Page 20 Thursday, April 4,1996 High School Students Told How to Succeed in Business "How to Succeed In Business" was the subject when Westfield Public Schools' Human Resources Director David M. Tuller visited Mrs. Karen Miller's classes at Westfield High School. Mr. Tuller stressed the importance of creating a good impression right from the start. A clear, concise telephone call or letter in response to an advertisement, a clean and neat application with no mistakes was recommended by Mr. Tuller. He also suggested copying the original and using it as a rough draft and dressing for the interview neatly and keeping with the type of business. Mr. Tuller told the students that 75 per cent of those workers fired from a job lose it because of a lack of interpersonal skills, not an inability to do the job itself. He pointed out the importance of knowing how to deal with people in a polite and direct way, such as shaking hands, eye contact, being prompt for an appointment and smiling. "All of these things combine to give the prospective employee the TOP AGENT...Mrs. Hye-Young Choi of Cold well Banker Schlott in Westfleld, receives congralulaUonsfromMrs.MarllynKelly,Manager,atColdwellBank£r's recent International Business Conference. At the San Francisco conference, Mrs. Choi was Inducted into the International President's Elite, a top performing group whose members rank well within the top 1 percent of Coldwell Banker's 55,000 sales agents. In 1995, she was the number one agent on the Westfleld Board of Realtors. Additionally, she was the only realtor on the Westfleld board who attained the Gold Level in the New Jersey Association of Realtors 1995 Million Dollar Sales Club. CLASSIFIED HELP WANTED The Scotch Plains Dept. ol Rec. is currently accepting applications for summer positions of park & golf course laborers & summer park counselors. Applicants must be 18 yrs. old & have a valid D.L A permanent part-time pos. for a clerk typist is also available. For further Info, please call the Rec. Office at: (908) 322-6700 HELP WANTED HAIRSTYLIST & MANICURIST Wanted w/clientele. (90B) 322-3220 HELP WANTED Secretary/Clerical Worker for small, Scotch Plains-based pharmaceutical consu King f i rm. Part-time (approx. 20 hours/ week). To help organize and maintain a home office that Is the base of operations. Individual should be detail oriented, well-organized, with some computer literacy, and enjoy (I) creating order out of chaos. Must like dogs (3 small ones), and not mind cigar smoke. Flexible hrs. Pis. call Marty day or evening. (908) 654-5490 HELP WANTED WILDLIFE/CONSERVATION JOSS Game wardens, security, maintenance, etc. No. exp. necessary. Now hiring. For info. Call (219) 794-0010 ext. 8098 9 am to 11 pm, 7 days HELP WANTED PART TIME STAFF ASSISTANT - Part time hours thru 6 PM, 5 or 6 hrs./day, Mon.-Fri. Duties include assisting with A/P, Purchase Orders & Invoices in addition to Mailroom & Receptionist/Switchboard responsibilities. Account or bookkeeping exp. pref. Some college or 4 plus yrs. of related exp. req'd. Accuracy, detail oriented and good grammar skills a must. Ability to ' work with a variety of people and tasks. Some typing req'd. Call (908) 382-3450 EOE M/F/D/V ANTIQUES WANTED Susan is desperately seeking your oldies but goodies (furn., china, silver, crystal, pictures, lamps, rugs, bric-a-brac). Don't wait for a LAZY SUSAN DAY. CALL ME TODAY (908)603-0411 AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE CLASSIC AUTOMOBILE, VOLVO, 1969, Model 142S, .18,000 miles, original owner, garaged. (908) 276-3682 AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE •92 PONTIAC, GRAND-AM, V6, 4-door, fully loaded, white, 22k. $9,800 or best offer. (908) 789-9304 GARAGE SALE SAT., APRIL 20 9 A M - 4 PM 829 Tice Place, Westf leid MOVING! Everything must gol AtoZ. NO EARLY BIRDS! The average man is rich enough when he has a little more than he has gol. . _ * — WilHdtn Rulpli Inge So, so you think you can tell, heaven from hell? — Roger Waters CHILD CARE In my Cranford home. Nonsmoker, care of 2 children, 2 yrs. &9 mths. Mon.