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News Links | October 20, 2016

October 20, 2016

Seattle nonprofit seeks to help people with criminal records get jobs in tech | Phi Theta Kappa inducts 16 new members at BBCC | Senate candidate square off at forum at RTC | EvCC now offering Arlington classes | Bittersweet Chocolates – Artisan chocolate makers land in downtown Olympia | CBC plots $10M culinary move to Kennewick waterfront | Port of Port Angeles approves $4 million for interior work on composites center | Lauren Love brings new energy to SPSCC’s drama department | Skagit Valley College Powwow celebrates dance, community >>

News Links | October 11, 2016

October 11, 2016

Woodland woman joins LCC governing board | Panel looks at American Dream, inequality | New Seattle Maritime Academy ready to train future mariners | Kent resident appointed to Green River Board of Trustees | Comics a unique window into America's past | TCC professors at Asia Future Conference | CPTC students share massage skills with screening patients | Right at the STEM: Carol Hsu mentors NERD Girls, promotes engineering careers | Thurston County military veterans will benefit from new service hub | People news: Jeff Davis, former Port of Olympia commissioner, is named to SPSCC board of trustees | Centralia College’s new clock tower almost complete | Choux choux offers its delicious take on French pastries and breads | Early WW winemaker’s life, contributions portrayed at museum | ‘I have always felt like an American:’ 19 new citizens welcomed at Olympia ceremony >>

News Links | September 29, 2016

September 29, 2016

Local teddy bear drive gets boost from correctional facility inmates | New student advisors sworn in by Edmonds School Board | Bellingham Technical College classes will continue as contract talks approach resolution | Washington community college software system ctcLink now two years behind schedule, $10 million over budget | The crazy price of college textbooks is pushing more US universities to adopt an “open-source” solution | Briefs: $314,000 grant to develop retail management program at EvCC | Success-tech triumphs in higher ed >>

News Links | September 22, 2016

September 22, 2016

Centralia College to offer bachelor's degree in teacher education in fall 2017 | Big Bend brings emerging technology to Medical Simulation Lab | A chat with Dr. Jim Minkler: Grays Harbor College welcomes a new president | Edmonds CC faculty member elected to cybersecurity curriculum standards panel | Pierce College student lends a hand overseas | Back to the books Big Bend students dive into fall quarter | 172 youths completed Tacoma’s youth summer jobs program | Julie McDonald commentary: Leave a legacy through books, art and stories | Krissy Kim recognized with Anna Sue McNeil Assessment, Teaching and Learning Award | Write in the Harbor 2016 conference offers something for writers at all levels >>

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