Egor Shokoladov’s solo exhibition featured at Peninsula College | Clark County business briefing | How Seattle plans to scale up its free community college program and help more students | Success of Chehalis School District's Student Achievement Initiative highlighted in state panel | Green River College named top 150 community colleges in U.S. | Steilacoom resident chosen as interim vice president for Highline College Student Services | Edmonds College to hold virtual Veterans Day celebration Nov. 11 | New lounge and pantry at North Seattle College helps address food insecurity among veterans | SPSCC named one of nation's top 150 community colleges >>
The Northwest’s 20 best wines for under $20 | Inslee leaves for Glasgow to attend climate conference | Northwest glaciers are melting. What that means to Indigenous ‘salmon people’ | Everett Community College President Daria Willis resigns to become president of Howard Community College | ‘The living’: A story of plague from a different time comes to Centralia College | Aspen Institute names Pierce College as a top 150 U.S. community college | Community Colleges of Spokane promotes dean to acting provost to serve remainder of academic year >>
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 >>
YVC to offer more in-person classes in winter quarter | Community partnership expands radiologic technologist program | The Dirt: Premera Blue Cross building new campus in Kendall Yards | Big Bend Community College students must be fully vaccinated to attend in-person winter classes | From hydropower to candied confections | State chamber’s cross-state bus tour promotes manufacturing jobs | Ferry worker shortages have been building since before Washington's COVID-19 vaccine mandate | Aspen Institute names Everett Community College president Daria Willis a 2021 Ascend Fellow | LCC instructor Lucas Myers wins national award | AWB bus tour highlights Spokane’s variety of manufacturing companies | With light rail as fuel, Seattle's Northgate is ready to grow | Centralia College: Enrollment and Running Start numbers down for the fall quarter | Gov. Inslee tours Walla Walla Community College’s career programs Wednesday >>
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 >>
WCC receives major cybersecurity grant | Centralia College names new director of the Pacific Northwest Center of Excellence for Clean Energy | Everett Community College’s AMTEC hosts aerospace roundtable | Edmonds College awarded more than $800K in grants to address student homelessness, emergency needs | Spokane artist appears in Bob Ross documentary and reminisces about his old friend | Get to know: Laura Flores Cailloux | TCC Provost Marissa Schlesinger to participate in Habitat Challenge | Workforce Snohomish, Edmonds College awarded $360,000 for Homeless Veterans’ Reintegration Program | Peninsula College sets vaccine protocol | SPSCC to require COVID-19 vaccination for any on-campus class or activity | Opinion: Stepankowsky column: Only one way to beat COVID >>
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