2019 CONGRESSIONAL ART COMPETITION FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS: An Artistic Discovery
The Congressional Art Competition is the annual, nationwide Art Competition for High School Students, Sponsored by the Congressional Institute, and coordinated by Member of Congress in their districts. The winning entries from each participating district will be exhibited in a remarkable display in the United States Capitol in Washington DC for a year. Each winner is also invited to attend the opening ceremonies of the annual display at the Capitol. All entries must be received or picked up during the week before April School vacation. You can find information about the competition here: https://neal.house.gov/art-
2019 ACADEMY DAY – Each Year, Congressman Neal hosts an Academy Day. This is an informational seminar for young people interested in pursuing an Academy or similar education path. While it is recommended that interested juniors in High School attend Academy Day, interested high school students of all ages are welcome to attend. Through the years, this forum has become a valuable tool for interested students and their families to learn about service academies and other similar educational opportunities, and a useful first step in the process of obtaining a nomination to a service academy. TheUnited States Military Academy; United States Naval Academy; United States Air Force Academy; and the United States Merchant Marine Academy are the four service academies needing a nomination, and all participate in our Academy Day. Additionally, the United States Coast Guard Academy; Mass Maritime Academy; Norwich University; and ROTC programs are invited to participate, expanding the information available to young people. This year, Academy Day will be held on Saturday, April 27, at noon, at the Springfield Museums. All participants must pre-register. The Registration form and other information can be found here: https://neal.house.gov/
Please contact me if you need any further information.
Office of Congressman Richard E. Neal
300 State Street, Suite 200
Springfield, MA 01105
Phone: 413-785-0325 Fax: 413-747-0604
Special Interest Programs
Regis College will be hosting a girls STEM summit. A one day summit for high school girls in grades 8-12 who love Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. Register at www.Juniortech.org
College Planning Resource. Click on the link:http://www.annuity.org/financial-literacy/students/
STCC/WSHS CDEP Early College Pathways ('20-'21)-If you're interested in joining one of the WSHS/STCC Early College Pathway Programs please click link here and complete survey and Mr. Carter will follow up A.S.A.P.