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Mohawk Kids Page

MARC actively encourages young people to get involved with ham radio. Ham radio is a fun, safe, free and unique way to talk with people around the world!

Licensing

For more information about getting a ham radio license, please visit our Become a Ham page.

Kids Day

Kids Day is a twice-a-year (January and June) on-air event to encourage any young person  -- licensed or not -- to get on the air and have fun with Amateur Radio. It is designed to foster interest in youngsters to get a license of their own. It is also intended to give older hams a chance to share their station and love for Amateur Radio. Kids Day

School Club Roundup

Read more about it here.

Field Day

On the fourth full weekend in June, hams around the country setup radio stations in the field to test their ability to operate under emergency conditions and without commerical electric power by setting up several radio stations  Kids are especially welcome. Field Day

ISS Contact

During the last few years, we have arranged for kids to talk by ham radio with astronauts aboard the International Space Station! The kids made up the questions, asked the questions, operated the radio and control of the antenna that had to be pointed at the ISS during its pass. ISS Contact on YouTube      Kids Day ISS Video

Last Updated on Monday, 21 February 2011 13:43
 

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