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KEEP YOUR DAYS FREE FOR CLASSES!
FT Spirits CM - m M 1am (min. agetfl)
FT CasNara - aft/evee (min. age: 16)
Tuition Reimbursement: some wkend avail.
Raq'd. We am an EOE offering 401K, profit shar
ing, Health/Dental ins., direct deposit, and much
mom. Stop in and apply today, or contact Chris
Krayon Campus East and West now hiring part
time teachers. Please call to apply. 436-4949 or
Now taking applications for AM/PM servers.
50% meal discount, insurance plan and fun
work environment Apply in person, 321 North
La Petite Academy is accepting applications for
fuff and part-time teachers. If you enjoy working
with children, please pick up an application at
2700 Jameson North.
Laundry Land is hiring at 21 st and J for 7:45
am-2pm, 2-3 days/weak. The 27th and Star lo
cation is hiring for a 7:15pm-midnight, 2-3
days/weak. 46th and Old Cheney, 7:45 a.m.-2
pjn and 7:15 p.m.-mldnight Apply m person,
Personnel needed for lawn cam operations, full
and part-time positions available, can Tarry at
Personnel needed. Fuff and part time positions
available. Must have good driving record and
neat personal appearance. CaH 432-5602 to *>
Personnel, full-time and part-time for school
ysar. Driver* teanae required. Ceff 423-3477.
See what N takes to put on a show and get paid
tor it! Great for UNL students. Must be able to
Mft 40 pounds. Irmgulaf hours. Muet have some
entire weekday mornings or afternoons free.
Mom information avaffatee with application. No
experience nsceeaary, we wii train. Applications
must be picked up and returned at the Usd Ad
ministration Office, 301 N. 12th Street, North
Maidrtght la hiring tor seasonal or long-term ros
idential cleaners. Flexible hours, mornings
and/or afternoons. Gas and driving paid.
<6JOtoour plus bonuses. 432-5573.
Martin Luther Homes
Energetic, self-motivated individuals
needed to work with people with develop
mental disabilities. Must have e high school
diploma/GED, mid a valid driver's license.
Part time, full time, and on-call positions
available. Evenings, overnights, and flexible
weekend shifts available. Excellent bene
fits package includes health insurance
(medical, optical, and dental), paid time off,
advancement from within and tuition assis
tance. Apple in person to martin Luther
Homes, Central NE Agency, 9060 Old Che
ney N, or caff 499-092. cOE
Mature, responsible sitter for 8 days, seven
nights (November 26th-December 3rd) three
kids, south Lincoln, non-smoker, references re
UNCOOT3 FAVORITE RESTAURANT
One of Lincoln* fineet independent reetaurents
ie currently eooepflnQ MTArMions for the fofiow
• AM & PM Host Stall
• AMAPM Cocks
• Day Server
• AM A PM Bartenders
• PV Cocktail Server
• PM Server Assistant
Experience preferred, but ei train tbs right Indi
vidual. excellent attendance record e plus. Must
bs available to work weekends. We provide an
enjoyable, fnandly work environment and too
competitive waoaal Apply in parson. 63rd 6
Havelock Ave. EOE
MULLIGANS GRILL & PUB
Currently accepting applications for cocktail
waitery positions, bartenders end kitchen posi
bone. Apply m parson dally at 5500 Old Chaney
Need runner Monday-Fhday, 2-5pm. Car neces
sary Contact Ardie 434-7300.
Needed: fun-loving, energetic, part-time teach
ers. Monday-Friday. 3-6 p.m. Apply today. Mer
ry Manor, 320 Norm 48m. Full time A pert time
NEW Shook? Now Hiring!
ON THE SPOT INTERVIEWS! *
Ftmpiaoe to work. Fun piece to shop
6845 S. 27m Sbsst
ACROSS FROM SOUTH POINTE RAVAUON
I iTveat help wanted Cto— to Lincoln. 865-364
Not Going to the
Staff is needed for Jr. Blackshirts held during
home football games at Campus Recreation. Su
pervise children in recreation activities while
parents attend the game. $6.00/hour. Apply at
55 Campus Recreation Center or 32 East Cam
pus Activities Building or CALL 472-3467.
