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Shift Swap!: February 2012 Archives

Half Shift on Friday

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Hey all - sorry for the late notice, but would anyone be able to take part of my shift this Friday? I've got a doctor's appointment that I really can't miss, and I would need someone to cover my 12-3. Any help at all would be appreciated, and I can definitely pick up one of your shifts for you if I'm able.

Thanks so much!

Shift Next Tuesday 3-6

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Hey Guys,

I was wondering if anyone would be interested in taking my shift next Tuesday from 3:00pm - 6:00pm. It's only one hour of shelving and two hours on the second floor desk. There is a Career Expo that day from 4 to 7 that I really want to attend if I can get my shift covered. I'm willing to switch with someone who works on a Thursday (after 1pm) or anytime on Sunday as well. The shift is up on WhenToWork so feel free to grab it or email me.

Thanks!

Joao

Tomorrow 3-4 desk shift

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Hey guys, I missed a quiz in one of my classes last week due to the aurora center training thing that I was at. My instructor literally just e-mailed me today to let me know I could make it up tomorrow at 4:00. Since the class is in St. Paul, I'd need a bit of time to get there. So I was wondering if anyone would mind taking that small bit of time for me, from 3:00-4:00 tomorrow. I've already put it on the tradeboard, and its just a b-desk shift,

Thanks in advance,

Alexa

More hours up for grabs

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Hello again! So, the aurora center (who I volunteer for) is having some extra training hours on Wednesday and Thursday. I would really love to go and meet the new volunteers, and brush up on my training (since I've not been there long). I definitely should have planned this out better in advance, but if you want them, I've got a couple hours up on the trade board. Its not a requirement that I go, but my supervisor would still really like me to. So, if you can pick any of them up, it would be much appreciated.

Thanks!

Alexa

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