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KLCC EEO Report 2014

KLCC EEO Report 2013

Start of Period -  10/1/12
End of Period -  12/31/12
Vacancy -  General Manager  Recruitment Sources
Recruitment Source of Hiree - Lane Web Site
Total Persons Interviewed - 5

Start of Period -  10/1/11
End of Period -  9/30/12

Vacancy -  General Manager  Recruitment Sources
Recruitment Source of Hiree - Posted not filled during year
Total Persons Interviewed - 0

Start of Period -  10/1/11
End of Period -  9/30/12

Vacancy - On-Air Host  Recruitment Sources
Recruitment Source of Hiree - Internal Reference
Total Persons Interviewed - 4

Start of Period -  10/1/10
End of Period -  9/30/11

Vacancy - Development Director  Recruitment Sources
Recruitment Source of Hiree - Lane Web Site
Total Persons Interviewed - 3

Start of Period -  10/1/9
End of Period -  9/30/10

Vacancy - NO JOBS FILLED OR POSTED
Recruitment Source of Hiree - NO JOBS FILLED OR POSTED
Total Persons Interviewed - 0

Start of Period -  10/1/9
End of Period -  9/30/10

Vacancy - NO JOBS FILLED OR POSTED
Recruitment Source of Hiree - NO JOBS FILLED OR POSTED
Total Persons Interviewed - 0

Start of Period -  10/1/8
End of Period -  9/30/9

Vacancy - NO JOBS FILLED OR POSTED
Recruitment Source of Hiree - NO JOBS FILLED OR POSTED
Total Persons Interviewed - 0

Start of Period -  10/1/7
End of Period -  9/30/8

Vacancy - Morning Edition Host / Screening done prior year
Recruitment Source of Hiree - LCC Website
Total Persons Interviewed - 5

Start of Period -  10/1/6
End of Period -  9/30/7

Vacancy - Morning Edition Host - Posted / Not Filled  Recruitment Sources
Recruitment Source of Hiree - Not yet filled
Total Persons Interviewed - 5

Start of Period -  10/1/5
End of Period -  9/30/6

Vacancy - NO JOBS FILLED OR POSTED
Recruitment Source of Hiree - NO JOBS FILLED OR POSTED
Total Persons Interviewed - 0

Start of Period -  10/1/4
End of Period -  9/30/5

Vacancy - NO JOBS FILLED OR POSTED
Recruitment Source of Hiree - NO JOBS FILLED OR POSTED
Total Persons Interviewed - 0

Start of Period -  10/1/3
End of Period -  9/30/4

Vacancy - Morning Edition Host  Recruitment Sources
Recruitment Source of Hiree - Internal Posting
Total Persons Interviewed - 3

Start of Period -  3/10/03
End of Period -  9/30/03

Vacancy - NO JOBS FILLED OR POSTED
Recruitment Source of Hiree - NO JOBS FILLED OR POSTED
Total Persons Interviewed - 0


 
KLCC Supplemental EEO Activities

                                      October 1, 2011 to September 30, 2012

On November 9, 2011, KLCC All Things Considered host Angela Kellner was a guest speaker at a UO Journalism class for 2 hours. The topics included how technology has changed our jobs, my experience as a radio reporter, and a listening session of stories from KLCC & NPR.

On November 9, 2011, Tripp Sommer, KLCC News Director, spent the afternoon making a presentation to the U of O Journalism class taught by Robert McMichaels.  He played several stories by KLCC News and discussed public radio journalism with the class.

On January 5, 2012, KLCC’s Morning Edition Host, Rachael McDonald was one of four media panelists at the PRSA luncheon. The panel was McDonald, KMTR's Matt Templeman, Jeff Wright of the Register Guard and Kelly from Eugene Daily News.  They each gave a brief presentation about how our newsroom works, what they do and how best to get news stories to each organization. There were questions from the public relations folks about whether we use tips from the public to pursue news stories and also about different ways to send out press releases.

On February 21, 2012, 11 cub scouts and their parents from Pack 52, Irving School visited KLCC for a tour and demonstration of audio production.  Program Director, Don Hein discussed the business of radio with the cub scouts.

On April 18, 2012, KLCC General Manager Steve Barton staffed a table at job fairs at the University of Oregon and at Lane Community College.  He talked to attendees about jobs in radio, a current opening at KLCC (part-time news host) and about volunteer and intern opportunities at KLCC.

