Berkeley CSUA MOTD:Entry 31908
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1996/9/29 [Science, Industry/Jobs] UID:31908 Activity:nil
9/26    Co-op position for spring semester for a cs major who is familiar with
        visual basic and excel.  Not a buff job, but good for a first time
        intern experience.  Oh, yeah, the company is HMT Technology.
        Mail me if you're interested.  -corinney
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