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News Links | December 6, 2016

December 06, 2016

Port of Port Angeles set to consider renewing pact with CRTC | Skagit Valley College celebrates diversity with scholarships | Edmonds CC Foundation raises $42,300 with inaugural 5K Walk and Run | Temporary storefronts can give your sales a pop-up | Walla Walla Valley Wine Alliance names new director| Opinion: Arlington budget hits the mark | Construction on new college medical center in Richland reaches milestone | Teen with autism inspires a movement: robotics teams for everyone | #GivingTuesday raises emergency support for students | Opinion: Lacey turns 50 years old, as a city | Creating a college behind bars | Chehalis schools align with state push to get students ready for careers, college | Look of Gateway Center building still being determined | Penguins migrate to Kent as temporary art landmark | Big Bend ASB donates 70 teddy bears to New Hope for children impacted by domestic violence | Court: College students facing expulsion need chance to defend themselves | Northwest colleges urge Trump to keep immigration program for students | WGU Washington Chancellor Jean Floten is stepping down after five years | Building conundrum focus of Big Bend CC meeting | Bates: Broadcasting and video production student thrives through hands-on learning | Clark College metal sculpting class attracts broad mix of students >>

News Links | November 17, 2016

November 17, 2016

Lower Columbia College reviews quarterly budget, approves next round of security expenditures | IRIS conference focuses on what works for rural communities | Highline College four-time winner of national diversity award | Enumclaw council considers funding for outside agencies | Columbia Basin College celebrates Native American Heritage month | Opinion: Serving at Highline College | Tulalip Vocational Center holds Family Day | Walla Walla Community College Cellars gain national attention | Sen. McAuliffe receives honorary degree from Lake Washington Institute of Technology | Microsoft donates $1.5 million to help dropouts go back to school | State considers ways to help ITT Technical Institute students >>

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 4, 2016

October 04, 2016

Clark College formally welcomes $40 million STEM Building | Teacher creates app that tracks students' well-being | Pierce College celebrates its 50th anniversary | CPTC: Pritchard appointed to second term on board of trustees | Community and technical college system budget request will help fill jobs, grow the economy | See how Bellingham waterfront has changed since first European settlers | ‘Get here’ | Centralia College educator appointed to national committee | Planning moves forward for Richland’s new health sciences academy | Whatcom Community College receives more than $600K in grants for science programs | Opinion: Is Port Angeles ready to realize its potential? | YVC receives over $3 million in grant money for infrastructure, STEM updates | Cascades College and Career Academy unveiled | ‘Whatever I can dream, I can absolutely do:’ New U.S. citizens gain more than a certificate >>

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