Made the same deal with my 17 y/o daughter. She studied but CVChinaVirus messed up the day we were going to take her tech exam. (She got her DL anyway). We haven’t been able to coordinate another date. She is a 4.0+ GPA and is interested in possibly bio-engineering/chemical engineering degrees. I told her the FCC license would look cool on her college apps. I am not sure if that’s true? I suspect it could help her stand out in the pack. I also have 3 younger daughters. They have all gone on a SOTA activation or two with me but past that no interest. ***I have spoke with several younger adults while conducting SOTA activations (This past year I’ve been very active). They seemed truly fascinated by what I was doing. I spent much time explaining and giving advice on how to become licensed. I think adventure/outdoor radio/SOTA/POTA are great avenues for propagation of the ham radio arts/science. I know that is what drew me to it.