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'96-'97 yearbooks still available The '96-'97 yearbooks are here and they look great. Helpdesk staff installing computers Please note that during the first two weeks of the term the efforts of the staff who regularly resolve helpdesk calls and make on site visits to offices to solve problems will be focused on the installation of computers in the residence halls. The staff will of course respond to emergency needs and will make every effort to deal with other problems in a timely manner. In order to participate in the recruitment process or access professional employment opportunities you must establish a placement file with Shirley Mc Connell, professional recruitment coordinator. Photo by Bradley Leese Cone jo Youth Employment expands office hours The Conejo Employment Service is pleased to announce the expan- sion of office hours. CYES is a private, non-profit job search assistance and placement ser- vice for local residents ages 13-25 who are seeking full or part-time employment in the Thousand Oaks, Newbury Park, Westlake Village, Moorpark and Agoura areas. Other than having to "find good food" between his busy schedule and the school cafeteria. This is a nice area with friendly faculty," he said.Hur wants to share these techniques with his students so that they may enjoy and appreciate the entire process of ceramics.In order to accomplish this, Hur will involve his students in each step of the process. He hopes that his students."after finish- ing the class will appreciate the whole pro- cess," not just the end result.17, 1997 p n r a r »ECH» School of Education offers workshop for alumni The School of Education will present an Alumni Leader- ship Conference tilled, "Meeting the Millennium: Con- necting with the Past" on Sept. The cost is $50 which includes continental breakfast and lunch. in the chapel focusing on building the tools of citizen power and putting democracy into action. Because postage costs were prohibitive, we could not mail out this information to ADEP and grad students. The Echo reserves the right toedit all stories, editorials, letters to the editor and general submissions for space restrictions, accuracy and style.
Nader to host workshop Consumer advocate Ralph Nader will host a workshop on Sept. Attendees will discuss with Nader, Harvey Rosenfield and other activists on how citizens can utilize their roles as consumers, voters, taxpayers, workers and shareholders to organize for change through the initiative process, the legislative arena and grassroots organizing. Free Advertising Anyone wishing to advertise CLU related events can do so on the Calendar Page, free of charge. We are working with center directors and others to help us disseminate this information. All submissions to The Echo become the propeny of The Echo.
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