Remember when you sat for your exam(s) with AARG how helpful and friendly the VEs were with you? You thought “how can I become part of this great team?” Well, wonder no more!
In Amateur Radio, there are two touchstones – Get On The Air and Get Involved. Being a VE is a direct way of supporting and encouraging new and experienced amateur radio operators by administering the licensure exams.
- You must hold a CURRENT General, Advanced or Amateur Extra license.
- Complete the AARG VE Application Form (which includes a link to the ARRL, our Volunteer Exam Coordinator. You must take and pass their Volunteer Examiner test).
- Have an interview with the AARG VE Team Chair
- After acceptance, commit to at least one test session a month.
Any additional questions? Contact the AARG VE Team Chair at firstname.lastname@example.org
Looking forward to having YOU as part of the Aurora team!