The Artistic Discovery Contest is the annual high school art competition that I sponsor in the 7th Congressional District. Learn more about the House of Representatives' nation-wide high school arts competition.
Birth certificates, marriage certificates, and death certificates are available through the Georgia office of vital statistics.
I run an internship program accepting college students interested in learning about the operations of a congressional office. In addition to general office support, interns assist my staff with constituent services, Capitol tours, and light research. Interns are also encouraged to attend hearings, lectures, and seminars available in Congress and around the Hill.
Resources for district residents who are seeking employment.
Each member of Congress, either in the House of Representatives or the Senate, is allowed a total of five appointees in each service academy. For each vacancy, I am allowed to nominate ten individuals. Learn more about the Military Academy nominations process.
For nearly 200 years, Pages served the House of Representatives by assisting Members of the House with their legislative duties. Over time, their principal tasks—carrying documents, messages, and letters between various congressional offices—passed from older messengers to teenage boys and (much later) girls. Their responsibilities also changed with the times, as Pages were required to go to school beginning in the first half of the 20th century.
In recent times, Pages were high school juniors with strong academic records who served for a fall, spring, or summer appointment. While serving the House, Pages lived in Washington D.C., at the Page Residence Hall, a few blocks away from the U.S. Capitol, and fall and spring Pages attended classes at the House Page School. Pages were selected by the Majority and Minority Leadership and sponsored by individual Members.
In August 2011, Speaker of the House John Boehner and Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi directed the Clerk of the House and other House officials to initiate the closing of the House Page Program. They cited advances in technology that reduced the need for services traditionally provided by Pages, as well as the high cost of the program.
The Office of the Clerk website offers more information on the history of the Page Program.
Learn about the process of locating and applying for financial aid.
For those constituents visiting the Washington D.C. area, I am pleased to offer this information on local tours and points of interest. My office can also help you make arrangements for some of the more popular Federal attractions in our Nation's Capital.
Other resources for parents
- Ben's Guide to U.S. Government for Kids: Parents and Teachers
- CIA Parents and Teachers Pages
- EPA Drinking Water & Ground Water Kids' Stuff
- FEMA For Kids Resouces For Parents and Teachers
- Kids in the House Information For Teachers
- Kids Privacy: For Parents
- Kids Privacy: For Teachers
- Missing Children in Georgia
- U.S. Patent and Trademark Office's Kids Pages
- Veteran Affairs Kids Teachers' Page
See also: Resources for students.