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SPR/SMR 1 OR 2 bdrm. in great 3 bdm. apt 3 FULL O
min. from Diag. Pkrg., & ldry., $300/mo. + Chinese t
utils. 616 S. Division. Call Jon 222-0914. pany near

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ranslator needed for electronics com-
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SPR/SMR SUBLET AVAIL. furn. 2 bdrm
apt. A/C., heat & water incl. Rent neg. Call
995-6760 email: aconion@umich.edu
SPRING/SUMMER 1 BDRM, free prkg,
ldry, 5 minfrom campus. $300/mo very neg.
248-765-3164.
SUBLET AVAIL MAY- AUG. Newly
remodeled, furnished, large 3 bdrm. apt. on
East U. Free laundry, dishwasher, parking
avail. Easily accommodates 4 people. Contact
Kristen at 764-5710.
SUBLET MAY-AUG 1 bdrm in 2 bdrm apt.
300 sq ft. Room for 2. Great loc. Furn. Hard-
wood firs. Full kitch. Living rm, dining rm.
Utils. incl. Prkg. $400 neg. 734-997-0358.
SUBLET MAY-AUG NEG, $300 / neg. Fe-
male. 1229 Prospect. 10 min walk to central
campus, Large private room, very clean house
incl. lndry & prkg. Call Laura (734) 213-1074
or email lbdole@yahoo.com.
SUMMER SUBLET, 1 bdm. Walk to
campus, downtown, Med center. Prkg. outdoor
patio. Avail. June-Aug. Call Ben 945-0108.
SUNNY SUMMER SUBLET in Kerrytown.
510 N. State St. 5 bdrms., hardwood firs., cable
TV, ldry. $375 neg. Melissa@734-663-0283.
THE BEST CAMPUS SUBLET. 128 sq. ft.
room of recently remodled home. Includes
ldry., kitchen, two bathrooms, and prkg. 5 min.
walk to campus across from Sgt. Peppers. 350/
month o.b.o.

COLLEGE CLEANERS: Prof Dry
Cleaning & Ldry. Free summer storage. 715 N.
Univ.Next to Hill Auditorium 662-1906.
IMMIGRATION ATTORNEY: experienced,
low rates. Call 302-VISA for free consultation.
MAPLE VILLAGE SELF STORAGE.
Grand Opening. Half off first month's rent.
2 mi. from campus. Behind Kmart. 662-3700.
SUMMER STORAGE - Indoor, temperature
controlled, clean and safe. Call now for reser-
vation. Inn Storage: 663-0690.
THESIS EDITING. All disciplines and
formats. 25 years U-M experience.
(734)996-0566 orwriteon@bizserve.com

