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News : Trip To Washington, DC Available For High School Juniors
Posted by Tom on 2013/12/27 10:20:04 (262 reads) News by the same author

GRM Networks will provide an all-expense paid trip for two high school juniors to the Foundation For Rural Service Youth Tour of Washington, DC from May 31st through June 4th.

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There will be visits to national landmarks, including the U.S. Capitol Building, Arlington National Cemetery, Mount Vernon, and the Smithsonian Institution. Tour participants also get a first hand look at the legislative and regulatory processes that affect telecommunications. Students must be under the age of 18 at the time of the youth tour. Parents or guardians of applicants must be members of GRM Networks.

Relatives of GRM Networks employees are NOT eligible. Application forms for the youth tour may be obtained from the guidance counselor of any high school served by GRM Networks. Application forms also are available at GRM Networks business offices, or online at www.grm.net.

Applications should be returned to the attention of Amy Clapham at GRM Networks in Princeton. Applications must be postmarked by March 14th. A committee of GRM Networks board members will interview the finalists in April.

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