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l*«d nature hikes at Pioneers Park Nature Cen
ter. Background In Environmental Education and
anjoy children. Flexible scheduling, 6-20
hoursAweek. CaB 441 -7895 tor application.
Local daycare has openings for teachers, teach
ers assistants. Good starting pay and benefits.
Mated hours. CaH Wm at 47&8206 or 483-6077.
Nebraska's Grand Hotel has full & part-time po
sitions available now! Call 473-2188 for a com
plete listing. Some positions available:
♦ Bell Staff
♦ Turndown Attendant
Apply on-line at www.1hecomnusker.coni 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
The 4-H Campus in Nebraska, located at the
Nebraska National Foreat-Halaey, Schram State
Park-Gretna, and Harlam County Reser
voir-AJma, 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
grams. You do not need to be in 4-H to apply.
For more information call: (402)472-6717 or
JL Uaivcnity of Ncfcradtt-Uacoln
WE NEED GRADUATE
In Student Imoraement for the 2001-2002 aca
demic yearl Assistantships offer opportunities
for decision making, goal setting, policy devel
opment and evaluation. Applications and posi
tion descriptions are available at 200 NU, 300
ECU, the Culture Canter and the Women’s Cen
ter. Check our website
www.unLedu/lnvolvecl/app*cation for further
Information or call Student Involvement
The Sandwich Factory
needs Part-time help.
2-3 morning and weekends, also afternoon and
evening. Apply 816 P Street.
The YMCA is looking for basketball storekeep
ers for the 20th Annual MIT Basketball Tourna
ment on March 10th and 11th. If interested ap
ply at the downtown YMCA Youth Sports Office
Monday-Friday 8pm to 5pm. Apply by the 23rd
of February. Pay is $6.00/game.
Work With Children
•Do you enjoy working with infants/toddlers or
pre-school age children?
«Are^ou excited about the development of chk
• 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 Todayl 486-6700, Monday-Friday,
Wrestling officials needed for Lincoln Public
Middle Schools. Knowledge of wrestling re
quired. Dates are March 3, 10, 17, 24. Call
College student needed to babysit 5 and 9 year
olds this summer in our home, June 6-August
17.7:45am-5pm, Wednesday-Friday. Must have
car and references required,.421-1663.
500 Summer Jobs!!
50 Camps - You Choose! NY, PA, New Eng
land. INSTRUCTORS NEEDED: Tennis, Basket
bail, Rolier Hockey, Soccer, Baseball, Lacrosse,
Gymnastics, Lifeguards, WSI, Water skiing, Sail
ing, Wind surfing. Archery, Mountain Biking,
Rock climbing, Ropes, Piano Accompanist Dra
ma, Ceramics, Woods hop, Nature Nurses. Ar
lene Streisand 1-800-443-6428;
Want to do something different this summer?
Work with lids in the outdoors, be with friends,
gain valuable experience as Camp Khaki's
Health Specialist. Call YMCA Camp Kitaki in
Lincoln today at 402-434-9225 or e-mail
campkltakiOaoi.com for more information on this
CAMP LEADERS WANTED!
Work with kids in the outdoors, be with friends,
gain leadership skills. POSITIONS OPEN: Life
guards, Ropes Leaders, Naturalist, Arts & Crafts
Director, Office Coordinator, Store Manager,
Cabin Counselors. Contact YMCA Camp Kitaki
at 402-434-9225 or e-mati campkitakiOaol.com
CAMP STARLIGHT, a co-ed resident camp in
the mountain lake area of N.E. Pennsylvania, is
looking for enthusiastic upperclassmen in the
following areas: General Cabin Counselors, Ath
letic Specialists, Waterfront Specialists and Out
door Adventure Specialists (f.e. Ropes Course,
etc.). Join our staff of college students from
around the U.S. and abroad and enjoy the per
fect balance of work and fun! Modem facilities in
a country setting. Good salary and travel allow
ance. Field work and internships encouraged.
(6/17-8/15). For more information and applica
tion, call toll free at 877-875-3971 or e-mail us
Come to the
Student Job A Internship Fakt
Tuesday, March 6,2001
Nebraska Union-City Campus
part-time jobs, summer jobs,
internships & co-ops
Enjoy the outdoors working at Camp kitaki's
Pool or Lake as a lifeguard, work with 65 other
co-ed college staff, valuable leadership experi
ence, salary, room and board. The best thing
you'll ever get paid to do) Call YMCA Camp
kitaki in Lincoln now for an application at
(402)434-9225 or e-mail campkitaMtni.com
More than a summer job,
an experience of a lifetime.
Pool Instructors', Musical Director (Piano), G«v
eral Counselors, Nanny and Office positions.
TOP SALARIES AND BENERTSOI
^ TRAIL'S END CAMP
Batch Lake, Pennsylvania
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 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 itls 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 ^ mw
interesting. We call members and potential members for non-profit groups.
