2018-04-11 / Front Page

Endeavor awards FRS Youth Tour


Pictured, left to right, Joeli Hamilton, Darin LaCoursiere, CEO Endeavor Communications and Lauren Branneman. (Courtesy Photo) Pictured, left to right, Joeli Hamilton, Darin LaCoursiere, CEO Endeavor Communications and Lauren Branneman. (Courtesy Photo) A free trip to Washington, D.C. does not come along every day, but for two students, it has become a reality. Through its association with the Foundation for Rural Service (FRS), Endeavor Communications sponsors two students each year to attend the FRS Youth Tour, June 2-6, 2018.

This year’s winners are Joeli Hamilton and Lauren Branneman both of Cloverdale High School who will join nearly 100 other students from across the country at the FRS Youth Tour.

The youth tour participants receive a first-hand glimpse at how the legislative and regulatory decisions made in Washington, D.C. affect how their local service providers operate in their own hometowns. The trip features a comprehensive overview of the communications industry and the critical role communications plays in rural America. In addition to the educational component, the Youth Tour also introduces students to various historical landmarks.

To qualify, the student’s parents must be a member of Endeavor Communications, and the student must be age 16 or 17 years old at the time of the Youth Tour. Please encourage students to participate in this great opportunity. Applications and information regarding the youth tour can be found on our website www.weEndeavor.com or check with your high school guidance counselor.

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