The following information is for Students. Please contact our office for assistance with any questions or problems you may have.
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.
All Kids Resources
- Ben's Guide to U.S. Government for Kids: Ages 4-8
- Ben's Guide to U.S. Government for Kids: Ages 9-13
- U.S. Census Bureau Fact Finder Kids Page
- CIA Kids Page (Kindergarten-5th Grade)
- EPA Quizzes Page
- FBI Kids Page (3rd Grade- 8th Grade)
- FEMA For Kids (Federal Emergency Management Agency)
- Gearing Up for a Great Trip (Federal Trade Commission)
- Kids In the House
- U.S. Patent and Trademark Office's Kids Pages (Kindergarten-6th Grade)
- Congressman Veasey's Congressional Youth Advisory Council
- Ben's Guide to U.S. Government for Kids: Ages 14+
- CIA Kids Page (6th-12th Grade)
- EPA for Studetnts
- FBI Youth (3rd-8th Grade)
- Kids In the House
- 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)
- 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
- Congressional Black Caucus Foundation
CBCF has awarded scholarships to talented and deserving students for more than three decades. Thir programs support current or upcoming colege stdnets acros a variety of disciplines.
Financial Aid and Student Loans
- Types of Aid — View information about the types of aid available from the federal government and other sources: grants, scholarships, loans, and work-study programs, and learn how to lower your costs when you go to college.
- Who Gets Aid — Find out who gets aid, how to stay eligible, and how to get eligibility back if you’ve lost it.
- Apply for Aid — Learn how to submit your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®), how aid is calculated, and how you’ll get your aid.
- Repay Your Loans — Choose a repayment plan, pay on time, avoid default, and get help with problems.
- Including birth certificates, consumer protection, disaster preparedness, and unclaimed property.