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500 Help Wanted
Rapidly Growing Nbtfofc. Nebraska Company
aeaks C/C++ Programmer. Pafen OS experience
helpful, but not necessary. E-mail reply to
Seeking responsible «al _
only. 12-15 hours par month. Apply at Sheldon
QtftShop 12»AR Sheet 11-* Tuesday Triday.
Photopaph people. Help them have fun at Fri
day and Setieday night events. Must have de
psndabte transportation. Earn money and have
W Ca4 BoborCory M-f, 1-Hpm at 467-2577.
Help naadKl at two Laundry Land locations:
27ih t Star
15-20houra par week 8&50 to start. Apply wtih
Nebraska's Grand Hotel has Mi ft part-time po
! Ca> 473-218S tor a com
person at Human Resoivces M-f 8am-5pm.
333 S. 13th St Uncoin. Ne
Use V St Enhance
The Country Club of Lincoln is raws accepting
appkrations tor ful and part-time seasonal env
ployment. Qualified qaedhtitiss will be highly
service oriented. ExoeMent wages. Apply in per
son with Jeff S. in toe goif shop at 3200 South
24th f ‘
Part-time dark, evenings i
inperaonrt 5560 S. 48m.
UHL Job Fair
Stodant Union March Oh Noon/530 PM.
OgnuplorhiH_. , _ ,
\M» have some part-time opening now*
Is seeking snsiostic and personable ndMduafts
lor evening wait and host positions. Apply In
pwson Monday HkMy 9-5. SOS P Street
i Id woffc with chicken and ad*
olsscants who has a mental health diagnosis.
Must have a degree or obtaining a degree in
psychology or ranted Held ihPBB years ex
perience m the area of mental health. Positions
start at $11/hr plus bonuses.
i to provide horoe-besed ser
vices to youth and families at risk. Must have
two yaws cdege corns wcrit in the human ser
vices Md- PoeSbons start at $1(Vhr plus bonus
available for providing
in-home/outpatient services to chifdron and
families. PLMHP required. Options/Medicaid
Contact Visinet at (402)464-8866 or send re
sume to 3940 Comhuskar Hwy, Suite 600, Un
com, Nt okxm. www.vraneoncxom
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•Do you enjoy working with Mants/toddtors or
pre-school ags children?
•Are vou excited about the devekxxnent of chi
•AfB^iDu excited aoout me oeveiopniant of cn»
•Wtoted you Me to be eigfcle tor a tuition echo!
Would You Accept $30
to Save Kids' Sves?
Donate your ^gnjyMoodg«ma&
(tar approximately 2 loss)
Cal of atop byTNWbi Biomedical Center. 300 S.
17th Street, Lincoln. 402-474-2335. Fees and
a may vary. vwvjsbLoonL
rs needed for older chid. Good
pay. Cal Patty at 421 -3472 or 489-6549.
Grenich Conneticut an
cal recruiter 423-5632.
You select family. Lo
Need Summer Child Caro in my home. 2 chil
dren, agaa 5 and 9. Non-smokers only. Own
l Maturity a i
a muat Cal tor further
500 Summer Jobs!!
50 Camps - Vou Choose! NY, PA, New Eng
IWKt INSTRUCTORS f-- “ ‘ ‘
i NEEDED: Tennis, Basket
tnn te|;„ t* m, .. fx.. .. 4-»-ti-.
mg, wtno sumnuf Arcn»fy, Mouniain
hock csmomg, Hopes, nano Accompantsi, ura
me, Ceramiri. Wbodshop, Nature Nuraes. Ar
lene Streisand 1-800-443-6428;
Want to do something different this summer?
Work with Ms in the outdoors, be wMi friends,
gate valuable experience as Camp Kiteki's
Health Specialist. Call YMCA Camp Kiteki in
Lincoln today at 402-434-9225 or e-meil
campidtaMBoi.com tar more Wbrmabon on Me
Work with kids in fa outdoors, be with friends,
gain leadership skMs. POSITIONS OPEN: Life^
Quanta. Ropes leaden, NatoraM, Arte 6 Crafts
Director, Office Coordinator. Store Manager,
Cabin Counselors. Contact YMCA Camp MMd
at402-434-9225 or# ma»campMuaMaol.ccm
530 Summer Jobs
CAMP 8TARUQHT, a co-ad widant camp in
die mountain late area of N_E, Rwweytvania. i»
looking for enthusiastic uppafciasaman in tha
Inlnwm turn General Cabin Cotawekirs, ASv
latic dose wests. Wfrtront TpsrwSPi and Out
door Adventure SpeciMits (i Ropee Course,
etc.). Join our staff of college students from
around ffw U.S. and abroad and enjoy the par
fact balance of aiorit and funf Modem facMtos in
a country setting. Good salary and travel afcaa
ance. Field work and internships encouraged.
