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LOCAL/STATE
creek councils vote to enact new EMPLOYMENT

policy for alcohol at parties

GREEKS
Continued from Page 1A
One of the strongest arguments against the new
policy was made in opposition to the mandatory
C week social probation given to any house hav-
g a keg or hosting a "Friends" party where alco-
hol is present, within the restricted time frame.
Sorority and fraternity members said that the
penalty is too harsh and does not give them time to
redeem themselves.
IFC President Rohith Reddy responded by say-
ing that it is severe so that violations will not occur

in the first place.
Reddy said the new policy needed to be
installed because it hasn't been reformed or
replaced in nine years. "We are trying to make a
safer environment, we are not trying to end under-
age drinking,."
Members of the Panhel and IFC executive
board said they were excited about the outcome of
the vote and that it would be greatly beneficial for
the Greek community in the future.
"What we did today was insure that the Greek
community would be around for the indefinite
future," Reddy said.

Continued fram Page 1A
The 1997 edition of "The Statistical Abstract
of the United States" supports the claim that
technical careers have experienced an increas-
ing demand. Between 1994 to 2005, the occu-
pations of systems analyst and computer engi-
neer are projected to grow at a rate of 92 per-
cent and 91 percent, respectively, the report
states.
Art and Design senior Leane Edwards said
she has had some rueful experiences with com-
puters in her academic career.
Edwards said the school has not been par-
ticularly helpful in her search for a job,
adding that the "art school is evolving" so
its "computer facilities are not up to stan-
dards.

"If I wanted to teach in the inner cities, I
could probably have a job in a heartbeat."
-Jamie Weitzel
Education senior

"Valuable experience" that she could have
gained through an internship was simply not
provided by the school, Edwards said.
But she said she does feel confident about
her prospects and that depending on where a
person works, a graphic design graduate can
make $20,000 or more per year.
Seniors from various fields expressed confi-
dence about their future careers. Nursing
senior Sarah Kyle said "nursing is on a high"
right now after a point of massive layoffs four
years ago.

Karen Eisenhauer, a Business senior who
has happily secured a job, said the School of
Business Administration made the search
"really easy" by providing job fairs with heavy
recruiting.'
Dentistry senior Julie Sarya, a future dental
hygienist, said "dental hygiene's the best job -
you want a job, that's what you do" because the
field abounds with opportunities.
Jamie Weitzel, an education senior, said "Iff1
wanted to teach in the inner cities, I could
probably have a job in a heartbeat."

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Price neg. Call Yener at 741-7061.
SUBLET: DIVISION ST. One bedroom
efficiency. $575. 734-552-1355.
1 -FOUR PERSON APT., Avail May-
ust, A/C, rent negotiable, underground
parking, behind B-school. Call 930-6132.

