ICUA Youth Rally

Thank you everyone for your interest, the 2023 camp if full!

Hone Your Leadership Skills and Earn Money For College at the ICUA Youth Rally!

The students chosen to represent UEC at the Idaho Consumer-Owned Utilities Association’s (ICUA) annual Youth Rally, pictured left, will spend a week at the College of Idaho in Caldwell building leadership skills, learning more about the electric utility industry and having a really fun time!

Each year, UEC sponsors several local high school students at the Idaho Consumer-Owned Utilities Association’s (ICUA) annual Youth Rally. For one week, youth — representing Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, and Alaska — converge in Caldwell, Idaho, at the College of Idaho Campus to participate in a variety of educational activities and leadership classes to build skills in leadership, teamwork, perseverance, and more. Students have a chance to also learn more about government, drug and alcohol awareness, and the electrical/energy industry.

  • Camp Dates: July 10th -15th at The College of Idaho Campus in Caldwell, Idaho
  • Application Due Date: March 30, 2023 – complete the form below or download the application.

Additional Information

  • Open to qualified high school students whose parent or guardian is a current member of Umatilla Electric Cooperative.
  • Applicants must be available for an informal ten-minute interview. The dates and times of the interviews will be coordinated with each respective applicant or high school.
  • Selection criteria include community/school involvement and personal attributes.
Download Application

ICUA Youth Rally

Part 1: Applicant Information

Street Address
Parent(s) / Guardian(s) Full Name
How do you prefer to be contacted?(Required)
Check all that apply
To be used on your ICUA Youth Tour Event ID.
Max. file size: 100 MB.

Part 2: Personal & Academic Achievements

Describe your participation in clubs, sports, groups, organizations, leadership positions you hold.
Describe your participation in church groups, community organizations, and civic groups, statewide or national organizations.

Part 3: Parental Consent

Parent/Guardian eSign Consent(Required)
Please type your full name below.