On April 25, 2012, KLCC hosted a group of six middle school students from the Gana afterschool program of Kelly Middle School for a station tour and audio careers workshop.

On May 18, 2012, six scouts from Pack 385, home school students and their parents, visited KLCC for a tour by Program Director, Don Hein, of the station and introduction to radio.

On the evening of May 16, 2012, News Director, Tripp Sommer, was on two Writing and Communication panel sessions for Career Insights at the University of Oregon Ford Alumni Center.  Other panelists were: Ted Taylor, Eugene Weekly; Kevin Max, 1859 Magazine; and Jodi Unruh, Jodi Unruh and Associates.  The panelists discussed their career path so far, important decisions early in their career, the key message to students regarding finding a satisfying career and if they host or hire interns.  Each session had about 20 U of O students.

On the afternoon of Thursday May 17, 2012, News Director, Tripp Sommer, made a one hour presentation to the Reporting for Electronic Media class at the University of Oregon School of Journalism and Communications.  He spoke about his career, working with students and job opportunities in public radio journalism.  Tripp also played 3 examples of different kinds of stories from KLCC News.

                        October 1, 2010 to September 30, 2011 
 

On Tuesday, February 15, 2011, General Manager, Steve Barton, staffed a table at the Lane ESD career fair.  This fair was attended by local area high school students.  Mr. Barton provided information on careers in radio and displayed information from the Oregon Association of Broadcasters web site on currently open positions in the state.
 

On Wednesday, February 23, 2011 nine Boy Scouts from Springfield troops 134 and 55 came to the radio station for a tour and workshop guided by Program Director, Don Hein.

On Wednesday, April 20, 2011, General Manager, Steve Barton, staffed a table at the Lane Community College career fair.  This fair was open to the public and included students from the College and community members that were looking for work.  Mr. Barton provided information on careers in radio and displayed information from the Oregon Association of Broadcasters on jobs currently open in the state.  He also discussed volunteer and intern opportunities at KLCC with several attendees.
 
On Saturday, April 30, 2011 from 2pm-4pm KLCC conducted a workshop/recording session with 14 families engaged in the Glitterary Literary Festival.  Jess Burns and Don Hein conducted individual 10 minute production sessions with the children, and their parent/s, coaching and recording their reading of the Literary works they had written for the festival; poems and short prose. A CD recording was burned of their final, edited, reading and the families took the CD home with them. A file of the recordings will also be shared with the producers of Mixed Voices to help them identify future young writers for their monthly KLCC production.
 
On Wednesday, May 11, 2011 Nigel Kilbourne, a junior at Network Charter School in Eugene, job shadowed the news team for three hours, observing the production of the afternoon's Northwest Passage.
 
On Thursday, July 7, Don Hein, KLCC’s Program Director, gave eight students and two adults from the Downtown Athletic Club Summer Camp a tour of the station and the students participated in an audio recording workshop.  Don talked to the students about careers in public radio.
 
KLCC, as a member of Eugene Area Radio Stations, helped to provide scholarships of $3,000 to five students.
 
During the entire year, KLCC continued to use and train interns, students, and volunteers in the skills of radio.  In the past year, trainees include Mark Costigan Ryan Dawe-Stotz, Tiffany Eckert, Leslie Hildreth, Laura McCandlish, Desmond O’Boyle, Jeff Osvold, Lieghti Sharp, Frank Sprouse, Jonathan Siegle, Boris Wiedenfeld, and Terry Way.
  
 

                        October 1, 2009 through September 30, 2010

On February 16, 2010, Steve Barton, KLCC’s General Manager, staffed a table at the Lane ESD Career Fair at the Lane County Fair Grounds.  He provided samples of current jobs from the OAB web site, demonstrated audio editing on a laptop computer, and talked with students about jobs in radio.  This event was attended by more than 1,000 high school students.

On April 21, 2010, Steve Barton, KLCC General Manager, staffed a table at a Career Fair at Lane Community College.  He provided samples of current jobs from the OAB web site, provided a job description and talked about how to apply for a part-time music host position at KLCC, and talked to students about jobs in radio. 

On Saturday, April 24 from 3 to 5pm KLCC hosted a dozen families and their children as part of the Glitterary Literary Festival. The children were introduced to broadcast recording equipment and produced audio segments on CD for their personal collections from their award winning Glitterary Festival writing projects.

