One of the most important parts of my job as a Senator is acting on behalf of South Dakotans during times of need. I have highly qualified, talented individuals on staff, many of whom have years of experience dealing with casework on both the state and federal level. Whether we are the first call someone makes when dealing with a federal agency or their last call when they feel as if they can no longer fight the government on their own, we are here.
We can help you understand your rights and responsibilities relative to various federal programs and provide assistance as you work through a problem you may have with an agency.
I have the honor and privilege to recommend some of South Dakota’s most talented and skilled students to attend the U.S Service Academies.
Internship opportunities will be available in my Washington, D.C., Pierre, Rapid City and Sioux Falls offices during the Spring, Summer and Fall semesters.
Guidance and key resources to help eligible grantseekers find information on federal grants, loans, and nonfinancial assistance, as well as on private funding.
My office can request that an American flag be flown over the United States Capitol on most days of the year.
Our nation’s capitol is filled with historic landmarks and cultural institutions that people of all ages can enjoy.
The United States Senate Youth Program, established in 1962 by U.S. Senate Resolution, is a unique educational experience for outstanding high school students interested in pursuing careers in public service.
South Dakota is a beautiful, diverse state with a rich history that attracts many world travelers.
To commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Vietnam War, the Department of Defense has named Commemorative Partners to distribute lapel pins to Vietnam-era veterans.