-Thurs.,7:40 AM to 5 PM; Fri., 7:40 AM to 2 PM Must drive, exp. with ref. Call After 6 PM (908) 830-2847 VENDORS WANTED Scotch Plains Lions Club Flea Market, Sat., April 13, Fanwood RR Station. For information call Tom Whalen (908) 381-5406. HELP WANTED VOLUNTEERS NEEDED Westfield Rescue Squad seeks trainees for Emergency Medical Technicians. Valid N.J. Driver's Lie. req. Min., 4 hrs/wk. »• « • * Seeks trainees as Dispatchers. Mln. 2 hrs/wk. All training provided. Call Mlki Leftner 233-2501 HELP WANTED Part-time Saturday Dental Assistant, RN/LPN to assist surgeon in local surgeon's office. Will train. - '. Call 789-8811 HELP WANTED NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED. $500/$900 weekly potential. Process mortgage refunds in your area. Part or full time. Call 1-216-233-4345 Ext. 133 (24 Hrs.) HELP WANTED Summer Day Camp Counselors: Boys & Girls Group Head Counselors, Athletic Director, Music, Karate, Camping Skills, Travel Program, Canoeing, WSI. Ideal forteachers, college students. Watchung area. best shot at getting thejob," Mr. Tuller noted. While it is not unusual to be nervous during a interview, it is important to present a "conscientious and hard- working attitude," heexplained. Mr. Tuller also explained the importance of asking appropriate questions when the time comes. Questions such as those inquiring about the company background; the salary, if it hasn't been advertised or mentioned; promotion opportunities, and benefits which can add $4,000 to $5,000 a year to the salary. He also stressed the importance of contacting references before using them so that they will be aware of the possibility of prospective employers contacting them. Ending the interview with a thank you and a handshake was recommended and a follow-up note to the person who did the interviewing was suggested by Mr. Tuller. Mr. Tuller's visit was arranged by the Sharing Talents and Skills Office of the Westfield Public Schools at Mrs. Miller's request. Pingry Hosting Open House On Evening of April 9 An informal Evening Open House will be held at The Pingry School in Martinsville on Tuesday, April 9, for students interested in entering Pingry's Middle and Upper Schools, grades 7 to 12, in the 1997-1998 academic year. The program is particularly designed to acquaint students and their parents with this coeducational, country day school, its philosophy, curriculum, faculty, students and many programs: and activities. The evening will begin with tours at 7 p.m., followed promptly at 7:30 p.m. by a panel discussion about Pingry, as seen through the eyes of students, faculty and administrators who will take part. A question-andanswer period and refreshments will follow. "This open house provides an opportu ne time for those who are beginning to think about an independent school education to explore what we have to offer," said Director of Admission and Pingry alumnus, Sherman English. "I think what makes Pingry exceptional is the fact that our • teachers and coaches work so closely with our students, nurturing and challenging them to seek their own separate potential. Our Evening Open House will allow those who attend to meet some of our students and teachers personally and to learn about Pi ngry in an informative but informal setting." The Pingry School was founded in 1861 in Elizabeth, and currently enrolls about 1,000 students on campuses in Short Hills for grades Kindergarten through six and in Bernards Township for grades seven to 12, near the community of Marti nsville. For further information and directions to the Martinsville Campus, please call 647-6419. Employment Skills At Vocational School Topic for Recruiter Mrs. Barbara Kaczmarek, Admissions Recruiter at the Union County Vocational-Technical Schools in Scotch Plains, will speak on the opportunities available at the schools on Thursday, April 11, at 7:30 p.m. The meeting will be held in the Multipurpose Room at Scotch PlainsFan wood High School. For more information, please contact Mrs. Sandy Buleza at 889-7622 orMrs. Theresa Cosmasat889-194J. BEEN SWEPT OFF YOUR FEET LATELY! This home has that effect on people! You cannot drive down beautiful Mountain Avenue in Westfield without your eyes gazing to the left. A rush of romance momentarily warms your heart. The setting, the brickwork, the slate roof, the English collage facade invites you to come inside for a cup of tea. Charming is an understatement! The special quaintness of this home is enhanced by a smashing new kitchen. Enjoy summer entertaining on a custom rear deck overlooking parklike grounds. 4 Bedrooms, 21/2 baths and a 1 car attached garage. Not it can be yours — offered at $309,000. SEEKING EMPLOYMENT MOTHER'S HELPER Experienced woman to be mother's helper. Ref. provided. Call 754-1345 PET SITTING ABIGAIL'S 4 PAWS Pet Sitting & Dog Walking Accomplished Pet Sitter Bonded Insured (908) 232-5239 APARTMENT FOR RENT Scotch Plains area. Large 2 bedroom, 2 bath apartment in quiet elevator building. All appliances inc. dishwasher. Wall A/C's in each room. Close to stores and trans. No pets. $860. Studio apt. also available — $600. (908) 757-0899 Benefit Concert Slated For Youth and Family Invitations are in the mail for this year's Youth and Family Counseling Service Benefit Conceit and Reception featuring the Orchestra of St. Peter by the Sea with Reverend