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ARRL VEC Volunteer Examiner Session Participation Web Page Returns

08/26/2010

If you’re an ARRL Volunteer Examiner (VE) who is interested in seeing how many ARRL exam sessions you’ve taken part in, you can find the answer on the VE Session counts Web page.

On this page, you’ll be able to access a list that shows the total number exam sessions that each ARRL VE has conducted. The listings are listed first by state and then in alpha-numeric call sign order (call area number, then suffix letters). The state where an individual VE record is located is based on the VE’s official address on file with the ARRL Volunteer Examiner Coordinator. Only currently accredited ARRL VEs will be displayed on the Web page.

ARRL VEC Manager Maria Somma, AB1FM, said she is “thrilled” that the enhanced page now includes the VEs name, as well as the call sign and session participation total: “Incorporating the name field in the lists added a higher level of authentication when determining a VEs accreditation status and participation. We applaud the volunteers whose dedication and service make the VE program successful. Your hard work and contribution of countless hours of your time helps ensure the future of Amateur Radio. Your efforts matter and we thank you. Our VEs should be very proud of their accomplishments.”

 



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