Local students serve as “Senators for a Day”

More than 110 students and advisors from 11 secondary schools across the 21st Senatorial District had the opportunity to get a first-hand look at legislative and state government operations during a student government seminar hosted by Senator Scott Hutchinson on March 20 at Clarion University.

During the morning, the students divided into Senate committees to discuss bills, take positions on legislation and draft laws. The students came together after lunch to convene as the full Senate to consider the bills crafted by the committees.

“The students had the opportunity to see how state government works and how it reacts to public policy issues,” Senator Hutchinson said. “The attendees interacted with students from other high schools, elected officials and people in government relations while developing and voting on legislation as they served as members of the General Assembly.”

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Senate Majority Leader Dominic Pileggi and Senator Scott Hutchinson recognize Kevin Cheung, a student at Cranberry High School, for his service as Senate President during Senator Hutchinson’s Student Government Seminar.
Senator Scott Hutchinson discusses the legislative process with students from around the 21st Senatorial District during his Student Government Seminar held March 20 at Clarion University.
Pennsylvania State Senate Majority Leader Dominic Pileggi discusses the role of the Senate’s standing committees during Senator Hutchinson’s Student Government Seminar.
Senator Scott Hutchinson discusses the legislative process with students from around the 21st Senatorial District during his Student Government Seminar held March 20 at Clarion University.