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Volunteer position: Queen’s staff or faculty member-at-large, CFRC Radio

CFRC Radio is looking for a Queen’s staff or faculty member to sit on its board of directors. This volunteer position involves a time commitment of three to six hours per month. Board meetings are monthly, and usually weekday evenings. Board members are also asked to be involved in one or more of the following committees: finance and fundraising, marketing and outreach, grievance, human resources, and policy. A background in radio broadcasting is not required. To apply, please send a statement of interest to board@cfrc.ca by Friday, July 27 at 5 pm.

CFRC Radio is Canada's longest running campus-community radio station, broadcasting from Queen’s University campus since 1922. CFRC's programming is volunteer-created and supported, comprising a broad spectrum of musical and spoken-word shows. CFRC's mandate is to provide innovative and alternative radio programming that enriches and challenges the academic and cultural life of the Queen's University and Kingston communities, and to provide members with the opportunity to participate and gain skills and experience in the collective operation of a radio station whose programming and practices are not constrained by demands for profit. The board has representation from Queen's staff/faculty, AMS and SGPS, radio volunteers, and the Kingston community.