(6/17-8/15). For mare information and appiica
tion.caX toa free at 877-875-3971 oramdia
at inlbOc wnpslart^txom.
Enjoy the outdoors working at Camp Kitaki's
Pool or Lake as ajifeguard. Work with 65 other
co-ed colags staff, valuabls 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-mMcwnpM«falrom
This summer join SO UNL students, gain valua
ble career experience and increase your net
Mother's helper for summer. Omaha, 2 kids
ages 11 A12. Pod membership, must have own
car. Up to Full-time/Flexible, references;
(402)551-3877 Chris, let
PLAY SPORTS! HAVE FUN!
Top boy* sports camp in beautifuj Maine.
Counselors to coach afl sports, tennis, besebaS,
nocKey. WcKerrroTO, roex oimoinQ, DtKing, yon,
water skiing, sailing. Work outdoors, nave a
CM free 888-844-8080 or apply
»l in Army ROTC Camp Challenge f
weeks this summer. You’ll get paid to exj
ance adventure. leam leadership skills,
compete for s college scholarship. No
commitment for sttsndkig. Per detsds, i
Summer Camp Jobs
Cvnpus Recreation seeks highly motivated stu
dents for a variety of positions with the Huskar
Kids and Huskar Adventures Recreational Day
Camps. Don't miss yota chance to be a part of
this fun and rewarding experience. Apply at 56
Campus Recreation Center or 32 East Campus
Activities Building. Application deadline is
Wednesday, March 28. For more information
contact Amy at 472-9481 ordw4ni2Qunl.edu
Gan leadanMp Owning ml town buidmg skiBs
white enjoyvng the COTfKtew of exceptional
individuate Our program helps young people
with unreafized potential who ara experiencing
skM dHHcuRtee. Located on take and river
in the Superior National Forest. Opportunity to
gain edege credti. Realize personal growtii and
satisfaction yourself, white helping others
♦Can Tom Bauer at (952) 930-3544, email at
bucfcskintespacestar.net or visit
If you are in ttw education field or Just tee work
ing with kids, the Lincoln Ptrts A Recreation
Department has a great summer job for yout We
need staff from May 29-August 3, with hours
available from 8:45am-12:15pm, or
8:45-3:45pm. Cal the Lincoln Parks & Recrea
tion Playground Office, Irving Rec Center. 2010
Vbn Pom 441-7952.
Summer Pool Positions
Certification lyttar— skill development and a
fun environment are waiting for you. Lincoln
Parks and Recreation is hiring lifeguards,
headguards, cashiers and concession iraff. Ap
plications available from Adnsnistrations Office
at 2740 A Street or Aquatics Office at 9th and
Wan Dorn. CaH 441-7892 for more information.
Not sure what you are doing yetthte summer?
Join the NLOM Summer Ministry Team 2001.
Positions are available including counselors,
lifeguards, wranglers, health care specialists,
creative art specialists, maintenance, food ssrv
ice workers, and many more. Ws odor room and
board, free laundry facilities, a salary plus a
Souu tuition creon. ror application mtormation
call NLOM to! free at 888-656-6254 or check
out our wab site at wwwjtionuag.
part-time jobs, sunmsr jobs,
internships 6 co-opsi
WORK WITH KIDS
Parks & Recreation has openings at five loca
tions for summer day camp staff to work with
K-7th graders. May 29-August 10. M-F. Hours
avaiiabto 6:4Sam-6:15pm. 20-40 hours/week.
Conduct activities, held trips, swimming. Al lo
cations have K-6 grade camps except Irving
which includes 7th grade. Apply at the center of
♦ AkP«fc^720NW 4881.441-7878
♦ Belmont, 1234Judson, 441-6789
♦ Catesrt, 4500 Stocfcwsl, 441-8480
♦ Irving, 2010 Vtin Dom, 441-7954
♦ Bstheny Park *65*i&Wne, 441-7952
Are you interested in starting your <
or a non-profit organization? Beginning in 1
Summer 2001 eemeeter. Interns wte be aeted
to receive a comprehensive experience and a
$1500 scholarship- ff you are i
_ in in
terning with an antrepreneunal for-profit OR
not-for-profft organization, tills is tilt internship
for you. For more information caff, 472-3353 or
stop by NCEgOOCBA) or the SBC Office (345
NE Unionj- Appticotiows for boffi Sumerer and
Fell Internships are due by 5:00p.m. on
Wteteissdsy, April 4,2801.