Alphonse Stephenson conducting. The annual concert is the indeperv dent, non-profit mental health agency's major fundraising event. It is presented by Youth and Family Counseling Services'Board of Trustees. The concert will be held on Saturday, April 20, at 8 p.m. The benefit will again beheld at St. Helen's Roman Catholic Church in Westfield, following the tradition begun six years ago when the church, located at the corner of Rahway Avenue and Lamberts Mill Road, invited the agency's community board to hold its first fundraising concert in the church's sanctuary. The reception following the performance will be held in the church's Parish Hall. "People ask us why we mail invitations when tickets are available all over town," said Mrs. Arlene Peterson of Westfield, Co-Chairwoman of this year's event. "We send them to people who have been involved with the agency before. It's a way to let concertgoers from past years know that we'd live them to join us again, and it's a way to make ticket ordering easier. "Reverend Stephenson has many fans who can't wait to see him perform again. People come from all over New Jersey to hear our concert. The invitation is an opportunity for people who can be extra generous to buy patron tickets. Patrons who buy $40 tickets will have their names listed in Jhe program and get reserved seating in tne front for the concert,' said Mrs. Peterson. General admission tickets cost $25; senior citizen tickets cost $22, and youth tickets at $15 are also available. This year's concert program will include Tchaikovsky's Fifth Symphony and selections from Puccini's Madame Butterfly, performed by Metropolitan Opera soprano Kaori Sato. Pops selections are always an integral part of a performance by the 42-piece professional orchestra. "At last year's concert. Reverend Stephenson gave new meaning to the FRONT PORCH PLEASURES The winter snow and i;- will soon be a memory! Sweet, fragrant tree blossoms, colorful tulips and yellow daffodils will herald spring! Balmy summer evenings are only a daydram away. Capture the joys of spring and feel the romance of gentle breezes on a warm summer evening when sitting on your open front porch. An old fashioned wooden porch swing would be ideal, or, perhaps a big, squeaky old wicker chair? Sip some apple spice tea or enjoy a cool lemonade, read a mystery novel, play a game of scrabble or write a love letter. There is so much to enjoy on an open front porch! When friends and family stop in, consider a delicious barbecue meal served on the sprawling rear deck. The deck and front porch are adorned with hanging flowering baskets and window boxes filled with geraniums which are randomly placed around the borders. Your lovely Victorian located in Cranford, invites you to linger, to daydream and enjoy a softer way of life all right here on your own front porch. Special features include 2 car detached garagejformaldiningroom; walk-up attic. Offered at $179,000. Don't delay! "From Cottages to Castles" yburLocaC ^eaC'Estate Consultant Offering Highly Tersonafized Service (908)233-4600 418 Central Avenue • Westfield, New Jersey 07090 (Adjacent to Palmer Video) Stop in — Let's discuss your home, at our home! word 'trooper,'" continued Mrs. Peterson. "He is not only a musician and priest, but also an active member of the Air Force Reserves. He performed the entire show for our audience with two broken ribs from jumping out of airplanes that morning." "After entertaining us for a full concert in tremendous pain, we learned later, he spent the night in the emergency room. We are looking forr ward to welcoming him back in one piece," she added. This benefit performance supports Youth and Family Counseling Ser. vices' programs relating to parenting skills, parent and teenager communication and relationships and family issues. The agency serves residents of Westfield, Scotch Plains, Berkeley Heights, Clark, Cranford, Garwood, Mountainside and Rahway, providing counseling and mental health services to individuals, families, couples and groups on a sliding fee scale, based on ability to pay. Youth and Family Counseling Service is a United Fund Agency. Tickets can be obtained from the agency at 233 Prospect Street in Westfield. Tickets will be sold at the door on the basis of availability. Please call Youth and Family Counseling Service at 233-2042 for tickets or information. Reverend Stephenson formed the orchestra in 1986, while serving at St. Malachy's Parish in New York City. For several years previously, he was conductor and musical director on Broadway for the musical, A Chorus Line, at The Shubert Theater. Reverend Stephenson studied opera conducting with George Shick of the Metropolitan Opera, debuting