Indiana Youth Tour to Washington, D.C.
Each summer Daviess-Martin REMC and other electric cooperatives sponsor the Rural Electric Cooperative’s Youth Tour to Washington D.C. Students who are in their junior year of high school are chosen to attend this week-long tour of our nation’s capital.
This action-packed trip gives students the opportunity to visit national monuments, museums and memorials, as well as learn more about cooperative business and state and national government.
To be eligible for the Indiana Youth Tour to Washington D.C., the following provisions will govern the acceptance of applicants from the local cooperatives:
- Applicants must have completed their junior year in high school, and be enrolled for their senior year. Home-schooled students are eligible to apply.
- Indiana Youth Tour to Washington, D.C., requires a great deal of physical fitness and stamina and may not be designed for individuals who need significant assistance for personal care, require constant one-on-one support, or have great difficulty managing their behavior in group settings. If an applicant has a special health care need, contact Youth Tour Director, Ann Mears at email@example.com before submitting an application. Health conditions requiring advance clearance include, but are not limited to: insulin-dependent diabetes, cardiac situations, asthma, seizure disorders, mental illness, autism spectrum and food allergies. We cannot accommodate serious food allergies.
- Additional criteria may be required by your local cooperative.
Learn more about the National Rural Electric Cooperative Youth Tour(link is external).
Indiana Youth Tour 2024
Applications for Indiana Youth Tour 2024 will open on December 4th.
For more information about Youth Tour and to apply, visit IndianaYouthTour.org.