The call includes empowering citizens about their rights on environmental w
issues, consumer issues, minority issues, and/or women’s issues, !
membership development, and fundraising. (No sales or surveys.)
Call os at 476-1010, Mondays through Wednesdays,
for an interview to learn more about this incredible job and opportunity. W**
INDUSTRIAL AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERS
FULLTIME & SUMMER INTERNSHIP
Lozier Corporation, one of die leading manufacturers of store fixtures, has outstanding
opportunities to join our Engineering team at our manufacturing facility in Omaha, NE. If you
are a career minded individual, then you may be a candidate.
Full time positions require a Bachelor’s degree in Industrial or Mechanical Engineering. Those
seeking internships must be at least a sophomore and making progress towards a degree in
Industrial or Mechanical Engineering. Capable of project management, standard
manufacturing engineering functions and general knowledge of manufacturing processes and
methods of operations. Excellent communication skills and the ability to manage multiple
projects in a fast pace environment is also a must
You will be eligible for an excellent compensation package that includes competitive salary,
benefits including a 401(K) plus pension plan; and tuition reimbursement. Our goal is to hire
and retain talented people by providing internal growth opportunities.
If this sounds like the right development opportunity to you, please send your resume to:
Company Information Session
6336 Pershing Drive Walter Scott, Room 357
fa&Kot-mto Thursday, February 22nd
ATTN: April Strong 6:00PM
Crossword I Edited by Will Shortz No. 0108
1 Hot chocolate
9 Wire nails
15 Timber wolf
17 Toy block brand
18 Steps in human
19 Place tor a
20 Exasperate, as
23 “So what_is
24 Egyptian cobra
25 Toy gun
28 Orkin target
31 Grand Coulee,
34 Crockett’s last
stand, with “the"
drove out of
38 Exasperate, as
43 Butter serving
44 Gird one’s_
45 Animal with a
46 Goblet material
46 Hog’s home
51 Bright thought
53 Exasperate, as
60 Burgundy grape
ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE
62 Oscar night
63 Kind of acid
64 Take cover
66 Full complement
68 Lead-in for
1 Not burning the
3 Thank Heaven
for Little Girts"
4 Where a cook
7 Help in crime
9 Shop without
11 Cain’s brother
13 Train stop: Abbr.
21 John who sang
25 Basketballer <
27 Barbecue site <
“'"IT" J t. rw
29 Track contests
20 April initials
21 California Gov.
23 Not neat
25 Slip-on shoe,
17 Old hand
29 TVs Winfrey
10 Not yea
21 Barkin or
26 T-shirt material
48 Loved to bits
50 Juicy steak
53 Icy coating
54 Harvard or
56 Horse trainer’s
57 Bowery bum
58 Love, Spanish
59 Part of N.Y.C.
Answers to any three dues in this puzzle
are available by touch-tone phone:
1-900-420-5656 (95$ per minute).
Annual subscriptions are available for the
best of Sunday crosswords from the last 50
PLAY SPORTS! HAVE FUN!
Top boys' sports camp in beautiful Maine.
Counselors to coach all sports; tennis, baseball,
hockey, waterfront, rock climbing, biking, golf,
water skiing, sailing. Work outdoors, nave a
great summer. Cal! free 888-844-8080 or apply
Enroll in Army ROTC Camp Challenge for 5
weeks this summer. You’ll get paid to experi
ence adventure, learn leadership skills, and
compete for a college scholarship. No military
commitment for attending. For details, can Ma
jor Dibefla at 472-4206 or stop by the Military
Gain leadership training and team building skills
while enjoying the camaraderie of exceptional
individuals. Our program helps young people
with unrealized potential who are experiencing
social skill difficulties. Located on lake and river
in the Superior National Forest. Opportunity to
gain college credit. Realize personal growth and
satisfaction yourself, while helping others
achieve the same!
♦Call Tom Bauer at (952) 930-3544, email at;
buckskinOspacestar.net or visit
Not sure what you are doing yet this summer?
Join the NLOM Summer Ministry Team 2001.
Positions are available including counselors,
lifeguards, wranglers, health care specialists,
creative art specialists, maintenance, food serv
ice workers, and many more. We offer room and
board, free laundry facilities, a salary plus a
$300 tuition credit. For application information
call NLOM toll free at 888-656-6254 or check
out our web site at www.nkan.oig.
Come to the
wuoem joo & inxamsnip run
Tuesday, March 6,2001
Nebraska Union-City Campus
part-time jobs, summer jobs,
internships & co-ops
$$ Get Paid For Your Opinion! 9$
Earn $154125 and more per aurvey!
Absolutely Free Info. Own a computer? Put it to
A growing international company.
500-5,000/month PT/FT. Serious work from
home opportunity. Call 877-594-WORK.
Attention: Work from home. $25.00475.00/HR
PT/F/T. Mail Order. 1-800-444-5295 or
Own a Computer?
$25-$75/hour. Part-time & full-time.
