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News Links | July 14, 2016

July 14, 2016

Latina vineyard workers get opportunities through women-only college course | Peninsula College will use "Guided Pathways" to steer students | Bates Technical College students win medal, certificate at national competition | Retired art instructor donates sculpture to EvCC | Carbon fibre recycling partnership deal signed in Washington state | Local woodcarver makes something out of nothing | Researchers collect seal scat to study decline of fish | South Puget Sound Community College awarded $500,000 grant for Guided Pathways program >>

News Links | July 12, 2016

July 12, 2016

The sky isn’t the limit for this Everett CC grad | Boeing workers were ‘part of something remarkable’ | People strut their stuff at the Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event | BofA grant keeps focus on financial education at Clark College | Skagit County Sea-Tech 4-H teams take part in international competition | Native American students explore Aboriginal cultures with Sydney's Eora College in study tour | Norm Dicks’ powerful finesse brought Boeing back to Pierce County | New farming practicum gives students hands-on experience | Pierce College students serve overseas during summer break | Two new apprenticeship programs in Seattle area aim to launch tech careers | Whatcom Community College to get $500,000 in medical program grants | SWAT team called out to reports of shooter in Wenatchee neighborhood | Building a better Washington | Learning by doing >>

News Links | May 24, 2016

May 24, 2016

Skagit Valley College president honored as distinguished WWU alumni | Choosing a technical school over college can save you thousands | Green River College faculty on strike over proposed program cuts | Clark College awaits further approval of second baccalaureate program | Bridging the gap: CPTC hosts Japanese medical lab students | Bellevue College students criticize campus response to hate speech | Opinion: Jobs and education on agenda in Olympia | Bellingham Technical College wins OK for first B.A. degree | Dental education center opens in June to provide care to low-income, uninsured patients | Green River College business students develop, launch businesses | How Washington community colleges are helping more students transfer | High levels of lead, iron found in water in SFCC building | LCC class aims to improve communication skills by working with horses | Wake-up call | Opinion: State still short-changes community-technical college funding | YVC, again: Yakima's college dropping 'Community' | College grads celebrate success | 2016 Student of Distinction: Sydney Bertholf | OC invites high school students of ethnic descent to tour campus | Three architectural firms take home AIA awards | Opinion: Community colleges feeling the budget pinch | College in prison >>

News Links | May 5, 2016

May 05, 2016

Latino film series: Sharing culture on the silver screen | State Board looks at bachelor’s degree for Grays Harbor College | Interim chief named permanent at Seattle Central College >>

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