GHC featuring two speakers as part of Women’s History Month | Local biologists, professors discuss the kinds of dinosaurs still alive and well in our world, in preparation for Jurassic Quest event | Skagit Valley College Foundation with new leader | Student Voices--Questioning fate: My journey as a 15-year-old college student | Edmonds College to participate in pilot program that trains students to fill workforce shortages | Institutions to help students navigate new FAFSA application | Sila battery plant forges educational partnership with Moses Lake schools during visit from U.S. Energy Secretary >>
Walla Walla Community College, Spokane Falls Community College, Yakima Valley College, Community Colleges of Spokane | SFCC program teaches students to create orthotics and prosthetics | Students and faculty at YVC get the chance to show off their craftsmanship at its semi-annual pottery sale | Explainer: Why families should get on top of applying for FAFSA, WASFA >>
Writing for the Winery class to return to WWCC | Guest Opinion: FAFSA opens doors for many students, their families | Pierce College is relaunching student newspaper: The Pinnacle | Grays Harbor College celebrates recent success of CDL graduation | Photography featuring Indigenous women on display at college’s Longhouse | Skagit Valley College Board of Trustees gets new member | Diversity series hosts speaker on race and justice during Black History Month >>
Clark College president reports 10% enrollment increase, $1M gift from Cowlitz Indian Tribe in State of the College Address | Shakespearian romantic comedy ‘Much Ado About Nothing’ opens at Centralia College | City of Coeur d’Alene finds malware in its computer system >>
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