Amateur radio, also known as ham radio, is the use of radio frequencies for worldwide emergency and satellite communication, and more. Hams are active in almost every country and have been around for over 100 years. If you become licensed as a ham radio operator, you can talk to people “on the air” all over the world!
Meet a few local operators and try out their radios. They’re all different and some are even state-of-the-art. We think you’ll be excited about this vintage hobby. Over and out.
Important Attendance Policy:
Out of respect to our volunteers, please be sure you can attend the programs you sign up for. Confirmation calls or text messages are made 48-72 hours prior to every program. If you do not respond to our confirmation call within 24 hours of the program, a student on the waiting list will fill your spot. If a student is a "no show" for 2 or more programs, they will be automatically placed on the waiting list for other programs they have signed up for during that semester. 48 hours notice is required for all cancellations.