SALES AND MARKETING
Nation’s largest publisher of college and
Urvuarsfty campus tsfephone dbsetoriss offering
paid fuS-tim* mmrasr safes A marketing intern*
ships. Tremendous practical business expert*
May with a week-long expense paid program in
unapet hw, nu. imams marxet omctai airecto
rfies locally, selling advertising space to area
ses in specific coSsge markets. Earnings
_$3200.00 for the 10 week program. AS
majors wsioomal For more information and to
j your campus, visit our
i. -. i.. —.. — tydrsctonGS - com or C3l
1-800-743-5556 axL 375.
part-time job*, summer jobs8
ttGat Paid For tour OpMonfll
Earn $15-$125 and moral
Abecriutafy Free Info. Own a computer? Put it to
work!$350/1 .0 0 67 w a a k.
Website end domain nemo moat eel vnmedwte
V (816)232-6565 Jobeatnebraaka.com for more
Own a Computer?
Put it to world
Business to Business
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rue or rvi'ame, nours rieuDw
(800)828-8487, ask for Pat
I Deacdne: March 22
Tournament begini March 25. For registration
and Hoc Clay 4360674 or UhraWraPaoixom
ConyaMabonetothe2001 Innocents Society:
Laura Anderson, Justin Cramer. Nga Dmh, Matt
Donahoe. AJIyson Friez, Allison Hamiel, Paul
Harky, Emily Hurd, Ryan Merrill, Kourtney
Mue8ar.JacqiScoulsr. Chris Smith. Anns Vlach.
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Fraternities • ooronties
Clubs* Student Groups
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See us in the Union
March Star the Job Fair
Camp Foster YMCA
of the Okobojies
GET AN APPLICATION:
Game Night at
Pool, foosball & Golden
Tee with cash payoff &
prizes starting at 7pm.
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Anger Management Group
Tuesdays, beginning February 13 at
7:15pm-8:15pm. Nebraska Union Room 338.
r 980 John at472-7450.
Friends of the
sting Monday March 5.20ui, Barkley
lounge. 6pm. A local interpreter will
student lounge. 6pm. A local interpreter \
ape* and we wil have NOMMAnONS far FDC
officers for 2001-2002. A variety of sign skills
needed. Look forwent to seeing you ffiaro.
Bryce Juedes from Grant Thornton will be
speaking Wednesday at 7:30pm in the Union.
Meeting March 7.5:30pm, Burnett 121. Every
one s welcome!
Meets Tuesday. March 6 at 6:30pm in HenzKk
UNL CycSng Meeting March 5 at 7:30pm. In the
CRec TV Lounge. Visitors welcome, it
620 Greek Affairs
Congratulations to Jsnmy Hynes on his election
to the ASUN Senate for the Gokags of Arts and
CongraMations to the wnwrs of the 1st Annual
MHin nk CIwm
urew vanefiy onow.
3n1 - Sigma Alpha Epston
Farmhouse donated the $500 winning prize
money to the local American Cancer Society.
Thank you to everyone for making this event a
FESXA FEED-AQpha Xi Data
Thursday, March 810pa>-2am
AM ypu can eat Macho's with afl proceeds going
to the Make a Wish Foundation- Tickets S3 in
advance $4 at the door.
A belated thank you tor the Iroah last weak. We
had a greet timet
_-The Man of Kappa Sigma
Conyatuiations to the toSowing Pi Phis on their
Congrats to Allison Ham let for being inducted
into the Innoa - - -
i Innocents Society.
Way to go Katie Ehiers and Elizabeth Wychulis
for being accepted nto Nursing SchooL
toa»our new Rho Chis: Lindsay John
Rodecker, Mindi Woichman
Congrats to Monica Kyan, Lindsey DeWoff, Ni
cole Cataway for being into leachor^s
Wby to go girts_We're so proud of yoi£
( AMP COl
Caap Grey lock for Boys
620 Greek Affairs
Show off your (peek totters with dm spring gear
from Greek Xpress. (Visors, Destroyed Caps,
Boxers, Beach Bags, Baby DoH Ts, Spegetti
Strap Tarries). AH in stock and ready for your
630 Student Government
The Oecforal Commission is the commutes that
establishes the rules and procedures for the spr
ingASUN election and the faii Homecoming
etoction. It is the Commission^
make sura the rules are
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>kxi s responsiCHirry to
foiiowea for both of
is Friday, March 9,2001
aM 36 Nebraska Union
645 Lost & Found
FOUND: A set of General Motor car keys in
Hamflton Ha«. Found Wednesday, February 26.
Single GM Key on rim FOUND outside of Mahal
Lae Hat. To claim, cai472-2S88.
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[BEST PART TIME JOB IN TOWN!!!
Work as few as t or up
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Call or stop by today 3:00 pm- 9pm
and start tomorrow!
JRW SALES TELEMARKETING
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•Close to Campus
• Casual dress
• Career Opportunities
Apply Today by caing:
r 1 Teleservices
12th & Q Sts-Above Klnkos
Are you looking for o 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 it’s time to call Hudson Bay Company to set up an interview. Not only will we meet die
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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