$1500 WEEKLY Potential mailing our circu-
lars. For info call 203-977-1720.
$250ADAY potentialbatending training
provided 1-800-293-3985ext 504.
A FUN SUMMER JOB that makes a
DIFFERENCE. Work with children as general
counselors and waterfront staff, from 6/17-8/18.
Must live in Farmington, Bloomfield, Novi,
Binmingham, Troy, or adj. areas.
www.wilwaydaycomp.com or
Call 248-932-2123.
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
(Fulltime) for Ecumenical Center & Interna-
tional Residence. Computer & bookkeeping
skills required. Multi-tasking work with
International student program. Salary package
$36,000 (includes benefits).
ECIR,921 Church St.,AnnArbor 48104 or
734-662-55294
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ALL STUDENTS-SUMMER WORK-
$14.05 base/appt. Full or part time. No tele-
marketing/No door-to door. Scholarships
available. All majors welcome, we train. Great
resume experience. Call now.
(734)944-1223 Mon-Fri I lam-6pm.
Interview now, start after finals.
www.workforstudents.com/np
BOOKKEEPER WANTED. 3 or 4 hours a
day, AM or PM. Call Gary Lillie @
663-6694. www.garylillie.com.
CLERK/MESSENGER $8/HR. 10 hrs/wk.
M-F. Drivers license req. UM central campus.
Call Tammy 764-7312 for interview EOE.
COMMENCEMENT WAIT STAFF
needed. Work for University catering on April
26thand/orApril27th. Call764-2142.
Looking for some
extra cash and a
good resume builder?
Stop looking and apply
now!
The Michigan Daily
Classified Sales. Department
is currently looking for
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FUN, STUDENT ENVIRONMENT
* looking for receptionists/admin. assts.
* Professional environment, Interships
* $6.50-$8.50/hr
* PT/FT available, flexible schedules
* Start now, work in summer
* National CO has a branch in Brighton
* Positions must be filled soon
Call 1-800688-7705 ext 4539
GENERAL CONSTRUCTION,
Maintenance, landscape positions available.
Start $10/hr. Flexible schedule. 996-0119.
GROUNDS MAINTENANCE STAFF -
Part-time now, full time for Spring/Summer.
Excellent income opportunity. Come to
Varsity Management, 625 Church St for
information.
HELP WANTED: PART-TIME Fun while
you work. Flex hrs $12+tips to start, paid
training. Be a certified entertainment specialist.
need car 734-645-4772.
HORIZON CAMPS
Are you DYNAMIC, compassionate,
motivated and looking for the EXPERIENCE
OFA LIFETIME? If so, Horizon Camps is
the place for you! We are five
OUTSTANDING co-ed summer camps,
seeking AMAZING staff to work with
INCREDIBLE kids, ages 7-15. Locations:
NY, PA, ME, WV.All types of positions
available! Salary, room, board, laundy, travel.
wwwhorizoncamps.com. 800-544-5448.
LOOKING FOR 2 ATHLETES or athletic
students to volunteer for research in trigger-
point therapy. (Back pain, neck pain, etc). Call
Van at 419-409-0067.
IF YOU HAVE acne you may qualify for an
investigational study at the University of
Michigan Department of Dermatology. You
may be compensated for your participation. If
you are interested in participating, then call the
University of Michigan Department of
Dermatology and find out more.
The number is 764-DERM.
JOIN THE MOST Powerful Movement of
Working Families in America
The Service Employees Intemational Union,
the nation's largest health care, public and
building service union, has organizer positions
open in Michigan.
If you have good judgment, strong communi-
cation skills, can work with people from di-
verse backgrounds, and have a commitment to
worker's rights, you are urged to apply. Experi-
ence not necessary, but applicants must have
strong work ethic and commitment to political
social and economic justice. Travel is required.
Experience with campus, political, or
community organizing a plus.
Competitive salay; full benefits; training and
advancement opportunities available. Women
and people of color are encouraged to apply.
Fax resume, cover letter and references to
313-936-4642 or email tojungeeseiu.org
MAKE $ FOR YOUR ORGANIZATION:
Art Fair Volunteers needed. Get money for
your club/group and a Free T-Shirt! Join the
2002 AnnArbor Summer Art Fair July 16-20.
For info. contact Sarah:
sarah@michiganguild.org or at 734-662-3382.
MICHIGAN TELEFUND
Now hiring students for flexible night and
weekend schedules. Fun work atmosphere
and great job experience.
Eam $7/hr plus nightly bonuses.
Apply online or stop by 611 Church, Suite 4F.
www.telefund.umich.edu. 998-7420.
MOTIVATED STUDENTS WANTED for
part time computer support work beginning in
May. Applicants should be familar with both
PC and Macontish computers and have good
communication skills. Netware experience
helpful. Pay starts at $12/ hr. Call 764-5427
and ask for Joe or lac.
MYSTERY SHOPPERS NEEDED. Get
paid to shop!! $10-15/hr. with flexible schedul-
ing. No experience neessary. Call Marketing
Concepts at (888) 252-1765.
NOT READY TO LEAVE ANN ARBOR?
Work full time with benefits for a year or two
in a busy and rewarding university office dedi-
cated to quality teaching at the U. Secretarial
and event planning positions available starting
this spring or summer. Call CRLT at
764-0505. U of M is an Equal Opportunity
Employer.
PAINTER WANTED Reliable, honest, some
experience helpful. Call 482-9205.
PART TIME WORK as private nurse aid in
my home. Female student to work 5-30 hrs/wk
for spring and summer at $10.50-$12/hr. Car-
ing for my cheerful elderly mother, a stroke
victim. Pleasant, easy work, nice environment.
Prefer nursing student or someone with similar
experience. Apply now. Please write a descrip-
tion of your experience, education, current situ-
ation,-work needs, availability and phone #, to
PO Box 130634, Ann Arbor, MI 48113-0634.
PART-TIME RECEPTION WORK in busy
real estate office. Call weekdays 761-9666.
REAL LIFE LIVING Services is accepting

