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May 05, 1993 - Image 7

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Michigan Daily Summer Weekly, 1993-05-05

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NEAR I-M MARY ST. I or 2 rms in 4rm
house easy prkg avail. late May 741-8528.
Furnished campus area apartments, with
many great features at special discounted
rates. Call Wilson White Company, Inc. 995-
9200 Eqaol Housing Opotunity.
riage House of Historic Palmer House. Price
neg. Call Miriam or Gina at 769-8295.
Near Sooth Quad, air cond prkg, par farn.
Oakland Management 761-7491.
Seek Studious yet Sociable grad or under-
grad thr Aug at least. Share L.R./kitbath w/
4 others. No nicotine. $190/mo summer,
$270 fall incl. utils. Poss. neg.Rich 665-9358
SUBLET MAY 16-Aug. 31, 723 E.
Kingsley. Large private room in 2 bdrm, apt.
female only, a/c, balcony, pkg., lndiy. Rent
cheap, negotiable. Call 665-5359.
hedroom furnished house ar Kerrytown,
June-Aug. Parking, Laundry, Backyard,
Modern kitchen, Dishwasher. $250/b.o. 665-
SUMMER SUBLET Two bdrm. Idry., prkg.,
exc. loc. at Woodland Meadows Apts. 550/
mo. Call 663-7012.
: : : : :AL
ADOPTION: Loving couple wishes to share
a happy home with a white infant. We
promise a lifetime of love and security. Call
collect anytime 313-264-0244.
Let us help you choose life. 769-7283.
Reports, resumes, dissertations. 426-5217.
TYPINGt Resumes, cover letters, &
applications. A2 Typing. Call 994-5515.
$9 PER HOUR, Student to select chosen 2
hears, to park hooks; write to PO Box 8252-
O48107; or see me in front of the DIAG on
May 6; lpm to 3pm.
ASSIST IN DAYCARE home with children
ages 2-5. 4 mornings per week, 9:30-
11:30am, $7.00/hr. Phone Judy: 662-4812.
ATTRACTIVE female models wanted for
portrait, figure, boudoir photography. No ex-
perience necessary. Will create portfolio at
no expense. Some part time work available.
Call Alpha Productions after 6 p.m. 483-
BABYSITTING of challenging & delightful
9 yr. old. boy & misc. family tasks thru
summer. 3 to 25 hrs. per wk. Own car. 663-
We need Native English speakers to join our
Conversation Partner Program at The
Michigan Language Center. Spend as little as
one hear each work (more if you wish!)
speaking with an international student. The
cost is free, the benefits many. Call 663-9415
and ask for Jennifer or stop by 309 S. State
CHILDCARE WANTED in my home for 3
year ald. Mon & Wed 3-8 pm $5/hr. Must
have own car. Call 665-4002.
CHILDCARE Enthusiastic non-smoker for
flexible hes. Some am's nec. Own car. Thu
summer w/long term avail. 996-4519
Day Camp for children ages 2 1/2-12. Mast
be 18+ years to apply. Judaic hackgrund
desirable. On AATA busline. 6/14-8/13, M-
F, 9-4. Call 971-0990.
Look for it in
the Daily

Wednesday, May 5, l93 -The Mihgau Day SummrWeekly--7
ADS 764-0557 Daughters spend the day at work


