Entercom Job Openings

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Entercom Wilkes-Barre/Scranton is a premier leader of radio broadcasting for the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton area.

 Our stations include:

WKRZ-FM 98.5 and 107.9             WGGY-FM 101.3                     WMQX-102.3

 Contemporary Hits Radio                     Country                           Hits of the 80’s & More 

  WILK-AM/FM 910,980, 1300 ,103.1

  News – Sports – Talk      

 

POSITIONS OPENINGS:

Week of June 25th ,2018

 

Account Manager

Entercom Wilkes-Barre/Scranton, has current openings for experienced MEDIA SALES REPS,  with market leaders, WKRZ, FROGGY 101, WILK and Max102. The best candidates are self-motivated, creative, pro-active problem solvers, detail-oriented and thrive in a fast paced environment.  Entercom Wilkes-Barre/Scranton utilizes the latest tools and technology and offers a comprehensive training program.

Duties include,  soliciting new business, preparing appropriate sales presentations, DAILY USE OF SALES FORCE,  thoroughly analyzing customer needs and providing customers with creative ideas while utilizing all of our assets to address their challenges and achieve their goals. You must be highly motivated, persuasive and have strong oral and written communication skills.

If you are of high energy, ENTHUSIASTIC,, motivated, persuasive and have the ability to build value and relationships, and also enjoy meeting and working with people, we want to talk to you.

 

Apply online at entercom.com
Entercom Wilkes-Barre/Scranton is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

Internships

Entercom Wilkes-Barre/Scranton offers an opportunity for students to apply classroom theory to practical experience. Our internship program allows students to experience firsthand the reality of working in the radio broadcasting industry. Interns can test their creative talent, exercise their analytical skills and increase their understanding of broadcasting operations and trends. Internships are available year-round, and are 12-15 hours per week, with specific days and times agreed upon in advance. All interns must be enrolled in a college or university and receiving college credit. Students are expected to obtain and complete any forms necessary to receive credit for the internship experience. Entercom Wilkes-Barre/Scranton will assist students with the completion of such forms and provide information concerning duties and responsibilities.

Internships are available for WKRZ, WGGY, WILK, & WMQX in the following departments: Promotions, Programming, Production, Digital (Web), Sales, IT, Engineering & Business Office.
INTERNS ARE NON-PAID POSITIONS.

Apply online at entercom.com.

Entercom Wilkes-Barre Scranton is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Midday Talk Host/APD

WILK Newsradio-Northeast Pa’s #1 Newstalk Station-  Entercom Wilkes Barre/Scranton,  is looking for a passionate and enthusiastic midday newstalk host who is familiar with the Northeast Pa. region and the issues that affect our community.  You must have broadcast experience and be able  to discuss breaking news stories, as well as identify the compelling topics each weekday that will engage listeners. This is a multi-media position, where you will incorporate an on-air radio program with social media, video, web and audio elements. Talk host will also assist station program director with imaging, promotions, satellite and syndicated program scheduling, and station events.

Qualifications:

  •  A passionate, opinionated broadcast experienced professional
  • Ability to engage in intelligent debate with callers and guests on local, state and national topics.
  • Enthusiastic team-player
  • Excellent storyteller
  • Social media experience
  • Knowledge of local history
  • Extensive knowledge on a variety of topics, including news, politics,  lifestyle and general sports
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment
  • Programming experience a plus
  • Audio editing experience necessary

Entercom is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Misericordia University to host art exhibit, car cruise and children’s movie celebrating the history of Route 66

DALLAS TWP., Pa. – Guests will be able to take a geographical and historical tour down of one of the world’s most iconic highways when Misericordia University hosts, “America’s Road: The Journey of Route 66,” from June 16 to Aug. 12 in the Pauly Friedman Art Gallery. Organized by NRG! Exhibits, “America’s Road” shares the history of and fascination with the 2,448-mile thoroughfare that cuts a path through eight states. Each year thousands of people from around the world drive all or portions of the road – fondly referred to as “Main Street of America.”

The opening reception on Saturday, June 16 from 5-7 p.m. is free to the public. It will feature live music and light refreshments.

On Saturday, July 7, the Friedman Art Gallery is collaborating with the Northeast Pennsylvania Region Antique Automobile Club of America to host a Car Cruise on campus from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., with a rain date of Sunday, July 8. Donations received that day will benefit the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Northeastern Pennsylvania. The event is free to spectators and exhibitors.