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COLLEGE CLEANER-Professional Dry
aning and Summer Storage available.
ement at 715 N. University. 662-1906.
EDITING & FORMAT. Theses, books,
journal articles, proposals. All disciplines.
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LOANS, LOANS, LOANS! Need a loan.
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call 1-877-633-4621 toll free.
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1-3 years experience with M.S. Windows
95/98/NT4, Solaris, and/or Linux.
Networking experience a plus. Desirable
qualities include troubleshooting software
and hardware issues, and the ability to
support a user base with a positive attitude
JUNIOR PROGRAMMER
0-3 years experience with Visual Basic,
C/C++, Java, SQL, or HTML. Oracle or other
database experience is a plus. Ability to work
independently and a strong willingness to
learn. on the job training available to
successful candidates.
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2853 Jolly Rd.
Okemos, MI 48864
Fax to 517-333-0145
or e-mail to Info@ajboggs.com
or visit us at www.aiboggs.com
ATTENTION BUSINESS MINDED
SOPHOMORES AND JUNIORS
The Michigan Daily is currently accepting
applications for its Circulation Manager
position to begin in late August. If you are
looking for...
" real-world business experience
* the ability to set your own hours (between
10-18 per week)
" a fun, student-run work environment
" an opportunity to market and handle
distribution of 18,000 daily newspapers
..then call Adam at 764-0558 for an
application. Deadline is April 16, so call
today!
ANN ARBOR'S lARGEST "IIB. AND CONFERENCE
CENTER IS R MWIN AND IS L00ING FOR NEW
TEAM PLAYERS.
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From Home or School! For Details
Email: Apply4now@smartbot.net
770-937-6764
ORK STUDY STUDENTS: Spring/
Summer positions available with option to
continue Fall/ Winter. Learn a variety of
work skills related to conference planning in
higher education. Positions available in
clerical, accounting, and membership
services. Computer exp. helpful. Casual
attire, work on central campus! Contact
Susan 998-6965.
$$WORK IN CALIFORNIA$$
Looking for something different this
summer? Build your resume and make
aiey, ave. made $2714/mo. Fun &
lenging job for ind. students. Call Casey
971-0790 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
$1500 WEEKLY potential mailing our
circulars. For info call (203)-319-2802.
A FUN SUMMER JOB that makes a
DIFFERENCE. Work with children as
general counselors from 6/21-8/13. Must live
in Farm., Bim. Fd., Novi, Birm., or adj.
areas. Email Willowaydc@aol.com or Call
Willoway Day Camp 248-932-2123.

FIND YOUR
SUMMER
JOB NOW!!
We have many full time
& part time
positions in the Ann Arbor
& surrounding areas.
Adm. Asst.
Data Entry
General Office
Receptionist
Assembly
Light Industrial
Shipping/Receiving
Apply Mon. - Thurs.
8:30 - 10:30 AM or
1:30- 3:30 PM at
5060 Jackson Rd, Independence Plaza,
Ann Arbor. Picture ID
& Social Security Card Required.
Pay ranges: $7-12 hr.
Visit our Website at:
www.PerformancePersonnel.com
FRIENDLY, ENERGETIC PEOPLE
needed for first class, fast paced tanning
salon. Apply at Tanfastic, 627 S. Main St.
GOLF COURSE RIDERS needed by
national golf pub syndicate to write reviews.
Bad pay, free golf, email support at
rockies.com or call 520-219-5760.
GREAT SUMMER COUNSELOR
POSITIONS
Have Fun, Make a Difference,Summer in
New England
Residential Summer Camps seek staff in all
individual and team sports: Baseball,
Basketball, Tennis, Soccer, Inline Hockey,
Golf, Swimming, Sailing, Water-skiing, Mt.
Biking, Backpacking, Climbing
wall/challenge Course, football, Lacrosse,
Coaching, General staff positions, office,
dance, and gymnastics. Located in the
mountains of Massachusetts just 2 1/2 hours
from NYC & Boston. Competitive Salaries
+ room/board.
Call Camp Greylock for Boys (800) 842-
5214 or Camp Romaca for Girls (800) 779-
2070.
Healthy summer - Stay in Shape - Work
Outdoors.
GREAT SUMMER JOB-Perfect for
education majors. Work with children on
field trips, help on farm, some fish cleaning.
Job runs May-Aug. $7.50/hr. 40 hour week,
Spring Valley Trout Farm, Dexter, MI. (734)
426-4772.
GROUNDS POSITION
Large Farmington Hills Apt. Community.
Full time, May - Sept.
Fax resume: (248) 478-7690 or
call for application: (248) 478-7884.
HOTEL DESK CLERK needed.
Computers. cash handling, customer service.
Bonus potential. Flexible schedule, full time
available. Jennifer, 936-0100.
HOUSECLEANING and other chores.
Evenings and weekends. Reasonable rates.
528-8845.
STUDENT
NURSES
Earn up to
$8.25/hr.
$15.25/visit
Rochester based home care
agency hiring
student nurses as home
health aides to assist elder-
ly clients in Rochester and
other areas of Oakland &
Macomb County.
Immediate work available,
flexible hours based on
your availability. Paid
mileage and healh insur-
ance. Must have completed
clinical rotation, have
phone and car.
Home Health Outreach
1-800-852-0995
JOBS, JOBS, JOBS!!!
Chat with famous UM alumni, enhance your
resume while you earn some extra cash!!!
**Telefund needs you!** Flexible evening
hours, paid training. Earn up to $8/hour!!
Call 998-7420 for more info or stop by 611
Church #4F.
JUST GRADUATED? LOOKING FOR A