HEALTHY MEN needed for a study on It's unusual to see children on cam- i
growth hormone secretion. Subjects must be pus much less working behind the
hetwecn the ages of 18-30 years old, 5'5" so,
62" in height ad weigh 125-190 lbs. contact UGLi's circulation desk. Butdon't tell
Dr. Jaffe at 936-5504. that to ine-year-old Callie Corsa. In- 1
KNOW a doctor? Set appt. to show stead of spending her usual day in the i
softw e rogram & earn $200. Call Chantell classroom last Wednesday, she was
for details. 769-4642.
MICHIGAN TELEFUND is still looking actively checkirg i books at the li-
for student callers. Come earn $6/hour while brary.
talking on the phone. Call 998-7420, or stop Corsa was one of the estimated
by 611 Church. Suite 304 for details.
POSITION AVAILABLE for UM student 500,000 girls that participated in the I
with work-study funding as office assistant in April28th TakeOur DaughterstoWork i
Medical School. Flexible scheduling. $6.00/ Day. Sponsored by the New York-
he. Call Christine or Kathy at 763-4272. ordb UeNwYrk
SI.NMAKER In-house for major trade based Ms.Foundation, the nationwide
show company. Extensive travel. Must have project encouraged adults to take an1
computer graphics or sign shop experience, adolescent girl into work for the day.t
Sale/pople skills helpful. Self-motivated. The Ms. Foundation established
Call Juno 741-800.TeM.Fudto salse
TECHNICAL GLASS BLOWING the program inorder to expose adoles-
apprenticeship. Engineering drop-outs looked cent girls to various career opportuni- I
upso fabriy ar laser esume otoc ties because of their declining self- l
Engineering, P.O. Box M1567, Ann Arbor esteem.1
48108. Informal replies ok. Include telephone According toasurvey by the Ameri- i
number and best time to call.
THE DIVISION OF NUCLEAR Medicine can AssociationofUniversity Women,
at University Hospital is looking for a work- the self-esteem and expectations of
study eligible student to perform clerical adolescent girls drop much lower than
functions 10-20 hours per week. Respon-
sibilities will include inventory, ordering the confidence of boys.
supplies, maintaining division's timekeeping TheMs.Foundationhoped toboost l
database, typing, filing, answering phones.
Clerical and computer experience is the girls esteem by giving them the
preferred. Interested candidates should con- opportunity to experience their value
tact Kim Newman at 936-5402. in the workplace first-hand.
UNDERGRADUATE LAB ASSISTANT Corsa, a thirdgrader at Eberwhite
needed. Some non-classroom experience t
preferred. Please call 769-7100 x 7952 btwn. Elementary School, appeared very con-
9-1lam fident of what she plans to accomplish
WORK-STUDY STUDENTS needed as in the future
campus rmrosengers for the sunmmer. 20 hes./ «
wk. morngs or ernoons. $5.75/ e. Call I want to be teacher and a carpen-
Jo ne at 764-7230. ter,' she sad.
G(HNG ~ Both?
"If I can."
FOR RENT: Secluded cabin in N. C. mtns. 'o
Perfect for contemplation & writing. Prefer Corsa's mother, Assistant Librar-
month/season tenant. 665-7799. ian Ann Sprunger, said it didn't matter
ROOM|||T |||||to her whether Callie followed in her
.....:::: ; :::.::> ; . * * footsteps.
LOOKING for 1 or 2 fem. roommates to
share 4 bdrm. apt. on S. Univ. Fall lse. Call Iwanthertobeallshecanbe,"she
Amy 291-4520 or Kristin 671-0993. said.
NEEDED: Non-smoking roommate for Ann While Corsa spent the day working
Arbor man with a disability. Reasonable rent. side b side with the UGLi's circula-
Call Joanne 971-0277.s by
:-: :. tion staff, fifteen-year-old Emma
...MPUTER S .. .. Lehman also got to see first-hand what
COMPUTER PRINTER - Imagewriter I her mother does.
plus extras. Excellent condition. $125/best.
Call 662-4819. Patricia Lehman, the systems de-
velopment coordinator for the Office
a demic Affairs, said she invited her
Lok o t he of Provost and Vice President for Aca-
daughter to the office after reading
about the special day in the newspaper
a few weeks before.
* Chicago- 'Taste Fest" .
Taste of Chicago Train/Hotel FR $91.00
* Toronto- "Caribana"
Caribbean Festival Train/Hotel FR $118.00
" Jamaica- "Reggae Sun Splash"
Air/Hotel FR $519.00
" Aruba- Jazz Festival
Air/Hotel Fn $599.00

Emma attended meetings, met co-
workers and said she was generally
impressed with what her mother's job
entailed. She said she wants to study
archaeology in the future and stressed
the importance of education in reach-
ing a career goal.
"Education is really important be-
cause people who don't go to school
don't realize their options," she said.
Her mother agreed and added that
the Take Our Daughters to Work Day
is also important in giving girls a day
for themselves.
Lehman said while the day may
have no long-lasting effect, it lends
recognition toward accepting women
in the workplace.
Some University students also par-
ticipated in the project. LSA junior
Robin Baker spent the day with her
father touring Ford automotive plants
in Dearborn and sitting in on business
Baker said her father, Ken who is a
manufacturer's representative for the
automotive industry, had never asked
her to work before that day.

She said she thought the day was
important so that girls could realize
their career opportunities.
"It's amale-dominated world and I
think girls are intimidated," she said.
"But times are changing."
Although the Ann Arbor public
school system acknowledged the day
by excusing the absence ofany girlthat
wished to participate, it had only one
formal program that actively encour-
aged them to get involved.
Organized by State Rep.Lynn Riv-
ers (D-Ann Arbor) and several other
legislators, the program invited a girl
from each Ann Arbor high school to
Lansing to see the law making process
up close.
Huron, Pioneer and Roberto
Clemente Center High schools were
each represented in the program.
Rivers said the girls spent the day
on the state House floorwith her, expe-
riencing how the legislature runs and
meeting other women lawmakers.
"'They left with the clear idea that
this kind of job is available to them,"
she said.

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