Directors and employees at Southeastern Indiana REMC want to see the communities we serve succeed. Why? The answer's simple: we live here, too.
Local people working for local good. That's the essence of the Seventh Cooperative Principle, “Concern for Community,” one of seven guidelines that govern electric cooperative operations.
Energize your student’s summer at Camp Kilowatt! This fun, powerful and unique camp experience is designed for students entering seventh grade in 2023. It’s June 7-10. Visit Campkilowatt.org to learn more. Apply by March 1!
Spend a day at the statehouse with students from around the state! See the Senate in action, tour the Statehouse, and pass your own legislation during a mock bill activity.
You must be available Jan. 25 and have reliable transportation to and from the Indiana Statehouse that day. The program is open to high school students. Please confirm with school administrators, but Page Day is considered an excused absence in most instances.
SEIREMC awards three $500 scholarships to eligible graduating Seniors in 2021. All eligible applicants are entered into a drawing, which take place during the REMC’s annual meeting.
The parents or legal guardians of the applicant must be a member of Southeastern Indiana REMC
The applicant must be a graduating senior
The recipient must enroll in post-secondary education as a full-time student
Indiana’s electric cooperatives and their statewide magazine, Indiana Connection, invite Indiana K-12 students to enter the Cooperative Calendar of Student Art Contest.
Artwork will be judged on artistic merit, originality, creativity and its suitability for a wall calendar. Indiana public, private or home-schooled students in kindergarten through 12th grade during the 2022-23 school year are eligible.
Through Operation Round Up, electric cooperative consumers can “round up” their electric bills with this spare change going into a fund to help others in their communities. Over the years, Operation Round Up has raised more than $50 million for cooperative communities.
The Youth Power and Hope Awards program honors students in fifth through eighth grades who are leaders in their communities.
Up to five qualified candidates will each receive $500, attend a special program in their honor this December and be featured in an upcoming issue of Indiana Connection.