Amateurs often look to the ARRL for assistance and resources to help them present information to their local city, county or neighborhood associations that are attempting to hamper their radio activities. One valuable but neglected asset of the ARRL has … Continue reading
What happens when you have 24 hours, 18 operators and boundless teenage energy? You sail into the winners circle in the October ARRL School Roundup Contest. Mentored by Paul Goulet KC5CYY and Eisenhower Middle School Teacher, Clifton Harper KE5YZB and … Continue reading
ARRL Atlantic Division Director Bill Edgar, N3LLR, has been extremely proactive in the promotion of Amateur Radio education in his division by incorporating internet webinars for everyone’s benefit – at zero cost to the ARRL or to his Division. Topics … Continue reading
The ARRL Foundation is now receiving scholarship applications for the 2012 scholarship season. Each year the ARRL Foundation awards more than 70 scholarships that are funded entirely by the generosity of radio amateurs and friends to young hams that are … Continue reading
In 2000, ARRL developed an education outreach project to introduce teachers to Amateur Radio as an instructional resource and to provide an educationally sound curriculum focused on wireless communications. The goal is to offer the resources to build a foundation … Continue reading
When you volunteer with ARRL, you help: educate the public about the Amateur Radio Service, welcome newcomers into ham radio, encourage self-training and skill advancement and bolster a nationwide emergency communications network. Learn more by visiting http://www.arrl.org/volunteer-opportunities.