with. Paul Plishka of the Metropolitan Opera. Although retired from Broadway, Reverend Stephenson continues to direct the Orchestra of St. Peter by the Sea, a professional orchestra made up of musicians in the New York, New Jersey and Philadelphia metropolitan areas. Reverend Stephenson is also familiar to New Jersey audiences as the conductor of The Festival of the Atlantic, the free, outdoor concert each summer on the boardwalk at Point Pleasant. Students of Month Cited At Edison Intermediate In conjunction with its student motto, "You Can Make a Difference," the faculty at Edison Intermediate Scholarships Offered To Graduating Seniors By College Men's Club (908) 647-0664 HELP WANTED POSTAL JOBS Start $12.08/hr. For exam and application info, call (219) 7698301, Ext. NJ 592, 9 AM-9PM, Sun.-Fri. HELP WANTED Medical Secretary, full time, experience, computer literate, , farniliarwithinsurancecompany policy. All benefits. References. (908)561-2449 HELP WANTED STOCKBROKER TRAINEE— Seeking hard-working, career minded individuals for local investment bankingf irm. Will train & sponsor for Series 7 exam. Call (908) 688-2188 Ext. 308 Ask for Dave ANNUAL CONCERT...Stufnng envelopes for Youth and Family Counseling Services' Sixth Annual Benefit Concert featuring the Orchestra of St Peter by the Sea on Saturday, April 20, left to right, are: Agency board members Joseph Stowasky of Clark, who is Co-Chalrman for the concert, Mrs. Joan Gallagher, of Garwood, who isdoingpubllclly,and Co-Chairwoman,Mrs. Arlene Peterson of Westfleld. The College Men's Club of Westfield, a non-profit organization, has announced the availability of scholarships for graduating seniors at Westfield High School. This will be the 73rd consecutive year the club will present scholarships to deserving graduates. Funds for scholarships are raised through membership dues, donations from club members and fundraising activities. Scholarships are awarded on the basis of need, academic achievement and character. Applications are available at the Westfield High School Guidance Office or by contacting Melvyn Coren, Scholarship Chairman, at 6545848. Applications must be submitted no later than Monday, April 15. Anyone interested in becoming a member of the organization may contact Brian J. Malloy, Membership Chairman, at 654-8044.^ Adult School Offers Healthy Salad Course The Westfield Adult School has scheduled a three-session course on Low-Fat Salads, to be given between 7:30 and9:30p.m. on Mondays, April 8, 15 and 29. The course will be taught by David Martone, owner of Classic Recipes, Inc. Cooking School, at his cooking establishment, located at 401 West Broad Street in Westfield. Students will be invited to explore and taste test with Chef Martone as he demonstrates new ways to create salads and dressings that emphasize low fat and low cholesterol. Recipes with full nutritional analysis will be distributed during each class. People may register for this course by contacting the Westfield Adult School Registrar at 232-4050. School in Westfield nominated a number of students in January and February for its Student of the Month program. Any pupil may be nominated on the basis of "exemplifying outstanding behavior, attitude or accomplishments," a schqpl spokeswoman said. Each student is presented with a certificate and an Edison T-shirt with reverse coloring from the standard school logowear. A letter is also sent home to parents advising them of the honor. Edison teacher Robert Sanders is coordinating the program, along with parent Mrs. Sheri Cognetti. The January Students of the Month were: Crystal Aldrich, Matthew Barton, Samantha Bourque-Trieff, Juan Chumpitaz, Mary Clancy, Lauren Coltrera, Catherine Curran, Kevin Doyle, Nicholas Geissler, Melissa Kessler, Kathryn Logan, Kelly Masterson, Joseph Monaco, Devin Power, Laura Pregenzer, Megan Rodd, Jacob Rosenstein, Michael Sanocki, Meara Schmidt, Ruggiero Strazzella and Thomas Weingarten. The February Students of the Month were: Priya Bhasin, Wai Cheung, Valerie Chu, 'Michael Ciacciarelli, Mary Clancy, Paige Corbett, Bethany Dresely, Michael Duelks, Mega- Hein, Melissa Kessler, John Logan, Paul Reyfman, Megan Rodd, Elizabeth Schaffer, Alison Storr, Dreena Whitfield and Craig Woehr. Residents Inducted Into Honor Societies Ian MacEachern of Westfield and Colleen Spotts of Scotch Plains have been inducted into honor societies at the FIorham-Madison campus of Fairleigh Dickinson University. Ian was inducted into Phi Omega Epsilon, the university's senior honor society. Colleen was inducted into Phi Zeta Kappa which requires at least 60 credits, 44 of which must have been earned at the university.
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