CAREER? Career opportunities available in
our Ann Arbor office. We are a leader in
Medical Billing Management and currently
bill for multi-specialty physicians in four
states. Those who should inquire must be
dedicated, meticulous and quick thinking.
Excellent communication and business
writing skills a must Knowledge of human

LANDSCAPING
Horticulture students and all who love
outdoors. Great pay! Will train.
Farm. Hills area/ 248-426-0656.
LIFEGUARDS & WSI'S
Part time/full time, outdoor pools
5/26 to 9/1/99, must be 18 yrs. old,
current ARC certification, flexible
hours, pay based on experience.
Apply at Ann Arbor Reality,
616 Church, 663-7444.
LIFEGUARDS AND WSI'S wanted @
Walnut Hills Country Club in E. Lansing.
ARC or Ellis certified. Send resume or
application to: 2874 Lake Lansing Rd. E.
Lansing, MI 48823. Attn.: Doug Kahl. Apps
due April 23rd.
MACKINAC ISLAND RESORT Hotel
seeking summer staff/front desk, dining
room, kitchen, and maintenance. Contact
Iroquois Hotel winter office (in Ann Arbor)
at 327-9660. e-mail: iroquois@freeway.net
NEEDED PART-TIME administrative
assistant. 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. for busy non-
profit. Exp. w/ MS Word, datatbase
management, and bulk mailing preferred.
PART-TIME WEEKEND position working
directly with pregnant and parenting teens.
Some college pref. with exp. in human
services. Please contact Barbara at FPJHP
761-1440 or fax resume to 761-7164.
NORTHERN MICHIGAN Summer Camp
for girls has openings for female staff;
sailing, life guard training, tennis. drama.
248-851-1318. www.campseagull.com
NOW HIRING.
Bussing staff, hostess or hostesses. Flex. hrs.
Great pay. Exc. working environment. Apply
in person at the Blue Nile Restaurant, 221 E.
Washington St. by the 5th Ave. entrance.

SUMMER CAMP COUNSELORS Needed
for Premier Camps in Massachusetts.
Positions available for talented, energetic,
and fun loving students as counselors in all
team sports, all individual sports such as
Tennis & Golf, Waterfront & Pool activities,
& specialty activities including art, dance,
theatre, gymnastics, newspaper, rocketry &
radio. Great Salaries, room, board and travel.
June 19-Aug. 18. Enjoy a great summer that
promises to be unforgettable. MAH-KEE-
NAC (Boys): 1-800-753-9118. DANBEE
(Girls): 1-800-392-3752.
www.greatcampiob.com
SUMMER CAMP POSITIONS:
Make a difference in the life of a child!
Summer therapy camp for handicapped
children. Located on shore of Lake Superior
near Big Bay, MI. Positions available for
Counselors, Waterfront, Instructors for
Nature/ Arts & Crafts/ Recreation/ Canoeing/
Kayaking. Nurses, Therapists, Food Service,
and Auxiliary. Must be enthusiastic,
responsible, and love children. June 13
through August 8. Salary, room and board,
and experience of a lifetime provided. Call or
write for application and information. Bay
Cliff Health Camp, 310 W. Washington,
Suite 300, Marquette, MIl 49855, (906) 228-
5770. email BayCliffHC@aol.com
SUMMER EMPLOYMENT available, earn
up to $18.50 an hour. Michigan company
seeking hard working, honest, dependable
person to work the summer. Work available
throughout Michigan. Send resume to: P.O.
Box 80771, Lansing, MI 48908-0771. EOE.
SWIMMING POOL SERVICE &
construction. Top pay for hard-working, self-
motivated people to work in the NW Detroit
subs Must be trustworthy & dependable. 248-
477-7727.
TELEMARKETING EVE. $7-12/hr. No
selling! Call Allen 996-1107.
WAITSTAFF AND SETUP
Commencement weekend (April 30th and
May 1st). Michigan Union Catering and
Uclub.
Great money, free meal, fun atmosphere,
possible continuous employment. Need not
be a student. Apply at 1310 Michigan Union,
or call 936-2699.
WANTED. FULL TIME aid for 5th grader
who has autism at a school in Ann Arbor for
1999-2000 school year. Aid will monitor his
academic skills and deliver facilitations in the
regular ed. classroom. College degree
desired. No experience required. Contact
Nina (810) 231-7374.

