EEO Public File Report:


EEO Public File Report:
                           EEO Public file Report:

WGEL relevant information covering the period July 22, 2012 to July 21, 2013 only

Between the Period July 22, 2012 and July 21, 2013 WGEL filled one full time vacancy. The  person was hired as Operations director on June 17, 2013 prior to that date  we advertised for the Operations director using referrals, newspaper ads, our web site, radio ads and EEO hiring procedures. Agencies and community organizations contacted for referrals included: Radio 1 Broadcast School, Veterans Assistance Commission, Bond County Department of Public Aid, Bond Madison County Employment, Kaskaskia College, Urban League of Madison County, Broadcast Center, NAACP, Greenville Business and Professional Association, The Greenville Lions Club, Greenville Women’s Club and Illinois Center for Broadcasting. We conducted 5 interviews, the applicant we hired was referred by WGEL Radio Ad, the other applicants responded one newspaper two Radio ad and one Web site.  
WGEL is continuing to develop”source organizations” to refer potential applicants to the station.
Outreach activities:
Job Fair:   Illinois Statewide Veteran’s Job Fair held on November 8, 2012 at the Effingham National Guard Armory, 1206 W. Temple Effingham, Illinois from 9am to 12 noon. WGEL Manager John Kennedy attended and interviewed 6 applicants.
Job Fair: Greenville College May 17th 2013 11am to 1pm at the Greenville College Dinning Commons attended by John Kennedy  Manager WGEL interviewed 2 applicants.
Job Fair: Kaskaskia College Wednesday April 17 th 2013 2pm to 6pm at the
Kaskaskia College Life Long Learning Center on campus in Centralia, Illinois.  Attended by Tom Kennedy assistant General Manager.

WGEL hosted an Internship program during the summer of 2013; this year’s internship was open to students 16 years of age or older. Flyers were sent to the guidance offices of area high schools and colleges. This year’s intern was Shawn a 2013 Greenville College Graduate. During his internship at WGEL, Shawn was taught writing commercial copy, transcribing commercial sports, learning on-air voice tracking. He also learned about timing out individual hours on our Skylla radio software. Every week he looked up songs on the Country Oldies Show to see when they charted and what peak position they made it to. Shawn also learned the importance of Skylla Producer program that allows us to transfer commercials, and programs into the main Skylla system.


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