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.
- Ben's Guide to U.S. Government for Kids: Kindergarten-2nd Grade
- Ben's Guide to U.S. Government for Kids: 3rd-5th Grade
- 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)
- 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)
- 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)
- 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.
- Student Financial Aid
Information is available to students to learn more about the process of locating and applying for financial aid.
The following links will provide interested students with information on a variety of different fellowships, internships, scholarships and job opportunities offered by various agencies of the federal government and other organizations. Fellowships and internships often require time away from your university, but present a fantastic opportunity to get a better idea of the career you wish to pursue once you graduate.
- Careers, Internships & Scholarships - the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
- Student Employment Opportunities - the U.S. Department of State
- Directory of Federal Postsecondary Educational Programs (searchable database) - the U.S. Department of Edcuation
- Jobs, Fellowships & Scholarships - the Corporation for National and Local Community Service
- Jacob K. Javits Fellowship Program - the U.S. Department of Education
- Internships & Special Programs - the U.S. Department of Agriculture
- John B. Pickett Fellowships in Criminal Justice Policy and Management
- Student Opportunities - the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
- Fellowships in International Studies - the Library of Congress
- Ron Brown Fellowship Program
This page provides a comprehensive list of Ohio's colleges and universities. Hyperlinks are included for those institutions which maintain official Web pages
Founded in 1969, AICUO represents 52 privately supported, nonprofit colleges and universities in Ohio, conducting public relations, research and government relations work for its members.
With this page you can access specific links to Web sites for institutions of higher education in Ohio. You can access one or many institutions at one time. Each institution also has a link to its assigned OLN Regional Coordinator.
Ohio Continuing Higher Education Association (OCHEA) is a not-for-profit organization of accredited, non-profit, degree-granting institutions of higher education in Ohio dedicated to human resource development through continuing education.
African American Higher Education in Ohio
Several important institutions are discussed below in terms of their contributions to African-American higher education and struggles for the abolition of slavery and the earning of rights by Blacks. The activities that accompany the histories below can be used to shed some light how the institutions addressed, and still address, the topic of African-American higher education.