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2011 EEO Annual Public File
EEO ANNUAL PUBLIC FILE REPORTS
ALABAMA STATE UNIVERSITY
MONTGOMERY, Alabama State University
Attached EEO Annual Public File Report
Covers the Period
December 1, 2011 to November 30, 2012
Pursuant to the FCC’s Public Notice, DA 03-1046, released March 31, 2003, March 10, 2003 was the effective date of the new rules.
Equal Employment Opportunity Annual Public File Report
Recruitment Activity Summary
December 1, 2011-November 30, 2012
This EEO Annual Public File Report is filed in the public inspection files of the Station pursuant to Section 73.2080(c)(6) of the Federal Communications Commission's ("FCC") rules.
1. Total Full-Time Vacancies
During the period ending on November 30, 2012, the Station filled the following full-time vacancies:
2. Total Interviewees for Full-Time Vacancies
The Station interviewed the following total number of people for all full-time vacancies during the period covered in this Report: 0 .
3. Recruitment Sources and Process
The Station and its licensee, Alabama State University, have an Equal Opportunity Program and Job Program for use in filling vacancies and making other employment decisions. It is our policy to provide equal opportunity to all qualified individuals without regard to race, color, national origin, religion or sex in all personnel actions including recruitment, evaluation, selection, promotion, compensation, training and termination.
Candidates for all vacancies at the Station are recruited by the Department of Human Resources at Alabama State University. Available positions are posted on the Department’s bulletin board and on Alabama State University’s web site (www.alasu.edu). Available positions can also be posted on the Station’s web site (www.wvasfm.org).
The licensee’s Department of Human Resources also solicits candidates from the recruitment sources below:
§ Alabama Commission on Higher Education
§ The Chronicle of Higher Education
§ State of Alabama Employment Office
Persons who contact the station directly with an interest in vacant positions are referred to the Department for the completion and submission of all required paperwork. Applications from candidates with complete application packages, as determined by the Department, are forwarded to the Station for review and interviews. After all interviews have been conducted, a recommendation for hire is sent back to the Department for administrative and budgetary approval.
4. Supplemental Information
Exhibit A contains the following information for each full-time vacancy:
v The job title of each vacancy;
v The date that the vacancy was opened and closed;
v The total number of applicants for the vacancy;
v The total number of persons interviewed for the vacancy; and,
v The date that the vacancy was filled.
Exhibit B contains a list and brief description of outreach initiatives undertaken pursuant to the FCC's EEO rules during the time period covered by this report.
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FULL-TIME VACANCY EEO INFORMATION
Job Title of Vacancy: None
Date Vacancy Opened:
Date Vacancy Closed:
Total Number of Applicants:
Total Number of Persons Interviewed:
Date Vacancy Filled:
MENU OPTION ACTIVITIES
WVAS-FM has engaged in the following outreach activities during the period covered by this Report:
Type of Activity
Educational Institution Career Days
The Station regularly participates in career days at Alabama State University. These events enable the station to disseminate information as to employment opportunities in broadcasting when available.
The Station accepts intern and practicum students majoring in Communications at Alabama State University as well as other area higher education institutions which do not have broadcast facilities. This program assists them in acquiring the skills needed for broadcast employment. The Station also has an HD2 channel which is dedicated solely to programming developed, produced and hosted by intern, practicum, and volunteer students from Alabama State University.
The Station has participated in a journalism scholarship program designed to assist students interested in pursuing a career in news broadcasting.
The Station participates in career days for children in the Montgomery Public School System to interest them in broadcast employment.
Other Programs Outreach
The Station promotes general outreach through its provision of station tours to prospective university students; the provision of “shadowing” opportunities to students in the Montgomery Public School System; and, through its participation in community events sponsored by such organizations as the Chamber of Commerce.