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Do you like diverse tasks? Are you computer lit
erate? Want to work part-time, and maybe even
full-time during the summer? We have the per
fect Office Support Staff position for you. Call
A JOB ON CAMPUS
The Bureau of Sociological Research is hiring
part-time telephone interviewers. No selling.
Flexible scheduling. Call 472-3672.
Come to the
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Tuesday. March 6.2001
Nebraska Union-City Campus
part-time jobs, summer jobs,
internships & co-ops
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.
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING STUDENTS
Lincoln Electric System is looking for a second
semester freshman or first semester sophomore
majoring in Electrical Engineering. This position
would be part-time during the school year
(approximately 20 hours a week that can work
around your class schedule) and 40 hours a
week during the summer months. You would be
working with Engineers in our Engineering Ser
vices Division gathering and recording data, as
sisting Engineers with routine details of draw
ings and work order preparation, completing
special projects as assigned and staking jobs.
Please apply by e-mailing your resume to
dseamanOles.com or applying no later than
March 2,2001 at
LINCOLN ELECTRIC SYSTEM
HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT
www I— com
The Division of General Studies will be hiring a
graduate assistant for the 2001 -2002 academic
year to serve as supervisor for up to twenty un
dergraduate SI leaders. Qualifications: Bache
lor's degree, enrollment in a graduate program,
excellent dependability, communication and su
pervisory skills; Preferred: background in learn
ing theory and experience teaching study skills,
time management, test preparation, and note
taking, etc. 49FTE (20 hours per week). Salary
112,000 with tuition remission and Supplemen
tal Instruction workshop that University of Mis
souri at Kansas City. Complete Job Description
available at the Division of General Studies, 33
Canfield Administration Building. Submit cover
letter of application, resume, and three letters of
Division of General Studies
33 Canfield Administration Building
City Campus 0471
Deadline for application: Wednesday March 21,
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Have fun. Make a difference.
CAMP GREYLOCK A ROMACA
SEEK CARING, ENERGETIC
COUNSELORS AND COACHES.
Co-ed staffs, competitive salaries + room &
board Internships are available. Located in
the Berkshire Mountains of Massachusetts,
2.5 hours from Boston and NYC.
Archery, Baseball. Basketball, Climbing Wall,
Creative Arts. Drama. Football. Golf.
$10-$20 and up, possible for food and beverage
servers. Must be dependable, hardworking.
Branched Oak Inn Steakhouse, 796-9921.
Every student needs more...
SPRING BREAK CASH!
Could you use an extra $500 for spring
break? Flexible schedule. Allows students
to earn solid income around classes. Re
sume builder/scholarships available. Don't
be stuck with empty pockets over break.
For additional information call 477-8695 or
Accurate, dependable individual desired in file
room. 8-11:45, Monday-Friday. Apply in person
at NE Farm Bureau. 5225 South 18th St.
Graduate Assistant/Academic Adviser wanted
for Arts & Sciences Advising Center. Information
available at 107 CHdfather Hall.
Campus Recreation is currently hiring students
for Grounds and Maintenance staff, including
the summer. Tasks include both indoor and out
door facility maintenance and improvements.
Both males and females are encouraged to ap
ply. Starts at $6.0Q/hr. Applications available at
the Campus Recreation Center. Call 472-3467
Hillcrest Country Club
Hillcrest is a private club that is looking for indi
viduals who are leaders, self motivated, out go
ing, and who take pride in their work. We are hir
ing for the following positions: Part-Time Serv
ers, Banquet Attendants, and Bartender. Experi
ence is a plus but integrity is what we’re looking
for. If you wish to work in a environment that
pays you for your positive can do attitude
please apply at 8901 0 Street, Tues
day-Saturday 1-4 pm.
Loving Hearts CDC hiring part-time afternoon
teacher. Must be 19. 4710 North 10th,
Outdoor Recreation Staff
The Outdoor Recreation program of Campus
Recreation is currently accepting applications
for TRIP LEADERS for summer and fall 2000.
Trip leaders are responsible for organizing and
leading adventure trips for UNL students and
community and must commit two years to work
ing with the program. Informational meeting will
be March 28, 2001 at 6pm in the Outdoor Ad
venture Conference Room. Applications and re
quirements are available at the Outdoor Recre
ation Program at the Campus Recreation Center.
Call 472-4777 for details.
P.T. Production Operator
KOLN/KGIN-TV has a part-time Production Op
erator opening. Duties include camera, C.G., &
prompter. Must be willing to work early morn
ings. evenings, weekends, and holidays. Appli
cation deadline: 3/07/01. Send cover letter and
resume to: Personnel Assistant KOLN/KGIN-TV.
PO Box 30350, Lincoln, NE 68503. EOE. Drug
Tasting May Be Required.