applications for direct support staff working
with people with developmental disabilities.
Great experience for students in OT, PT, ST.
Psybh, Social Work, Nursing, and Human Ser-
vices. $7.75-$9.00/hr. Applicants must be 18
years of age, possess a valid, unrestricted
drivers license, and have a HS diploma or
GED. 734-222-6076. FOE.
RESEARCH ASSISTANT, Home-School
Teacher positions. Will train.
$28,000/yr. Graduate or SAT 1200. Cham-
pagne, Illinois, income-sharing, family-oriented
community. www.childrenforthefuture.org 1-
800-498-7781.
SPRING & SUMMER Childcare substitutes:
work according to your schedule.
Great job for psych and education students.
Fun job. Bilingual & males encouraged. Call
St. Paul Early Childhood Center:668-0887.
SUMMER INTERNSHIPS
Earn $3000-$7000+ and gain valuable experi-
ence working for the UofM Official Campus
Telephone Directory. Excellent advertising,
sales, and marketing opportunity.
GREAT RESUME BOOSTER! Call Paul@
Aroundcampus INC 1-800-466-2221 x 288.
www.aroundcampus.com
SWIMMING POOL SERVICE and
construction. Fast paced outdoor work,
Weekends off. Top pay for hard working, self
motivated people to work in the NW
DETROIT SUBS. 248-477-7727.

THE FOWLER CENTER. Summer Camp
for children and adults w/ special needs. June 10 -
Aug. 16. Seeks applicants for counselors,
outdoor education, barn & organic garden,
equestrian instructor, creative arts, sports &
recreation, life guards, nurses. Make a differ-
ence in someone's life. Barrier free recreation
for all. Call 989-673-2050.
email: programs@thefowlereenter.org.
YOU WANT TO CHANGE THINGS:
Teach for America recruitment intemship for
02-'03 school year. Send resume and cover
letter to: mzamoraateachforamerica org

Camp Greylock & Romaca
seek caring, energetic
counselors and coaches.
Co-ed staffs, competitive salaries
+ room and 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, Gymnastics,
Hiking. Inline-Hockey, Lacrosse,
Mountain Biking, Sailing, Soccer,
Softball, Swimming, Tennis,
Volleyball, Waterskiing, plus nursing
and administrative positions.
Beautiful waterfront campus,
outstanding group of people,
very rewarding summer.

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DIRECTOR FOR NEW remote-control car
and plane camp. Wayne/Oakland county.
Experience-based pay, $15/hr. minimum.
June 15 -Aug. 15. futurestarsports@hotmail.com
GREAT SUMMER JOB! Perfect for educa-
tion majors; work with children on field trips,
birthday parties, work outside. May-Aug.
$8/hr. Spring Valley Trout Farm. 20 Minutes
from UofM. Dexter. 734-426-4772.
INTERNSHIP FALLEN THROUGH? Still
waiting to hear? F/T positions avail. for
summer. Great $. Tavel. Open to all majors.
Call Kara Leppert for more info. 222-0742.
PAINTERS AND CREW CHIEFS wanted.
Enjoy your summer working outside. Training
provided, no experience necessary. Earn $8-
$12 per hr. Positions avail. locally and
throughout MI. 1-800-405-6227 or e-mail
plevans200I @3aol.com
SUMMER MONEY, HAVE fun in the sun
and earn between $3,000-$5,000. Hiring
house painters/foremen. call 888-277-9787 or
visit www.collegepro.com.
SUMMER WORK OPPORTUNITY Select-
ing hardworking, independent students for
sales and business management training. Full
time, great $ and travel. Erica 222-5032.
WE ARE LOOKING for a fun, experienced
and energetic day camp nature, science, wood-
working, dance, or sports instructor. 7/1- 8/2.
Great pay! Call 994-9832.

