
YMCA Camp Kitaki in Lincoln for an application at
434-9225 or e-mail campkitakidaol.com.
Like To Cook?
Don't need to be a pro, just be dependable and
friendly! YMCA Camp Kitaki, 434-9225 or
15-20 hours per week, am hours only. Monday-Friday,
Saturday also available. Must be good at handling
horses. Good pay. Donha, 489-2185, 98th and A
Still Need A Summer Job?
Outdoors, Fun, Friends; Grounds crew starts May
261 YMCA Camp Kitaki in Lincoln for an applica
tion at (402) 434-9225 or email
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, 2010 Van Dorn, 441-7952.
Summer camp counselors, instructors, cooks, office
and horse staff, www.coloradomountainranch.com.
Summer Camp Jobe. NY, RA, New England. Instructors
needed: Tennis, Basketball, Roller Hockey, Soccer,
LAX, Volleyball, Gymnastics, Lifeguard, WSI, Waterski
ing, Sailing, Canoe, Windsurfing, Archery, Mt. Biking,
Rockclimbing, Ropes, Dance, Piano Accompanist, Dra
ma, Ceramics, Woodshop, Arts and Crafts, Nature,
RN's, Chef. Arlene Streisand; 1-809-443-6428;
Summer Is Coming!
Do you need experience? Money? Desire a challenge?
Opportunity to travel? Want to have all of this in one
summer job? CaM 1 -800-776-2941.
Summer staff needed for middle school day camp.
Part-time and full-time. Cali 475-0805.
I Summer staff needed for school-age child care. I
Fun program in elementary schools. 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
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.
Drug testing may be required.
Own a computer? Earn extra $500-4000/month
part-time/full-time. Free booklet.
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Have a Great Summer
Today’s the last issue of the spring semester Daily
Nebraskan. We will resume publishing this sum
mer on Monday, June 5 and every Thursday there
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 Fadlities at UNO at a mini
mal charae 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.
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The final weekend for NU on Wheels will be May 4-6,
2000. Thanks for making our first year such a success.
We will not be running during the summer months but
we look forward to giving you a ride in August.
Travelers seeking travelers. Join the sixdegrees Travel
Club 2000 and get connected. Meet new people and
stay in touch with those you know at
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the sounds of Smash Mouth and Tonic.
Thanks to the ladies of Alpha Chi Omega for letting us
study our German in your house...Hansei, Gretel, NElN.
Josh, Dave, Chad
Congratulations to Joel and Nathan for being selected
as our first annual Dream Boys. Way to go!
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