Part-time accessory sales needed to work in a
fast-paced environment. Job wilt require willing
ness to work with customers and a positive atti
tude. Applications will be accepted until March
1. Apply Tuesday - Saturday, 9am-5pm at Star
City Motor Sports, 3201 NW 12th St.
Part-time phone room manager needed. Great
hours for students. Monday-Thursday
4:30-8:30pm. Saturday 9am-1pm. Call
Part-time position opening at Goodyear Early
Learning Center (Havelock area). Mon
day-Friaay, 2:30-6pm. Working with children,
6weeks-5years. Fun environment and flexible to
work with. Need to fW immediately. 467-8147.
Prairie Life Center
24-Hour Health Club
Is seeking responsible overnight courtesy desk
personnel immediately! Offering a free member
ship, discounts and hourly compensation. Lo
cated just minutes away from UNL campus at
330 West P Street. If interested stop in today or
Heljj needed at two Laundry Land locations
15-20nours per week $6.50 to start. Apply with
Summer employment opportunity. General farm
and feed lot help. A variety of jobs, competitive
hourly wage, housing may be available. Call
Dave, (308) 457-3192.
Nebraska's Grand Hotel has full & part-time po
sitions available now! Call 473-2189 for a com
plete listing. Some positions available:
• Be$ Staff
+ TUmdown Attendant
Apply on-line at www.thecomhusker.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 UNL1
The Hewit Academic center is looking for tutors
for 100 level Geology courses. We are seeking
upper level undergraduate and graduate stu
dents with a GPA of 3.0 or above. Excellent
communication skills are a must. Tutors will earn
$7.13 per hour and will have flexible and varia
ble hours. If interested apply at 300 West stadi
um, (underneath memorial stadium) or call Leah
Local daycare has openings for teachers, teach
ers assistants. Good starting pay and benefits.
Varied hours. Call Kim at 476-6306 or 483-6077,
Part-time clerk, evenings and weekends. Apply
in person at 5560 S. 48th.
Vital Services is looking for independent caring
individuals to work with developmental disabled
children and adults. Hours vary. Call Janet at
464-5775 or 476-0645.
1 Univtrrty of Ntbnria-Lincoln
WE NEED GRADUATE
In Student Involvement for the 2001 -2002 aca
demic year! 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 Center and the Women’s Cen
ter. Check our website
www.unl.edu/involved/applicetion for further
information or call Student Involvement
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! 486-6700, Monday-Friday,
Female or male WSI and Lifeguards needed for
work close to campus. Competitive wages, var
ying hours in a warm pool. Apply to YWCA,
1432 N St. or call Sara at 434-3949 ext. 112
500 Summer Jobs!!
50 Camps - You Choose! NY, PA, New Eng
land. INSTRUCTORS NEEDED: Tennis, Basket
ball, Roller Hockey, Soccer, Baseball, Lacrosse,
Gymnastics, Lifeguards, WSI, Water skiing, Sail
ing, Wind surfing, Archery, Mountain Biking,
Rock climbing, Ropes, Piano Accompanist. Dra
ma, Ceramics, Woodshop, 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,
Rain valuable experience as Camp Kitaki's
ealth Specialist. Call YMCA Camp Kitaki in
Lincoln today at 402-434-9225 or e-mail
campkitakiOaoi.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-mail campkitaikiOaol.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 (i.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-mall us
Come to the
Student Job & Internship Fairf
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 dol Call YMCA Camp
Kitaki in Lincoln now for an application at
(402)434-9225 or e-mail campkitakiOaol.com
More than a summer joby
an experience of a lifetime.
Trail's End Camp - Baseball, Basketball, Golf,
Volleyball, Mountain Biking, Tennis,
Ropes/Challenge Course, Gymnastics, Hockey,
Arts & Crafts (Woodworking, Photography, Fine
Arts, Video/Film), Waterfront (, Canon, Sailing,),
Pool Instructors, Musical Director (Piano), Gen
eral Counselors, Nanny and Office positions.
TOP SALARIES AND BENEFITS! I!
Complete our online Application!!!
TRAIL’S END CAMP
Beach Lake, Pennsylvania
BEST PART TIME JOB IN TOWN!!!
Work as few as 8 or up
to 40 hours per week
Pick your own schedule
Guaranteed hourly rates
Blocks from Campus
$250.00 hiring bonus
Call or stop by today 3:00 pm- 9pm
and start tomorrow!
