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FRS Youth Tour

Win an All-Expenses-Paid Trip to the Nation’s Capital!

Etex will sponsor two students (from different schools) to visit Washington D.C.

Applications are due on or before Monday, March 9, 2019.


Link to Application PDF

  • The application must be completed in full. The application will not be considered if any information is incomplete.
  • Submit Essay.
  • Sign certification.
  • Have a high school teacher, guidance counselor, or principal complete the character evaluation and submit a letter of recommendation.
Dates of Importance • Monday, March 9: Must return application and all materials to Etex. • Monday, March 16: Student will be notified that he or she has been chosen. • Friday, March 27: If selected, registration paperwork must be turned in to Etex. • Tuesday, May 26: (5:30p,-7pm) If selected, Student/Parent Dinner meeting with CEO of Etex and Designated Chaperon. • June 6—10: Tour Dates The Foundation for Rural Service (FRS) Youth Tour will bring 100 high school students from rural America together for an exciting experience. Your locally-owned telecommunications company will sponsor an area student to attend the FRS Youth Tour. Students MUST be a high school student ages 16 or 17 at the time of the Youth Tour. FRS will not accept any student age 18 or over. The FRS Youth Tour:
  • Offers rural students an inside look at the telecommunications industry.
  • Educates students about the legislative and governmental process.
  • Gives students the opportunity to experience the nation’s capital and visit famous historical sites, including the Lincoln Memorial, the U.S. Capitol, Mount Vernon and Arlington National Cemetery.
  • Allows students to meet youth from rural areas across the country, develop leadership skills and help point their communities toward the future.
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