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Students and Educators

Welcome Students and Educators! Click on the links below to explore different areas of Congress, including the Art Competition and Internships.


What does Congress do?
Learn all about the Legislative process here, including how a bill becomes a law and the House of Representatives' role in that process.

Just for Students
If you are a student who is passionate about government and politics, please click the link above for information about what I do and what your government can do for you. As Thomas Jefferson said, "Whenever the people are well-informed, they can be trusted with their own government." It starts with our students, so please visit the page and learn!

Opportunities for Young Leaders
For those students interested in leading and leadership, please click the above link to learn about internships, jobs, and other opportunities in both North Carolina and Washington, D.C.

Internships and Page Programs
Click here to learn about my internship programs and the page programs available in the North Carolina Congress.

Teacher in Congress
Learn about our annual internship for 5th District school teachers to travel to Washington, D.C. for a week of intensive learning and curriculum development activities each summer.

Just for Teachers
Educational tools and ideas for teachers, including resources from the Library of Congress and the National Archives.

Congressional Art Competition
Learn about the annual House Congressional Art Competition for amateur high-school artists and how to apply.

Our Constitution
Read the United States Constitution and learn more about this important founding document.

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