More on Education

Jul 8, 2015

Winners of Congressional High School Art Competition Announced

The reception was at Pence Gallery in Davis. Congrats to grand prize winner Michael Hafferty of Sutter Union High School!

Jun 22, 2015

Hundreds Attend Woodland Job Fair Hosted by Congressman Garamendi

WOODLAND, CA – Today, hundreds of jobseekers from the Delta and Sacramento Valley attended a job fair in Woodland hosted by the Office of Congressman John Garamendi. Over 80 regional employers currently hiring participated in the job fair, with well over 500 jobs available for participants to apply for.

May 26, 2015

Winners of Congressional High School Art Competition Announced at Reception at Davis’ Pence Art Gallery

On Friday, Congressman John Garamendi (D-Fairfield, CA) was proud to announce the winners of this year’s Congressional High School Art Competition in the 3rd District at the Pence Gallery in Davis. His office received more than 60 pieces this year - a new record for the 3rd District.

May 18, 2015

Congressional Art Competition Reception

This Friday, May 22nd from 4:00 to 5:30pm at the Pence Gallery in Davis (212 D Street), our office will be hosting a reception honoring the hard work and accomplishments of the talented artists, parents and art teachers who contributed to the competition.

May 15, 2015

As Interest Rates Drop for New Student Loans, Garamendi Highlights Need for Refinancing Options

“Americans working in good faith to repay their student loans deserve access to the same lower interest rates as current students. A college education should be an investment into the future, not a ball-and-chain from the past. It’s time for Congress to vote on the Bank on Students Emergency Loan Refinancing Act."

Apr 17, 2015

At Advancing Women’s Careers and Dreams Conference, Garamendi & Experts Discuss Status of Women in the Workplace in 2015

The Congressman brought together experts and dozens of accomplished women in business, non-profits, and public service. He said, "In America today, women are taking their rightful place as equals at home, at work, and in the community, but as everyone in this room knows, we haven’t broken the glass ceiling yet."