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CENTRAL CAMPUS PARKING:
Live far away? Park close! Many loca-
tions available. Call Varsity Manage-
ment (734) 668-1100 or
COVERED AND UNCOVED park-
ing on Central Campus rates start at
$50 per month. Call 734-995-9200 for
PARK ON CENTRAL CAMPUS-
This space is worth every penny in the
winter. (In Michigan, winter can last
until April). Only 50 steps In the B
Schaol. Call Arch Realty at 734-995-
9200 or stop into 616 Church Street to
secure your spot today.
PARKING AVAIL. CENTRAL Cam-
pus, near B School and Law Schoal
1998 BMW 540. Good condition.
175,000 miles. Original owner.
734-429-2850 or email@example.com
I CENTRAL CAMPUS!
6& 7 BEDROOM HOUSES
Parking, free laundry
Leasing now for May 2010
!! BEAUTIFUL HOMES !!
6 to 12 bedrooms. Very close to
Campus. SIGN NOW for May 2010.
Central Air, Free Laundry, Free
!!LG. RM., Hill St. off State. Prkg.
For male. $375/mo. 845-399-9904.
* NOW LEASING FOR MAY 2010 *
1 & 2 Bdrm. furn. apts. 402 Hill St. &
1313 S. State. Avail now. Ldry., A/C,
heat, free prkg. Call 734-904-6735.
100 STEPS FROM Michigan Stadium
Three bedroom house, two car garage,
sunroom, formal dining room, dish-
washer, hardwood flooring, ceramic
bath, full basement w/ laundry and attic
storage. Great for UM football fans
and/or EMU commuters. Call Pat 663-
Studio & 1
Tawer Flaa Cendeminiurn
Immediate move-in. $450-$500. Two
locations near campus. 734-996-1991
3 AND 4 BR Units. Central Campus
and Kerry Town. Immediate Occu-
pancy. Best Locations, Best Prices,
Best Landlord. Call 734-995-9200 or
917 PACKARD: REDUCED price
on Central Campus! Fully furnished 2
bedroom, heat, water and parking in-
cluded for 12 month lease. Terms ne-
gotiable and we'll help find a room-
mate. Call Varsity Management (734)
AARDVARKS AND WOLVER-
INES! Your attention please!
Campus Management, Inc. invites you
to visitwww.CampusMgt.com, the best
local website for the best selection of
apartments and houses. We specialize
in houses and apartments very close to
central campus. Lots of 2 bedroom
apts. and smaller available too! All are
attractively priced, most include park-
ing, many are furnished and some in-
clude utilities. Contact us by phone to
schedule a personal showing with our
rental agent. Ask for Pat. 663-4101.
AVAIL. 9/1/10. WILLIAM & Divi-
sion. 6+ bdrm. hse. Gallatin Realty Co.
AVAILABLE NOW 1 bdrm. on S.
Forest near South U. 734-996-2836.
AVAILABLE NOW! GREAT 2
Bdrm apt. in prime location, private bal-
cony, heat/water incl., fully furnished,
free parking, $999/mo. 734-665-8825.
CONDO FOR RENT. 2 bdrm. 2 bath.
Recently remodeled. Fireplace on 3rd
floor. Pauline & Stadium. 248-318-9759
DELUXE 2 BDRM 2 story on Long-
shore Dr. Half a mile to UM Med.
School and Hospital. One mile to north
campus. Wshr/dryer in unit, $850/m.,
water included. Call 734-395-5288.
Now Leasing for May 2009
r oP;zza #5 e
616 Church Street
LARGE one and two bedrooms apart-
ments on Central and North Campus,
734-662-5500 for appointment.
STUDIO APARTMENT WITHIN
walking distance of central campus,
parking included. Available immedi-
ately. Call Campus Management 734-
LUXURY COMMUNITY 8 mins.
North of A2 has 2 & 3 bdrms. from
$585-$900/mo. 970-1279 sq. ft. Lots of
amenities. Ask about our special.
ROOM FOR RENT in 2000 sq. ft
house near U of M North Campus.
$550/month. A/C, wshr/dryer, dwshr,
garage prkg, basement storage, dogs
and cats welcome. 734-668-6152.