TIGERS OPENING (BLEAQIWER) -
collective soul, Marilyn Manson(Mam Floor)
Violent Femmes, Dave Mathews, Aerosmith.
248-613-1632.
announcements
a
ADOPT: A YOUNG LOVING couple with
a close caring and supportive family want to
share their warm, laughter and love with a
newborn. Expenses paid, Plese call Judyann
and David, 800-447-0321.
LESSONS-STRINGS-WIND-PIANO. You
can play today- Herb David Guitar Studio
302 E. Liberty 665-8001.
SHOOTING STARS & Fox Networks will
be in town to do a Naked Mile Documentary.
We're looking for female students who wish
to participate. Please contact us ASAP:
naedmile@yahoo.com
UM DEPT. OF DANCE invites you to
celebrate spring with our introductory dance
courses-no dance exp. required. Division
671-intro. to ballet Course#112--sec#101
MW from 10-11:30. Course#112--sec#102
TTh 10-11:30. Intro. to Modern-
Course#102--sec#101 MW 1-2:30.
Course#102--sec#102 TTh 1-2:30. For
information: 763-5460.
VOLUNTEERS ARE SOUGHT for a study
using positron emission tomography (PET) to
examine brain function. Subjects should be
healthy, age 18-40, and not taking
medications. The PET study uses a
radiotracer and takes about 3 hrs. A prior
interview session lasts about 2 hrs.
Compensation will be $150. Call 936-4847
for more information.
WINTER ESCAPE--COZY log cabins on
lake. $54-79 ntly. Incl. hot tub, ski trails.
Near downhill. Traverse City. 616-276-9502.