Now hiring part-time days/evenings. Advance
mertoijfjortunities. 488-2833 or stop in at 53rd
Child Cave Assistance
Needed enthusiastic and nurturing persons to
work with children 7:30-9:30 am. Flexible days.
Additional hours possible. Need to be 19 years
of age. Call Trinity Infant Childcare Center
Part-time and fu*-tme cashiers, cooks and wait
ers. Good pay. Apply in person at Papa John's
114 South 14ih.
Monday-Thursday, i -7 p.m. Apply at Family
Thrift Center, 1745 6 Street.
Part-time cashiers, days, flexible schedule, ap
ply in parson, VASags Market 3211 South 13th
Part-time maintenance poaltion. mornings. Call
nick at 466-2222.
Part-time package pick-up/customer service
evenings and weekends. Apply within or call
Nick at 466-2222.
Part-time teacher's aides 15-20 hours par weak.
Excellent wages and student friendly environ
ment Goodyear Early Learning Center 6224 Lo
Hashers needed. Hours can be 4:30-7:30pm.
Salary and maals.Cal 436-0117, ask for Anita or
PERFECT HOURS TO FIT YOUR BUSY
We have the perfect schedules to fit those busy
school schedules that you have. Wo have
openings in our busy Warehouse for second
shift Order Selectors. The starting wage for
thaae positions is $8.25 an hour with 20-30 hour
work week available. Our jobs do require that
you must be able to:
a PASS A COMPANY DRUG SCREEN AND
a MUST BE ABLE TO LIFT 100LBS
a BE AT LEAST 1$ YEARS OF AGE
If you meet these requirements please coma in
and apply today with us.
FEQLBt-SYSCO FOOO SERVICE COMPANY
1700 Center Park Road
UncoH, Ne 68512
Seeking upbeat, creative individuals tor
part-time layout and vinyl application, weekdays
and Saturdays. Experience helpful, but not nec
essary. Apply in person; 5500 Old Cheney
Teach elementary students 11/2 hours par week
in an after school program. Salary to be ar
50 part-time positions available In Iocs! custom
er service/sales department.
$1110 Baas Appt
No taiamarkatlng. No axperienct nacassary.
Conditions apply. 477-8663
TECHNICIAN COUNSELOR ASSISTANT(S):
Part-time positions available working with cli
ents in a raeidential substance abuse program.
High school diploma required; ideal for cokego
students or recent graduates interested in a
counseling career. Variable hours; aU shifts in
cluding evenings, weekends, holidays,
overnights. Must be at least 21 years of age.
Submit letter of epp**rMt‘w" and resume to; Di
rector of Human Resources, c/o CenterPointe,
1000 S. 13th St, Lincoln. NE 88508. AA/EOE.
Must be mature adult, type 35 wpm,
available by 3pm and/or weekends. Flexible
TSI is now hiring for day and evening, tul and
■ nartUn Schedules
• Minimum of 15 hours/weak
• 88^5 par hour guaranteed
• Earn up to $12 per hour
• Weekend hours available
• 1200 hiring bonus
Call 437-8700 for further details or stop by 1610
N Street tor an application.
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Are You Ready Xo Re Paid
What You're Worth?
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3701 tr Street, Sure 201-A
Liacoia. NE 6S510
(402) 435-4977 or 1-800-283-1096
Part-time truckwash help 5+ hours par day 3-5
days a week 435-4302.
Responsible, dependable driver to pick up kids
lor after school karate care program. Must entoy
kids. Call 420-5455._
TELLER position with flexible hours and time for
study. Approximately 10 hours/week between
3:00 and 7:00 pm weekdays and 9:00 to 2:00 on
alternating Saturdays. Calf Lynnette at 435-7844
or complete an applications at Express Money
(southwest comer of 9th and *0*).
Temporary Office Clerk
Part-time, temporary position (August-October)
available immediately for busy mental health
practice. Must be able to type, answer phones.
5 oset patients. S&hr.
HRS: 3-6:30pm M-TH & 8-12 Sat.
For more info, contact 475-5069
Nebraska's Grand Hotel has full and part-time
positions available now! Can 473-2160 for a cur
rent kstino. We offer.
♦ Free meals during shift!
♦ Paid vacation!
♦ 401 (k) Savings Plans!
♦ Six Paid Hobdays!
