Section Youth Coordinator Description


·         Recommendation of ARRL Section Manager

·         Member of ARRL in good standing

·         Licensed amateur radio operator for at least two years, and hold a General class license or higher

·         The appointee should be a youth or an adult who works with youth on a regular basis



 ·         Maintain a current assessment of active youth amateur radio operators in the section, including those involved within clubs, Scouting and other youth organizations, and schools 

·         Promote youth-related on-air activities including ARRL Kid’s Day, Jamboree on the Air (JOTA), Field Day, and School Club Roundup

·         Provide youth related ideas and resources to amateur radio clubs and individuals within the section

·         Collaborate with the Affiliated Club Coordinator to assess youth activity with ARRL affiliated clubs; provide resources and ideas as needed; encourage youth-related program and activities within clubs

·         Collaborate with other Section Youth Coordinators in other ARRL sections to exchange new ideas

Recruitment of new hams and ARRL members is an integral part of the job of every ARRL appointee. Appointees should take advantage of every opportunity to recruit a new ham or member to foster growth of Field Organization programs, and our abilities to serve the public.