The Future of Amateur Radio
ARRL encourages young people to explore the wide range of experiences and activities available to them through amateur radio. Here are some examples:
Emergency Antenna Platform System (E-APS)
A fusion of robotics, amateur radio, and emergency service the Emergency Antenna Platform System (E-APS) is a tool for amateur radio operators (ARES, RACES) as well as First Responder organizations to turn any parking lot lamp post into and instant antenna tower.
Amateur Radio Newsline's "Young Ham of the Year"
Dhruv Rebba, KC9ZJX, of Normal IL, is 2019 Newsline Young Ham of the Year: Read more
Bryant Rascoll KG5HVO, of Montgomery, AL, is the 2018 Newsline Young Ham of the Year: Read more
Here is a list of previous recipients of this award: Read more
Learn more about winner of the QST Cover Plaque Award in 2013, 16-year-old Padraig Lysandrou, KC9UUS: Read more
Read the May 2013 QST article that won KC9UUS the Cover Plaque Award:
"A Crazy Idea: Dxpedition to Cyprus"
Check out these resources provided by the ARRL to help you explore what you can do on the air as a young amateur radio operator.
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Students can explore radio science and learn about wireless technologies right in the classroom. Learn More
School Club Roundup (SCR) fosters contacts with and among school radio clubs. Does your school... Learn More
Twice a year, ARRL offers an event designed to promote Amateur Radio to our youth. Learn More
Amateur Radio and Scouting enjoy a longstanding and creative partnership. Learn More
Get some great ideas and resources for adults and youth leaders. Learn More
Some great ideas to create a fun-filled space for youth at your next hamfest! Learn More
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