Big donation helping CBC students intern at Hanford | Computer science bachelor programs get funding boost from Amazon | Vast numbers of people in Washington are shut out of the digital world; will massive government funding solve the problem? | Dr. Betty Cobbs receives ACT leadership award | SPSCC aims to launch its first bachelor’s degree in applied science in 2023 | $3.9 million in cash grants available for WVC students | Education transforms life of Walla Walla Community College nursing student | Demand for pharmacy technicians, staff remains high in Southwest Washington | Artist to host Studium Generale | CBC creates online option for unvaccinated students >>
For many, fly fishing class just the first step | On-site COVID-19 testing available now at Pierce College Fort Steilacoom | At EvCC, ‘The Wall’ teaches students how to thwart cyber crime | Washington’s Opportunity Scholarship program celebrates 6,196 grads, and counting | Apply by Dec. 8 for Guided Pathways IDEAL Fellowship and opportunity to earn $1,000 >>
WWCC Nursing student nominated for statewide Transforming Lives Award | Editorial: Planning to go to CBC or another WA college? Might as well get your COVID shot now | South Puget Sound Community College offers first-of-its-kind craft brewing degree | Medical assisting program at Peninsula College earns accreditation | Partnership puts laptops in hands of PC students | New partnership makes college more attainable for graduates of Seattle Public Schools | Registration open for 12th Annual Black and Brown Male Summit | Mariachi program adds some culture to Skagit Valley College | Everett Community College pauses on changes to Early Learning Center after parents voice concern | From associate to B.A.: More people can finish a four-year degree at community colleges | WVC competing for $1 million in prize money | Skagit Valley College students continue tradition of preparing Thanksgiving meals | Volunteers prepare Thanksgiving meals for hospice families in Clark, Cowlitz counties >>
Corporations, community colleges partner on cybersecurity training | Highline, Green River chosen among top 150 community colleges | Pierce College EDI CARES hosts Students of Color empowerment summit | Indigenous teens fight to keep cultures alive >>
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 >>
Demolition has begun on campus to make room for new Health Sciences and Advanced Manufacturing Classroom Complex | Wenatchee Valley College celebrates Hispanic & Latinx Heritage Month | New tuition-free construction trades pre-apprenticeship program at Edmonds College now enrolling students | Community Colleges Of Spokane welcomes Dr. Dinh Thi Thanh Van of Vietnam as a visiting Fulbright Scholar for 2021-22 | Articulation agreement between EWU and Bates helps students pursue career goals | Great Pumpkin Beer Festival, BrickCon, more fun things to do this weekend in Seattle | What you need to know about applying for the FAFSA | TCC Art History Book Club to resume in-person meetings in October >>
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