A special event for children on Wednesday, July 18, from 5-8 p.m., features a showing of the popular Disney-Pixar movie, “Cars III.” Co-programmed with Chick-Fil-A Express at Misericordia University operated by Metz Culinary Management, families can visit the “America’s Road” exhibit, where children will receive an art car kit and goody bag. They can purchase dinner at Chick-Fil-A in the Banks Student Life Center and go to John and Mary Metz Dining Hall to work on their art cars and watch the hit movie. Prizes will be awarded at the end of the evening.

The “America’s Road” exhibit features photographs, narratives, music, and objects from Route 66’s heyday, showcasing its role in American history as told through stories of people, places and events from 1926 until today. Themes include the evolution of automobile travel, innovations and changes in communities and populations as people used the route to migrate west, and personal observations as told through the accounts of travelers.

The exhibit also features a photo essay by photographer and author, Russell Olsen, who researched and photographed 75 classic Route 66 service stations, motor courts and cafes. The sites and structures are shown as they appeared during the mid-20th century and as they appear today, offering a unique, state-by-state look back at Main Street America.

Visitors also will have the opportunity to participate in interactive portions of the exhibit, such as the “Populations Change Over Time” map, drive-in theater experience, and “Guess the Artist” radio show.

“This exhibition celebrates the family road trip – the silly games we play, the songs we sing, the landmarks and road signs we call out to each other to pass the time,” said Lalaine Little, director, Pauly Friedman Art Gallery at Misericordia University. “Here in Luzerne County, as we drive up and down 309 or 81 or highway 6, we have our own landmarks and attractions.

“After visiting this exhibit, we hope families will create similar nostalgic connections to our own hometown as they have to locations across Route 66. The seasoned road travelers who will exhibit at our Car Cruise on July 7 are ready to share their stories with visitors,’’ Little added. “The families that join us on July 18 will have their own opportunity to create an art car to show off during our inaugural Kids’ Movie Night.”

Established on Nov. 11, 1926, U.S. Route 66 is one of the original highways within the U.S. Highway System, running from Chicago, Illinois, through Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico and Arizona, before ending in Santa Monica, California. It was not completely paved until 1938. After portions of the two-lane road were expanded to four lanes and taken over as part of the Interstate Highway System, it was removed from the U.S. Highway System in 1985. Several states have adopted significant sections and created the state road network known as State Route 66. Parts also have been designated a National Scenic Byway.

The Pauly Friedman Art Gallery is closed on Mondays and for all university holidays. Gallery hours are Tuesday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday 1 to 5 p.m. For more information, please log on to www.misericordia.edu/art or contact Lalaine Little, gallery director, at (570) 674-6250. For updates, follow the gallery on Facebook at @PaulyFriedmanArtGallery, and on Instagram at @MisericordiArt.

For more information about Misericordia University, please call (570) 674-6400 or visit www.misericordia.edu. Founded by the Sisters of Mercy in 1924, Misericordia University is Luzerne County’s first four-year college and offers 56 academic programs on the graduate and undergraduate levels in full- and part-time formats. Misericordia University ranks in the top tier of the Best Regional Universities – North category of U.S. News and World Report’s 2018 edition of Best Colleges. The Princeton Review recognizes MU as a 2018 Best Northeastern College and MONEY Magazine includes Misericordia in its 2017-18 “Best Colleges” list.

This picture of a portion of the 2,448-mile Route 66 will be among the artifacts on display as a part of the ‘America’s Road: The Journey of Route 66,’ exhibit from June 16 to Aug. 12 in the Pauly Friedman Art Gallery at Misericordia University, Dallas, Pa.

 

This view of  ‘America’s Road: The Journey of Route 66’ exhibition in Temple, Texas, in 2014 will be similar to what guests will see when Misericordia University hosts the geographical and historical exhibit at the Pauly Friedman Art Gallery from June 16 to Aug. 12.

 

Organized by NRG! Exhibits, ‘America’s Road: The Journey of Route 66,’ will be on display from June 16 to Aug. 12 in the Pauly Friedman Art Gallery at Misericordia University.

 

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Folds of Honor Event Planned

Hawley, PA – Since its original opening in 1958, Woodloch Pines, an award-winning, all-inclusive family resort located in Pennsylvania’s Pocono Mountains, has always remained committed to honoring those who serve and defend this country’s freedom, many of whom have been and continue to be loyal guests. Hence, it was a natural fit when the Pocono resort’s championship golf course, Woodloch Springs, teamed up with Folds of Honor five years ago to host an annual golf tournament. The nonprofit organization provides educational scholarships to families of military men and women who have fallen or been disabled while on active duty in the United States Armed Forces. Since its inception, Folds of Honor has awarded nearly 16,000 educational scholarships to military families.

