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500 Help Wanted
EASY PHONE SALES
No experience needed. Positive attitude and
pleasant voice in relaxed environment works
wonders. $7-$9 per hour on wage plus bonus.
Start now. 475-4184.
Now hiring room attendants. Flexible hours,
weekends. Good starting wages with benefits.
Pick up applications at Villager Courtyard & Gar
dens, 5200 ‘O’ Street, or caH Deb Taylor
Frontier Hartey Davidson SouthPointe is looking
for a pleasent, energetic, dependable sales per
son to work part time, evenings and weekends
at our store in the SouthPointe Pavilions Shop
ping Center. Please apply in person to Judy. No
phone calls please.
Italian Restaurant is now hiring energetic food
servers. We offer flexible hours, competitive
wages, insurance and paid vacation. Experience
’. Will thrian the right people. Apply
in person at
Hiring part-time child care, teachers. Call
434-2824, ask for Becky or Ketty.
Innovative Teachers Wanted!
If you are creative, innovative and get energy
when students get ‘turned on" this is for you.
Expanding Horizons, an academic enrichment
program, is looking for people who have a sub
ject specialty or hobby for which they would like
to develop enthusiasts. Must be able to connect
with K-6 students and get them involved in their
own teaming. Classes are held after school, and
Saturdays starting in February. Call Tesia at
La Petite Academy is accepting applications for
full and part-time teachers. If you enjoy working
with children, please pick up an application at
2700 Jameson North.
Law Firm Runner
Part-time runner wanted for an energetic, fun,
fast paced law firm. Please send resumes to Of
fice manager, PO Box 30886, Lincoln, NE,
Lone Star Steak House
Now hiring host, servers, kitchen staff. Insurance
and 401 K.CaN 489-2100.
Love kids? Need nights and weekends
free? Superior Child Development Center
needs PT teachers, Monday-Friday,
3-5:30pm. Only a short drive from campus
Downtown Law Firm seeking individual to work
Tuesday 11am-5pm and Friday 11am-5pm. De
livering documents, updating publications, proc
essing the afternoon mail and miscellaneous
other duties. Apply in person at 121 S. 13th St,
Suite 800. |
Needed: fun-loving, energetic, part-time teach
ers, Monday-Friday, 3-6 p.m. Apply today, Mer
ry Manor, 320 Norm 48th. Full time & part time
500 Help Wanted
One year to make a difference
One chance to make your mark
One experience that will change your We.
the Domestic Peace Corpe
With AmarKorp*, earn up to $9,500 for col
lege, build a grant raauma and maka a diffor
anca In your community.
In addition to incredible leadership opportunities
and life expediences, AmeriCorps also provides
a monthly stipend, an educational scholarship,
and deferment of existing gov’t-guaranteed stu
dent loans. Full-time members also receive paid
health insurance, and may qualify to receive
child care assistance.
Full and part-time opportunities are now
available with CSHI AmeriCorps, a national
ly-recognized program working to enhance the
lives of children and their families. For an appli
cation or more information, call CsHI
AmeriCorps at 436-1034, or stop by the CSHI
office at 1845 South 11th Street. Applications
are also available at UNL Career Sen/ices in the
Student Involvement Office. Applications for the
current program year will be accepted until Jan
and Grounds Keeper
Pegler-Sysco has a part-time positions available
in our maintenance department for a Buildings
and Grounds Keeper. Qualifications for this po
♦ MUST BE AT LEAST 18 YEARS OLD.
♦ MUST BE ABLE TO LIFT AT LEAST 100 LBS.
♦ MUST BE ABLE TO PASS A COMPANY
PHYSICAL AND DRUG SCREEN.
♦ ALSO SHOULD BE ABLE TO OPERATE VARI
OUS LAWN AND HAND TOOLS.
This position requires a valid drivers license with
a good MAR. Applications for this position are
being accepted at:
PEuLER-SYSCO FOOD SERVICES COMR4NY
1700 CENTER PARK ROAD
LINCOLN, NE 68521
Put-tfini Child Cara Aeelfteni
Needed enthusiastic and nurturing persons to
work with children T/TH 7:30-9:30am and
3:30-5:30pm. Additional hours possible. Need
to be 19 years of age. Call Trinity Infant & Child
Now hiring part-time cashiers ana customer
service. Evenings and weekends required. Starts
at $7.25. Apply in person at 33rd and Highway
TEAM UP WITH
Opportunity on die financial frontier has never been more exciting. Especially
at Wells Fargo. We offer all kinds of ways to blaze forward in your careen
When it comes to benefit packages, Wells Fargo ranks as one of the best
companies to work fot It’s more than just great perks, ids a company that
knows you have a life outside of work. That’s why we offer flexibility to meet
Part Time Tellers
If you take pride in a job well done, thrive in a fast-paced
environment and enjoy working with friendly people, then Wells
Fargo , would like to invite you to explore teller opportunities in
Lincoln. We provide a competitive salary and will train successful
Qualifications include excellent communication, organizational and
customer service skills, cash handling experience and excellent
balancing skills. We are looking for flexible and motivated
individuals with an interest in referring bank products. Must be a
team player, detail oriented and self-motivated.
