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News Links | December 22, 2015

December 22, 2015

Opinion: Helping college students find their paths | CBC, EWU pen agreement to send more students toward Cheney | CPTC: Student leader finds success as software engineer | Columbia Basin College to start food truck training | Grays Harbor College to offer first four-year degree | Kirkland college student earns manufacturing scholarship | 'Santa' class rehabbing car so Peninsula College student can care for son | CBC considering student housing for Pasco campus | Students pitch products during business week at Centralia College | Green River College educator receives Evergreen Teacher Excellence Award | One of America’s top community colleges spurs economic prosperity, educates local prison inmates — and serves wine at its lectures | Pierce College child development centers receive national recognition | Centralia College offers new FANUC robot certification | CPTC: ‘Never stop learning’ | Brewing class on tap for Skagit Valley College | CBC joins effort to help train new food truck operators | Local duo featured in short documentary on Down syndrome | Former BTC President Des McArdle dies | College program for students with intellectual disabilities grows >>

News Links | December 1, 2015

December 01, 2015

Education program gives prisoners a second chance | Whatcom View: After Black Friday, give back on Tuesday | Culinary students create holiday meals | Pastry students build unique gingerbread house | CPTC: Pharmacy technician instructor receives state award | Bates named top school for service members, veterans, dependents | South Seattle College Aviation Maintenance program gets a Lear Jet >>

News Links | November 19, 2015

November 19, 2015

Yakima Valley Community College wins big at Tri-Cities Wine Festival | American Indian dances showcased at CBC | CPTC: Bringing together the aviation community | WCC wins cybersecurity grants | Following a dream | Brawl for the best food-truck fare | InspireHer program shows girls many paths to success | DelBene hosts annual 1st District career fair at Lake Washington Institute of Technology in Kirkland | Pierce College ranked No. 1 community college for veterans in the state | Chuckanut Brewery opening second brewery | Ceramic artist Joe Batt explores ubiquity of digital technology | Centralia College stages 200th play | CPTC: Veterans Day ceremony 2015 >>

News Links | November 4, 2015

November 04, 2015

Edmonds Community College Healthcare program receives $15 million grant | Finishing college, not just high school, is Tacoma group’s new mantra | CBC Awards Over One Million Dollars in Scholarships This Year | Student success program Pathways Project coming to South Seattle College | In Our View / Cheers: Clark College STEM building | New Bachelor Program Approved at Centralia College | Pierce College holds series of emergency preparedness training | Edmonds Community College Foundation to host Breakfast for Champions | School Winners: Hilton honored by White House | CPTC Faculty Receive Training on Active Threats | Bates: Transforming futures with valuable support services | Pierce College hosts Japanese nursing students during three-day study tour | Peierls Foundation honored at Lake Washington Institute of Technology Benefit | Bellevue College opens professional-grade health sciences facility | Our Voice: Providing two free years of college a worthy goal >>

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