♦ Four Personal Days!
♦ Four Sick Days!
♦ Low Coat Insurance!
♦ 50% discount in both restaurants!
♦ Discounts on rooms, banquet events,
& in gift shop!
♦Section 125 Flexible Spending Account
♦ Free professions! counseling!
♦ Competitive waoes!
♦ Professional, yet friendly environment)
Apply In Person at Human Resources.
Monday-Friday, Sam - 5pm.
3338.13th8t, Lincoln, NE
Use 'L' St Entrance
Just a few blocks from
The Knoll's Country Club
Now accepting applications for servers, line
cooks, salad prep and buffet attendants. Servers
must be able to work at least one weekday
lunch shift 10:30-2:30. Competitive wages. Wifi
work with your schedule. Ca» 423-2843 for more
The Okve Garden rtssteurant now hiring servers,
hosts, busses, cooks, snd dishwashers. Flexible
hours. Please appiy at 6100*0" St.
Now hiring part time AM/PM servers, cashiers
and hosts. Free meals, good part-time money.
Apply In person, 17th 8 mT
Vital Services needs dependable, reliable, indi
viduals to work with disabled adults and chil
dren. evenings and/or weekends. Call 465-5664
or 476-0645 ask tor Janet.
Walgreen's. 13th 6 O. now training part-time
photo specialist. Cosmetitions and cashiers.
Apply at store. EOE.
Work 5 Saturdays
Superviee children in recreation activities during
home football games. 66.00/hour. Apply at 55
Campus Recreation Center or 32 East Campus
Activities Building or CALL 472-3467
Work With Children
•Do you enjoy working with infants/toddlers or
pre-school toe children?
•Are^ou exerted about the development of cM
• Would you like to be eligible for a tuition schol
If so. the Gallup Child Development Center may
have a position for you. Call our Interviewing
Center Today! 486-6700, Monday-Fridey,
Working For The DN
If you are interested in working for the Daily
Nebraskan there is an ALL NEW HIRE
meeting WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30 at
8pm in the DN office. Feel free to come. If
you have examples of your work, please br
After School Child Care
M-UNQUAL (FRENCH) PREFERRED
Two boys, 8 and 10. from 3:30pm to 8:00pm
Monday through Friday, central Lincoln location
dose to City and East Campus. Call 472-9029.
After school nanny needed, school age children,
Wednesday. Thursday, and Friday, 3:30-8:00
pjti. Must have transportation and personal ref
erances. Call Kathy at 483-4241.
Baby sitter needed in our home Tuesday and
Thursday (in LPSAJNL school calendar). $6 per
hpur, Yankee HWgguntryflupar^ 472-1830_
Nanny For The Afternoon
Need chid care in our home far our 2 girts. Mon
day-Friday, 2:30pm-5:30pm. 21st 8 C area.
Must have own transportation. Salary negotia
ble. Occasional axtra hours required whan
available. Cal 742-S07S.
Biology Teaching Lab
Duties include set-up and break-down of lab
materials, care of plants and animals, and peri
odic daily checks of lab materials. Should nave
an interest in biology: flexible time schedule;
some weekend work may be required. Must be
Wort-Otudy QuaMted. Contact Dr. Bid Glider at
472-8242 or by e-mak:wglidstGunl.sdu
Students nsadad to assist with research on
cricket behavior and with cricket maintenance.
Must have UNL work study award. Biology
majors preferred. 56 Mentor Hal, 472-8229.
ATTENTION ARTS AND
the Arts end Sciences Student Advisory Board.