JRW SALES TELEMARKETING
1625 “P” STREET 436-3070
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16 Streaker in the
17 VW or Volvo
19 Pizzeria fixtures
20 Tourist attraction
23 Sticky stuff
24 Wig, essentially
29 Finder of secrets
30 Video producer,
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62 Legal claim
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1 Mine passage
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7 Take place
8 Where the Mets
9 Star Trek
10 Wish for
11 Some cultural
12 Author Deighton
13 S.A.T. org.
21 Mowing or
28 Policy expert
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29 Rudely ignore
31 Slangy negative
32 Steer dear of
33 Gently comes to
34 Canyon sound
35 Gibbon or gorilla
36 Rams ma ams
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41 It has a hom
42 Early period in
44 Lone Star
48 Swing wildly
49 Slow, musically
51 Early Mexican
52 Ultraviolet ray
55 Jack s partner
57 Opposite WNW
Answers to any three clues in this puzzle
are available by touch-tone phone:
1 -900-420-5656 (95$ 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 ail sports; tennis, baseball,
hockey, waterfront, rock climbing, biking, golf,
water skiing, sailing. Work outdoors, nave a
great summer. Call 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, call Ma
jor Dibella at 472-4200 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
If you are in the education field or just like work
ing with kids, the Lincoln Parks & Recreation
Department has a great summer job for you! We
need staff from May 29-August 3, with hours
available from 8:45am-12:15pm, or
8:45-3:45pm. Call the Lincoln Parks 4 Recrea
tion Playground Office, Irving Rec Center, 2010
Van Dorn 441-7952.
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.nkxn.org.
WORK WITH KIDS
Parks & Recreation has openings at five loca
tions for summer day camp stw to work with
K-7th graders. May 29-August 10, M-F. Hours
available 6:45am-6:15pm, 20-40 hours/week.
Conduct activities, field trips, swimming. All lo
cations have K-6 grade camps except Irving
which includes 7th grade. Apply at the center of
♦ Air Park, 3720 NW 48th, 441 -7876
♦ Belmont 1234 Judson, 441 -6789
♦ Calvert, 4500 Stockwefl, 441 -8480
♦ Irving, 2010 Van Dorn, 441-7954
♦ Bethany Park *65th & Wie, 441 -7952
Come to the
Student Job & Internship Fatal
Tuesday, March 6,2001
Nebraska Union-City Campus
part-time jobs, summer jobs,
internships & co-ops
$$ Get Paid For Your Opinion! $$
Earn $15-8125 and more per survey!
Absolutely Free Info. Own a computer? Put it to
w o r k!$ 3 5 0 / 1 ,000/week.
A growing international company.
500-5,000/month PT/FT. Serious work from
home opportunity. CaH 877-594-WORK.
Own a Computer?
Put it to work!
Game Night at
Pool, football &
Golden Tee with cash
payoff & prises
starting at 7pm.
GO DIRECTI #1 Internet-based company offer
ing WHOLESALE Spring Break packages! Low
est price guarantee! 1 -800-367-1252
Representative will be at Arts & Sciences Advis
ing, 107 Oldfather on Monday, February 26,
9:00-12:00. Stop by or call 472-4190 for ap
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
Tuesday, February 27 is last day to enter the
Men’s & Women’s Badminton Singles Tourna
ment. Enter now at the Office of Campus Recre
ation or on the web. Call 472-8383 or
www.unl.edu/crec/im for more information.
The Men's & Women’s Wrestling Meet will take
place on February 26, 27, 28 and March 1 at the
Campus Recreation Center. Enter and weigh-in
on site. Call 472-8383 or www.unl.edu/crTC/im
for more information.
LBO 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
Nebraska Union Board
Positions Open for
This board assumes the role of advocate for the
various segments of the University community
to the Director of the Nebraska Unions and the
Vice Chan, for Student Affairs. Deadline Friday,
Elect your new Campus Recreation Advisory
Council representatives. Votes accepted Febru
ary 20-28, 2001 at the Campus Recreation Cen
ter (7:30am-5:30pm, M-F) and the East Campus
Activities Building (8:30am-8:00pm, M-F). Must
present your NU I.D. card to vote. Thanks for
WILDERNESS FIRST RESPONDER
Staying in Lincoln for Spring Break? Why not
register for the Wilderness First Responder
Course. This nationally and internationally rec
ognized certification is sponsored by the Wilder
ness Medicine Institute of NOLS. The course will
be taught on campus and is hosted by NU Cam
pus Recreation. Dates: March 9-18, 2001
(80-hour curriculum). Fee: $450. Deadline:
March 2. Register with Outdoor Adventures in
the Campus Recreation Center or call for a reg
istration form (472-4777).
Campus Red Cross
Campus Red Cross general membership meet
ing Wednesday, February 28th, 5:30pm in the
basement of the Student Health Center. New
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
February 27th and let your voice be heard.
Meeting on Tuesday February 27th at 7:30 in the
Union. Will feature Dr. Faber on the topic of per
sonal statements and interviews.
50% off all in stock Greek branded items until
the end of February. Stock up and save on gifts,
etc. Creation, 1720 "O’ St. 477-4401.
Long distance relationships CAN WORK) Find
out how at www.sbMce.com.
Ceil phone found on February 12 in UNL parime
ter parking lot. CaH 742-5303 to claim.
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 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, Mondays through Wednesdays,
for an interview to learn more about this incredible job and opportunity.
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