Wenatchee Valley College building dedicated to Gloria Atkins, Colville tribal elder also known as Mish ee twie | Mentorship program supporting Black male students at Seattle colleges to expand | A life of service: Remembering Paul Hirai | HomeStreet Bank provides $5K to support Edmonds College students facing homelessness | Olympic College requires vaccination for students attending class in-person this fall >>
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 >>
Wahluke School District students back in class Aug. 30 | Friday event to celebrate Whistalks Way, local Women Warriors | Hundreds of jobs available at businesses at Sea-Tac airport | Opinion: Investing in students supports economic recovery for all | Wenatchee Valley College requires COVID-19 vaccinations for employees | Student parents continue to face housing insecurity | YVC's teaching winery establishes Yakima foothold with new tasting room >>
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 >>
Skagit Valley College to begin design work on new building | Movers & Shakers 5/18/2021 | Tacoma Community College, Global Studies Institute launch new online international program for Qatari students | Peninsula College names student leadership team | Wenatchee Valley College plans for more in person classes fall quarter 2021 | Bremerton filmmaker's documentary about the 'father of claymation' to premiere at Tribeca Film Festival >>
Olympic College student's eco-friendly buoy system wins environmental award | More colleges are requiring students to get COVID-19 vaccines. Here’s where local schools stand | Ghost shrimp, humpbacks, tiny plankton: See Puget Sound surge with springtime life | Peninsula College’s annual Native American Culture Fair set for April 29 | Legislature passes $6.3 billion capital budget with funding for Eastern Washington universities, community projects | GHC offers racial and cultural awareness workshop to the public | Local economic groups offer $25 basic business workshops at Lower Columbia College | Pierce College announces 2021 All-Washington Academic Team members | South Puget Sound Community College says fall instruction will remain mostly online >>
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