CKUT 90.3FM Annual General Meeting
Thursday November 29th 7pm-10pm
Brown Student Services, 3600 McTavish room 5001
CKUT’s Annual General Meeting is fast approaching. We will convene to make any decisions relating to member motions, elect steering, board, and programming committee members, and learn about fun that has taken place in during the past year at CKUT!
CKUT’s various committees assemble to discuss and debate everything from the meaning of “alternative” media to who will fix the downstairs toilet. Participating on a CKUT committee can be sometimes fascinating, sometimes excruciating and often challenging. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested or would like more info.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
The Board of Directors follows the directives of the membership, reads the fine print, approves the annual budget, engages in community outreach, and keeps CKUT’s eye on the bigger picture. The CKUT Board of Directors includes members who are McGill undergraduate and post-graduate students, McGill faculty and staff members, CKUT volunteers, staff, and residents of the general Montreal area.
The CKUT Board of Directors is composed of at 9 – 13 Directors, who are elected at the Annual General Meeting in accordance with the By-Laws and the CKUT Election Policy.
The Steering Committee is CKUT’s executive body, meeting weekly to discuss the administrative affairs of the station, short and long term planning, station events, etc. The committee is composed of staff and volunteer representatives, but community members and station volunteers are welcome to attend meetings.
Meetings are held every Monday from 12-2pm at the station. In addition to meetings, volunteer reps should devote at least one additional hour per week to review documents and email in preparation for the meetings. Total time commitment: 7-10 hours a month.
CKUT is actively seeking nominations for the following four volunteer positions:
- McGill Student Rep
- Arts & Culture Rep
- News Rep
- Music Rep
Are you Eligible for the McGill Work Study Program?
CKUT is looking for a Volunteer Coordinator for the winter 2019 semester.
15 hours per week for 16
weeks - $14,00/hour DEADLINE THURS. NOV 15TH 5PM. email CV & Cover letter to email@example.com
Every year over a hundred of new student and members want to participate as volunteers at CKUT. The Volunteer Coordinator will assist in the intake and training of new volunteers at the station. They will work closely with the other CKUT Department Coordinators to give tours of the station, handle logistics for training sessions, process data and communicate information to new volunteers.
Coordinate the volunteer intake process
Schedule and help lead information sessions to new volunteers
Enter new volunteers into our membership database.
Plan volunteer training sessions by booking workshop leaders, reserving studios, coordinating food, etc.
Help new volunteers integrate into the various station departments.
*Send out monthly volunteer newsletter.
* Strong interpersonal skills and a friendly, welcoming attitude.
* Enjoys working with diversity of people.
* Great communication skills (written and spoken.)
* Highly organized and detail-oriented.
* Independent and self-motivated. Familiarity with excel spreadsheet.
* Previous workshop facilitation experience.
* Familiarity with Radio CKUT or alternative media
CKUT will be broadcasting live from the Evangel Pentecostal Church for a live gospel performance from The Fitz-Patrick Sisters Saturday night Oct 20th from 7pm till 10pm.
Hosted by Mind Soul & Spirit. Don’t miss this special live event .
Over the past 2 years, these talented sisters (Ariel & Elasah) have garnered enormous attention, opening for Jamaica legend Papa San (Kingston), New York recording artist Jackson Chery & Bridging The Gap and Grammy-award winner Tasha Cobbs (ATL). The Fitz-Patrick Sisters have also performed for Canada Day Celebrations in Toronto, ON and Jamaica Day / Carifiesta celebrations at Parc Jean Drapeau in Montreal.
Their recent popularity as artists continues to trend in the right direction, crossing over into social media. Recently, The Fitz-Patrick Sisters were invited by to attend the YouTube Pop-Up Conference in Montreal, as one of the city’s most popular YouTube Channels.
To close out 2017, The Fitz-Patrick Sisters posted an acoustic, Inspirational Medley video on Facebook that garnered over 40,000 views in 7 days. The Fitz-Patrick Sisters were also featured as the sole Montreal artist at The Glass Awards in Toronto, which broadcasted on Yes TV and Global TV.
The much anticipated concert will also feature Montreal’s internationally known recording artist, Jean Jean, who’s released 3 albums on all digital music platforms, earning critical acclaim and 2 Glass Awards. The night will also include the exciting youth ensemble known as New I.D. from Ottawa & Montreal.
The Morning Detour The Friday Edition of The Morning After
Every Friday, from 7:00-9:00am, with their vibrant energy and sanguine personalities, the hosts of The Morning Detour (Wizzy Moonchaser, Lord Pharaoh & Kay) are on a mission to keep you current with the urban culture. From the discussion of current issues, news, community events, initiatives within the black community etc. to a sprinkle of the latest rap, R&B and trap music (brought to you by their resident DJ RG Music), this is a morning show that will leave you uplifted, excited to be a Montrealer and charged up for the day. Montreal, tune-in to The Morning Detour, because this is a “detour” that you’re actually going to enjoy taking…