Students and WCC employees: Classified ads in The Voice are free. Local business owners: Looking for help? Post your free help wanted ads in The Voice. Send ads to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note: Deadline for the final issue of the academic year on May 5 is Tuesday, April 29, at 5 p.m.
Thank you! To the person who returned my ‘New York City Ballet’ hat to Lost and Found. ~ Mark Bertz’
2003 HONDA ACCORD LX. Silver sedan; very good condition (9.1 out of 10 rating by Kelley Blue Book). Sunroof, great sound system, new tires and brakes. 122K miles. $4,800 – far below Blue Book value. Moving to Europe, can’t take my car, and it makes me sad. Phone 818-970-5281.
HARLEY-DAVIDSON ROAD KING, 1994, with just 7,500 gently ridden original miles. Completely original except for a few really nice add-ons. Perfect condition. $11,500 or best offer. Info: 989-390-9860.
APARTMENT LEASE IN KALAMAZOO: Transferring to Western Michigan University? Looking for someone to take over my 12-month lease starting August 2014 at The Centre, off-campus student housing in Kalamazoo Michigan. 4bdrm/ba. Apartment; roommates not assigned yet, so ask friends to join you. $379/mo.individual leases. Includes cable/Internet, water, trash. For more information: For any questions or more details text or call 810-588-3327 or Email me at JDaratony@wccnet.edu
COMPUTER ASSISTANCE: Virus removal; upgrades; system wipe; data recovery; backups; and customizations? Contact Josh Hefner at email@example.com or text 734-363-8324.
VOLUNTEER TUTORS: Washtenaw Literacy needs volunteers to tutor adults in basic reading, writing, math and English as a Second Language. If in Help change lives – one word at a time! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 734-879-1320.
NEED HEALTH CARE? Are you between the ages of 12-22? Contact the Corner Health Center at 734-484.3600 or visit online at: www.cornerhealth.org.
WEB DESIGN: Seeking an INP student proficient in Web page design and SEO to create and optimize a single page website for a local real estate broker. Initial compensation for finished product, residual income from the success of the site and a superb opportunity for referral business. Submit credentials to: Racozy39@gmail.com
BARN AND YARD HELP: 10 hours/week, some flexibility, north side of Ann Arbor. Physical work such as lifting 50-pound bags, mucking, sweeping and shoveling. Prefer experience with horses or farming. Knowledge of plants a plus. $11/hour. Must have own car. If you need more hours, a neighbor has similar needs. Contact: email@example.com.
SEASONAL PART-TIME POSITIONS AVAILABLE: Canton Leisure Services is now hiring for seasonal part-time positions that start in April-June 2014. Positions may include: lifeguards, summer camp counselors and supervisors, therapeutic recreation camp staff, special events coordinators, park laborers, Pheasant Run Golf Course staff, Canton Sports Center staff and more. If you enjoy a fast-paced, exciting work environment, don’t miss this opportunity to join a great team this summer! Students, here’s your chance to gain valuable work experience in your field of study. Apply today at www.canton-mi.org/humanresources/jobs.asp. For more information, call 734-394-5260
Below is a sample of recent employment want ads which have been posted with WCC Career Services. Students are invited to read these ads and to contact Career Services to find out how to apply for the openings. Career Services is located in ML 104. For more information, phone 734-677-5155, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.wccnet.edu/careerconnection/
Administration Assistant to Marketing and Sales: ambitious, creative and innovative professional with passion for early childhood education, sales or marketing. Entry-level position with opportunity to learn and grow in the education/non-profit industry.
Applications Engineer/Specialist: Trains customers, identifies, analyzes and repairs product failures. Orders and replaces parts as needed. Determines and recommends which products or services best fit the customers’ needs. Performs in a variety of environments and enjoys travel.
Accounts Receivable Clerk: prepare daily bank deposits, post cash receipts, follow up on customer inquiries and past due accounts.
Assistant Infant/Toddler Teacher: 20 hours per week, willing to be trained in CPR and First Aid.
Marketing and Events Intern: Ideal candidate has a background in journalism or marketing and a passion for social networking; 16 hours per week.
Summer Developer/Programmer Intern: nationally recognized management consulting firm, is seeking a programmer/analyst with strong technology skills for a summer intern position and school year (part-time) or possible full-time position. Qualified candidates will have prior experience with Microsoft software and technologies.
Customer Service Associate: enjoy a high level of customer contact, and draw upon product knowledge, cash handling experience, and service training.
Shift Leader: friendly, enthusiastic people who enjoy customers. We will teach you everything you need to know for store operations and great customer service.
Summer Camp Assistant: assist the lead teacher, help ensure a safe comfortable environment, interact with students to promote learning and well-being.
Senior Accountant: maintain financial records, bookkeeping procedures and processes and employee benefit package management.
Account Clerk: perform technical and professional accounting functions for local, state and federally funded programs.
Production Design Draftsman: Responsible for producing manufacturing and construction drawings. Candidates must be very detail oriented, with the ability to multi-task, and problem solve in a fast paced environment. Work will be completed primarily using Autodesk Architecture.