ATTENTION STUDENTS!!
MI TELEFUND is hiring!! Create your own
schedule, gain valuable computer &
communication skills. Paid training, fun
atmosphere. Up to $8/hr. Bonuses galore!
For application & info stop by 611 Church
#304 or call 998-7420.
BANK ON GETTING A TAN! Make $7-
10/hr. plus bonuses working outdoors this
summer. College Pro Painters is now hiring
crew managers and painters for the Ann
Arbor area and other areas across the state.
Call 734-665-8036.
Biology, Science, Education and Liberal
Arts Graduates
No Experience Required
Free Training in a Field with Superb
Opportunities: Biomedical Information
Technology
Start at 28K. Most people earn 34K within a
year, plus full benefits. IMS, Inc. is offering a
free 4 week programming course. In the last
2 years. IMS, Inc. has hired over 90% of the
students who have taken this course. Courses
start June 7 or July 12. Positions located in
Silver Spring, Maryland 8 miles outside D.C.
Call 888-680-5057. WWW.IMSWEB.COM.
CAMP JOBS
For residents of Chicago's Northern suburbs.
DISCOVERY DAY CAMP is seeking
nurturing staff: counselors and specialists in
nature, ropes course, gymnastics, drama,
tennis, and swimming. Bus driving positions
available for over 2Is. Call 800-659-4332 or
email ilise@campdiscovery.com
CANOE LIVERY HELP. Accepting
applications for seasonal positions, full &
part time. Must be able to work Sat., Sun.,
and holidays. Bonus wage plan. Skip's Canoe
Livery 769-8686 or 426-1651.
CollegeBytes.com Internship!
Interested in an internet-related career?
join us this summer at CollegeBytes, a
rapidly expanding college-oriented website
founded by top executives from Lycos,
Netscape, and Object Design. Internships are
available in the editorial, campus relations,
marketing, and engineering departments.
Interns will work on-site in Cambridge, MA.
Housing is available. Interns should have
completed their freshman, sophomore, or
junior year.
-For more information, contact: Karen Hat
at karen@commonnlaces.com or
1-888-271-9854 ext. 213.
COMPETITIVE WAGES, flexible shifts,
weekend hours...work at the Home Depot.
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OFFICE ASSIST. May-Aug. 20-40 hrs./wk.
S9/hr. General office duties mcl. Word
processing. This position requires moving &
lifting of heavy boxes. Contact Jody Gray
764-5454.
OFFICE MANAGER/ ASSIST. for
landscape design build firmin Ann Arbor.
Must be able to operate PC, communicate
with clients, perform basic accounting,
provide office support. Great opportunity for
those who wish to run a business. FIT
summer, P/T fall & winter. $8/ hr. 668-7519.
P/T ASSISTANCE needed by Ann Arbor
Blind man. You will: read mail, provide
transportation, perform other sight-require.-
tasks. Summer and maybe beyond. $7.50/hr.
Flexible hours. Call Paul 973-9433.
PAINTERS RESIDENTIAL Interviewing"
for summer positions. No exp.ineeded.
Reliable vehicle & valid driver license a
must. Call 995-0715.
PANIC ATTACKS? Suddenly, out of the
blue, you feel frightened or anxious. Your
heart may pound, or you tremble and cannot
catch your breath. If you have had such
attacks, and you are between 18 and 50,
healthy, medication free including birth
control pills and hormones, and not a shift
worker, volunteer for a U of M research
project. We are trying to understand the brain
chemistry of panic and you could help.
Evaluation includes physical exam, EKG,
bloodwork and an interview. Study requires
two half days at the hospital, an IV and blood
draws. Compensation up to $150.00. Call
936-8726.
PART TIME CHILD CARE for youth w/
emotional impairment. $8-10/hr. transp. req.,
flex. hrs., next training May 15. Call Carolyn
at 971-9605.
PART-TIME OFFICE work available May
thru August at Student Publications. We are
looking for detail oriented, organized
individuals. Retail experience a plus. 20
hours per week minimum. $7/hr. Send
resumes or application letters to Summer Job,
21 E Student Publications, Ann Arbor, MI
48109-1327
PART-TIME TEACHERS needed for child
care centers. $7.65 per hour. If you are
available afternoons or full days, please call
761=2576.
PAY FOR SCHOOL BY OWNING
YOUR OWN BUSINESS. International
communications company seeks independent
representatives. Earn up to $1600/mo. P/T.
Call 1-888-234-1950 ext. 6056.
RESTAURANT/KITCHENstaff needed for
small Ann Arbor Country Club. Golf season
mid April - mid Sept. Must be hard working,
reliable, good ref., & love food. Call soon
517-333-8739 to set up interview.
SCOREKEEPERS NOW HIRING part
time cooks, waitstaff, and floormen for
March through July 30th (Art Fair). Must be
available spring and summer terms. No
experience needed but helpful. Apply today
at 310 Maynard across from Borders books.
SHOWROOM ASSIST. Assisting

WOMEN! WOULD YOU like to quit
smoking without gaining weight? Join a
research study at U of M Nicotine Research
Lab. Free smoking cessation treatment with
nicotine replacement. Pays $150. Call 763-
9000 and enter category #6323.