12 noon to 5:30 pm M-F and 8 am to noon Saturdays.
If you have the qualifications we need, call the Wells Fargo Job Line
at 434-4700 for additional information or complete an application at
Wells Fargo Human Resources, 1248 O Street, Suite 650, Lincoln.
500 Help Wanted
Permanent Part-time Security Guard position
available at Sheldon Art Gallery. 6-11:30pm
Tbursday-Sunday. Benefits + shift pay. Apply at
32 Administration Building.
Assistant position available MWFS. Send re
sume: Havelock Animal Hospital, 4344 N 62nd.
Want to work with kids? Gain valuable experi
ence? Lincoln Parks & Recreation has openings
for Before and After School Recreation Leaders.
This is an opportunity to work inside Lincoln
Public Schools. Ran games and activities in a
recreation environment. Work only days that
LPS is in session. For more information call
441 -7952 or apply at 2010 Van Dorn Street, Ir
ving Recreation Center.
Second semester employment at University
Child Care. Work around your classes. Need
people mornings and midday. Apply now. Call
Tish or Barbara 472-2101.
Local office filling 47 part time positions by
1/24 in customer/saies dept.
No telemarketing, no experience needed.
Ideal for students/conditions apply.
477-8663 or apply at:
Student Office Worker
Graduate Advising office in CBA needs a reliable
student worker with excellent computer skills to
work 12-15 hours a week. Pick up an applica
tion in CBA room 126.
Looking for dependable employees with cus
tomer service experience. Daytime positions
available. Flexible hours, good pay. Apply in
person. Paycheck Advance, 1144 Cornhusker
Nebraska's Grand Hotel has full & part-time po
sitions available now! Call 473-2180 for a com
plete listing. Some positions available:
♦ Security (
Apply on-line at wwiv.thecomhuaker.com or In
person at Human Resources M-F 8am-5pm.
333 S. 13th St. Lincoln, Ne
Use ‘L’ St. Entrance
Just a few block from UNU
Union Bank & Trust Co.
Is offering an excellent opportunity for Marketing
or Finance majors. We are looking for a
Telephone Spedetet/Pereonel Banker
♦ Learn to proactively contact bank customers
to market bank product and services
♦ Learn to open new accounts via phone, mail
♦ Learn croes-selling skills
Hours: Monday-Thursday 2-8pm, Saturdays
10am-3pm. Competitive compensation and
r in person:
Fast paced, fun environment, tips daily, must be
21 with clean driving record and valid drivers li
cense. Full and part time positions available call
1-888-664-4926 and leave message.
Vital Services is looking for independent caring
individuals to work with developmental disabled
children. Hours vary. Call Janet at 464-5775 or
The 4-H Campus in Nebraska, located at the
Nebraska National Forest-Halsey, Schram State
Park-Gretna, and Harlam County Reser
voir-Alma, are accepting applications for sum
mer program staff. Spend mid-May to
mid-August leading youth in outdoor programs.
You will be trained to teach nature,
ropes/confidence course, canoeing, tubing,
crafts, overnight camping and many more pro
You do not need to be in 4-H to apply. Applica
tion deadline: January 29, 2001. For more infor
mation call: (402)472-6717 or e-mail:
Under new ownership. Now hiring wait
staff. Casual work environment. Must be
available Tuesday/Thursday Lunch. Free
meals. Apply 2:00 to 4:00 at 13210 Street.
We’ll Work Around Your
No Nights, No Weekends!
Work as few as 18 flexible, fun hours per week,
between 8-5, M-F.
• We're dnty a few blocks from UNL campus!
• Casual attire- no fast food uniforms!
• Best student job in Lincoln!
Receive incoming calls and prospective custom
ers from established leads. Continue ongoing
customer relations through reorders and fol
low-up. Requirements: High School diploma,
strong verbal/written communications skills and
attention to detail.
