QST is Now Offering a Column for Clubs

Via ARRL – QST is Now Offering a Column for Clubs

ARRL invites you to be part of “Club Station”, the newest column in QST. This column, written by clubs, for clubs, is a designated space to share specific and practical ideas about what has contributed to successful clubs to help others grow and thrive.

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In each issue, a different club will share how they undertook a specific activity or project, how and why it was successful, and any challenges they may have had to overcome throughout the process. Some examples include successful community club projects, creative ways to attract new members, or getting youth involved with ham radio. Additionally, many clubs across the country are being creative in meeting the challenges of COVID-19 to figure out how to keep club members active and enthusiastic.

If your club has developed a creative way to get around common challenges, we want to hear from you! In order to help you tell your story, we have published a new version of the ARRL Author’s Guide that is geared toward “Club Station,” and includes a club profile form. You don’t have to have writing experience to be published in QST, and if your submission is accepted, our editorial staff will work with you to get your story ready for publication.

All clubs are welcome to participate. For more information about what to expect from this new column, read “Welcome to QST’s Club Station” in the August issue. If you have any questions, contact us at clubs@arrl.org. We look forward to hearing from you and hearing your story!