THP to Provide Transportation to their Youth and Junior Trooper Academy in Nashville Area

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The Tennessee Highway Patrol (THP) is excited to offer youths who have an interest in pursuing a career in law enforcement the opportunity to attend THP's Youth and Junior Academy this summer!

The Junior Academy, designed for middle school students grades 5-8 will be June 25-29. The Youth Academy, designed for high school students grades 9-12 will be July 8-13.

Cadets will be provided educational and recreational experiences that involve respect, discipline, integrity, team building, physical fitness and much more.

In addition, cadets will be involved in a community service project supporting the Second Harvest Food Bank and the Nashville Rescue Mission. This will encompass a canned food drive where collected donations will directly support food banks in the cadets' communities.

Food donations can be dropped off at any one of our eight district headquarter locations."

Both academies are being held at the THP Training Center located at 283 Stewarts Ferry Pike in Nashville, Tennessee.

The Youth Academy only will be in-residence, overnight stay at the Training Center.

The THP will provide transportation for the Junior Academy cadets in Cookeville, Murfreesboro, Columbia, and Dickson.

Academy instructors will contact cadets in those areas to arrange transportation.

Applications are being accepted now. To apply, please visit or visit your local THP District Headquarters.

The deadline to apply is May 15 at 4:30 p.m. Acceptance letters will be mailed by May 20.


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