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Listen to CJAM at 99.1 FM, stream us live from our website or access our monthly archives on-line. It’s the best way to learn what we’re all about and what our schedule already offers – this way, if you develop an interest in programming you’ll be able to propose something that adds to the diversity of shows in our current lineup.

Become familiar with our station mandate; CJAM is part of a national network of campus and community radio stations whose mission is to provide an alternative to mainstream/commercial interests and the CBC.

CJAM is redefining radio in Windsor-Detroit.  We are looking for are individuals who are open-minded, have a willingness to try things and meet new people, possess a passion for radio, and desire further engagement with the community.

What will you get out of being a CJAM Volunteer?

  • Learn the art of radio broadcasting for FREE!
  • Gain access to our extensive music library, containing over 45,000 CDs and 10,000 vinyl’s (borrowing privileges included).
  • Free concert tickets and access to music before major release dates.
  • Enrollment in skill-expansion workshops to further develop your broadcasting chops.
  • Exclusive admission to a number of volunteer appreciation events, including our annual Jammy Awards ceremony.
  • Support of your programming/radio goals; we’ll even give you the tools needed to compile your own demo-reel if you’re looking for employment in the radio-broadcasting industry.
  • Volunteer experience that will look great on any resume, with references upon request.
  • Networking with people from a variety of backgrounds and forging deep ties to the Windsor-Detroit community.

Think you’ve got what it takes?

Want to become part of a station with a rich history and an exiting future? Join the CJAM family today and start making friendships that will last a lifetime.

Orientation takes place  at CJAM’s headquarters, located in the basement of the CAW Student Center (around the corner from the pharmacy) and lasts approximately 45 minutes. We’ll delve into the station’s fascinating history, take you on a magical tour of our facilities and introduce you to our friendly staff and some of our volunteers. For the date and time of the next orientation session, please contact our Volunteer Coordinator, Brady Holek.