On Thursday, April 22, Don Hein, KLCC’s Program Director, led two classes of Audio Engineering students, 24 men and women, in a tour of the studios and a discussion of training and career opportunities is broadcasting and public media platforms.

On May 13, 34 students from Fern Ridge High School visited the KLCC studios for a tour and discussion of career opportunities in broadcasting and audio journalism.

On Tuesday, July 6 a dozen children and four adults from the Muddy Puddle Summer Academy came to KLCC for a tour of the facility and discussion of training and careers in radio.

Ben Swetland did a two week job shadow of Tiffany Eckert as a high school student.

KLCC, as a member of Eugene Area Radio Stations, helped to provide scholarships of $3,000 to five students.

During the entire year, KLCC continued to use and train interns, students, and volunteers in the skills of radio.  In the past year, trainees include Angela Andre, Olivia Awbrey, Jessica Bloom, Sharece Bunn, Ryan Dawe-Stotz, Tiffany Eckert, Elon Guglich, Courtney Hibbard, Leslie Hildreth, Chad Kashuba, Ray Martin, Laura McCandless, Heather Meldrum, Jeff Osvold, Lieghti Sharp, Frank Sprouse, Lottie Streisinger, Renate Tilson, and Terry Way.

October 2, 2008 through September 30, 2009

On January 8 2009, Brynna Ellison, a senior at Springfield High, came to KLCC as a job shadow.  She "shadowed" Tripp Sommer, KLCC’s News Director, from 10:30 until 12:30, including observing his preparation and broadcast of News at Noon.

On February 10, 2009, Steve Barton, KLCC’s General Manager, and Don Hein, KLCC’s Program Director, staffed a table at the Lane ESD Career Fair at the Lane County Fair Grounds.  They provided samples of current jobs from the OAB web site, and talked with students about jobs in radio.  This event was attended by more than 1,000 high school students.

On February 20, 2009, Don Hein, KLCC’s Program Director, gave a tour to ten grade school students from the HomeSource program.  He talked to them about careers in radio and demonstrated audio equipment.

On March 19, 2009, Steve Barton, KLCC General Manager gave a tour to a group of home school children.  He talked to them about KLCC’s operation, careers in radio, and demonstrated audio editing software.

On April 22, 2009, Steve Barton, KLCC General Manager staffed a table at a Career Fair at Lane Community College.  He provided samples of current jobs from the OAB web site, talked to students about jobs in radio, and demonstrated audio editing software. 

On April 25, 2009, KLCC Program Director, Don Hein, took KLCC’s mobile studio to the Gliterary Festival at the Eugene Public Library  sponsored by The Young Writers Association.  He talked to high school students about radio and audio recording and recorded the stories of about 15 students.

On July 6, 2009, Steve Barton, KLCC General Manager gave a tour of the KLCC building to a group of students from Looking Glass School.  He talked to them about careers in radio and demonstrated audio editing software.

During the entire year, KLCC continued to use and train interns, students, and volunteers in the skills of radio.  In the past year, trainees include Tiffany Eckert, Frank Sprouse, Lotte Streisinger, Terry Way, Renate Tilson, Brandon Smith, Courtney Hibbard, Heather Meldrum, Jessica Blume, Tiffany Kimmel, Jenna Passalacqua, Elon Glucklich, and Peter Browning.

 

October 1, 2007 through September 30, 2008 

On November 28, 2007, thirteen fifth grade Oak Hill School students and their teacher, Kim Davis, visited KLCC on a field trip. Claude Offenbacher spoke to them about what's involved in the operation of the station.   They were shown our on-air and production studios, met station personnel, and had an opportunity to speak into microphones.  Their voices (in praise of their teacher) were captured on a news production room computer.  They then learned about editing (for volume, and deletion of pauses).  The class will receive a CD of their on-mike words.

In January 2008 KLCC formed a partnership with the University of Oregon School of Journalism and Communications to serve as an internship site for three Graduate students in the Professional Master’s program.  The three will be involved as production assistants for Morning Edition and the Northwest Passage, and expanding the news programming on alternative platforms, including the internet.

Catalina Vazquez, BA in Ethnic Studies from Mills College in Oakland, California; co-producer “Women’s Magazine” KPFA-FM, Berkeley; Reporter/intern Tri County News, Junction City; fluent in Spanish.

