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News Links | November 22, 2016

November 22, 2016

Boeing grant supports internships for low-income students | Skagit Valley College auto tech program gets boost from donation | Taking flight training to new heights with one-of-a-kind airplane | Working in Clark County: Tim Hensley, warehouse coordinator at Clark County Food Bank | Local agencies practice new techniques in active shooter drill | Thanking those who served: Veterans Day 2016 | Scholarships awarded in memory of murdered Seattle Central College student | Engineering Night at Big Bend connects students with local engineers | Students experience robotic surgery technology | Seattle community-college faculty plan walkout over pay >>

News Links | November 8, 2016

November 08, 2016

New center focuses on helping veterans succeed in college | Mount Vernon graduate reaches for stars | Music as medicine: Willow Song’s Carla Carnegie helps patients improve their lives with music | Veterans services director receives state award | WCC to offer Bachelor of Applied Science Degree in IT Networking | Peninsula College hosts open house at Port Angeles composites center | Bates Technical College appoints Hamilton executive director and general manager of KBTC | Abundance of generosity at Emergency Food Network dinner and auction | LWTech Foundation raises $114,000 for scholarships >>

News Links | November 1, 2016

November 01, 2016

Kirkland tech institute lets students decide what math and English classes to take | Sedro-Woolley School District expands STEM network | Gallery: At college and afloat, Halloween isn’t just for kids | Culinary students work together to create Oktoberfest feast | Edmonds Community College musicians hope to play in Cuba | Opinion: Push for international students as CBC has merit | CPTC alum takes sugar skills to “Halloween Wars” | Local man an explorer of Washington's beer scene | Día de los Muertos at SPSCC: A lesson in understanding and tolerance | Columbia Basin College looks to start international program to draw students | Students get glimpse into careers | Apple STEM grant | Centralia College mechatronics programs receives $300,000 federal grant | CHS students learn about WWCC Nursing program with hi-tech simulators | Swinomish Police Department gets new chief | South Seattle College encourages Seattle City Council to expand 13th Year Promise Scholarship >>

News Links | October 27, 2016

October 27, 2016

Pierce College celebrates 50 years of serving students, community | Bellevue College alumnus’ tiny home vision earns him award | Big Bend's Medical Simulation Lab preps students for real life injuries | PT may finally be known as a 'college town' | Green River College begins search for next president | Chemistry experiment turns Daises into juice sleuths | H.S. classes offer bypass to remedial courses | With help of Opportunity Scholarship, man goes from homeless to UW master’s degree program | Clark culinary program getting a new home | Cyber security program offers some students another chance | AMTEC expansion celebrated In Everett | Prison basketball game changes inmate's life >>

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