Congressman Rob Andrews
On November 4th, 60 students and staff members from the Gloucester Township Campus and Pennsauken Campus of Camden County Technical Schools participated in a “Question and Answer” meeting with Congressman Rob Andrews at the school district’s Gloucester Township Campus.
The students prepared excellent, thoughtful questions on a variety of topics such as teen violence, homelessness, healthcare reform, and how the legislative process works.
During his visit, Congressman Andrews encouraged the students to register to vote when they are of age, and described how they can make a difference.
“I always enjoy touching base with students and educators,” said Congressmen Andrews. “Students at Camden County Technical Schools receive a stellar education and have many opportunities afforded to them after they graduate.”
Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) Advisor and Early Childhood Education Career teacher, Julie Laucks, and her students had the pleasure of meeting Congressman Andrews while visiting the Capitol last month.
“During our meeting, we advocated for Career and Technical Education, Perkins Funding, and for providing healthy choices to children in their school and at home,” Mrs. Laucks said. “Congressman Andrews was very receptive to our ideas and made the students feel at ease.”