MAY TO MAY NO-MONEY-
DOWN-LEASES. Luxury 3, 4, 5
bdrm. aps. avail. at the corner of Hill
& S. Forest. Call for details: 734-665-
RECENTLY RENOVATED 2 BR
Near IM Building- Available for imme-
diate Occupancy, just 5 minutes walk
to the Union. Heat, Water, Furnishings,
and Parking Included. Prices starting at
$725/mo, call 734-995-9200 for details.
NOW LEASING FOR 2010-2011-
Arch Realty located at 616 Church
Street, for more details call 734-995-
9200 or see www.archrealtyco.com
ROOMS AVAILABLE! CENTRAL
Campus/Kerrytown $395-$550; Heat,
Water, & Electric Included. Parking
available. Call 734-995-9200 or stop
into 616 Church Street. More info at
for May 2010:
Large 2 Bedroom Apts!
Contact Post Realty for
showing or more information:
LARGE ONE BEDROOM apartment
available immediately, 2 blocks east of
the business school. Heat, water and
parking included. Call Campus Man-
STUDIO'S AND 1 Bedrooms avail-
able fr immediate ccupancy, Great
Locations including Kerrytawnaed
Central Campus. Call 734-995-9200 or
stop by 616 Church Street for more in-
WANTED GRAD STUDENT/ profes-
sor. New 1 bdrm. Chelsea apt. $625.
Util, elec., cable, DSL. Country hse on
100 acre nature preserve. 734-475-0291.
1 & 2 bdrm., modern, clean, quiet
5 min. walk. No Sept. rent.
3 BDRM $1200/MO + util. Short term
avail. 1037 Packard. 734 996 1991.
LUXURY APARTMENT AVAIL-
ABLE Near U f M Hspia. Ex-
tremely spacious 3BR/2BA apartment
available for immediate occupancy
across the street from U of M hospital.
Amenities include Central Air, Beauti-
ful Hard Wad Flrs, Dishwasher,
and On-Site Laundry. Carprt Parking
Available. Call 734-995-9200 for an ap-
pointment, picturesavailable at
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GRAD STUDENTS & Professionals:
1015 W. Huron, 2 bedroom fully fur-
nished, heat, water, parking included,
in unit washer/dryer available. Call Var-
sity Management for dts (734) 668-
1100 or www.varsitymanagement.com
LARGE FURNISHED 2 or 3 bdrm.
apt. at 1111 S. State, Near U-M bus
stop, Avail. Now, May, Fall '10, Heat
& water incl. Balc., A/C, prkg., ldry.,
$1100-$1650, No smkg./no pets.
734-996-3539 or 734-678-7250.
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PR ESETS THE
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SICK OF THE DORMS?
CAN'T FIND A
PLACE TO LIVE?
classifieds to see all of the
great houses and apartments
Ann Arbor has to offer, all on
a convenient map!
Also be sure to check out
the Classified Pages for other
2 BDRM APARTMENT available in
the shadow of U of M hospital on
Fuller. Furnished, heat, water and park-
ing included. Move in today. Call Cam-
pus Management 734-663-4101.
2 BR APARTMENTS $795 and up,
Available for Immediate Occupancy on,
Central Campus Heat, Water, and Park-
ing Included. Call 734-995-9200 or
stop into 616 Church Street for more in-
1 BEDROOM, 521 Walnut St.: Fully
furnished, brand new furniture, updated
kitchen with dishwasher. Great campus
location, heat, water, parking included.
Call Varsity Management (734) 668-
HORSES TO LEASE/RIDING
Lessons. Dressage/pleasure. 995-0092.
LEARN TO FLY!
$40 Introductory lesson. U of M stu-
dent discount. Buzzard Air Service, at
Willow Run Airport. 734-780-5685.
THESIS EDITING- LANGUAGE,
organization, format. 25 yrs. U-M exp.
996-0566 or firstname.lastname@example.org
!!!BARTENDING!!! $300 /day poten-
tial. No exp. nec., training presided.
AGE 18+ OK. 810-965-6520 x 125.
A. SCOTT FOUNDATION is seeking
a part time Admin. Assistant. 10-20 hrs
a week. $10-15/hr. Taking calls,
scheduling meetings, taking minutes,
paying bills, etc. Apply at:
ACCOUNTING AND BIOLOGY
Students: Give Your Opinions About
Website, Earn $50
Looking for college students enrolled
in lower-level Accounting or Biology
courses to use an online resource for
taking assignments and give us your
opinions. Earn $50 for a 1-hour re-
search session in Ann Arbor. Sessions
held October 5-16. Research only, no
sales; your privacy respected. Visit
CALCULUS TUTOR $15/HOUR
DO YOU CARE about National Parks?