Applications are due Friday, September 29. and
can be found in the ASUN office, Student In
volvement and the Arte and Sciences Advising
ATTBfTWN BUSINESS STUDENTS
Looking for a professional, energetic, and re
warding business fraternity to enhance your net
working, build your resume, and make life long
friends? Look no further than DELTA SIGMA PI
professional business fraternity! DELTA SIGMA
PI is open to freshman, sophomore, junior, and
senior man and women in the business college
who have at least three semesters of classes re
maining. Them wM be informational meetings on
August 30 and 31 in the Union at 9pm and
on September 6 and 7 in Abel Hall at 9pm. If
you are interested or have any questions contact
Jennifer Reddingat 423-3316 or email
Crossword | Edited by Will Shortz No. 0718
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6 Show snide
11 Act like
14 Artificial Jewelry
15 Winchester, for
17 Pounce on
19 In favor of
21 Off the leash
27 Used a
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36 List ender
37 Really bad
36 _first you
39 Kind of room
41 Hacienda brick
42 Black belt
44 Capital of South
45 Military school
Mardi Gras, m a
50 Victorias Secret
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE
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63 Sonneteer s
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3 Tee preceder
4 Sched. locale
6 Hawaiian skirt
7 Top 10, e g.
11 Be able to buy
12 Simple writing
13 Like a ewer
18 _Fall in
22 Refinabie rock
23 Object o(a
24 Cream of the
28 Carter of
Puzzw by Richard Silv«*trl
wane a rusning
32 Spoils of war
34 Buffalo hockey
35 Spirited horse
37 Rich soil
40 Church dignitary
41 When a show is
43 Citrus drink
44 It may be read
46 Reef material
47 Candidate of
1992 and 96
49 Sound like a
52 CBS competitor
53 Nigni inai
was on: Abbr.
54 Christmas buy
57 L-P filler
Answers to any three clues in this puzzle
are available by touch-tone phone:
1-900420-5656 (95c per minute).
Annual subscriptions are available for the
best of Sunday crosswords from the last 50
BACKPACKS for ARTISTS
Transport supplies ‘hands free*. Walk, rids or
skate to elate. 1-800-508-8717
Civics and Service
Ready to charge the world? (or at least help your
community) Civics and Service la a tree, inter
esting, and exciting non-credit seminar where
community expert* speak to students who
would like to improve their community. You will
leave with excellent advice on subjects from
motivating volunteers to working with communi
ty agencies. Meets every other Tuesday. 6:00.
E-mail srihartmsnOhotmail.com if you are inter
Applications for th* 2000-2001 yearbook staff
are now available. Anyone interested in joining
this closely-knit team should apply by Slept. &
Previous yearbook experience « desirable, but
not required. Applications are available at the
Comhusker Yearbook office in room 334 of the
A small, comfortable environment with women
who ere struggling with eating iseuee. Wednes
days 3:30-4:30pm, Nebraska Union 338. Call
Norma, 472-7450 for more information.
Impact the World!
UNUs College Bound is an innovative program
that helps grade school children become tomor
row's leaders. Join us! Information masting Sep
tember 6th, 6:00-7:00pm at Student Invoive
ment. 200Nebraska Union. Questions? Email
Adam at adfHsOaol.com.
Tuesday, August 29 is the last day to enter the
mania, women's and co-rec mud volleyball tour
nament. Enter your team now at th* Office of
Campus Recreation or on th* web. Call
472-8383 or wwaumLedu/crec/lm for mot* In
The last day to enter co-rec Kao football is Tues
day. August 29. Enter now at Campus Recrea
tion or on th# web. Cell 472-6383 or
www4e8.edu/cwc/fai for mow information.
PASS AND KICK
Man's, woman's and co-rec punt pass and kick
will taka place on Tuesday, August 29 at Ceth
er/Pound Fields from 4-7pm. No advance entry
la necessary. Call 472-8383 or
www.uni.edu/qnec/kw for more Information.
The last day to enter man's and woman's stow
pitch softball is Tuesday, August 29. Enter your
team now at the Office of Campus Recreation or
on the web. Call 472-8383 or
www:uniedu/crec/kw tar mere Information.
Tuesday, August 29 is the last day to enter
men's, women's and co-rec tennis doubles or
co-rec team tennis. Enter your team now at the
Office of Canmue Recreation. Call 472-8383 or
www.unl.sdu/cisc/kw tar more Information.
The last day to enter woman Is and man's tannis
singles is Tuesday. August 29. Don't delay. En
ter now at Campus Recreation or on the web.
Call 472-8383 or www.unl.adu/crac/im for
- Academic Recognition
- Scholarships and awards
- Chapter Activities
Coma learn more about Golden Kay National
Honor society, informational booths will be in
Nebraska Union August 20-31, 10:30am -
Towns Club Ruth begins September 11th
22nd. Cal Katrina at 477-2180 tor more informa
NU Water Polo Club
Practices on Sundays and Thursdays from
7-9pm in Mabel Las Hal pool. For more nforma
tion cat 488-1456.
