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The National Rural Electric Youth Tour will take place June 10 – 18, 2016 in Washington, D.C. DMEA covers all costs to participate in either program, including travel, lodging, and food. Applicants must be current high school students, between the ages of 16 and 18 as of June 1, 2016, and be dependents of a DMEA member. State Representative Crisanta Duran, House Majority Leader, to be keynote speaker at Jefferson-Jackson Dinner February 27.
Background: Born and raised in Groningen, the Netherlands, I started my academic career at the University of Groningen where I studied Computing Science. As career in Information Technology did not satisfy my need for intellectual depth and inspiration, guided by my lively interest in animal welfare, I took up Veterinary Medicine at Utrecht University.

I am currently enrolled in the Clinical Rotations that will allow me to graduate in early 2010. Interests: I like to travel and broaden my horizons, meet people with different backgrounds and lifestyles. Career Goal: I would like to contribute to the understanding and improvement of animal welfare. Advocating innovation and risk-taking to promote institutional change, our outstanding faculty introduce students to new possibilities for student learning, school improvement, social equity, and creative school design. We will sponsor one student to attend the National Rural Electric Youth Tour in Washington, D.C.
The week of activities begins in Denver where students from around the state visit the state capitol and are introduced to the electric cooperative industry with a presentation from Tri-State G&T.
This weeklong adventure brings together more than 100 students from Colorado, Kansas, Wyoming, and Oklahoma at the Glen Eden resort in the mountains north of Steamboat Springs, CO. It enabled me to visit the University of Bourgogne at Dijon (France) as an exchange student and join the Face Recognition lab at the University of Texas at Dallas for two semesters after my graduation. Joining the faculty honors research program in 2006, I was very happy to dedicate myself for 15 months to multidisciplinary research at the Ethology and Welfare division where I applied my background in Computer Science to the problems encountered in the use of automated behavior registration. It would be great if I could combine that aspiration with my ambition to conduct research in a multidisciplinary environment, if possible combined with clinical work.

This experience kindled my interest in multidisciplinary research in an international setting. To compensate for the inevitable caloric intake and balance an overactive mind I love to practice yoga and wander into the outdoors. Nevertheless, this is not a plan set in stone and I am very willing to be surprised by whatever life has in store for me.
Current high school students between the ages of 16 and 18, as of June 2016, are encouraged to apply.
They will visit the Arlington National Cemetery, stroll through the Smithsonian museums, tour historic monuments, meet elected officials, and learn about the role of electric cooperatives in today’s world. They will participate in a variety of activities that to develop leadership skills, communication, and teamwork. This once-in-a-lifetime experience ends with a dinner and dancing cruise on the Potomac River. Students learn leadership skills through hands-on activities, and their teambuilding is put to test on a raft trip down the Colorado River.

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