Hello, ScoutRadio community.
For six years, I've served as the technology center director of
Forestburg Scout Reservation in New York. It has been a wonderful
experience for me, and I have loved every minute of my time there.
The center now has a well-established ham radio station (W2FSR) and
licensing program, as well a very strong science-based merit badge
program. As I am now a graduate student, I am no longer able to spend
my summers working at camp full time running this program. Therefore,
I am working with our council to try and find someone to take over as
This is a FANTASTIC opportunity for anyone who wants to share ham
radio with youth. I don't think you could possibly have a better setup.
Please see the job description at http://www.w2naf. com/forestburg. pdf
for more information. Also, you can fill out a job application
directly at http://www.fsrcamp. org/.
As this is a resident camp, food and lodging will be provided as part
of the compensation. Therefore, don't be afraid to apply even if you
are from the other side of the country!
Thank you and 73,