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Friday, July 27, 2007

ANTS Student E-News - Friday, July 27, 2007

In this message:


- UUCANS Seeks Officers
- Furniture Requests from New Students
- Campus Student Jobs
- Volunteer: Dec. MA Conference for Women

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UUCANS Seeks Officers
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The Unitarian Universalist Community of Andover
Newton Students (UUCANS) is seeking UU students
who wish to answer a call to leadership in its
organization. Any who wish to run as candidates
for President, Vice-President, Secretary or
Treasurer are invited to contact Erica Baron
(ericapbaron@hotmail.com). Elections are planned
for the fall and will be conducted through UUCANS'
online group on Yahoo. If you are not already a
member of this online group, please sign up by
going to groups.yahoo.com/group/uucans or by
contacting Glenn King (gking@ants.edu).

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Furniture Requests from New Students
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Friends,

We will have several families moving to ANTS from overseas in September. It's tough to get furniture in those overhead bins so if anyone has any of the following furniture/house hold items they are willing to loan or donate, please contact the Housing Office:

Family #1
A queen bed (or double bed)
Twin bed (for a 4 year old)
A kitchen table (and chairs)
A study desk (or two) and office chairs
Coffee table/ small tables (for a microwave or tv)
A couch or loveseat
Rocking chair or recliner
Any lamps (desk, torch, bedside)
Dressers for clothes
Appliances (blender, microwave, tv, radio, alarm clock, etc.)
A box or two for files
Laundry baskets

Family #2
Bed (Full or Twin)
Desk
Chair
Book shelf
Standing lamp
Microwave


Amelia O'Dowd
Housing & Facilities Coordinator
voice: 617-964-1100 x261
fax: 617-965-3528
email: AODowd@ants.edu


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Campus Student Jobs
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Make a Difference in the Lives of Future ANTS Colleagues--Work in Admissions!!

We are looking for a Student Assistant to work in the Admissions Office beginning this Fall semester. We are in need of someone who has already attended classes for at least a year here at ANTS. We also need someone with great office computer skills (database, Word, Excel and Publisher or Indesign). Your other responsibilities would include answering questions that come in via email and telephone, initiating contacts, setting up campus visits, giving tours, copying, filing, helping with mailings, special projects and general office assistance. Our student workers begin at $10.00/hour and generally put in 10 hours/week. The start date for this position is September 5 or as soon as you are free to begin once classes commence.

You can email me at kandrews@ants.edu or give me a call at 1-800-964-2687/617-964-1100 x289, or just come on over with your resume and we can talk.

Thank you for your consideration!
Karen L. Hernandez-Andrews
Admissions Counselor/Office Manager


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The Academic Dean's Team Needs You!

The Associate Dean of the Faculty seeks a temporary student worker to assist in the administration of the Field Education and Doctor of Ministry Programs. The position will be available beginning August 6 and will continue until a permanent staff person in that role is identified. Hours are flexible and negotiable based on program needs. Compensation is hourly and is comparable with other on-campus positions. Please contact Sarah Drummond, x 230 or sdrummond@ants.edu, with questions or to express interest.

Sarah B. Drummond
Associate Dean of the Faculty &
Assistant Professor of Ministerial Leadership
Andover Newton Theological School

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Volunteer: Dec. MA Conference for Women
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You are invited to volunteer at the 3rd Annual Massachusetts Conference for Women coming up on December 11th at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center. I am proud to announce that Jack and Suzy Welch will be keynote speakers joining over 80 other prominent speakers at this year's fantastic event. We are expecting over 5,000 women to attend and volunteers are essential to the success of the day.

The volunteers may help either December 10th or 11th or both if they so choose; in return, their registration fee of $125 will be waived. If they volunteer the same day as conference, they will work a shift and be able to attend the sessions at alternate times. Volunteer jobs include stuffing Conference bags, working in a session room or during the general sessions, escorting speakers, assembling floral arrangements and providing directional information to attendees. Our orientation is organized and informative as we respect everyone's time.

If you are available please email my colleague April Wade awade@conferenceforwomen.org for a volunteer form to complete. Forms must be in by Nov. 3. Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me or April Wade by email.


Kristin Nugent
Assistant Massachusetts Program Director
knugent515@yahoo.com

www.maconferenceforwomen.org

Massachusetts Conference for Women
Tuesday, December 11, 2007
Boston Convention Center
Phone 866/747-2899
Fax 866/747-2857

ANTS E-news
Brian Eastman
enews@ants.edu