Idaho Consumer Owned Utilities Association
(ICUA) Youth Rally
THE REGIONAL EVENT FOR 2020 WAS CANCELED DUE TO THE CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19).
A DECISION ON RESUMING THE IN PERSON EVENT FOR 2021 WILL BE MADE IN THE SPRING.
This event will help your teen build leadership and team building skills, gain knowledge about the electric industry, learn about cooperatives and industry related careers, while meeting new friends from across the Northwest – at no cost to you!
In 2019, Fall River Electric sponsored three high school students who attended the Idaho Consumer Owned Utilities Association’s Youth Rally.
Above is a photo of our students that attended Youth Rally in 2019. From left to right: Hannah Wakefield (West Yellowstone High School), Hunter Wade (Teton High School) & Shane Pfeifer (West Yellowstone High School).
In addition to attending Youth Rally, each of the students representing Fall River is awarded a $500 scholarship courtesy of the owner-members of Fall River Electric.
Should the in-person rally not be held in 2021 due to ongoing COVID-19 restrictions, each student selected will receive the $500 scholarship mentioned above.
Applications for 2021 are currently being accepted.
Students that qualify must be a sophomore or junior in high school during the spring 2021 semester, have parents or guardians who are Fall River Electric owner-members, and submit an application with a short essay.
The application and essay deadline to apply is APRIL 14, 2021.
Student selection is made in June for those attending the July rally which is held in Treasure Valley (Boise) area.
- Students must currently (spring 2021) be in their sophomore or junior year.
- Parents or guardians must be members of and receive power from Fall River Electric Cooperative.
- Students must submit a one to two page essay on a the subject shown on the application form.
- Students must also submit an application (see form below) by the deadline.
- Students may be asked to attend an interview as part of the selection process.
For more information, contact Angela Haws at 800-632-5726 during normal business hours 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.