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Day at the Capitol

February 13, 2020 • Georgia State Capitol

Join fellow CTSO members from across the state of Georgia in advocating for CTE education in Georgia. Students will meet with their local representatives and have a chance to discuss the benefits of CTE education and their stories in a face to face meeting with members of the legislature.

Day at the Capitol Information

When:

February 13, 2020

 

Register Here:

 https://skillsusageorgia.wufoo.com/forms/r1ri8hys1oss0rj/

 

Registration Deadline:

January 23rd, 2020 

 

New!

This year SkillsUSA Georgia will be joining all Georgia CTSOs for one big day of advocacy at the Capitol. Each chapter is still encouraged to make appointments to visit their legislator as that is the purpose of this event. The Georgia CTSO Coordinator will work to secure a time and location for a group photo with the Governor. Those details will be released closer to date.**

 

This gives members and advisors an opportunity to visit the State Capitol while the General Assembly is in session. It is our best opportunity to inform legislators of the value of SkillsUSA and Career, Technical and Agricultural Education. Legislators rely heavily on the viewpoints expressed by their local constituents when they make important decisions regarding educational issues. A day spent actively participating and engaged with our legislators provides an effective voice for our organization. A visit to the Georgia Capitol also offers students an opportunity to view first-hand state government in action and to learn about the judicial and lawmaking processes.

 

Agenda:

The agenda for the Day at the Capitol is your legislative appointments only. There is no official meeting prior to or after your appointments. Materials for your meeting(s) with your legislators will be mailed to you in February 2020 (Day TBD). 

Advisors should use the lesson plan provided to prep students for their visits with their legislator. 

Please click the below links to discover Day at the Capitol documents.