(CARMEL) – Hoosiers interested in a career in broadcasting have a unique opportunity to meet with Indiana TV and Radio stations.
The Indiana Broadcasters Association (IBA) is hosting its Career Fair on February 25th and February 26th via Zoom. More than 90 stations will be represented with more than 70 jobs and internship opportunities currently available.
Those interested, can schedule interviews and see a full list of participating stations and jobs here: https://www.indianabroadcasters.org/careers/career-fairs/
Each introductory interview will be 10-minutes and will allow stations and job seekers to meet one-on-one, virtually.
“It’s an opportunity to get your foot in the door and hopefully it leads to bigger things,” said Skylar Sigman of Iron Horse Broadcasting who secured a job while interviewing at a previous IBA Career Fair. “You never know who is going to be your employer, so bring your A-game.”
Prior to the fair, the IBA is hosting a special session on February 10th at 4 p.m. with Laurie Kahn of Media Staffing Network who will share advice on improving your resume and interview skills so job seekers will feel more confident going into their interviews.
Registration is required here: https://www.indianabroadcasters.org/news-events/laurie-kahn-breaking-into-broadcasting-february-10-2021/
Those who attend Laurie’s session and interview with at least one station will be eligible to win:
- $1,000 Visa Gift Card
- One-on-One Resume Building Session with Laurie Kahn
Interviews for the career fair are scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis and there is limited availability.
About the Indiana Broadcasters Association
The Indiana Broadcasters Association is comprised of nearly 300 member radio and television broadcasters, united to serve their audiences throughout the Hoosier state. The IBA helps member stations with professional training, offers FCC inspection programs, coordinates scholarships to college students, hosts career fairs throughout the state for members to recruit new employees, and represents the broadcasting industry before the Indiana General Assembly and to Washington, D.C. policymakers.