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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 | June 9, 2016

June 09, 2016

Stensager, Messmer to be honored with Pioneer Award on Sunday | High pay, low costs make two-year college increasingly appealing for Puget Sound grads | Nursing students talk mental health | Skagit Valley College Culinary Arts students medal at regional competition | Function, flexibility and fresh air at area schools | Grays Harbor College to offer commercial food prep and service program | CPTC: Student involvement: CPTC awakens the force | Opinion: Chancellor Jill Wakefield leaves legacy of options for Seattle students | TCC Community Garden is flourishing | Bates Technical College welcomes new dean of instruction >>

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 | April 14, 2016

April 14, 2016

South Seattle students win key event at aerospace competition | CBC named Tree Campus USA on Arbor Day | Snohomish teen is second woman to enlist in infantry: “I may be small, but I’m not fragile” | Electric motor makes boating more quiet, cheaper, cleaner | Pierce College receives award for expanding options for commuters | Bates Technical College launches jail education program | New dental education clinic to open in the PacMed building | CPTC: An innovative partnership | Discussions air issues, build toward city Education Summit >>

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