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News Links | February 28, 2017

February 28, 2017

Truck simulator gives CBC students realistic experience behind the wheel | OC revisits security issue with series of forums | Commentary: Better funding would help EdCC, EvCC prepare workforce | EDC given grant for trades education | Whipple selected for NISOD recognition | Seattle may spend $6.5 million to expand free community-college program | Study: Highline added $631.5 million to local economy | Former CBC president Thornton to serve as interim president following Cummins' retirement | Centralia College nursing students perform well on licensed practical nurses exam | EdCC almuna honored with Transforming Lives award | CBC’s new math center is a godsend for struggling students | Washington State Ferries looks to train workforce of its future as retirements loom | Closing the gender gap in tech at Green River >>

News Links | February 23, 2017

February 23, 2017

Donation expands capacity of Viking food pantry | Clark College Foundation to give $1 million in scholarships | Programming classes for nontechnical workers, now at Seattle Central College | Local wine legend Myles Anderson retires | Meet TCC’s All-Washington Scholars | Trip to DC inspires CPTC student leaders | Low-income students would benefit from 'Promise' of tuition-free college | Yakima's Spider Woman: YVC biology instructor to give insight into arachnid behavior | South Seattle College 13th year promise scholarship expanding to include West Seattle High School >>

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