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Radio station WNPV is always looking for organizations that regularly distribute

information about employment opportunities to job applicants or have job

applicants to refer.  If you know of an organization who would like to receive

notifications of job vacancies at our station please notify Phil Hunt at P.O. Box

1440, Lansdale, PA 19446.  Or email Phil at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 215-

855-8211.  WNPV is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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ANNUAL EEO PUBLIC FILE REPORT

This report, prepared on behalf of WNPV(AM), Lansdale, Pennsylvania, FAC ID: 73347, covers full-time vacancy recruitment data for the period April 1, 2013 to March 31, 2014.

Phillip N. Hunt, General Manager of WNPV Radio is responsible for implementing the equal employment opportunity program.  He can be reached at:

Phillip N. Hunt

WNPV Radio

P.O. Box 1440

Lansdale, PA 19446

215-855-8211

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It is the policy of WNPV to provide equal employment opportunity to all qualified individuals without regard to their race, color, national origin, religion, or sex in all personnel actions including recruitment, evaluation, selection, promotion, compensation, training, and termination.

Section 1:  Vacancy Information

            Full-time positions Filled By Job Title                   Recruitment Source of Hiree

            1) News/Producer                                                                   WNPV Radio internal posting

            Total Number of Interviewees    7


 

Section 2:  Recruitment Source Information

Name of Organization Notified of Job Vacancy

Contact Person

Address

Phone

# of Interviewees Referred by Source

Did Recruitment Source Request Notification (yes or no)

Full-time Positions for Which this Source was Utilized

Association of Women in Communications

(AWC Job Board - $175/30 days)

 

Jobtarget.womcom.org

215-982-4308

 

No

0

BucksCountyCommunity College

Sharon Stephens, Employer Rel. Spec.

275 Swamp Rd.

Newtown, PA  18940

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

215-968-8030

 

No

1

BucksCountyOpportunity Council

Roger Collins, Exec. Dir.

100 Doyle St.

Doylestown, PA  18901

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

215-345-8175, ext. 204

 

No

1

BrynMawrCollege

Career Development Office

101 N. Merion Ave.

Bryn Mawr, PA  19010

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

610-526-5174

 

No

1

CabriniCollege

Nancy Hutchison, Dir of Career Services

610 King of Prussia Rd.

Radnor, PA  19087

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

610-902-8305

1

No

1

Career Builder

 

www.careerbuilder.com

   

No

0

ChestnutHillCollege

Nancy Dachille, Dir of Career Services

9601 Germantown Ave.

Philadelphia, PA  19118

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

215-248-7048

 

No

1

CheyneyUniversity Career Services

Ruth Brice, Director

Center for Career & Pro. Dev.

1837 University Circle

P.O. Box 200

Cheyney, PA  19319-0200

610-399-2033

 

No

1

Congreso de Latinos Unidos

Lisa Varon

216 W. Somerset St.

Philadelphia, PA  19133

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

215-763-8870, ext. 7223

 

No

1

ConnecticutSchool of Broadcasting

Tom DeFranco

Director

Career Services

535 Rt. 38 East, Suite 230

Cherry Hill, NJ  08002

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

856-330-4701

 

No

1

DelawareValleyCollege

Priscilla Jackson, Dir.

700 E. Butler Ave.

Doylestown, PA  18901

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

215-489-2448

 

No

1

DeSalesUniversity

Kristin Eicholtz, Dir of Career Services

2755 Station Ave.

Center Valley, PA  18034

610-282-1100

 

No

1

District 11, BPW/PA

Donna Jones, Director

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

610-828-8401

 

Yes

1

DrexelUniversity Career Management Services

Carol C. Ferguson

3201 Arch St., Suite 250

Philadelphia, PA  19104

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

215-895-1020

1

No

1

GwyneddMercyCollege

Nick Schaefer, Dir.

1325 Sumneytown Pike,

P.O. Box 901

Gwynedd Valley, PA  19437

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

215-646-7300, ext. 420

 

No

1

HarcumJuniorCollegeCareerCenter

CareerCenter

750 Montgomery Ave.

Bryn Mawr, PA  19010

610-526-6045

 

No

1

HaverfordCollege

Career Development

370 Lancaster Ave

Haverford, PA  19041-1392

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

610-896-1181

 

No

1

ImmaculataUniversity

Career Development

1145 King St.

Immaculata, PA  19345

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

610-647-4400, ext. 3501

 

No

1

Indeed.com

 

www.ads.indeed.com

   

No

0

Intelligencer Newspaper (and internet)

Louise Lear

333 N. Broad St.

P.O. Box 858

Doylestown, PA  18901-0858

215-345-3000

 

No

0

Journal Register Papers:  Times Herald, Reporter (and internet)

Barbara

307 Derstine Ave.

Lansdale, PA  19446

215-855-8440

 

No

0

KeystoneOpportunityCenter

E Richard Aichele III, Exec. Dir.