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*TODAY* CHECK OUT ASIAN Pacific
American Diag Day! llam-3pm. FREE food,
performances, twister, face painting, mehndi/
henna artist, freebies & MUCH more! Promot-
ing diversity & awareness ofAPA culture.
ADOPTION: HAPPILY MARRIED couple
wishes to adopt newborn. Full-time mother &
successful father to love, care & nurture. Ex-
penses paid. Call Teny & Bob.
1-800-652-6183.
B.Y.O.B. BRING YOUR OWN BOOKS.
Kids at Greenfield Union and Harms Elemen-
tary School need books. 90% of the students
are below poverty line. We are collecting
books & $. Please email detroitca)umich.edu.
BACK AND NECK pain? Try Chiropractic.
Dr. Jayson Epstein, 25 years experience. Relief
phase intro: 4 treatments $75. Near UM.
994-5966.
EXTRA STRENGTH PROTECTION
Always be prepared with two trained body-
guards at your side for a week. One of 10
grand prizes you can win for returning your
books to the right place. Michigan Book &
Supply and GotUsed.com

FRATERNITIES - SORORITIES
CLUBS - STUDENT GROUPS
Eain$1,000-$2,000 with the easy Campus-
r fi indraise.corn three hour fundraising event
Does not involve credit card applications. Fun-
draising dates are filling quickly, so call today!
Contact Campusfundraisercom at
(888) 923-3238, or visit
wwwcampusfiundraisercom
SHOUTZ TO HGN: Nilu, Avani, JTang,
Shivani, Shivangi, Roxy, Nidhi, Karen, Erica,
Reena, Sooj, Gwen, Snehal, Christina, Jennifer.
Komposit:Resh, Rick, Lynn, Bernard, Derek,
Nit, Ro, Jenn, Greg, Sparkle. Gotta love my No
Touching Crew! My cool roomie Amy! Hey
Ericka, Autumn & Marisa-coolest nursing stu-
dents. Can't forget FASA, UAAO, APA 101,
AAA, ECC girlies, APAHM, Funktion boyz
& Dance2xs crew. Luv always, Charlene
TOMATO FIGHT
THOUSANDS of tomatoes to throw in the
world's largest tomato fight in Spain. One of
10 super duper prizes you can snatch when
you return your textbooks to Ulrich's Book-
store. (lame on GotUsed.com
www.knedepshag.com
Ann Arbor CD Release
April 17 * Blind Pig * Doors 9:30
s.fHAG
w.s.g. Full an~d All Fours

ABLE SUMMER NANNY. Looking for a
loving, non-smoker nanny for 3 girls (14, 10
and 8) from June 17-Aug. 26, full time (much
of it at the pool). Great pay, Some paid vaca-
tion! Also need a sitter afternoons, 3:15-6:15
from 4/29-6/14. Combine both for a great sum-
mer job! Must have own car and references.
741-9860.
AFTER SCHOOL CHILD care: for 2 kids 8
& 11. 3:30-6:00 pm. 2-3 days/wk. Experience
and interest in kids. $8/hr. 995-2850.
BABYSHTTER NEEDED. LOVING and
responsible for our 2 1/2 yr. old boy in our Westside
home. 4-6 hours/wk. $8/hr. Call 761-8844.
CHILD CARE IN our Ann Arbor home
needed. 10 am to 2 pm. Two days per week.
747-7513
CHILD CARE NEEDED. Graduate medical
student seeks energetic summer companion for
single toddler, in my Waterford home. 4 of 5
Weekdays, 7:30am- 5:30pm. Must be punctual
and reliable, have a valid drivers license and
provide a copy of driving record. Application
and references required. $1000+ per month
plus reimbursement at summer's end for up to
6 credit hours of completed coursework at
OCC (or comparable bonus).
Call (248)872-8559.
FLEXIBLE HOURS. 2-3 weekdays. June-
Aug. for older boys transp. and supervision.
Own car, male & female. Please apply. Near
campus. Fun & easy. 971-2171.
IF YOU ENJOY sports, computer games and
game cube- conisder supervising our 10 & 12
YR. old boys this summer! Approximate hours
are 9-5, Mon.- Fri. Call 668-8542 evenings.
MATURE, OUTGOING, NON-SMOKER

AVAIL NOW OR fall, graduate student seeks
non-smoking roommate for a two bdrm top
floor apt. walk to campus, quiet neighborhood,
wsr/dryer, prkg. avail., $408/mo. call 615-4559.
AVAIL. MAY 1ST. 2 bdrm., 2 bath., Close to
UM Stadium and Briarwood Mall. Rent
$500/mo. + Security Deposit. Call Denise @
517-256-6254.

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