Support a clear path to STEM jobs: Cosponsor the Youth Access to American Jobs Act (H.R. 1050)

America needs to be telling its young people we will invest in them. One key way to do this is to make sure students get the skills needed to succeed in their careers. The Youth Access to American Jobs Act of 2017 creates a six-year pathway for high
school students training in STEM skills to graduate from community college and get plugged into an apprenticeship, preparing them for good-paying jobs in manufacturing or other in-demand industries.

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Support a Clear Path to STEM Apprenticeships and Jobs: Cosponsor the Youth Access to American Jobs Act

America needs to be telling its young people we will invest in them. One key way to do this is to make sure students get the skills needed to succeed in their careers. The Youth Access to American Jobs Act of 2017 creates a six-year pathway for high
school students training in STEM skills to graduate from community college and get plugged into an apprenticeship, preparing them for good-paying jobs in manufacturing or other in-demand industries.

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Support a clear path to STEM apprenticeships and jobs: Cosponsor the Youth Access to American Jobs Act

America needs to be telling its young people we will invest in them. One key way to do this is to make sure students get the skills needed to succeed in their careers. The Youth Access to American Jobs Act of 2017 creates a six-year pathway for high
school students training in STEM skills to graduate from community college and get plugged into an apprenticeship, preparing them for good-paying jobs in manufacturing or other in-demand industries.

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Support a clear path to STEM jobs: Cosponsor the Youth Access to American Jobs Act (H.R.1050)

America needs to be telling its young people we will invest in them. One key way to do this is to make sure students get the skills needed to succeed in their careers.
The Youth Access to American Jobs Act of 2017 creates a six-year pathway for high school students training in STEM skills to graduate from community college and get plugged into an apprenticeship, preparing them for good-paying jobs in manufacturing
or other in-demand industries.

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President Xi Jinping Takes Charge: China’s Political Landscape After the 19th Party Congress.

As Co-Chairs of the US-China Working Group, we wanted to flag this invite (details below) by UC San Diego’s 21st Century China Center and the US Asia Institute on “Xi Takes Charge: China’s Political Landscape after the 19th Party Congress”. The briefing
will take place this Monday, October 23, 2017, from 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm in U.S. Capitol Visitor Center, Room HVC-201. To RSVP please email the US Asia Institute at   usai@usasiainstitute.org  If you have any questions or would like to join the US-China Working
Group, please contact Terra Sabag of Congressman Larsen’s staff at Terra.Sabag@mail.house.gov or Ashley Antoskiewicz of Congressman LaHood’s staff at Ashley.Antoskiewicz@mail.house.gov.

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President Xi Jinping Takes Charge: China’s Political Landscape After the 19th Party Congress.

As Co-Chairs of the US-China Working Group, we wanted to flag this invite (details below) by UC San Diego’s 21st Century China Center and the US Asia Institute on “Xi Takes Charge: China’s Political Landscape after the 19th Party Congress”. The briefing
will take place this Monday, October 23, 2017, from 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm in U.S. Capitol Visitor Center, Room HVC-201. To RSVP please email the US Asia Institute at   usai@usasiainstitute.org  If you have any questions or would like to join the US-China Working
Group, please contact Terra Sabag of Congressman Larsen’s staff at Terra.Sabag@mail.house.gov or Ashley Antoskiewicz of Congressman LaHood’s staff at Ashley.Antoskiewicz@mail.house.gov.

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EWWG Briefing: “Electronic Warfare & Electromagnetic Spectrum Operations”

As Co-Chairs of the bipartisan Electronic Warfare Working Group, we invite you and your staff to a briefing which will familiarize policymakers with the Pentagon EW Executive Committee. 
The presentation will include a discussion of current efforts of the EW Executive Committee to coordinate Department-wide EW strategy.  Please mark your calendars for:

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