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Field Guide 2022

Strengthening Washington's Economy

To get a good job these days, people need education past high school. As Washington state continues to grapple with COVID-19 and its effect on the economy, a certificate or degree is even more valuable.

At Washington's 34 community and technical colleges, people from all ages and backgrounds can learn skills to survive this economic crisis and thrive on the other side, with better jobs than they had before. New high school graduates, laid-off workers, seasoned employees, future university students — all count on community and technical colleges to learn, grow, and challenge themselves. As the colleges that serve Washingtonians hardest hit by this crisis, we are key to creating a stronger and more inclusive economy post-COVID. 

The 2022 Field Guide features exceptional work underway at our local community and technical colleges on behalf of the 278,000  we serve each year. Take a look to learn more about the life-changing work happening every day across Washington.

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Whether they're 16 or 60, live in an urban or rural area, our students have a place at Washington's community and technical colleges.

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Last Modified: 1/14/22, 11:50 AM

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