By Kyle Jillson | January 27 2012 10:28
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The deadline to apply for this year's Youth Education Summit is February 1 — less than a week away.

Interested in visiting the Nation's Capital? Felt the need to develop a greater understanding and appreciation for the United States Constitution, the Bill of Rights and the workings of the federal government? If you're a high school sophomore or junior in good academic standing, you shouldn't pass up the opportunity to become part of the NRA's Youth Education Summit (Y.E.S.).

Open only to sophomore or junior students, Y.E.S. is a once in a lifetime, seven-day, all-expense-paid leadership week in Washington, DC, featuring tours of the U.S. Capitol, National Archives Museum, Pentagon, NRA National Firearms Museum and more.

Y.E.S. also features opportunities to earn scholarships.

For those who excel during the week's activities, there are $10,000 worth of scholarships to be had. And afterward, for those who share with people back home what they learned during Y.E.S., there's an additional $20,000 in scholarships up for grabs.

If seven days in the Nation's Capital meeting new people and learning about our great nation sounds like a good way to spend your week, apply for the NRA's Youth Education Summit today. The application deadline is February 1, 2012!. It's not too late to apply, but in a week it will be.

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