Submitted photo Mount Vernon High School AP government students were able to interact with our federal government and international governments during their trip to Washington, D.C. The students are pictured here at The Capitol Building and include a mix of Juniors and Seniors: Zach Broeren, Charile Mayville, Mehmet Ali Schubel, Curtis Erlandson, Singkai Baker, Sarah Day, Clare Mazzei, Lauren Keaton, Gennette Saciri, Tyler Bills, Cole Rapp, Cassidy Daniels, Malcolm Macdonnell, Olivia Matulich, Noah Shremshock, Ganny Acker, Charlie Bonham, Ethan Buehrer, Max Chandler, Aidan Clarkson, Rachel Duvall, Makenzy Groom, Noah Hubbard, Fred Mayville, Isabel McDonald, Ashley Parsons, Gannon Reddy, Carson Rhoades and Halseighanne Thomas.

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Mount Vernon High School AP government students were able to interact with our federal government and international governments during their trip to Washington, D.C. The students are pictured here at The Capitol Building and include a mix of Juniors and Seniors: Zach Broeren, Charile Mayville, Mehmet Ali Schubel, Curtis Erlandson, Singkai Baker, Sarah Day, Clare Mazzei, Lauren Keaton, Gennette Saciri, Tyler Bills, Cole Rapp, Cassidy Daniels, Malcolm Macdonnell, Olivia Matulich, Noah Shremshock, Ganny Acker, Charlie Bonham, Ethan Buehrer, Max Chandler, Aidan Clarkson, Rachel Duvall, Makenzy Groom, Noah Hubbard, Fred Mayville, Isabel McDonald, Ashley Parsons, Gannon Reddy, Carson Rhoades and Halseighanne Thomas.

MOUNT VERNON — On a whirlwind four-day trip through Washington, D.C., Mount Vernon High School history teacher and City Councilman Jeff Gottke’s AP government classes were able to get a close look at how domestic and international government operates.

“It was nice to meet with people who work for the federal government,” Junior Clare Mazzei explained to the News. “We got to meet with another student’s uncle, who is a lobbyist.” Mazzei said that this lobbyist works to regulate the accounting industry in the federal government.

The AP classes and trip, according to Mazzei, are beneficial to students who are considering careers in policy-making, as the trip allowed them to interact with policy-makers first-hand.

“I want a career where I can help people through policy,” Mazzei explained.

 

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