Each June, high school students from across the country gather in our nation’s capital to partake in the National Rural Electric Cooperatives’ Association (NRECA) Youth Tour to Washington D.C. They come to see American history enshrined in Washington D.C. and witness the history being made. They come to learn and share with others whose geographical diversity is rivaled only by the demographic diversity. Most of all, they come to have fun. If you are a dependent of a member of Vigilante Electric and are currently sophomore or junior in high school, we would like to invite you to apply.
The dates for this all-expense paid adventure is June 19 through 26. Selection is based on an application and a short essay. Information about this year’s tour can be downloaded at the bottom of this page. This year’s topic is, “How can electricity be used to save and improve lives, especially in developing nations?” Those interested are encouraged to be creative with their ideas and limit their essays to two pages. Essays are due to Vigilante Electric no later than November 29, 2019.