Students' and Kids' Section

STUDENTS

Our younger constituents are the future of our district and providing them information that can enhance their education is important to their development. Below are some resources that will be useful to kids. In addition, there are resources for parents. The following information is for Students. Please contact our office for assistance with any questions or problems you may have.


ALL KIDS RESOURCES

-America's Library
-National Agricultural Library: Kids and Teens
-Park Smart
-White House 101


KINDERGARTEN-5TH GRADE

-Ben's Guide to U.S. Government for Kids: Kindergarten-5th Grade
-U.S. Census Bureau Fact Finder Kids Page
-CIA Kids Page (Kindergarten-5th Grade)
-EPA Drinking Water & Ground Water Kids' Stuff (Kindergarten-3rd Grade)
-EPA Drinking Water and Ground Water Kids' Stuff (4th-8th Grade)
-FBI Kids Page (Kindergarten-5th Grade)
-FEMA For Kids (Federal Emergency Management Agency)
-Gearing Up for a Great Trip (Federal Trade Commission)
-Kids In the House: Young Learners
-Kids In the House: Grade School
-U.S. Patent and Trademark Office's Kids Pages (Kindergarten-6th Grade)


6TH-12TH GRADE

-Ben's Guide to U.S. Government for Kids: 6th-8th Grade
-Ben's Guide to U.S. Government for Kids: 9th-12th Grade
-CIA Kids Page (6th-12th Grade)
-EPA Drinking Water & Ground Water Kids' Stuff (4th-8th Grade)
-EPA Drinking Water & Ground Water Kids' Stuff (9th-12th Grade)
-FBI Youth (6th-12th Grade)
-Kids In the House: Middle School
-Kids In the House: High School
-National Center for Education Statistics Kids' Zone (Part of the U.S. Department of Education)
-U.S. Patent and Trademark Office's Kids Pages (6-12 Grade)
-You Are Here - where kids learn to be smarter consumers (5-8 Grade)


COLLEGE

Internship Opportunities
An internship in my office provides a great opportunity for students to learn first-hand how our government works. Interns gain valuable knowledge and experience by having hands-on opportunity to learn about the legislative process, as well as the operations of a Congressional office.

Military Academy Nominations
Young people who are genuinely interested in pursuing a career in the military service and who are looking to build a career foundation at one of our esteemed service academies are encouraged to open a file in the Congressional District office by sending a letter of interest.

Student Financial Aid
Information is available to students to learn more about the process of locating and applying for financial aid.

Additional resources
Including birth certificates, consumer protection, disaster preparedness, and unclaimed property.


Just for Kids


Below you will find exciting information about the United States government and other fun things.
Do You Know What Happened on This Date in History?

Fun and Educational Links

Ben's Guide to U.S. Government
Learn how your U.S. Government works, about its history and your civic responsibilities by reading these pages and playing the games on this site.

Kids in the House: The Official Kids' Page of the U.S. House of Representatives
Learn about the legislative process and its effect on you. Experience the exciting world of government like you never have before.

Whitehousekids.gov
Visit the White House's official page for kids and learn about the President, his responsibilities and the history of the office.

Kids' Post
Read news just for kids at the Washington Post Kids Page.

First Gov for Kids
The federal government's portal for fun, educational and safe sites for kids.

CIA's Homepage for Kids
Learn what it takes to be a spy, read about the history of the CIA and try on spy disguises.

NASA Just for Kids
Learn about our missions to space, new technologies and the history of our space program.

National Children's Museum
Take a tour of the National Children's Museum.

EPA's Explorers' Club
Learn about the environment and what you can do to protect it.

Smithsonian Kids' Castle
The Smithsonian's official site for kids includes games and learning material about the things that kids are interested in.

The Congressional Award
The Congressional Award is a public partnership created by Congress to promote and recognize achievement, initiative, and service in America's youth. The Congressional Award provides a unique opportunity for young people to set and achieve personally challenging goals that build character and foster community service, personal development, and citizenship.

Congress for Kids
A kid friendly introduction to everything you need to know about the House of Representatives.

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