KMEL 106.1, a radio station in the San Francisco Bay Area, is offering its job-hunting listeners an opportunity to “use this airtime to promote YOU if you’re currently seeking employment”.
KMEL has partnered with Peninsula Works (a one-stop career center in San Francisco) to give job-seekers in the radio station’s listening area the chance to get their skills and experience in front of potential employers.
To get your resume on air you must complete a brief entry form explaining why you want your resume on air (350 words or less). If you are selected as one of the winners, radio personality Chuy Gomez will talk about your resume on air and your hardcopy resume will be available to view and download on the radio station’s website.
Thus far, the resumes of about 350 brave job-seeking souls are available on the station’s website.
Are you ready to go public with your job search? Are you ready for radio resumes? Why? Why not?