Join us for a field trip to Dover! We'll tour Legislative Hall, chat with our legislative representatives over lunch and then sit in on the afternoon Legislative Session.
9:00 A.M. Tour Legislative Hall, Dover
10:15 A.M. Discussion with Senator David P. Sokola (D) in the Dover Library
11:30 A.M. Lunch with Representative Lyndon D. Yearick (R) at Frazier's Restaurant
1:00 P.M. Observe the General Assembly Sessions
This event is approved for 2 SHRM and HRCI credits.
The Delaware Legislative Hall is the state capitol building of Delaware located in the state capital city of Dover on Legislative Avenue. It houses the chambers and offices of the Delaware General Assembly. Legislative Hall is a Georgian Revival colonial structure of handmade brick and it has an 18th century style interior. Read More
Representative Lyndon D. Yearick
Representative Yearick brings 20 years of business experience to Legislative Hall. His background is diverse, ranging from housing and banking to healthcare and education. He holds a master’s degree in Business Administration from Penn State University and is a former small business owner. He has also worked as a public school educator, mentoring local elementary school students, and serving on advisory committees for both the Caesar Rodney and Polytech school districts. He serves District 34. Read More
Senator David P. Sokola
Senator Sokola has served in the chamber for over 20 years, having first been elected in 1990. Sokola received his B.S.P.E. from the University of Delaware and is the senior lab technician at the DuPont Experimental Station. He represents District: 8 (Newark/Hockessin). Read More
Delaware General Assembly
Today’s Delaware General Assembly carries on the proud tradition of constituent service and easy accessibility to the people which has sustained us for more than three centuries. Read the history of the General Assembly here
This event is a join initiative with the Delaware State Council and Delmarva SHRM.