Apply at 1550 N. 20th Cr. (20th & Holdrege) or
send resume to Senior Technologies Inc.,
HR/Tabs Sales PT, P.O.Box 80238, Lincoln, NE
68501 or email |obs®seniortech.com EOE/AAP.
Are you looking for a meaningful job to help pay
for second semester and spring break?
> GREAT PAY (GUARANTEED $8.25 PER HOUR)
> HOLIDAYS OFF OR TIME FOR SPRING BREAK (BENEFITS)
> EXERCISE (WE ARE CLOSE TO CAMPUS & 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
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.
BY VIC LEE
Worm: So far, an I’ve come up
with is a Star Wars fanatic who
wants to watch Episode I and
eat French fries. I can't get
him to shoot hoops with me.
Ford: Have you tried moving
the television and VCR to the
500 Help Wanted
Part-time alterations some experience required
contact Connie at 421 -2144.
Work Study position available for Undergraduate
Assistant in Biology Laboratory. General lab
maintenance. Flexible hours, 10-20 per week.
No experience necessary. Starting immediately
through this summer. Contact Tony Zera
472-2768 or azera9unlserve.unl.edu.
Work With Children
•Do you enjoy working with infants/toddlers or
pre-school age children?
•Are you excited about the development of chil
•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! 48e-6700, Monday-Friday,
510 Child Care Needed
Family with two children, ages 9 and 11 seeking
creative nanny for the summer. Must be
non-smoker and have own transportation. Living
quarters for nanny are private. Weekends are
your own. Swimming pool, horses and 95 acres
of land make this ranch a beautiful setting for
your summer. Please send qualifications to: Ju
lie Delp, 13500 S. 148th, Bennet, NE 68317.
530 Summer Jobs
GO TO CAMP THIS
Nebraska’s premiere resident camp YMCA
Camp Kitaki located along the Platte River
is seeking applicants for Counselors, Life
, wranglers, Ropes, Trip Staff, Video
luction, Crafts and a Health Specialist.
We offer fun, friends, the outdoors and the
experience of a lifetime. Call YMCA Camp
Kitaki in Lincoln for an application at (402)
434-9225 or e-mail: campkitakiOaol.com.
Get a jump on the competition by checking into
a summer internship where you can make over
$6000 and get college credit. 477-7559.
Rewarding, exciting summer for sophomore and
older college students counseling in the Colo
rado Rockies. Backpacking, Western riding,
water activities, natural science and many out
door programs. Sanborn Western Camps, P.O.
Box 167, Florissant, CO 80816.
ing for staff members for the 2001 summer camp
season. The season runs from June 10 to Au
gust 10, 2001. Positions available include Pro
gram Staff (Arts, Environmental, Horseback Rid
ing, Adventure, Leadership and Adven
ture/Leadership) and Administrative Staff. If you
love being in the mountains, having fun, and
meeting people from around the world while
making a difference, then this camp is for you!
Please call or write:
081 Scouts of Chaparral Council, Inc.
4000 Jefferson Plaza NE
Albuquerque, NM 87100
Phone (506) 343-1040 or 1-800-868-8768
Research and Trading
DEC Capital www.daccapital.com a futures
trading and asset management firm, has an
opening for someone who seeks a career in the
asset management, research, and trading busi
ness. Though non-paid, there are opportunities
for responsibility, including research/analysis,
performance accounting and client service. Ac
ceptance requires strong academic credentials,
advanced spreadsheet skills, and a professional
attitude. Please send credentials and resume to
603 Spring Break Trips
Spring Break 2001
All the information you need. Panama City, Day
tona, Key West, South Padre.
Applications are available to apply to be a mem
ber of the Constitutional Convention. The com
mittee will be in charge of evaluating and
amending the ASUN Student Government Con
stitution. Applications are available at 136 Ne
braska Union. Deadline in 4:00 pm on January
Make your name available for possible contact
by election groups for the spnng ASUN Student
Government election. The sign-up sheet is in the
ASUN office, 136 Nebraska Union.
of all denominations
You are invited to attend a service club meeting
on Wednesday, January 17 at 5:00 at Corner
stone Church (640 N loth). Sponsored by the
Kappa Phi Club.
Attention, Clinical Research Volunteers!
If you participated in a 1999 MDS Pharma Ser
vices study of a chemical called chlorpyrifos,
this reporter would like to hear your story.
Please contact Julie Rawe at 212-522-6646.
Practices win resume on Monday January 15 at
10:30 New Players welcome. Call Joe Wilson
with any questions at 476-2119.