Becca Bartleson, BS in Environmental and Analytical Chemistry from Evergreen State College; Morning News Editor/Producer KBOO-FM, Portland Oregon; Reporter/intern Tri County News, Junction City.

Nicholas M. DeMarino, BA in East Asian Studies from Oberlin College; Study abroad at Doshisha University, Kyoto, Japan; Reporter Springfield News and Oregon Daily Emerald.

On February 12, 2008, Steve Barton, KLCC’s General Manager, staffed a table at the Lane ESD Career Fair at the Lane County Fair Grounds.  He took samples of current jobs from the OAB web site, and talked with students about jobs in radio.  This event was attended by more than 1,000 high school students.

On March 4th, Don Hein, KLCC’s Program Director, met with students from two of Mellissa Stark's classes from the Music and Performance program at Lane Community college.  They toured the station and talked about broadcast production.

On April 24, 2008, Steve Barton, KLCC’s General Manager, staffed a table at the Lane Community College Career Fair.  He took samples of jobs from the OAB web site and talked with students about jobs in radio.  This event was primarily geared toward Lane Community College students.

On April 25, 2008, Steve Barton, KLCC’s General Manager, gave a tour to approximately 25 students from Ridgeline Montessori Elementary School.  He talked to them about radio and let the each record and listen to their voices.

On July 11, 2008, Steve Barton, KLCC’s General Manager gave a tour to 16 high school students from Looking Glass.  He talked about KLCC’s organization and types of jobs and what skills are needed to get into radio.

During the entire year, KLCC continued to use and train interns, students, and volunteers in the skills of radio.  Currently (September, 2008) trainees include Lotte Streisinger, Terry Way, Renate Tilson, Brandon Smith, Andrew Bartholamew, Tiffany Eckert, Tiffany Kimmel, Becca Bartleson, Jeff Ozvold, and Heather Meldrum.

 

October 1, 2006 through September 30, 2007 

Don Hein, KLCC Program Director, gave a tour to 9 students in Jim Napoli's Physics of Sound class from the WellSprings School in Eugene on Wednesday Dec 13, 2006.  Following is a quote from the class’ instructor:  “The students were very excited to see the sound and radio equipment up close and personal.  Your talk about sound proofing and digital editing programs was actually a very convenient introduction to what we'll be doing in class after Christmas break.  I heard nothing but positive comments from the kids about the trip today.”  

Station Manager, Steve Barton, staffed a booth at the ESD’s annual Career Fair on 2/13/07.  This event was attended by about 1000 high school students from about the region.  He had copies of typical job postings from the OAB web site and a part-time news position available at KLCC.  He talked to students about careers in radio and how to get the required education and training. 

Iris Micklavzina, an eighth grader at Ridgeline Montessori Public Charter Middle School was here at KLCC for two days, Feb 20 & 22, 2007 observing and shadowing operations in news, music and administrative departments. 

On April 18, 2007, General Manager, Steve Barton staffed a career fair at Lane Community College.  He distributed job postings from the Oregon Association of Broadcasters WEB site, talked about volunteer opportunities at KLCC, and discussed broadcasting as a vocation with students. 

On Saturday, April 28, 2007 KLCC staff ( Don Hein, Program Director and Tripp Sommer, News Director) participated in the Young Writer's Association's Glitterary Festival at the Eugene Public Library. During the day staff recruited young writers for our Mixed Voices program and produced 25 CD's of young writer's reading their poetry and prose festival submissions. 

On Sunday, June 29, 2007, Don Hein, KLCC’s Program Director, participated in a seminar class for the School of Journalism and Communications at the UO.  The class discussed careers and operations at public broadcasting stations. 

KLCC, through the local trade organization, Eugene Area Radio Stations (EARS) helped to provide the funding for and selection of scholarship recipient, Laura Edwards.  EARS paid $1,000 toward the cost of Ms Edward’s tuition and books in September, 2007. 

During the entire year, KLCC continued to use and train interns, students, and volunteers in the skills of radio.  Currently (September, 2007) trainees include Frank Nearing, Claude Offenbacher, Frank Sprouse, Lotte Streisinger, Terry Way, Renate Tilson, Bob Barber, Brandon Smith, Nicole Matthys, and Andrew Bartholamew.

