Youth Trips

Youth Tour - Washington, D.C.

ATTENTION HIGH SCHOOL JUNIORS

YouthTour

Win an expense paid week in Washington, D.C.

A week you'll never forget!

June 13-20, 2019

The National Rural Electric Cooperative Association Washington, D.C., Youth Tour is June 13-20, 2019. High school students who are 16 by June 1 and whose families are Southeast Colorado Power Association members are eligible to apply to go on the trip. The tour provides students with an eight-day adventure that offers in-depth exposure to the electric cooperative network while exploring our nation's capitol. The selected youth's expenses, including airfare, lodging, meals and all tour admission fees, are paid by your local cooperative, Southeast Colorado Power. Activities during the trip include tours of the U.S. Capitol, Washington Monument, Lincoln Memorial, war memorials (Vietnam, Iwo Jima), Arlington National Cemetery, National Archives, the White House and Smithsonian Museums; a Potomac River dinner and dance cruise, visits with Colorado's U.S. senators and representatives; an NRECA Town Hall Meeting; and the chance to connect with students nationwide.

Southeast Colorado Power will sponsor one student to the 2019 Washington, D.C. camp. If you're not chosen to attend the Washington, D.C. trip, you may be the recipient of a trip to Clark, Colorado, located just outside Steamboat Springs. At this camp, held in July, students from Colorado, Kansas, Oklahoma and Wyoming will gather at a beautiful resort on the Elk River and spend the week at an outstanding leadership camp. You'll participate in activities to improve leadership skills and get an inside view of the state and national legislatures. There is plenty of time for swim parties, barbecues, dances and banquets during the week. Many of the attendees call this camp a "life-changing experience." Just print and complete the forms associated with this camp, or you can use the easy fill in the blank method. Be sure to sign where designated.

Youth Camp - Steamboat Springs

ATTENTION HIGH SCHOOL JUNIORS

ColoradoYouthCampSteamBoatSprings

Win an expense paid week at the beautiful Glen Eden Resort

in

Steamboat Springs, Colorado

July 13-18, 2019

The Colorado Electrical Education Institute Cooperative Youth Leadership Camp offers a great opportunity for high school students to learn about a cooperative, tour a generation facility, learn about government and build on communication and leadership skills. This camp is held annually at the Glen Eden Resort in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. Last year 83 students and 17 chaperones participated during the week's event. Southeast Colorado Power will sponsor two students to the 2019 camp. The only eligibility requirement is the student must be at least 16 years old (Junior) to attend. Just print and complete the forms associated with this camp, or you can use the easy fill in the blank method. Be sure to sign where designated.

Washington, D.C. Information

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Washington, D.C. Application

All applications need to be returned no later than December 28, 2018 to:

Southeast Colorado Power Association
PO Box 521
La Junta, CO 81050-0521
Attention: Telly Stranger
If you have any questions, please contact Telly Stanger at 719-383-1341.

Youth Camp Steamboat Information

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Steamboat Springs Application

All applications need to be returned no later than December 28, 2018 to:

Southeast Colorado Power Association
PO Box 521
La Junta, CO 81050-0521
Attention: Telly Stranger
If you have any questions, please contact Telly Stranger at 719-383-1341.
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