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Youth tour and youth Camp

Registration deadline – November 30

 

Sign up for the virtual scavenger hunt before November 30!

Sign up to compete in a virtual scavenger hunt to win an all-expense-paid, week-long trip to a leadership camp in Steamboat Springs, CO (Youth Camp) or Washington, D.C. (Youth Tour). The first students to complete the scavenger hunt will be awarded a Youth Camp or Tour trip. Only high school juniors whose parent(s) or legal guardian(s) buy electricity from San Isabel Electric are eligible.

Youth Tour

About Youth Tour

Washington D.C. Youth Tour candidates compete for one spot in the Washington, D.C. Youth Tour, a week-long all-expenses-paid trip (June 12-18, 2023) to Washington, D.C., sponsored by San Isabel Electric and organized by the Colorado Rural Electric Association, the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association and the Colorado Electric Educational Institute.

Youth Tour 2023 Brochure

Who should apply?
  • If you are a high school junior whose family gets its’ power from San Isabel Electric
  • If you have big dreams of seeing the country
  • If you like history or want to shake hands with your congressman
  • If you’ve never flown in a plane but want to travel
  • If you want to meet new people
How to apply?

To be considered for this opportunity, students will participate in an online scavenger hunt. Students can register to participate in the scavenger hunt here. The scavenger hunt will begin on Thursday, December 15, 2022 at 7 p.m. The first students to complete the scavenger hunt will be awarded a Youth Camp or Youth Tour trip.

Good luck!

History of Youth Tour

The idea came from President Lyndon B. Johnson who advocated for rural electrification and youth development. In 1957, when he was still a U.S. Senator, Johnson suggested “sending youngsters to the nation’s capital where they can actually see what the flag stands for and represents.”

This idea evolved into a nationwide effort to send youth on an organized, fun and educational trip in the 1960s. Now, over 50 years later, electric cooperatives from across the country send over 1,800 youth to the nation’s capital every summer.

Youth Camp

About Youth Camp

This weeklong adventure (July 15-20, 2023) brings together about 100 students from Colorado, Kansas, Wyoming, and Oklahoma to the mountains near Steamboat Springs, CO. Students will learn about the cooperative business model and leadership skills that will serve them well throughout their life. There is also plenty of time set aside for campers to explore and enjoy the mountains of Colorado.

Youth Camp 2023 Brochure

Who should apply for Youth Camp?
  • If you are a high school junior whose family gets its’ power from San Isabel Electric
  • If you want to make new friends from Colorado, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Wyoming
  • If you want to visit the beautiful Rocky Mountains
  • If you want to strengthen your resume by adding, “Attended Cooperative Youth leadership Camp”
  • If you want to learn more about yourself and build new leadership skills that you will use the rest of your life
How to apply for Youth Camp?

To be considered for this opportunity, students will participate in an online scavenger hunt. Students can register to participate in the scavenger hunt here. The scavenger hunt will begin on Thursday, December 15, 2022, at 7 p.m. The first students to complete the scavenger hunt will be awarded a Youth Camp or Youth Tour trip.

Good luck!

Questions?

Please contact:

Paris Daugherty, Communications Manager
719-647-6230
paris.daugherty@siea.com

 

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