Dinniman Announces $10K Historical Grant for East Bradford Township

EAST BRADFORD (January 22, 2020) – At this week’s meeting of the East Bradford Historical Commission, state Senator Andy Dinniman joined officials to celebrate and recognize a new historical grant he helped secure for the township. The $10,000 grant, awarded through...

Dinniman: $1.55 in State Funding Awarded to Expand Mushroom, Dairy Farming in Chester County

HARRISBURG (January 22, 2020) – Two projects in Chester County were awarded $1.55 million in total state funding to support mushroom agriculture and dairy funding, state Senator Andy Dinniman announced today. “Chester County has a rich agricultural heritage and...

Dinniman: Six School Districts Receive $210K in Funding for Science and Technology Education

WEST CHESTER – Six school districts in Chester County will receive $210,000 in total state funding to better prepare students with computer and technology skills, state Senator Andy Dinniman announced today. “Over the next decade, 71 percent of new jobs in...

Dinniman: Immaculata University Gets $30K to Prevent Sexual Assault on Campus

WEST CHESTER (January 15, 2020) – State Senator Andy Dinniman recently announced that Immaculata University will be receiving almost $30,000 in state grant funding to combat and prevent sexual assault on campus. The funding comes through the “It’s On Us PA”...

Dinniman Announces $150K for Business-Education Partnerships

WEST CHESTER (January 16, 2020) – State Senator Andy Dinniman announced today that the Chester County Workforce Development Board will receive $150,000 in state funding for programs to prepare students for in-demand technical careers. “This grant funding will go a...

Dinniman: New Nonprofit Security Grant Program Now Open

HARRISBURG (January 7, 2020) – Pennsylvania faith-based nonprofit organizations and those with diverse memberships can now apply for grants for vital security and safety improvements, state Senator Andy Dinniman announced today. The Pennsylvania Commission on...

Dinniman: West Chester University, Immaculata Get Grants for Opioid Prevention

WEST CHESTER (January 9, 2020) – Two universities in Chester County – West Chester University (WCU) and Immaculata University (IU) will receive more than $140,000 in funding to prevent and reduce opioid use on campus and to create naloxone training opportunities,...

Dinniman: Chester County Residents Can Apply for Census Jobs

WEST CHESTER (January 10, 2020) – Chester County residents looking for a job or additional work can apply for temporary employment with the 2020 Census, state Senator Andy Dinniman said today. The U.S. Census Bureau is currently looking to fill hundreds of thousands...

Dinniman, WCU Host Legislative Hearing on the Future of Higher Education

WEST CHESTER (January 8, 2020) – What will the university of the future look like and how will that impact the way Pennsylvania prepares young people and others for jobs and in the next decade and beyond? That question was the overarching subject of a Pennsylvania...

Dinniman Announces $30K in State Funding for Agricultural Education Programs

WEST CHESTER (January 6, 2020) – Three Chester County organizations will receive more than $30,000 in state grant funding to support youth agricultural education programs, state Senator Andy Dinniman announced today. “The science and technology of agriculture is...

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Dinniman Announces $10K Historical Grant for East Bradford Township

Dinniman Announces $10K Historical Grant for East Bradford Township

EAST BRADFORD (January 22, 2020) – At this week’s meeting of the East Bradford Historical Commission, state Senator Andy Dinniman joined officials to celebrate and recognize a new historical grant he helped secure for the township. The $10,000 grant, awarded through...