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Message no. 1
From: "Robert A. Hayden" <hayden@*******.MANKATO.MSUS.EDU>
Subject: Job Opening: NERPS Project Assistant
Date: Thu, 16 Jun 1994 20:07:03 -0500
Due to limited time on my part and a general desire to lessen many of my
administrative responsbilities, I am looking for someone to act as my
assistant for the NERPS project.

Here is what you will be doing:
Essentially, you will be responsible for orgainizing submissions
and keeping the whole list on track.

We only have seven promised submissions and yet over 50 people on
the list. Your job is to get more people participating and a
variety ot submissions. Keep on everyone's asses to get stuff
done. I've been lax in this.

What you WILL NOT be doing:
List administration
Editing of the final product (i'll do it to maintain consistency
at least through the end of ShadowLore II)

Must have been a contributor to ShadowLore and/or Foundations
Must have guaranteed access (barring death, dismemberment, or
alien abduction) through December.

How to apply:
Send me a note saying you want the job and then take a moment to
tell me why you would make a good Project Leader.


Any automated postings you want done I can set up, and details can be
worked out.

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