On Monday, July 9th, Woodloch Springs will host the fifth annual Folds of Honor Golf Classic. The tournament kicks off with a shotgun start at 11:30 AM, and the $145 cost per golfer includes: golf fees, cocktail hour, dinner featuring a military keynote speaker and a special memorial gift. To date, the Folds of Honor Golf Classic has raised over $60,000 to support families in Northeastern Pennsylvania.

In addition to this year’s annual golf tournament, the family resort is excited to announce that it will host its first-ever Folds of Honor Weekend from November 2-4, 2018 to further support the foundation and its efforts with a portion of Woodloch’s revenue being donated. During Folds of Honor Weekend, guests can look forward to:


In addition to the activities mentioned above, on the evening of Sunday, November 4th, Woodloch will host its “A Night of Heroes” event to further benefit Folds of Honor. The cocktail party will feature a special Folds of Honor guest speaker, and guests can enjoy tasting stations, a cash bar and silent auction and raffle.

“Our goal is to provide scholarship opportunities for the children and spouses of our local heroes. Supporting this event helps to ensure that their legacy lives on. May we never forget that freedom isn’t free! We hugely appreciate the support of everyone involved in this tournament as they continue to honor all who have given the ultimate sacrifice in our community,” remarked John Pillar, PGA, Director of Golf at Woodloch Springs.

To obtain more information about Folds of Honor Weekend, please visit www.woodloch.com. To learn more about The Folds of Honor Foundation, visit www.FoldsofHonor.org.

 

About Woodloch Resort:

Creating a magical experience for families since 1958, Woodloch Pines Resort’s signature warm hospitality keeps guests returning year after year and offers a truly unique all-inclusive family vacation experience fitting for everyone’s taste. An award-winning family resort, championship golf course and sister property featuring a luxury destination spa are just 95 scenic and convenient miles from New York City nestled in the Pocono Mountains Lake Region.

 

About Folds of Honor:

Folds of Honor is a 501(C)(3) nonprofit organization that provides educational scholarships to families of military men and women who have fallen or been disabled while on active duty in the United States armed forces. Our educational scholarships support private education tuition and tutoring for children in grades K-12, as well as higher education tuition assistance for spouses and dependents. Founded in 2007 by Major Dan Rooney, an F-16 fighter pilot in the Oklahoma Air National Guard who served three tours of duty in Iraq, Folds of Honor is proud to have awarded more than 10,000 scholarships in all 50 states, as well as Guam, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, including more than 2,500 in 2015 alone. For more information or to donate in support of a Folds of Honor scholarship, visit www.foldsofhonor.org.

Greater Scranton YMCA to Showcase Renovations

 

 

 

 

The Greater Scranton YMCA is holding on Tuesday, June 19th, 2018 a celebration to highlight the renovation projects completed as part of phase one of the Y’s three phase capital campaign. The celebration will feature guided tours, refreshments and giveaways. The Y is inviting media to tour the renovated spaces from noon to 1:00 p.m.

The recently completed projects include: Spin studio expansion, the creation of a family locker room, the merging of two classrooms to create a large multi-purpose space, the creation of physical rehabilitation space and the addition of storage located outside the Y’s gymnasiums. The cost for the work totaled $1.6 million and was funded through grants, personal donations and a loan. Beginning in August, the Y will begin renovations to its two pools. Photos of the renovated spaces are below.

“The Greater Scranton YMCA board of directors and staff would like to thank our members and guests for their patience over the past five months,” said Trish Fisher, President & CEO, Greater Scranton YMCA. “Although it was a disruption, the results are amazing! We are now able to provide expanded services to the community, including our chronic disease prevention programs, youth programming, and much, much more.”

The Greater Scranton YMCA has been serving this community since 1858. It was founded by leaders of the community to ensure that everyone has the opportunity to become healthier, more confident, connected and secure. The Y is for everyone. Our programs, services and initiatives strive to enable kids to realize their potential; offer ways for families to have fun together; empower people to be healthier in spirit, mind and body; welcome and embrace newcomers; and help foster service to all people. In its most recently completed fiscal year, the Greater Scranton YMCA awarded more than $366,000 in financial assistance to children, adults and families in need. Currently, the Greater Scranton YMCA serves 8,226 members.