Welcome bat* study abroad students! Come to
the party tor credit transfer info etc. and sharing
your experiences on Tuesday, August 20, 4pm
m the lounge of International Affairs. Food and
beverages provided. R.S.V.P. international Af
The University Program Council has immediate
openings for two executive positions: Financial
Manager and Programming Secretary. Apply at
the UPC office -134 City Union by noon on Fri
day. September 15.
Phi Beta Lambda
Officers meeting 7:30pm City Union.
First informational meeting for students in free
enterprise Wednesday, August 30th at 5:00pm
in the Student Union. Free pma wll be served.
The University Program Council is holding Mem
bership Recruitment for Committee Members
and is seeking members for el of our nine differ
snt committees: Forums, Music, Novelty, Gen
der Issues, Minority Student Programs, East
Campus. Films, Public Relations, and Liaison.
Applications can be picked up outside the UPC
office (134 NE Union). Appiicatlone due by noon
of Friday, September 22.
Touch Down, Touch
Down, Touch Down
Score Big' for a little' child. 75 boys am wait
ing for a nan Nke you. Be a hero in a child's Ufa:
become a ‘Big’ brother. For mom information,
pease call Heartland Big Brother* Big Sisters
What do you want?
Com# to ths fountain August 31 at 8pm.
AA Meetings every Tuesday at 12:30pm. Room
F, lower level of University Health Center. For
mom information cal 472-7443.
Kick Off Picnic
Our first meeting will be held at 5pm on
Wednesday, August 30 at Spaghetti Works. Re
member to bring money tor dwner.
Bio Club Welcome Party
Pleaee join ue Tuesday August 20 in Mentor'16
at 7pm. We wW have soda and snacks. Please
bring 56 tor dues.
Campus Red Croat
Wednesday. August 30, 5:30pm, in basement of
the University HeaNh Center.
First meeting will be on Wednesday. August
30th at 5:30pm at BW-3’s. Hope to see ye’ll
VMcoma back! Students of tM majors am invited
to join tha UNL Horticulture Chib for their tost
meeting of the year. Meat at 327 Kiem Halt at
5:00 pm free pins will be provided. See you
Humanities in Medicine Club meeting Thursday
m 6:X in city Union. Newcomen welcome.
It* not Ftaht Club, but It is Alpha Phi Omega, a
National Service Organization, coma to an infor
mational meeting Wednesday:
8pm O Abel
Coma find out wrtwt the Marketing Chib ie about
and what wa do. Free pizza and pop. City Un
ion. 7 pjn. Wednesday.
Meet new friends while strengthening the com
munilyi-toin SWAT Teem. Tuesday August 29 at
5pm. 200 Nebraska Union. For mom bwomistion
contact Charyl at 472-4526.
Everyone is welcome 6:00 pm Thnday August
31 at Peter Pan Park.
1st meeting of tha year. Discuss commuter
isaues. eat pizza, and have tun! Tonite 7pm Ne
braska Union (Room to be posted).
Our tost meeting ie Tueedey. August 29.7:30pm
in City Union. Speaker Dr. HM, Director of Ad
Meeting this Wednesday in tha East Campus
Union. Room to be posted. 7:00 Executive.
Tha Publications Board will meat at 3:45 p.m..
Wednesday. Aug. 30 to discuss Daily Nebres
kan policies in the Daily Nebraskan conference
room. 20 Nebraska Union. All am welcome to at
Tha University Program Council will meat to
night Executives at 6:30. Full council at 7:00.
Room to be posted.
we nave a meeimy xonigni ai o p.m. Anenoance
Congratulations to or Akawban Piincaaa - toantin
Saadtou make us PROUD!
UOB -tour Sisters
Congratulations lo P> Chapter o< Gamma Ph. Be
ta for winning the following awards at interna
tional Convention this summer. McCormick Me
dallion for outstanding individual and chapter
participation on camput. Haian M. Dodge award
for honorable mention of outstanding Chapter
Advisor, Chancellor E.O. Haven Award for Na
tional Highest Chapter G.PA for Biennium, and
the Scholastic Excellence Award. Way to go
Congratulations to all the members of Kappa
Delta who achieved a 4.0 GRA: Angela Ahem.
