0HELPING THE GREATSOF TOMORROW MAKETHEIR DREAMS A REALITYThe NextPoWErGenerationonserve Educate +InnovaElectric Cooperative Youth Tour & Youth Leadership CampEvery year MVEA sponsors an essay contest for high school juniors. The first placewinner receives an all-expense paid trip to Washington, D.C., for Electric CooperativeYouth Tour, in June with over 1,800 students from across the U.S. The second andthird place winners are invited to the Colorado Electric Education Institute's YouthLeadership Camp in Clark, Colorado, just outside Steamboat Springs, in July. To enter,write a 500-word essay on the following topic:"What is the difference between energy conservation and energy efficiency? Do you feelthat members should use one method over the other if they want to use less energy?"Visit www.mvea.coop for entry qualifications and to complete an online entry form.Essays must be received by Monday, November 20, 2017MVEA ScholarshipsEach year, MVEA awards 14 $1,000 scholarships to graduating high school seniors.It's one way we invest in our community and help ensure a bright future for the nextgeneration of electric co-op members. The next scholarship application period willstart September 1, 2017, and all applications are due by January 16, 2018.Learn More & Apply TODAY!www.mvea.coop/youth-programsMOUNTAIN VIEW ELECTRIC ASSOCIATION, INCTel: (800) 388-9881Stay Connected: Like Follow. Share0Dwww.mwea.coop

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0 HELPING THE GREATS OF TOMORROW MAKE THEIR DREAMS A REALITY The Next PoWEr Generation onserve Educate +Innova Electric Cooperative Youth Tour & Youth Leadership Camp Every year MVEA sponsors an essay contest for high school juniors. The first place winner receives an all-expense paid trip to Washington, D.C., for Electric Cooperative Youth Tour, in June with over 1,800 students from across the U.S. The second and third place winners are invited to the Colorado Electric Education Institute's Youth Leadership Camp in Clark, Colorado, just outside Steamboat Springs, in July. To enter, write a 500-word essay on the following topic: "What is the difference between energy conservation and energy efficiency? Do you feel that members should use one method over the other if they want to use less energy?" Visit www.mvea.coop for entry qualifications and to complete an online entry form. Essays must be received by Monday, November 20, 2017 MVEA Scholarships Each year, MVEA awards 14 $1,000 scholarships to graduating high school seniors. It's one way we invest in our community and help ensure a bright future for the next generation of electric co-op members. The next scholarship application period will start September 1, 2017, and all applications are due by January 16, 2018. Learn More & Apply TODAY! www.mvea.coop/youth-programs MOUNTAIN VIEW ELECTRIC ASSOCIATION, INC Tel: (800) 388-9881 Stay Connected: Like Follow. Share 0D www.mwea.coop