NRA Youth Education Summit Expands for 2018

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posted on December 12, 2017
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The NRA Youth Education Summit (Y.E.S.) has announced the addition of a second session in summer 2018, effectively doubling the number of recipients the program can accommodate. The NRA Y.E.S. program encourages young adults to become active citizens and leaders of tomorrow by learning about the Constitution and the Bill of Rights, the federal government and the importance of engaging in civic affairs. Competitive team debates and casual current events discussions highlight the diverse backgrounds and beliefs of participants while fostering fellowship and respect. The 2018 Y.E.S. sessions will be held July 9-15 and July 23-39. Attendees will compete for $55,000 in college scholarships through participation. Applications are now being accepted, and must be received by Jan. 12, 2018. yes.nra.org

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