YOUTH TOUR

2022 YOUTH TOUR INFO NOW AVAILABLE

ESSAY TOPIC

IDENTIFY THE SEVEN COOPERATIVE PRINCIPLES AND EXPLAIN HOW THEY RELATE TO CLARKE-WASHINGTON EMC

DATES TO REMEMBER

JANUARY 17 – ESSAY DUE

JANUARY 25 – INTERVIEWS

MARCH 15-27 – MONTGOMERY YOUTH TOUR

JUNE 19-24 – D.C. YOUTH TOUR

2020

YOUTH TOUR PARTICIPANTS

Shelby Baggett

Shelby Baggett

Fruitdale High School

Lindsey Bolen

Lindsey Bolen

Jackson High School

Haas Flowers

Haas Flowers

Leroy High School

Macy Jordan

Macy Jordan

Millry High School

WHAT IS YOUTH TOUR?

The Rural Electric Youth Tour is a group of more than 1,800 high school students who visit Washington D.C., every June from all over America. They come because the people who led electric cooperatives believe education is important-educating about electric cooperatives and education about America.

Clarke-Washington EMC has been sending high school students from Southwest Alabama to Youth Tour since the early 70s.

AM I ELIGIBLE FOR

YOUTH TOUR?

Yes, high school juniors in the Clarke-Washington service area are able to compete. You do not have to be a member to go to Youth Tour.

HOW ARE THE PARTICIPANTS SELECTED?

Those interested in participating are required to write an essay and interview. All essays will be reviewed and the top essayist will be asked to come in for an interview. The top four essay winners will attend the Alabama Rural Electric Association’s Montgomery Youth Tour and receive a $500 scholarship.

The top two winners will have the opportunity to join other students around Alabama and fly to Washington D.C. for an all expense paid, week long trip. These students will also receive an additional $500 scholarship, courtesy of Clarke-Washington EMC.

Students AT WASHINGTON YT

STUDENTS AT mONTGOMERY yt

STUDENTS REPRESENTED al

Years Established

INTERESTED?

CWEMC Youth Tour Coordinator: Sarah Turner

Telephone: (251) 246-9081

Hours: M-F: 7am – 4pm