Youth Tour deadline extended until April 1
Do you know any high school juniors who are curious about how cooperatives operate and want to learn more about the cooperative business model? If so, tell them about the 2019 Youth Tour to Washington, D.C.
Rock Energy Cooperative will sponsor up to four high school juniors on the June 14-21 trip. The deadline for submitting applications has been extended to April 1.
The students selected to represent Rock Energy will join about 1,600 students from co-ops across the nation as they meet with congressional representatives, tour historic sites, and learn about the cooperative business model.
Applicants must be children of Rock Energy members and reside in the co-op’s service territory.
The all-expense-paid trip includes transportation, lodging, meals, and admission fees to all events.
Round-trip travel is by motor coach from Springfield, Ill. Travel to Springfield is not included.
Representing Rock Energy during the 2018 trip were, from left, back row: Stephanie Wright of South Beloit, Amanda Stevens of Rockton, Emily Larson of South Beloit, Rachel Strasser of South Beloit; front row: Emily Suiter of Milton, Brooke Gardner of Rockton.Representing Rock Energy during the 2018 trip were, from left, back row: Stephanie Wright of South Beloit, Amanda Stevens of Rockton, Emily Larson of South Beloit, Rachel Strasser of South Beloit; front row: Emily Suiter of Milton, Brooke Gardner of Rockton. Click here to read about their experience.
Two elements have been added to the application process this year. Students are required to submit a short video introducing themselves in a creative manner. Two letters of recommendation also must be submitted. Click on the link below for all the details.
If you have any questions, please call Barbara Uebelacker, communications director, at 866-752-4550 or email her.