The ARRL Foundation Scholarship program is now accepting applications from eligible applicants. The deadline to submit applications is January 31, 2018. More information is on the ARRL Foundation Scholarship Program page.
All applicants must be FCC-licensed radio amateurs, and many scholarships have other specific requirements, such as intended area of study, ARRL Division, Section or state, and license class. Applicants should review the scholarships and check off the ones for which they are eligible. More information is on the ARRL Foundation Scholarship Program page.
This year, the Foundation Board of Directors is offering several new scholarships. These include The Old Man International Sideband Society Scholarship; The K6GO Gale Olson and NA6MB Mike Bender Scholarship; The Harry A. Hodges, W6YOO, Scholarship; the Medical Amateur Radio Council (MARCO) Scholarship, and The Ladies Amateur Radio Association of Orange County Scholarship.
The 2018 ARRL Foundation Scholarship Program Is Now Open!
The ARRL Foundation is currently accepting applications from eligible radio amateurs pursuing higher education. More than 80 scholarships ranging from $500 to $5,000 will be awarded in 2018.
All applicants must submit a completed online application. Applicants must also forward a copy of their academic transcript from their most recently completed school year to email@example.com by Thursday, February 15, 2018. Applications without accompanying transcripts will not be considered.
Students submitting applications for the 2018 process should read the scholarship descriptions carefully and apply only for those scholarships for which they are eligible – some scholarships have geographic or other requirements.
Awards will be announced by May 31, 2018.
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