PMRC Scholarships for 2023

Students interested in applying for any ham radio scholarship can visit
Foundation for Amateur Radio website
for further information regarding the available scholarships, eligibility rules and the application.

Claude H. Haring, Jr., W3IIM Memorial Scholarship $1,000.00

By formal resolution adopted by our board on October 10, 2001, PMRC established
Scholarship Fund and authorized the first annual award of the Claude H. Haring, Jr., W3IIM,
Memorial Scholarship.

Bryan Hoch N3VJE Memorial Scholarship $1,000.00

Bryan Hoch N3VJE Age 33 Died of brain Cancer summer 2015.Fought the fight for 2+ years.
Graduate of Central High School and Community College of Philadelphia. Employed by Urban Outfitters
at Corporate Hq in Philadelphia Navy Yard. Veteran of MS150 operations while in High School.
Survived by his Wife Kate and a Score of relatives including his Dad Stephen Hoch WU3I.

Richard Moll W3RM Scholarship $1,000.00

There are hams who eat and breathe amateur radio, but Dick Moll went far beyond the confines
of the hobby as a well-rounded, public-spirited man who not only chalked up a remarkable record of
service and achievement as a ham, but also as an exemplary human being dedicated to helping people in need.

Richard DeVirgiliis ND3B (SK) $1,000.00

Former Blurb Editor until his passing in March 2021.

COMING 2024: Jim Fisher AJ3DI (SK) Memorial Scholarship

Former club president until August 2023.

Past Scholarships:


Phil-Mont is recognized by the IRS as a 501(c)(3) charitable organization,
and all contributions to the  the PMRC Scholarship Fund are deductible
by the donor for federal income tax purposes.

Contributions made payable to PMRC, Inc. may be sent directly to Phil-Mont at
PO Box 404 Warminster PA 18974.

Saleable ham equipment can also be contributed. Contact PhilMont Board about equipment contributions.
Every contribution will be acknowledged by an IRS letter for tax accounting purposes.