Club Analysis Tool

The Oklahoma Section wants to help amateur radio clubs and members to review their operations, document their efforts, and share their responses. Clubs in Oklahoma are very diverse, and a club in the panhandle will have very different needs than one in Edmond, Tulsa, or McAlester. However, there are many things that we have in common and we would like to help you and your club document its strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats.

We will work to share your successes, fulfill your needs, take advantage of your opportunities, and plan to work around your threats. Please spend some time discussing these topics at one of your next meetings, and encourage other hams to respond. Any personal,  petty, and off-topics results will be removed and the rest will be aggregated to help all of us.

Once you submit your information, take a look at your club contact information on the ARRL.org website. Sign in to the https://arrl.org website and visit https://arrl.org/find-a-club/. Locate your club and click the word Edit at the top right of the page. From that page, you will be able to update your club’s information. After updating the information on the page, click the SUBMIT button at the bottom of the page. Your information will be reviewed and updated for future page views. Remember to check this information every six months or so to keep it current. If you have any trouble updating this information, please let me know.

If you would like a printed version of this club tool, you can get a PDF copy by visiting this link.

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Jim Shideler W5JCS
Oklahoma ARRL Affiliated Club Coordinator (ACC)
[email protected]