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5 LAW STUDENTS SEEK 1roommate for
Fall '99 in great hse. I blk. from State &
Packard. Rent $475. Russell 827-1526.
BAY CITY- that's where I'd like to be!!
Junior looking to rent rm. in Bay City home.
May-Aug. 764-2662 or ggcC umich.edu

ABLE CHILDCARE NEEDED approx. 10
hrs./wk. after school & wknd. eves. 7 & 10
yr. old boys. 663-3482.
AFTER SCHOOL CHILDCARE for 2
girls ages 7 & 11 in our Ann Arbor home.
3:30- 6:30 p.m. 2-5 afternoons/wk. at $9/ hr..
specific days flexible. Non-smoker, ref. &
own reliable transportation required.
Available immediately. Call 996-8453 eve.
BABYSITTER WANTED for long-term
committment. Flexible hours. Must have
references and own transportation. 665-6607.
BABYSITTER NEEDED for 3 children in
West Bloomfield for Friday nights & some
Saturday & Sundays (days). Great pay.
Please call after 4 p.m. (248) 682-5582.
BABYSITTER NEEDED for ocassional
days/evenings. Car nec., need ref. 434-2878.
BABYSITTER NEEDED in my Ann Arbor
home after school for 2 girls. M-F 3-5:30
Mayl-June 18. Non-smoker, must have own
car. Call Jill at 482-4500 or 747-8748.
BABYSITTER NEEDED some eves. & 2
afternoons per week for June, July. & Aug.
Walking distance to campus. 663-5310.
BABYSITTER NEEDED TUESDAYS in
summer. Two boys, 2 & 5. Must have own
trans. 996-8379.
CARING & ENERGETIC student to care
for 4 and 6 yr. old . Fall semester, 8-16
hrs./wk. Very flex., good pay, own trans., n-
smkr. 944-0228.
DAYCARE FOR TWIN BOYS (Perfect
job for college student attending sprng/
summer classes.) Northeast A2 in subdivision
with pool. Car req. P/T during school yr.; F/T
in Aug. & some wks. in June & July. 734-
662-5392 eve. 8-9p.m. & Sat.
GET PAID TO PLAY. Earn $7-8/hr. 10-20
hrs./wk. We will work around your schedule.
913-0677 or 913-5407.
KIND, WARM, LOVING n-smkg. person
w/ bright personality to babysit 2 small
children. Mon., Wed., Fri. 10:30 a.m. to 6:30
p.m. $7/hr. Begin May 1. 994-0035.

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AMATEUR VIDEOGRAPHERS
Documentary film makers looking for Hi-
quality video footage-Naked Mile 1999. We
pay top $$. Please contact us at Videocat
@hotmail.com.
LOVING COUPLE & adopted son long for
new born. Stay at home mom, professional
dad ready to open relationship with birth
family. Allowable expenses. Shirley/ Drew
800-607-3632.

A FUN WAY TO BUILD YOUR
RESUME!

Campus reps needed to perform year-round
marketing and campus research functions.
Must enjoy interacting with other
students/faculty, posses above average
communication skills, and be a self starter.
ible hours: 10-15/wk. average. Must be
lable over summer months. Great pay
and fringe benefits, including discounts on
your textbooks. CALL 1-800-921-1099 or e-
mail iobs@theuzone.com with a resume
attachment. EOE
ALL-MEDIA GUIDE (AMG). the world's
largest music database and reference website,
has two full-time openings for data linkers
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SPECIAL GIFT - We're looking for healthy
women between the ages 21-35 for egg'
donation. All ethnic backgrounds are
encouraged. Fee paid. Send inquiries to
AARMA, P.O. Box 2674, Ann Arbor, MI
48106.

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