A small, comfortable environment with women
who are struggling with eating issues. Wednes
days 3:30-4:30pm Nebraska Union 338. Begins
January 17. Call Norma 472-7450 for more infor
Fraternities • Sororities
Clubs • Student Groups
Earn $1,000-$2,000 this quarter with the easy
campusfundraiser.com three hour fundraising
event. No sales required. Fundraising dates are
filling quickly, so call today! Contact cam
pusfundralser.com, (888) 923-3238, or visit
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Chancellor's Senior Honorary
Applications for membership and for freshmen
scholarships are now available. They are both
due by January 26, 2001, and are available at
Student Involvement, 106 Administration, Cul
ture Center, and Hewit Center.
Dance 8:30^ midnight
Admission $6.00, studsnts $3.00
First time 2 tar one
DJ Beauty A The Beast
NU Pre-Veterinary Club will be holding Its
monthly meeting on Wednesday, January 17 in
ECU at 7pm. www.uni.edu/PreVetCiub.
Student Alumni Association
is accepting applications.
Applications are available at our website
www.unl.edu/alumni/student.htm or at the fol
lowing locations: Wick Alumni Center, the cul
ture center, the Office of Student Involvement
and ASUN office.
Information sessions on the SAA application
process will be: January 11, 7 pm, Nebraska
Union; January 17, 7pm Wick Alumni Center. If
you have questions, please contact either of the
New Member Selection Co-chairs: Andy
Mixan:436-6109; Merry Stackhouse:436-7901
Filing forms are now available
at 136 Nebraska Union
Student Government Election
Students with Children
tion at 472-7480.
- 17th 12:30-1:30pm
I for more informa
AA Meetings every Tuesday at 12:30pm. Room
F, lower level of university Health Center. For
more information call 472-7443.
Every Wednesday at noon. Room IjTUniversity
Health Center. 472-7440.
Campus Red Cross
Genera) membership meeting Wednesday, Jan
uary 17th, 5:30pm in the basement of the Stu
dent Health Center. New members welcome.
Interested in learning more about being a Resi
dent Assistant? Attend one of these information
Tuesday, January 16 - 3:30pm, City Union (rm.
Weckiesday, January 17 - 3pm, Culture Senter
Phi Beta Lambda
Phi Beta Lambda is a student business group
open to all majors. Our first meetingthis semes
ter will be a social at Valentino's on Tuesday
January 16th. We will meet on the South side of
the Union at 7:00pm and car pool to Valentino’s
at 35th and Hoidrege. New members are wei
come. See you Tuesday.
The Publications Board will meet at 3:45 p.m.
Wednesday in the Daily Nebraskan conference
room, basement, Nebraska Union, to discuss
DaM^ Nebraskan policies. All are invited to at
Unlees someone like you cares a whole awful
lot, nothing is going to get better. K* not—
Serve Lincoln with other volunteer enthusiasts!
Make friends and learn about the community!
Join COOL (Campus Outreach Opportunity
League!) First meeting: Wed., Jan 17th at 5pm in
Student Involvement (2nd level of Nebraska City
January 10, ^uui
Business meeting Wednesday, January 17 at
5:30 in CBA107.
620 Greek Affairs
Congratulations to Amber Coffin and JD Adam.
We're so happy for you!
630 Student Government
9teering Comm. Chair 2001
Royalty Chair 2001
Applications available at
ASUN office-136 Nebraska Union,
Deadline Frida^anuary 26
CASNR, Arts A Sciences, Business,
Dental, General Studies*
Graduate and Nursing*
Positions open to represent the above colleges
on ASUN Student Government. Must be en
rolled in the college/division.
Applications available at 136 Nebraska Union.
Deadline 4pm, January 26.
Daily Nebraskan Adv&bry board to the Board of
Regents-hire the editor, business manager, and
advisor. Publications Board acts as a publisher
for the Board of Regents and serves as a liaison
between the paper and its university constituen
cies, paying particular attention to complaints
against the paper. Applications available at 136
Nebraska Union. Deadline 4pm, January 26.
Positions open on the court that deals with mat
ters of UNL student organizations. Position is for
one year beginning in April. Applications
available at 136 Nebraska Union. Deadline Janu
Student-At-Large positions open for
the 2001 -2002 year beginning the end of March.
Be a part of the board that appoints students
to 32 campus wide committees.
Application available in the
ASUN office, 136 Nebraska Union.
Deadline is 4pm
Friday, January 26
Filing forms are now available
at 136 Nebraska Union
Student Government Section.
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