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News Links | June 28, 2016

June 28, 2016

New coding boot camps to start this fall at Seattle Central College | State’s community colleges plan to ask for additional $141 million | Mother and son graduate high school together: 'Being on stage with my mom was surreal' | Richland, CBC planning program to train future health care providers | Skagit Valley College holds commencement | Doug Sly ends 31-year Big Bend CC career | New funding formula will mean cuts at some community colleges | 'Trashy Tuesdays' spiff up EdCC campus | Pilot program funds state inmates’ pursuit of college degrees | Seattle officials dismayed by high court’s immigration deadlock | Five Highline College employees win awards | Wounded warrior gifted year of free groceries | New film brings home plight of young Skagit Valley migrants | Preschool education the focus of new local job | Tacoma attorney named to state board | Cascades Job Corps names vendor, set to open class to 300 students in fall | CPTC manufactures professional managers | Boomer U: Graduating at 64 | Student from Libya first to take advantage of SCC-WSU architecture degree | 'They're all stars already' >>

News Links | June 23, 2016

June 23, 2016

Opening new doors | Great Northwest Wine: Dunham Cellars tops fourth Walla Walla Valley Wine Competition | 'Secret garden' a classroom for OC | 19-year-old Walla Walla man becomes global citizen | Clover Park Technical College selects interim leader | Community Colleges of Spokane cuts budget, but chancellor is optimistic | Clark College President Knight is 2016 First Citizen | How this two-year college is tackling the tech industry’s talent shortage | Inmates at Larch Corrections better themselves through educational programs | Grays Harbor College evacuated >>

News Links | June 21, 2016

June 21, 2016

Crash snapped his neck, but life in wheelchair doesn’t stop BTC grad | CPTC recognizes more than 400 graduates at 20th commencement ceremony | StoryCorps recordings become Spokane-centric programs | Kirkland college announces STEM scholarships for newly expanded transfer degrees | SFCC may move Pullman classes to WSU campus in January | Announcing Students in Need | Opinion: The flowers downtown seem impervious to the summer heat. What's up with that? | SPSCC graduation speaker hopes to cure mother’s incurable disease | Sometimes, LCC students just need a little boost to stay in school | Pasco council to consider land sale to CBC for student housing | CPTC: MLT students meet and greet lab professionals | Skagit Valley College hands out first bachelor's degrees | Photos: Centralia College holds commencement ceremony | More than 900 graduates celebrated at South Seattle College commencement | Opinion: Seattle couple donates 75 musical instruments to Everett school | Centralia College’s distinguished alumnus overcomes adversity | Green River College president resigns | Students look forward after graduating from Skagit Valley College | Slideshow | Mother, daughters to graduate together at Peninsula College | Clark College grads receive school’s first bachelor’s degrees | CBC Running Start graduate driven to succeed, just like her mother | CPTC: Computer programming students present spring quarter projects | Clark College heads to the Clark County Fair to demonstrate opportunities in STEM >>

News Links | May 3, 2016

May 03, 2016

State mandated survey on campus sexual violence distributed today at Washington community, technical colleges | Local engineering club races cars built and designed by them | Centralia College professor’s immersive teaching style helps lead to state award | Centralia College to accept applications for new bachelor’s degree starting Monday | Email scam may have disclosed private information of hundreds of Renton college employees | Centralia College to renovate clock tower | Volunteers clear hundreds of pounds of debris from Redondo Beach area | $8 million deficit to trigger Community Colleges of Spokane cutbacks | Words of advice from the Eastside’s brightest >>

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