Mackinac Island was America's 2nd
National Park. It is really in trouble and
urgently needs YOUR help.
Rise up, UM, and lead!
To Help: 1-866-MAC-ISLE
EXECUTIVE COUPLE SEEKING
assistants to clean and organize base-
ment of local residence. Pay $10/hour.
Flexible hours. Must have excellent or-
ganization skills. Short term temporary
assignment lasting 1-2 weeks. To apply
email references and letter of interest/
resume to email@example.com refer-
encing residential organization project.
$14.25 base-appt, customer sales/ser-
vice, scholarships avail., no exp. nec.,
wilt train. 734-677-2477.
Paid survey takers needed in A2.
100% FREE to join. Click on Surveys.
GRILL & Pub now hiring talented,
hardworking individuals for our wait
and kitchen staff, and floorman. No
exp. necessary. Apply in person at 310
Maynard, Ann Arbor. 734-995-0100.
MARKET RESEARCH INTER-
VIEW, $140. One hour October 5th or
6th. Seeking 35-54 year old diagnosed
with depression and dissatisfied with
current medications to participate in in-
dividual interviews ina confidential set-
NEW SOCIAL PORTAL that pays
$300-$500. Get on the ground floor...
Act Now! http://www.pslOl.info
FUNDRAISE FOR THE U! $9.25-
+/Hr. at Michigan Telefund. On cam-
pus, flexible hrs. Students, apply @
www.telefund.umich.edu or 763.4400.
CHILD CARE NEEDED. 2-3 days a
week. 6:30-8 AM. 11 year old. Own
transporation. Responsible references.
CHILDCARE NEEDED: IN my
home. Before/ after school. Driving re-
quired. $10.00/hr. 747-9484.
Additionally, SIM considered
the availability of state and local
resources necessary to get the
new center up and running. He
said Ohio and Texas were also
discussed as sites, but the Ann
Arbor area better met the com-
"It hadthe rightvalues of what
we needed in terms of support,"
However, Sinha emphasized
that Ohio and Texas may be con-
sidered for future expansions.
"Once we've established a
significant presence in the Ann
Arbor area, we'll begin to lever-
age the resources available in
other college towns as well,"
Elizabeth Parkinson, the
marketing and public relations
director for Ann Arbor SPARK
- a local organization focused
on attracting and retaining inno-
vative, outside businesses in the
Ann Arbor region - said her
organization played a major role
in attracting SIM to Ann Arbor.
"We were one of the firstorga-
nizations that SIM connected
with," Parkinson said. "So we
pulled in our own resources and
started working with SIM to
understand the infrastructure
they would need, the site they're
looking for and the hires they
would be making."
SPARK tapped into state,
regional and local organizations
and educational institutions to
develop a plan that would attract
SIM to Ann Arbor.
This collective group designed
an incentive package for SIM,
which included $1.5 million in
workforce development funding,
according to a press release on
Stella Wixon, director of the
University's Business Engage-
nient Center, said the Business
Engagement Center also helped
pitch the University as a "busi-
ness attraction" to SIM - point-
ing out the possibilities for
Sinha said, while SIM is cur-
rently looking for more experi-
enced hires to build and lead the
new center, it is also considering
the many openings that may be
filled by college students.
"The reason we wanted to set
up in college towns is because of
the infrastructure available for
training and development at the
University," Sinha said.
To that end, SIM is designing
a training program at Eastern
Michigan University that will
drive fresh graduates toward
entry-level careers at the new
Sinha said that each type of
service SIM provides requires a
mix of fresh graduates with zero
to three years of experience,
managed by more experienced
employees with five to 10 years
"The kind of work that they do
will be ... developing and man-
aging technology that supports
business," Sinha said.
University students will have
the same opportunities for SIM
training and employment, Sinha
said, though they may need to
go through EMU's training pro-
"It's not like we're focused on
EMU," he said. "U of M offers
a significant amount of work in
training college kids to be really
effective and productive employ-
ees for companies like Systems
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