On top of that, it is inherently difficult, nay almost impossible, to become an AMSAT Volunteer - trust me, I have been trying for over a year now and have just about given up!
- David KG4ZLB www.kg4zlb.com
Nigel Gunn G8IFF/W8IFF wrote:
I think one of the problems volunteers face, which seems to have not been addresses, is one of geography.
The US is a big country. The existing volunteers are widespread. I work better as a member of a team rather than as an induvidual. I need a "normal" work environment. I'm inherently lazy and don't have the motovation to reliably work from home. I don't know of any active Amsat volunteers within, say, 30 miles of me, that I can team up with. Find me a project within 30 miles of Xenia, Ohio, in which I have some experience, and i will happily join the team.
Bob Bruninga wrote:
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