 

October 1, 2005 through September 30, 2006

Jan 17, 2006, nine kids from six homeschool families, led by Jenny Tier, took part in a tour of the radio station. We demonstrated career opportunities in music and news, and conducted a voice session.

Jan 25, 2006 KLCC hosted cub scout pack 351 on a tour of the radio facility led by Don Hein.

January 26, 2006 Angela Kellner was on a three-person panel in Professor Kim Sheehan's Advertising class at the University of Oregon discussing the porous wall between advertising and news. There were about sixty students in the class. She also made a pitch for students to contact the station if interested in volunteering or interning.

On 2/14/06, Steve Barton, KLCC's General Manager, staffed a table at the Career Fair at Lane Community College. Steve talked to attendees about KLCC, volunteer opportunities, and typical jobs. He had job descriptions and a listing of open jobs from the Oregon Association of Broadcasters WEB site.

On 4/12/06, Steve Barton, KLCC's General Manager, staffed a table at the Career Fair at the Lane County Fair Grounds. This Fair was sponsored by Lane Educational Service District. Steve had job descriptions from KLCC jobs (none were open) and job listings from the OAB WEB site. He talked to students about volunteer opportunities and typical jobs at KLCC.

KLCC and it's mobile recording studio participated in the Glitterary Festival on April 29, 2006. KLCC coached young writers in the craft of broadcast writing and production and recorded family "pet stories" they composed for the event.

Kim Davis' Oak Hill School (Eugene) class of thirteen 4th-5th grade students visited the KLCC studios on the morning of Friday, June 2, 2006. They reviewed a "homework assignment" in which they were given a scrambled Associated Press story on the league alignment of Oregon high school teams. Their task: To rearrange the sentences to make a coherent story. We discussed how, when ordered correctly, the who, what, when and where appeared in the lead, and how the remainder of the story led to a closing sentence on possible future action. The students had their questions about KLCC answered, toured the studios, including the on-air booth, and were shown the model of KLCC's "new digs." In a concluding activity, they were given the opportunity to voice on a production room mike (and hear back) tributes to their teacher; this was then put on a CD as a present to her.

KLCC, through the local trade organization, Eugene Area Radio Stations (EARS) helped to provide the funding for and selection of scholarship recipient, Sarah Ramstead. EARS paid $1,000 toward the cost of Ms Ramstead's tuition and books in September, 2006.

During the entire year, KLCC continued to use and train interns, students, and volunteers in the skills of radio. Currently (September, 2006) trainees include Frank Nearing, Heather Meldrum, Claude Offenbacher, Lindsay Sprouse, Lotte Streisinger, Terry Way, Renate Tilson, Nicole Matthys, Erin Atkins, Ann Bryce, and Andrew Bartholamew.

 

October 1, 2004 through September 30, 2005

On October 27, 2004, Steve Barton, General Manager gave a tour to 12 home school children ages kindergarten to middle school. He talked about the station operations and job opportunities in radio.

On November 3, 2004, Steve Barton, General Manager staffed a table at a Career Fair at the University of Oregon. He provided information on a temporary job opening at the station, jobs available in Oregon for the Oregon Association of Broadcasters, and public broadcasting jobs available from Current Magazine. He also had typical job descriptions and station related information available. Robert Dove from Clear Channel was also at the table and provided information about jobs at Clear Channel in Eugene and Corvallis/Albany.

On 11/16/04, Angela Kellner spoke to Michael Huntsberger's "Mass Media & Society" class at the UO Journalism School about my education, career, the industry, etc. There were between 50-60 students in attendance and I handed out info about the station & how to volunteer/intern @ KLCC.

3/3/05, Met with Sarah Ramstead, a student from Sheldon High School. She agreed to do an internship at KLCC. Over the next two weeks, she spend approximately 20 hours working in our News Room learning how to produce news, conduct interviews, and organize on-air news programming.

On April 13, 2005, Steve Barton, General Manager, staffed the table at the Career Fair at Lane Community College. He provided a printout of jobs currently available from the Oregon Association of Broadcasters WEB site, sample job descriptions from KLCC's past hirings, and discussed broadcast jobs with fair attendees.

