The Education Alliance for Amateur Radio (EAAR) promotes Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math education through youth and community education and collaboration with other Amateur Radio organizations.
Philadelphia Scouting Festival & JOTA August 25, 2019
Jamboree on the Air at Lighthouse Field
Once again (EAAR) will participate in the Philadelphia Scouting Festival at Lighthouse Field in Philadelphia.
On October 19, EAAR will have a solar power radio station station set up (Big Green) for both will Jamboree on the Air and the radio merit badge.
For more information on the Philadelphia Scouting Festival at Lighthouse Field, please visit https://colbsa.org/activities-2/phila/
Ursinus College 150 Fest Special Event Station August 25, 2019
On September 1st 2019 Ursinus College will be kicking off a year long celebration of its 150th anniversary. In recognition of this milestone the Education Alliance for Amateur Radio will participate in the celebration by hosting a special event station on amateur radio. The callsign for the station will be W3Z . The "Z" acknowledges the founder of the college, Zacharias Ursinus. The station will be on the air from 10 a.m. Eastern Daylight Time to approximately 7 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time September 1st 2019. The station will utilize the 20 and 40 meter bands. A special commemorative QSL card will be sent to the first 200 amateurs contacting this special event station.
When: Sun Sep 1, 2019 10am – 7pm EDT
Where: Ursinus College, 601 E Main St, Collegeville, PA 19426, USA
For more information about Ursinus College visit https://www.ursinus.edu/about/150fest/
The Education Alliance for Amateur Radio (EAAR) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation established in 2016 to promote Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) education through youth and community education and collaboration with other Amateur Radio organizations. EAAR members also directly promote Amateur Radio with education and training.
EAAR’s goals are to:
- Promote STEM as a resource for local communities by providing funding, equipment and educational services.
- Promote Amateur Radio by educating the community through interactive demonstrations.
- Collaborate with other Amateur Radio organizations and local emergency management groups to advance education in Amateur Radio.
EAAR Director’s are unpaid volunteers. They are currently licensed Amateur Radio operators in good standing with the United States FCC Amateur Radio Service and members of the American Radio Relay League (ARRL), the nation’s largest association for Amateur Radio. In addition, they are certified as volunteers as required by the Pennsylvania Child Protective Services Act. Several EAAR Board members are ARRL Registered License Instructors and BSA Radio Merit Badge Counselors.
All proceeds from Edward Breneiser’s book, My Year Down the Rabbit Hole: National Parks on the Air, are donated to EAAR and further our mission of enhancing education through radio.
Your contributions, however big or small, help further EAAR’s mission. Contributions are tax deductible, and an invoice will be provided.
If you have experience in STEM education, Amateur Radio, or Scouting, your skills can help EAAR reach more of our communities.
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