EEO Public File Report

WJTL – Creative Ministries Inc.

Annual EEO Public File Report

WJTL March 31, 2017 EEO Report

* A list of all full-time vacancies filled by the SEU during the preceding year, identified by job title;

No new full-time vacancies were filled during the past year –

April 1, 2016 through March 31, 2017.

* The recruitment sources used to fill each vacancy, (including organizations entitled to notification of vacancies which should be separately identified), as well as the address, contact person and telephone number of each source;

Since no vacancies were filled, no recruitment sources were used.

* A list of the recruitment source that referred the hiree for each full-time vacancy;

Since no vacancies were filled, no recruitment sources were used.

* Data reflecting the total number of persons interviewed for each full-time vacancy in the preceding year;

No one was interviewed.

* The total number of interviewees referred by each recruitment source; and

No one was interviewed.

* A list and brief description of the Outreach Prong 3 menu options implemented during the preceding year.

Announcements were made on air twice each month, on the first and fifteenth asking for Community Groups interested in being updated on employment availabilities to contact the station.

A list of those community groups that contacted the station was kept.

Job Shadowing and Internships for High School and College credit continued to be offered during the past year.   The following is a list of College and High School students who received credit for their time at WJTL, as well as a list of Shadows that visited the WJTL Studios.

April 2016 – March 2017

Interns

Kathryn Burd: Summer 2016. Senior Indiana University of Penn.
Photography 20+ hours.

Liz Bierly: Fall 2016.  Hempfield High School.  Interned on air and in Office 5 hrs per week.

Robert Lee: Fall 2016 Millersville University Junior.  Interned on air, in office and at events 120+ hours.

Thomas Carley: Spring 2017 Senior Lebanon Valley College.  Interned on air and in office.

Kristen Schultz: Spring 2017 Senior Lancaster Bible College.  Interned on air and at events. 100 + hours.

Shadows

Kristen Schultz: September 13, 2016  Lancaster Bible College On Air Shadow  2 hours.

Mikaela Bender: November 16, 2016  Lancaster Bible College On Air Shadow  2 hours.

Aubree Poole: November 22, 2016   Lancaster Bible College On Air Shadow 2 hours.

Matthew Sharp: November 29, 2016 for Scouts Journalism Merit Badge 2 hours.

Jenna Silwinski: December 6, 2016    Lancaster Bible College On Air Shadow 2 hours.
Derek BIgley: December 13, 2016   Lancaster Bible College On Air Shadow 2 hours.

Peter Orlando: December 13, 2016   Lancaster Bible College On Air Shadow 2 hours.

In addition to on sight internships and shadowing, WJTL Partnered with Lancaster Bible College during the 2016/2017 academic year.  This class was created and taught by WJTL Staff Member Kristi Leigh.

WJTL partnered with Lancaster Bible College during the Fall 2016 semester to:

-Offer a 3-credit Introduction to Radio Broadcasting course.  14 students took the class in the Fall 2016 semester.  They learned broadcast equipment, radio performance skills, programmed their own weekly show, toured local stations WJTL and WDAC and enjoyed special guest speakers from WJTL, WROZ and WSBA.

-Develop an online streaming college radio station.  3 additional students learned radio basics and hosted a weekly air shift in the Fall 2016 semester.

WJTL partnered with Lancaster Bible College during the Spring 2017 semester to:

-Develop an online streaming college radio station.  8 additional students learned radio basics and hosted a weekly air shift in the Spring 2017 semester.

-Participate in a special event to give LBC students and community members an opportunity to tour the new radio/television studios and have a chance behind the mic/camera on Tuesday, March 28th from 6:30 – 9:00 p.m.  Approximately 40 were in attendance.  WJTL’s Kristi Leigh, LBC professor Adrienne Garvey, and LBC Arts & Sciences Department staff held a panel discussing the challenges and triumphs of being a Christian working in media, and how education prepares students for communication careers and ministry.

Additional outreach programs to local colleges and schools also continued.

Throughout the year WJTL continues to welcome School Groups, Boy and Girl Scout Groups, Youth Groups, Community Groups and Homeschool Groups for tours of the WJTL studios.  These tours include question and answer time with staff.

WJTL also continues to host Youth Group Night .  Youth Groups from around the WJTL Listening area come to the station for 2 and half to 3 hours to be on the air, experience the production room, and hear presentations on continued education and a Career in Broadcasting from a WJTL staff member.

The following are the dates and info from each Youth Group Night, including the church names and how many students attended (in parenthesis)

04/14/16:  St. Paul UCC,  Zion E.C. Church (31)

05/19/16:  Annville Church of the Brethren, Grace Fellowship Church (41)

09/15/16:  Mellinger Mennonite Church, Faith United Church of Christ (30)

10/13/16:  Damaskus Road Community Church, Christian Congregation Jesus is the Lord (35)

11/17/16:  Hanoverdale Church, St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church (43)

12/15/16:  Ono United Methodist Church (25)

01/12/17:  New Life Church, West Green Tree Church of the Brethren (30)

02/16/17:  Fairland BIC Church, Donegal Presbyterian Church (47)

03/09/17:  Faith Outreach Center, Crossfire Youth Ministries (43)

Signed by Station Manager Fred McNaughton March 31, 2017 On file at the station.

Filed 3-31-2017

by Fred McNaughton
Station Manager