GHC receives $1.1 million grant for Educational Opportunity Center; $250,000 for mental health services pilot | Giant erratic boulder near Lake Lawrence is an Ice Age remnant | STCU donation surprises 10 first-year CBC students | Film about disappearing island to be screened | 3/4 of new Head Start building in place at Friday Harbor Elementary School | Halloween-inspired continuing education at Shoreline Community College >>
Ceremony to name Mish ee twie building in honor of Gloria Atkins | CBC offering another vaccination clinic | South Puget Sound Community College Trustee Rozanne Garman reappointed to board | Rebecca Chan and Kim Wells appointed to Shoreline Community College Board of Trustees | Vaccinations required on campus at Centralia College; Early fall enrollment numbers low | 2021 Rising Stars: Spokane Community College’s Guillermo Espinosa | Dental Assisting graduates celebrate at August pinning ceremony | Federal unemployment benefits expire, strongly affecting filers with high school diploma or less | Centralia College to require COVID-19 vaccinations by Oct. 18 due to state requirement | Sen. Patty Murray has goal of making community college free >>
Looking for a good mechanic? Odds are your garage is, too. It’s Seattle’s other labor shortage. | CBC says housing is full for first time | Jean Hernandez: Hall great benefit to STEM, nursing students | WVC to receive $95,000 grant for agricultural technology | LC State signs co-admission, co-enrollment agreement with Walla Walla college | State lauds Thurston’s Auditor for 2020 election work during emotional meeting | Whatcom College president attends cybersecurity summit | Peninsula College rescinds vaccine requirement for online students >>
Financial assistance available for Olympic College students this fall | A long history in early childhood education | CBC offers vaccination clinic with $50 gift cards | After 100,000 lost jobs, aviation industry aims to roar back | Seattle Central College taps acting president to step in for Sheila Edwards Lange | Registration for fall term 2021 at Edmonds College Creative Retirement Institute starts Sept. 1 | Whatcom Community College offers $5.1 million in CARES funding >>
Sabrina Lueck named interim director of Walla Walla Community College winemaking program | ‘I have a future’: how Biden’s free community college plan could transform education | "Encore challenge" helping grow endowment at Wenatchee Valley College | Department of Defense turns to CBC for cybersecurity education, research | Researchers tackle Dungeness crab population concerns | Olympic College takes steps to welcome back more students for in-person instruction | Through state incentive program, Edmonds College awarding $1,000 scholarships to 10 vaccinated students | 20th District lawmakers receive tour of new southwest flexible training center at Centralia College | Cultural competence, equity practices key themes of Campus Prevention Network Summit | In-person classes will expand, and vaccines or exemptions required, this fall at SPSCC | LCC to offer vaccine incentive scholarships | YVC-CWU joint STEM article published in national scientific journal >>
2021 LCC Alumnus of the Year named | LCC reopening July 19 | Bates Technical College President Lin Zhou appointed to national diversity, inclusion and equity commission | New chancellor named for UW Tacoma. She’s known for commitment to diversity, equity | CBC offering $10,000 in college scholarships for COVID vaccinations | Clark College Foundation adds Ebbing as new director | NCWLIFE Evening News July 13th, 2021 | Washington law aims to make comm, technical colleges more inclusive | Two grads named EvCC distinguished alumni >>
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