On Saturday, April 30th, 2005 KLCC participated in the Fourth Annual Glitterary Festival of the Young Writers Association. Program Director Don Hein and hosts Claude Offenbacher and Sean Bowditch used the KLCC mobile studio to introduce festival participants to the craft of audio storytelliing. Approximately 25 people from five different families wrote and recorded to CD a "family story" during the day's event. The event is part of our continuing efforts to take KLCC into the community, and the participants were thrilled to take home this small piece of their family heritage.

During the entire year, KLCC continued to use and train interns, students, and volunteers in the skills of radio. Currently (September, 2005) trainees include Frank Nearing, Brian Hebb, Heather Meldrum, Sean Bowditch, Claude Offenbacher, Ruth Koenig, Jes Burns Louisa Lindsay Sprouse, Lotte Streisinger, Terry Way, Renate Tilson, Nicole Matthys, and Mark Harris.

KLCC, through the local trade organization, Eugene Area Radio Stations (EARS) helped to provide the funding for and selection of scholarship recipient, Jeramy Anderson. EARS paid $1,000 toward the cost of Mr. Anderson's tuition and books cost at Northwest Christian College in September, 2005

 

October 1, 2003 through Sept 30, 2004

On Thursday, December 18, 2003 Angela Kellner, gave a station tour and talk to about ten Girl Scouts (ages 8-10) as part of their exploration into career choices.

Angela Kellner visited three Journalism classes at the UO & talked to students about volunteer, internship, & paid opportunities in the KLCC newsroom. In all, she spoke to about 35 students on the following dates: 1/13, 1/15, & 1/22/2004. The professors were Jim Upshaw, Kathy Campbell, & Suzi Prozanski.

On April 14, 2004 KLCC Management staff had a table at a Career Fair at Lane Community College from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM. Don Hein, Program Director, Paula Chan Carpenter, Development Director, and Steve Barton, General Manager staffed the table. We had job descriptions for various open positions in radio and for general information. Also had information on other resources related to jobs in radio and talked to attendees about jobs in radio.

On April 24, 2004, Don Hein, Program Director attended the "Glitterary Festival" which is a training opportunity for high school students. He took KLCC's mobile broadcast unit and gave tours and trained students in writing for radio. Ten students were involved.

On July 22, 2004, Steve Barton, General Manager, gave a tour of KLCC to a group of 12 home school children ranging in age from pre-school to high school. He talked about the operation of the station and job opportunities in broadcasting.

During the entire year, KLCC continued to use and train interns, students, and volunteers in the skills of radio. Currently (September, 2004) trainees include Frank Nearing, Brian Hebb, Heather Meldrum, Anne Frey, Sean Bowditch, Claude Offenbacher, Ruth Koenig, Michael Munkvold, Louisa Lindsay Sprouse, Robert Hill Long, Lotte Streisinger, Terry Way, Renate Tilson, and Mark Harris.

On September 30, 2004, Steve Barton, General Manager met with an intern from Sheldon High School to set up an internship which will involve station management, programming, and development.

 

March 10, 2003 through September 30, 2003

KLCC continues to do training in broadcast news in our newsroom. We consistently have several UofO students and/or community volunteers working on news writing, interviewing, and on-air skills. This is an ongoing activity - always. During this time period, the list of trainees include: Kristin Haynes, Rachael McDonald, JJ Burton, Bren Chance, Ruth Koeng, Brian Hebb, Rachael Mahaffey, Zena Chew, Cecile Couraud, Steve Mital, and Ann Dornfeld.

Steve Barton attended OAB EEO seminar in Portland on 3/19.

On 4/24/04, Aletha Temple, a middles school student did a job shadow in our news room. Specifically she worked with our "All Things Considered" host as she prepared and delivered the afternoon news broadcast.

On 4/2/04, Don Hein(Program Director) and Tripp Sommer(News Director) conducted a class on broadcast writing and carreers at the Young Writer's Association Glitterary Festival. Using the KLCC mobile studio as a classroom, six youth participants and their parents were guided through a discussion and exercise designed to introduce the radio medium to grade and middle school young writers

On 4/22/03, Don Hein (Program Director), Paula Chan Carpenter (Development Director) and Steve Barton (General Manager) staffed a table at a Job Fair sponsored by Lane Community College for four hours. Presented materials on current broadcast openings in Oregon, distributed a document on careers in broadcast that included brief job descriptions and training requirements, distributed a document on Volunteer/Intern opportunities at KLCC, and talked to students and the public about broadcast employment.