Teachers Institute Application

We are currently accepting applications for our 2015 sessions

Teachers Institute opportunities are virtually free for the participants. The grant to attend a TI covers transportation, hotel, a modest per-diem to cover meals,.  Instructional resources for the electronics, microcontroller, and robotics segments of the course, and a resource library of relevant ARRL publications are provided to participants of the introductory Teachers Institute (TI-1).  Hands-on instructional resources and equipment applicable to the topic of the advanced Teachers Institiute (TI-2) are also provided through donations to the Education & Technology Program Fund and through in-kind contributions from our industry partners. A $100 enrollment fee is required.

Applicant Eligibility

Applicants must be teaching in a school, college, or porefessional educational organization serving grade levels 4-12+, or leading a school-affiliated enrichment program.

An Amateur Radio license is NOT required to attend the introductory seminar (TI-1), but IS required to attend the advanced Teachers Institute seminars.

Applying for the Teachers Institute

Download and complete the application and the pre-workshop survey.  Send a cover letter on school letterhead, signed by you and a school administrator, stating that you would like to attend, along with the application. Please be sure to review the requirements and the reimbursement guidelines provided in the application. A  $100 enrollment fee is required.

Application deadline is May 1, 2015.

Class sizes are limited-- don’t delay.

  • 2015 TI-1 Application

    Complete this application for the Introduction to Wireless Technology. Learn More

  • 2015 TI-2 Application

    Complete this application for Remote Sensing and Data Gathering. Learn More

  • 2015 TI-1 Agenda

    Here is the list of topics that will be addressed in the Introduction to Wireless Technology seminar. Learn More

  • 2015 TI-2 Agenda

    Here is the list of topics to be addressed in the Remote Sensing and Data Gathering seminar. Learn More