 

About the Y

The Y is one of the nation’s leading nonprofits strengthening communities through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. Across the U.S., 2,700 Ys engage 22 million men, women and children – regardless of age, income or background – to nurture the potential of children and teens, improve the nation’s health and well-being, and provide opportunities to give back and support neighbors. Anchored in more than 10,000 communities, the Y has the long-standing relationships and physical presence not just to promise, but to deliver, lasting personal and social change. www.greaterscrantonymca.org

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Misericordia University Summer Events

Misericordia University

June 16 ­– August 12

Misericordia University presents “America’s Road: The Journey of Route 66,” an exhibition that offers a historical tour of America’s most iconic highway in the Pauly Friedman Art Gallery. Organized by NRG! Exhibits, the exhibition features photographs, narrative, music, and objects from the Route 66 heyday, showcasing the 2,448-mile thoroughfare’s role in American history. A free opening reception on Saturday, June 16 from 5-7 p.m. will feature live music and light refreshments. Art Gallery hours are Tuesday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday 1 to 5 p.m. The Pauly Friedman Gallery is closed on Mondays and for all university holidays (including July 4). Info: www.misericordia.edu/art or contact Lalaine Little, gallery director, at (570) 674-6250.

 

July 7

Antique Car Cruise­ – The Pauly Friedman Art Gallery at Misericordia University partners with the Northeast Pennsylvania Region Antique Automobile Club of America to host a Car Cruise on campus in collaboration with the exhibition, “America’s Road: The Journey of Route 66,” on display from June 16-August 12. The car cruise will be held 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., with a rain date of July 8. Donations received that day will benefit the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Northeastern Pennsylvania. Free to spectators and exhibitors. For information, please go to www.misericordia.edu/art, or call (570) 674-6250.

 

July 18

“Kids Theater: Route 66 and Cars III” – Co-programmed with Chick-Fil-A Misericordia, families are invited to visit the “America’s Road: The Journey of Route 66,” exhibit at the Pauly Friedman Art Gallery, where the children will be given an art car kit and a goody bag. They can purchase dinner at Chick-Fil-A in the Banks Student Life Center and go to the Metz Dining Hall to work on their art cars and watch the Disney-Pixar film, “Cars III.” Prizes will be awarded at the end of the evening. For information, go to www.misericordia.edu/art or call (570) 674-6250.

 

 

Keystone Community Resources Hosts Celebration of Choice Event

Pictured left: Shaun Pasternak, Director of Customer Service and Planning, Process Technologies and Packaging, LLC and Krissy Dougherty, R & D Lab Director, Process Technologies & Packaging; Loretta Dragon, Oak Leaf Therapeutic Horsemanship Center, Owner; Kavina Oakley, Manager of Endless Mountains Events; Stephanie Chunca, KCR Senior Coordinator of Community Employment Services and Laura Brown-Yadlosky, President and CEO

 

Pictured Left: Jeremy Yale, Administrator of Lackawanna- Susquehanna Counties BH/ID/EI Programs and Laura Brown-Yadlosky, President and CEO

Clarks Summit, Pa, Keystone Community Resources, (KCR) recently held a Celebration of Choice Award dinner at Constantino’s Catering & Events in Clarks Summit.  Jeremy Yale was the Keynote speaker at the ceremony.  Jeremy is a former employee of Keystone Community Resources and a very strong advocate for Human Services in his role as Administrator of Lackawanna- Susquehanna Counties. KCR appreciates and respects his dedication and support to individuals with autism and developmental disabilities. KCR honored KCR Vocational Program Participants with 5 year increments up to 25 years of service and Achievement Awards for Individuals with development disabilities who learned a new skill or went out into the workforce with KCR Small Group Employment Program.  KCR Employees celebrating 5 year increments up to 25 years of Service to individuals with intellectual disabilities and autism were honored as well.

KCR honored five local businesses for their partnership and commitment to KCR Employment Programs.  These businesses support KCR’s mission, by providing KCR Clients with autism and developmental disabilities diverse opportunities to work in vocational programs, businesses and in the local community, allowing them to lead fulfilling lives.  KCR has been partnering with businesses to assist with staffing needs for over 20 years. The business honored this year were Chocolates by Leopold, Process Technologies & Packaging, Oak Leaf Therapeutic Horsemanship Center, Jacobson Hat Co., Inc. and Endless Mountain Events. KCR provides qualified employees with disabilities in a variety of positions, Supported Employment, Small Group Employment and Job Coaching.

 

Keystone Community Resources Mission Statement
Our mission is to provide people with developmental disabilities diverse opportunities to lead fulfilling lives. Keystone Community Resources it is a company that provides community based services for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. It has 60 group homes; seven day programs; a bakery, Keystone Konfections, in Tunkhannock; a coffee business, Keystone Koffee, in Wilkes-Barre and Artworks Gallery in Scranton. These locations are working vocational businesses that allow people with disabilities to learn life and work skills, with the proceeds circling back to benefit them.