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 >>
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 >>
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 >>
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 >>
COVID-19 cases highest among 18- to 24-year-olds as students return to campuses | Why Biden's plan for free community college likely will be cut from budget package | LCC reports 90.9% vaccination rate, K-12 schools see lower percentages of staff choosing shots | Eleven full-time Wenatchee Valley College employees granted exemptions, six others gone | First community COVID-19 testing site opens at Spokane Falls Community College | Funding roundup | Construction projects to watch: October 2021 | Washington state workers largely comply with Monday’s vaccine deadline, data show | Skagit Valley College president announces retirement | Amazon expands collaboration with Bellevue College for job training, student assistance >>
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 >>
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