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Amid Global Pandemic And Increased Reliance On Broadband Technology For School, Work, Medicine, & More For Rural Communities, Brindisi Calls For Strong Investment & Real Solution
Congressman Includes Key Transparency Provisions In Broadband Proposal
Brindisi: If We Are Serious About Bridging The Urban-Rural Digital Divide, We Need To Invest In Our Broadband Infrastructure
Congressman Anthony Brindisi announced a more than $1 million grant for Opportunities for Chenango. These funds, administered through the Department of Health and Human Services, are used for the early childhood education program Head Start. Brindisi, a former school board member, is a strong advocate for federal funding of rural schools and communities.
Brindisi Honors Little Falls Artist Emma Dooley
Congressman Anthony Brindisi hosted a virtual art show featuring young artists from across New York’s 22nd district. Brindisi announced Emma Dooley, of Little Falls, as the winner of Brindisi’s Congressional Art Competition and recognized several local artists for their submissions.
Brindisi: This Funding Will Help Train Our Young People and Bring Good-Paying Jobs to NY-22
Congressman Anthony Brindisi today announced a U.S. Department of Labor grant totaling more than $1 million for Mohawk Valley Community College. The grant is part of the Department’s new Job Corps Scholars program. The program is designed to provide at-risk youth with job skills, educational opportunities, and employment counseling.
NY-22 Middle School and High School Students Encouraged to Show Off Their Coding Skills in National Competition
Brindisi: Let’s Show That Upstate New York is Leading in STEM Education
Congressman Anthony Brindisi announced his 2020 Congressional App Challenge, an app-building competition for students in grades 6-12 in New York’s 22nd District.
Congressman Announces National Science Foundation Grant To Prepare STEM Teachers In Rural School Districts
Congressman Anthony Brindisi announced a $1.1 million National Science Foundation (NSF) grant for Utica College. The grant, for the NSF’s “Preparing STEM Teachers to Serve in High-Need, Rural School Districts” project, totals $1,188,783. Brindisi, a champion for rural education and STEM teaching, hailed the grant for the Mohawk Valley.
Following Bipartisan, Local Drumbeat Lead By Brindisi, Congressman Delivers Millions For State and Local Governments and Frontline Workers
In Addition To Billions In Aid To New York, Brindisi’s Rural Hospital Legislation Included In Latest Coronavirus Relief Bill
Brindisi: During This Difficult Time We Need To Work Together To Provide Relief For Our State & The Heroes Act Delivers
Amid Coronavirus Pandemic, Distance Learning, and Canceled Graduation Ceremonies, Congressman Offers Words of Encouragement to Upstate NY Graduates
Brindisi: No Matter What the Future Holds, I am Confident That Our Graduates Will Achieve Great Things
Congressman Secures Money Through Bipartisan CARES Act
Congressman Anthony Brindisi announced more than $42 million for district higher education institutions. The funds come as part of the bipartisan CARES Act, which Brindisi supported.
Congressman Announces Six Figure Distance Learning Grant for Oswego County BOCES
Brindisi: These dollars will help thousands of residents across Oswego County
Congressman Brindisi announced that Oswego County BOCES will receive a United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Distance Learning and Telemedicine Grant totaling $420,449. According to USDA, an estimated 12,594 residents and students will benefit.