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Job Description 

The Miller Fellows will work with Eichelberger Center for Community Voices senior producer Basim Blunt on a variety of storytelling projects including, but not limited to, Dayton Youth Radio. 

Additional station duties can be, but are not limited to, recording in-studio guests and editing audio stories plus assisting with administrative tasks related to events, fundraising, membership growth, data entry and business planning. 

Digital audio editing skills are wonderful but not required (we’ll teach you on the job!). 

WYSO Miller Fellows, after a period of training, can be assigned a wide variety of tasks including, but not limited to: 

• Editing and recording audio spots for use on WYSO 

• Reporting stories for WYSO’s various projects and programs, both on-air and online 

• Assisting with fundraising activities 

• Recording oral history interviews with Antioch College alumni 

• Working with music hosts on program production 

• Assist Community Voices instructors in the virtual or in-person* classroom 

• Help teach audio editing or other technical skills, as needed 

• Give tours of WYSO to guests* 

• Attend WYSO community outreach/engagement events and assist staff* 

• Assist WYSO news staff in the field and in the studio* 

*Depending on the availability of safe in-person opportunities in 2021 

About WYSO: 

WYSO is the Greater Dayton area’s only NPR News station, and we carry their flagship programs, including Morning Edition and All Things Considered. Our own news department delivers local and state news plus public affairs programming and news specials. In addition to NPR, we carry programming from American Public Media and PRX. 

We have thirteen different local music programs, hosted by knowledgeable and dedicated music lovers, most of them volunteers who present hand-selected music from songwriters and bands that reach across generations. 

WYSO began broadcasting in 1958, with 19 watts of powers, as a student-run station on the Antioch College campus, on the air for only 4 hours each day. Today, WYSO belongs to the community, with oversight from a seven-member board of directors comprised of community leaders. We broadcast 24/7 with 50,000 watts of power, reaching fourteen counties in southwest Ohio with a potential audience of nearly two million. 

Basim Blunt
Senior Media Producer and Instructor, Dayton Youth Radio Project Coordinator
Phone: 937-769-1331

Miller Fellowships are offered to the following individuals:


      • A full-time, degree-seeking student in good standing at a Greene County college or university with a preference towards an Antioch College student
      • A high school student who is a resident of Yellow Springs/Miami Township or an attendee at Yellow Springs High School; high school Miller Fellows must be 16 years old or older.
      • A resident of Yellow Springs/Miami Township under the age of 25 in a gap year before or during college or home for a vacation period
      • Students must have completed the YSCF’s Nonprofit Leadership Institute (NLI) or apply and complete the next available NLI during their employment.
      • The identified Miller Fellow can be a current employee of the nonprofit if they meet the requirements above.

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