Funding Drive 12

  It's almost here! CFRC's 12th annual Funding Drive is set for March 3-12, 2017! It will be ten days of special events, amazing radio, and a chance to show your support for your favourite campus/community radio station. Donations will be accepted online and by phone. Please help CFRC continue to provide free radio training to members of the Queen's and Kingston community, while broadcasting quality music, spoken word, and sports programming. Watch this space for more updates on Funding Drive events, and more!

Holiday Program Changes

Happy Holidays from CFRC! As you are likely aware, all of our programming is volunteer curated/generated. With many of our volunteers heading home for the holidays for the next couple of weeks, that means some changes to our regularly scheduled programming. If you were tuning in hoping to hear some punk rock, you just might be greeted by the sounds of country music. If biting political commentary is your thing, you might be treated to some Christmas Blues music. We have given license to our programmers who are still in town to put their own spin on some of your favourite programs. Don't fret though, our new, winter schedule, with all of the programming that you know and love, plus some new favourites, will be launching January 9 (2017!) with your Indie Wake Up Call.Until then, enjoy the sounds of the holidays!

We're Hiring: Funding Drive Coordinator

CFRC is recruiting a Funding Drive Coordinator to support our 12th annual Funding Drive, taking place March 3-12, 2017. This position runs from January 16 to March 17, 2017.   The position will run for six weeks at 12 hours a week, and then two more weeks over the funding drive, when the coordinator will work 20 hours a week. We will offer $1350 for the 8 weeks, plus an extra $150 for a post-funding drive report and transition document for next year. Qualifications for this position include: -strong oral and written communication skills -self-motivation and an ability to work as part of a team -demonstrated social media skills (experience with promoting campaigns through Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram) -experience with community radio, audio production, sales and marketing, community outreach initiatives and/or fundraising for non-profit organizations  To apply, please email a cover letter and resume to station@cfrc.ca by Sunday, January 8, at 4:00 pm.