104 Main St., P.O. Box 64183

Souderton, PA  18964

215-723-5430

 

No

1

LaSalleUniversity Career & Employment Services

 

1900 W. Olney Ave.

Philadelphia, PA  19141

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

215-951-1075

 

No

1

LinkedIn

       

No

1

Monster.com

Customer Service

www.monster.com

800-666-7837

 

No

0

MontgomeryCountyCareer Link

Patty Drummond

1855 New Hope St.

Norristown, PA  19401

610-270-3429

 

No

1

Montgomery County Community College/New Choices

Margie Cherry/

Nina Watson

340 DeKalb Pike

Blue Bell, PA  19422

www.collegecentral.com/mc3

215-619-7406

 

No

1

Montgomery County Community College/Communications Dept.

Matt Porter

340 DeKalb Pike

Blue Bell, PA  19422

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

215-641-6300

3

No

1

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People

Teresa Spotwood

1619 W. Cecil B. Moore Ave.

Philadelphia, PA  19121

215-765-6040

 

No

1

National Association of Broadcasters

Flip Michaels

1771 N Street NW

Washington, DC  20036

202-429-7529

 

No

1

PeirceCollege Career Development

 

1420 Pine St.

Philadelphia, PA  19102

215-545-6400

 

No

1

PennState - Abington

Ethel O’Dea

206 Lares Bldg.

1600 Woodland Rd.

Abington, PA  19001-3990

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

215-881-7392

 

No

1

Pennsylvania Association of Broadcasters

Richard Wycoff

8501 Paxton St.

Hummelstown, PA  17036

717-482-4820

 

No

1

PA Careerlink Website

232145020

Maria

www.cwds.state.pa.us

610-270-3428

 

No

1

St. Joseph’s UniversityCareerCenter

Jennifer Rossi

5600 City Ave.

Philadelphia, PA  19131-1395

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

610-660-3100

 

No

1

South Eastern PA Consortium for Higher Education (Arcadia, Chestnut Hill, Gwynedd-Mercy, Holy Family, Immaculata, & Neumann)

 

www.collegecentral.com/sepche

   

No

1

StrayerUniversity

 

3800 Sierra Circle #300

Center Valley, PA  18034

484-809-7770

 

No

1

TempleUniversity Career Dev. Services

Jim McLaughlin, Recruit. Coord.

1913 N. Broad St.

220 Mitten Hall

Philadelphia, PA  19122

215-204-4461

 

No

1

TempleUniversity - Ambler

Melinda Finley, Career Coord. 

580 Meetinghouse Rd., West Hall Room 109

Ambler, PA  19002

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

267-468-8200

 

No

1

University of Pennsylvania Career Services

Shannon Kelly,

Job & Internship

Postings

3718 Locust Walk, Suite 20, McNeil Bldg.

Philadelphia, PA  19104-6209

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

215-898-7531

 

No

1

UrsinusCollege

Sharon Hansen Powers, Asst. Dir. for Employer Relations

601 Main St.

Bomberger 110

Collegeville, PA  19426

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

610-409-3599

 

No

1

VillanovaUniversity Career Services

Nancy Dudak, Dir.

800 Lancaster Ave., Garey Hall

Villanova, PA  19085-1699

610-519-4063

 

No

1

WNPV Radio internal posting

Phil Hunt

1210 Snyder Road

P.O. Box 1440

Lansdale, PA  19446

215-855-8211

2

No

1

WNPV Radio on air

Phil Hunt

1210 Snyder Road

P.O. Box 1440

Lansdale, PA  19446

215-

855-8211

 

No

1

WNPV Radio website

Phil Hunt

www.wnpv1440.com

215-855-8211

 

No

1

Yahoo!  Hot Jobs

 

www.hiring.hotjobs.yahoo.com

   

No

0

Section 3:  Supplemental (Non-Vacancy Specific) Recruitment Activities Undertaken

 1.  WNPV Radio has an ongoing scholarship program and provides a scholarship to a graduating senior from a local educational institution in the North Penn School District.  The scholarship recipient anticipates continuing their education in the field of broadcasting. 

2.  WNPV Radio provides financial assistance to a graduating senior from a local educational institution in the Souderton Area High School District.  The recipient anticipates continuing their education in the field of broadcasting.

3.  WNPV Radio has an ongoing internship program.  Interns from April 1, 2013 – March 31, 2014 were from the following educational institutions: 

Temple University

Shippensburg University

Montgomery County Community College

North Penn High School

4.  WNPV Radio’s website, www.wnpv1440.com, includes a notice encouraging organizations that regularly distribute information about employment opportunities to notify WNPV if they would like to receive notification of vacancies.

5. WNPV Radio also conducts numerous tours of the radio station each year.  Those tours, (attended by students and local community members,) discuss a variety of topics including station operations and careers in radio.

6.  The WNPV Radio’s website, www.wnpv1440.com, also included broadcast career information and links to several organizations that provide information about careers in broadcasting.  They include:

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics www.bls.gov/oco/cg/cgs017.htm

The National Association of Broadcasters www.nab.org

The Pennsylvania Association of Broadcasters www.pab.org

The Federal Communication Commission www.fcc.gov

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