As of today, we are accepting statements of interest for the WOBC Executive Board of 2014-15. Please include in your statement all relevant radio or leadership experience, a description of your past involvement with WOBC, why you’re interested in the position, and pretty much anything else you think provides a convincing argument for why you should have this job. Remember, this is an election process in which the entire station participates, so be sure to tailor your statement to your audience.
Board members are paid 10 hours a week at minimum wage, although the job often demands more time.
Please send applications to this email address by Saturday April 19 by 11:59pm.
If you have questions about the application process, or would like more detail about what the jobs entail, please do not hesitate to contact one of the board members or drop in during office hours.
Unfortunately, only Oberlin College students are able to run for board positions. Staff positions, on the other hand, are open to all. Keep an eye out for those applications in the weeks to come.
A quick word about “making out”–It’s complicated. You don’t want the song to do too much of the work, because then its like, “what are we doing, the song is already doing the work.” This is why only really cheesy older people make out to “Sexual Healing.”
Japan’s thriving electronic music scene has been putting out some hot, French-influenced nudisco in recent months. Spring is in the air, and now that the snow is starting to melt what better way to celebrate than to dust off the disco and muzak samples and cut loose?
Are you in Oberlin during the summer? Do you love WOBC and want to be more involved? Are you a student? Consider applying for these positions:
Summer Station Manager: The Summer Station Manager is responsible for organizing summer programming, ensuring compliance with all FCC and station rules, and processing incoming music. Ideal candidates will have an interest in WOBC leadership positions in the future. $2000 stipend included.
Summer Engineer: The Summer Engineer is responsible for maintaining technical equipment and working on technical improvement projects around the station. Ideal candidates will have an interest in WOBC leadership positions in the future. $2000 stipend included.
Please send applications to email@example.com by 11:59 on Sunday (4/6) Night
Both of these bands absolutely killed it! Ava Luna played a great show the night before at the Cat and we were really excited to be able to get both Krill and Ava Luna in for a session. They were really a pleasure to have in the studio and we wish them luck in their tour and at SXSW!!
As always– You can check out the Whole sessions on the Live From Studio B Bandcamp Page!
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