Youth Tour 2021
Attention all sophomore and junior high school students:
Write an essay and win a trip to Washington, D.C.
2021 Youth Tour Dates June 21-26.
Youth Tour How To Apply
Write a winning essay by January 13, 2021.
To enter the essay-writing contest, you must:
Be enrolled as a high school sophomore or junior during the 2020-21 school year.
You and your parents or guardian must be served by Roughrider Electric Cooperative.
- Essay is not to exceed two standard 8½- by 11-inch typewritten, double-spaced pages on this topic:
The Electric Cooperative Youth Tour includes the opportunity to tour many historic sites, monuments and museums of great significance to our country's government, rich history and culture. Name two of these within the Washington, D.C. area you would most like to see. Describe why these are important to you and why they should be important to others.
Submit your essay in hard copy or electronic format to Roughrider Electric. Electronic submissions should conform to the two-page, double-spaced guideline described above. Include a cover page with your name, date of birth, school and grade in 2020-21, parent or guardian’s name, address and telephone number.
The deadline is Jan. 13, 2021. Emailed entries should be directed to email@example.com, and hard-copy entries mailed to:
Youth Tour Essay Contest
Roughrider Electric Cooperative
800 Highway Dr.
Hazen, ND 58545-4737
If you have a question, contact Brad Quenette at 800.748.5533.
Kori Nagel, 2019 Roughrider Electric Youth Tour Representative.
The Electric Cooperative Youth Tour
More than 1,800 students from all across America take part in the Youth Tour experience each year, and so can you! Travel to Washington, D.C. where you will meet your U.S. Representative and Senators. This unique trip will give you the opportunity to watch history come alive as you explore the museums, memorials and monuments with students from your state. You will meet student leaders from nearly every state and hear dynamic leaders on Youth Day. Bottom line, you will make friendships that will last a lifetime and be part of a group that has more than 50,000 alumni in every walk of life including U.S. Senators and CEOs.
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