2011-2012 Annual EEO Public File Report
300 East Crystal Lake Rd.
Twin Lake, MI 49457
WBLV-FM and WBLU-FM
This report covers the period between June 1, 2011 and May
Lake Public Radio had no
open positions during the above period.
No jobs were posted
II. Recruitment Initiatives Undertaken during
the above time period:
When a job opening occurs, we post the position with the one
or more of the following agencies depending on the job description. In some instances, if necessary, we may
contact them by phone or email in addition to written correspondence. This is in addition to listing the position
in our local newspapers’ want ads and the Michigan Works Job Bank.
The Corporation for Public Broadcasting
401 - 9th
221 South Quarterline Road
Muskegon, MI 49442
Allendale, MI 49401
745 Eastern Ave SE
1201 S State St
Big Rapids MI 49307
Holland MI 49442
3201 Burton St SE
Grand Rapids MI 49546
1607 Robinson Rd SE
Grand Rapids MI 49506
School of Broadcast Arts
19900 W. 9 Mile Rd.
Current1612 K St., N.W., Suite 704
All job postings include a statement that Blue Lake Fine
Arts Camp is an equal opportunity employer.
A notice is posted in the administration building as well as on the
employee bulletin board in the radio station stating that discrimination is
prohibited by Michigan Law.
Job openings occur infrequently – the last opening we had
was in 2005. When a job opening occurs,
we routinely go to the FCC website for guidance.
Blue Lake Representatives attend three events each year
which include job recruitment components: the Midwest Clinic in Chicago each December; the Michigan Music Conference in Grand Rapids, which is
held in January; and the Ohio Music Education Conference, which takes place in
WBLV has, since 1996, had an ongoing internship program with
Reeths Puffer High School
and since 2005 with Mona
2010, Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp instituted a class for summer students
interested in learning about radio broadcasting. There are four sessions of 2 weeks each. Each 2-week session has a maximum enrollment
of 28 students. The organization also
has a Continuing Education program for its employees, which provides for
partial tuition reimbursement for coursework related to an employee’s job.
Lake Fine Arts Camp has a
policy of reviewing salary levels annually in conjunction with developing the
budget. When raises are given, the
organization generally provides for across-the-board raises based on a percent
of employee’s current salary. When job
openings occur, all employees are made aware of the openings and are given the
opportunity to apply. There have been no
promotions within the station in the past year.
If you would like to have your group or organization receive
job postings, please contact Blue Lake Public Radio at 231-894-2616.
Documents relating to our EEO efforts are available in our
Public Inspection Files located at 300
East Crystal Lake Rd, Twin Lake, MI 49457