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The ARRL Foundation Announces 2012 Scholarship Recipients:

from The ARRL Letter on July 4, 2013
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The ARRL Foundation Announces 2012 Scholarship Recipients:

The ARRL Foundation Board of Directors has announced the scholarship recipients for 2013. In 2013, the Foundation awarded 82 annual scholarships to young Amateur Radio operators. The scholarships, valued at $110,600, are awarded through 58 funds that the Foundation administers. Individual awards range from $500 to $5000. Foundation Secretary and ARRL Chief Development Officer Mary Hobart, K1MMH, says the scholarship program has grown substantially over the years with the addition of new awards.

"Amateur Radio organizations and individual donors have enriched the program to reward high academic achievement and community service," Hobart said. "I am constantly amazed at what young radio amateurs accomplish in their young lives, even as they work hard to perform academically at the highest levels. Congratulations to all the applicants who demonstrate the best that Amateur Radio has to offer!"

In addition to the 82 winners, there are currently four holders of the William R. Goldfarb Memorial Scholarship, which assists recipients in receiving a four-year undergraduate degree in engineering, science or in the medical or business-related fields. As announced in June the 2013 recipient -- and the 10th Goldfarb Scholarship winner -- is Calvin P. Darula, K0DXC, of St Bonifacius, Minnesota.

The application period for 2014 ARRL Foundation Scholarships opens October 1, 2013, and closes February 1, 2014. Descriptions of all available scholarships and selection criteria as well as application instructions and forms are on the ARRL Foundation website Inquiries regarding the scholarship program should be made via e-mail


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