1 -800-3114704. www.wealthybychoice.com.
Own a Computer?
Put it to work!
GO DIRECT! #1 Internet-based company offer
ing WHOLESALE Spring Break packages! Low
est price guarantee) 1-800-367-1252
Golden Key International Honor Society invites
ail sophomores with a 3.6 GPA or higher to ap
ply for the outstanding sophomore award. The
recipient of the award will receive a lifetime
membership to the Society and other gifts to
recognize their achievement. Applications are
available at the Office of Student Involvement,
The Honor Lounge (118 Neihardt), 136 Nebraska
Union. Completed applications are due Wsdnes
day, February 21 at 4pm to 136 Nebraska Union.
Campus Red Cross
February 20 and 21,11am-5pm at the Student Union.
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
pusfundraiser.com, (888) 923-3238, or visit
You can learn CPU!
CPR classes are offered at the
University Health Center today
from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Call Gaye Homer at 472-7448
for more information.
Informational Meeting-Summer Employment
Informational meeting about summer employ
ment at Nebraska Lutheran Outdoor Ministries
on Wednesday, February 21,8pm at the Luther
an Student Center. Application packets will be
available, and pizza will be served. For more in
formation, call NLOM toll free at 888-656-6254
Tuesday, February 20 is the last day to enter the
Men's, Womens and Co-Rec Flickerball Tourna
ment. Enter your team now at the Office of Cam
pus Recreation or on the web. Call 472-8383 or
www.unl.edu/crec/im for more information.
TENNIS SINGLES & DOUH FS
Tuesday, February 20 is the last day to enter
Mens, Women’s and Co-Rec Table Tennis Sin
gles and Doubles. Enter now at the Office of
Campus Recreation or on the web. Call
472-8383 or www.unl.edu/crec/im for more in
LBQ is a safe place for lesbians, bi women and
women questioning their sexual orientation to
meet, talk, team and laugh in an Informal atmos
phere. Meets Mondays, 5:15-6:15pm in Nebras
ka Union Room 338. Call Kris, 472-2597 for
Male and female for print work. 475-3382.
Publish Your Work for $1,296
Textbooks, Novels, and More.
Call FirstPublish, Inc. at 888-707-7634.
Or vist www.firstpublish.com
iMchtfi CoNoqi Advisory Do aid
The Application deadline for TCAB has now
been extended until February 21 by 5pm in 105
Henzlik Hall. Special attention to Freshman
Education majors. This is a great way to get in
THE NEBRASKA AT
You can still apply for the Nebraska at Oxford
Program for the summer of 2001. Spend 4
fun-filled summer weeks in England visiting
place such as Windsor castle,\ondon, and
Shakespeare's hometown just to name a few.
You will earn 6 hours of 300/400 level credits in
business and the arts. Spaces are limited so
don't delay. For more Information contact Mark
Davis, CBA138 or phone 472-2310.
Representative will be at Arts & Sciences Advis
ing, 107 Oldfather, on Tuesday, February 20,
1:00-3:30pm. Stop by or call 472-4190 for ap
We brought MTVs Love Line in 98, Third Eye
Blind in ‘99, and Maya Angelou In 2000. Who do
you want to see this year?
GET GOINGI APPtY NOW.
Have A Suggestion About
The Health Center?
Come to a meeting of the University Health Cen
ter Student Advisory Board. Meetings are held in
Conference Room F In the Health Center and are
open to the public. Be there at 4:30 on Tuesday
April 3rd and let your voice be heard.
Congratulations to our newest members:
We are thrilled to have you with us!
ASS, your sisters
Thanks for the Soph/Froeh last Thursday. We
had a wonderful time.
Ladies of AOfl
Congratulations to Abby Green for your affilia
tion into the house. We are excited to have you
A », your sisters
Thank yod ladies for the great evening in
Thanks, Men of ITKA
We had a great time watching Animal House
with you on Thursday night. We’ll have to hang
out again soon... Toga Party anyone?!
-Love, The Ladies of Phi MU
50% off aH in stock Greek branded items untH
the end of February. Stock up and save on gifts,
etc. Creation, 1720 "O’St 477-4401.
University Health Center Student Advisory
Board. The purpose of the board shall be to
represent the student body In dealing with the
health concerns of the University community.
You do NOT have to be from Pre-Medical pro
Daily Nebraskan Advisory board to the Re
gents-hire the editor, business manager, and
advisor. PubBd. acts as a publisher to the BoaaJ
of Regents and serves as a liaison between the
paper and its university constituencies, paying
attention to complaints agNnst the paper.
Student Court Positions open on the court that
deals with UNL student organizations.
Applications for all three positions are available
at 136 Nebraska Union. Deadline February 23.
Tired of Losing Your kxftvtduai Freedoms?
Feel like the two party system doesn't represent
you? Think you can run your life and use your
money better than the government? If you’re
tired of voting for the lesser of two evils gwe the
Libertarian Party a look. Email me at
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