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  • 1. ARRL Section Managers Workshop Make Friends
  • 2. It’s All About People
    • People make the clubs
  • 3. It’s All About People
    • People make the clubs
    • People make The ARRL
  • 4. It’s All About People
    • People make the clubs
    • People make The ARRL
    • People make QSOs
  • 5. Technology is just a tool
  • 6. Make Friends
    • Friends on the air
  • 7. Make Friends
    • Friends on the air
    • Friends in the clubs
  • 8. Make Friends
    • Friends on the air
    • Friends in the clubs
    • Friends in the community
  • 9. Support
    • Encourage contacts with new hams
    • Develop and support mentoring programs
    • Participate in on air activities
  • 10. Affiliated Club Coordinator
    • The ACC is the primary contact and resource person for each Amateur Radio club in the section.
  • 11. ACC Specializes in:
    • motivating
  • 12. ACC Specializes in:
    • motivating,
    • providing assistance
  • 13. ACC Specializes in:
    • motivating,
    • providing assistance and
    • coordinating joint activities of radio clubs.
  • 14.
    • Responsibility: All ACC should be contacting clubs routinely.
    • Accountability: Monthly Report as to which clubs they met with in person and which clubs they had other contact with such as e-mail, etc.
  • 15.
    • Get to know the club members and officers.
    • Learn their needs, strengths and interests
    • work with them to make clubs effective resources in their communities and more enjoyable for their members.
  • 16. Friends In the Community
    • Build and maintain a positive image for Amateur Radio.
    • Develop contacts with local public and private organizations
  • 17. Public Information Coordinator
    • Utilize Public Information Officers
    • Always be ready to demonstrate what Amateur Radio can do for the community
  • 18.
    • The ARRL has received new funding of nearly $90,000 from the Corporation for National & Community Service to enlighten localities about the value of Amateur Radio to community safety and security.
    Amateur Radio Is A Valuable Asset
  • 19. Recruiting
    • Always be ready to take advantage of every opportunity to recruit a new ham or member .
    • We are all ambassadors of Amateur Radio and ARRL.
  • 20. Web Links
    • http://www.arrl.org/pio/handbook/chap11.html#top
    • http://www.arrl.org/FandES/field/club/mentor/
    • http://www.arrl.org/FandES/field/org/pic.html
  • 21. For more information
    • ARRL Field & Educational Services
    • Norm Fusaro, W3IZ
    • ARRL Affiliated Club & Mentor Program Manager
    • 225 Main St.
    • Newington, CT 06111
    • 860-594-0230
    • [email_address]
  • 22. Club Affiliation
    • ARRL Field & Educational Services
    • Margie Bourgoin, KB1DCO
    • 225 Main St.
    • Newington, CT 06111
    • 860-594-0292
    • [email_address]