Breann Btgiey, Angie ChHd, Brooke Cliessen.
tnn narns, Amy ivnownon, Alison MssnoK,
chelle Moody. 3.5 GRA and above: Kathleen
Anthoter. Jill Diass. Sara Deiashmutt. Janine
Dunbar, Use Franz an, Rachelie Hood. Nicola
Keasiing, Amanda Kant, Anne Moaer, Judy
O'Brien, tmber ftinjc cello. Megan Power. Lynn
Predoehl, Rebecca Rewelt, Lindsay Reeves,
Sere Riet, Stacy Robinson, and Stacy
Towns Club Rush begins September 11th
22nd. CaM Katrina at 477-2188 for mote intorma
rotjon/rmumoNi to hi hoop new
MEMBER CLASS Of PI BETA PHHff
Jam* Hoffman, Ante Wroteeiki, Anote Roe,
Erin Mumfloid, Laura Machtanbara, Julia Miytno.
VfWa wimamoon, vanevma Kiin^gaiifCjarar, v^rma—
laay Kaonaback, Malania Stanoar,
**-*' - r-1-tr-i
„ __ Katie renion, Keisey Krafiar,
Caitlin M ^ , Kelly Kippar. Staphania
Schaffar, Katie Ulrich, Nicola Hansan, Janny
ArraamHh, Chriay Diamante. MaHaaa Fatarson,
wanaa nicmere, Knsun Ltcara, Aonan uncoai,
Candice Boyer, Sara Swisher, Sarah Leland.
STUDENT GOVERNMENT POSrnOMB
viwwwni iswvwnnMBni rwiiMfB
Campus Recreation Advta. Council. Campue
Safety. AON. Council. Campus Wide information
System. Chancellor's Comm, on the Statue of
woman., Commencement Committee, Compu
tationel Serv. 8 FacBMss - graduate rap.. Honors
Convocation, InneroMeoisle Athletics - must be
Athlete. Wamationh Students Adv. Council, li
braries. Comm., Master Appeals Committee.
Non-TradKtonal Student Adv. Council. NU on
Wheels Adv. Bd.. Parking Appeals Committee,
Publications Board. Racial AfCrsAdv. Councfl,
Senate rso. tor Graduate and Dlv. of Continuing
Studies. Sexual Orientation Adv. Council, Stu
dent Employee Grievance Comm., Student Im
pact Team. Students with Disabilities Adv.
Council. Teaching Council, Technology Fees 8
Adv. Bd.. UNL Campue Poice Committee. Ur*.
Judicial and Appeals Bd. and Women's Issues
DeadHne tor above positions: Sapt IS.
Applications available atthe Student Govern
ment office, 136 Nabr. Union.
Your group can cam $200 for distributing our
nawapapar baton ths Saptambar 2 or Novsmbar
4 Football gama. You must bo abio to provide a
minimum <x 20 paopl* tor two hours batata tha
gama. Contact Dan at tka PaPy Nahraafcan tar
more information, 472-178®7dafiattil*unl.#diJ,
20 Nabraaka Union.
Welcome to the University of Nebraska
Now that you have picked your school, it is probably time to fmd a job! If you want the following
things from your new employer
> GREAT PAY (GUARANTEED $8.25 PER HOUR)
> HOLIDAYS OFF OR TIME FOR SPRING BREAK (BENEFITS)
> EXERCISE (WE ARE CLOSE TO CAMPUS ft HAVE BIKE RACKS)
> TIME TO ENJOY LIFE OR STUDY (FLEXIBLE HOURS - MINIMUM HOURS 12)
> STRESS FREE ENVIRONMENT (NO TELEMARKETING OR SALES)
> WORK WITH YOUR FRIENDS (REFERRAL BONUSES)
Then it’s time to call Hudson Bay Company to set up an interview. Not only will we meet the
above requirements, but you will also have a job that is very rewarding and
interesting. We call members and potential members for non-profit groups.
The call includes empowering citizens about their rights on environmental
issues, consumer issues, minority issues, and/or women’s issues,
membership development, and fundraising. (No sales or surveys.)
Call us at 476-1010 for an interview to learn more about
this incredible job and opportunity.
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