The Association of Public Radio Engineers Board of Directors is making available scholarships to help new public radio engineers attend the 2022 Public Radio Engineering Conference (PREC). The scholarship program is also open to public radio engineering and operations personnel who haven’t attended PREC in five years.
The 2022 conference will be held at the Tuscany Suites in Las Vegas, April 21–22, immediately preceding the annual NAB Show.
Dan Houg, past president of the APRE Board of Directors, says “years ago I was a brand-new radio station engineer and a recipient of the APRE scholarship. I can attest to the impact attending the Public Radio Engineering Conference has on my ability to build and move our station forward. It opens contacts within the industry and provides connections with peers that persist as I go about my daily work.”
The scholarship includes a one-year APRE membership, the PREC registration fee, an Awards Dinner ticket, and three night’s lodging at the conference hotel.
Full details of the application process are available on the APRE website.