We use the W5YI Group as our VEC
From the W5YI Group
"Anyone can become a ham except representatives of foreign governments. There are no age restrictions. If you can pass the written tests, you can be a licensed ham operator. There have even been 6 year old ham operators. The entry level license is the Technician Class license. That license class began in 1991 and now has the largest number of participants. To become a Technician Class operator, you need only pass one very simple (35 question) multiple choice written tests (Exam Element 2) to obtain your FCC license. "
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From The MaconARC VE TEAM
We can tailor your study needs for passing the Element 2 Examination. Persons with special needs can be accomidated/welcomed to join the ranks of Amateur 'Ham" Radio with the only requirement that the pass the FCC examinations. You may contact Charles Kight, AI4UN via e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) or phone: 478-477-8339 for more information.