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Youth Tour

Rural Electric Youth Tour offers high school juniors the opportunity to visit Washington, D.C.for a week and experience all the beauty and history of our nation's capital. Youth Tour participants will have the opportunity to see the U.S. Capitol, meet with congressmen from their state, tour national monuments and memorials, and visit the National Zoo as well as the Smithsonian museums. While on tour students attend an All States Dinner Dance where they will have the chance to meet students from across the country. Best of all, Youth Tour is an all-expenses paid trip!  Watch a great video here!

Meet PEC's 2017 delegates, Hannah Price and Cheyenne Falland along with their moms: Click here

PEC selects the winners from students who take a written test over material about rural electrification. Local high schools are given the opportunity to participate as a host testing site each fall. School presentations currently scheduled include the following: Moss High School, Thursday, January 4; Ada High School, Tuesday, January 9; Holdenville and Roff High Schools on Wednesday, January 10; Vanoss High School, Wednesday, January 17; Stratford High School, Wednesday, January 17; Mill Creek High School, Tuesday, January 23; Tupelo High School, January 23; Coalgate High School, Wednesday, January 24; Calvin High School, Thursday, January 25; Stonewall High School, Tuesday, January 30; Byng High School, Wednesday, January 31; Latta High School, Monday, February 5.

This test will also be administered at PECís headquarters on Saturday, February 10, 2018 at 10 AM. Registration for this yearís Youth Tour test is now open and required for participation. Ready to register for this yearís Youth Tour test on Saturday, February 10, 2018 at 10 AM? Click here.

Study materials are available to download: Download Youth Tour study materials here or can be mailed upon request.

At the conclusion of the testing dates, an invitation is extended to the students receiving the top 10 scores on these tests in order to compete in an interview competition. Three judges are selected from outside PEC's service territory to conduct the interviews and select the winners of PEC's Youth Tour competition. These judges select the two winners from the top 10 competitors. The two winners receive an all-expense-paid trip to Washington D.C. and travel with other students from across the state who win similar contests.

Questions about Youth Tour or need additional information? We encourage interested students and parents to visit or contact PEC by phone: (580) 272-1553 or by email:

Below are PEC's 2017 Youth Tour delegates (l-r): Hannah Price of Ada High School and Cheyenne Falland of Vanoss High School.