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News Links | August 9, 2022

August 09, 2022

Food insecurity among college students can have lingering effects | Monroe nixes college program, leaving 150-plus students in the lurch | Bates Technical College’s Digital Media program students create and produce documentary about Tacoma’s 1942 Japanese internment | There is an inspirational speech championship. And an OC student is the winner. | What’s working in community college baccalaureate degree programs >>

News Links | July 21, 2022

July 21, 2022

A journey well-traveled | Central Washington Works: Learn to earn at Yakima Valley College | WWCC offers new Warrior Pledge scholarships | Peninsula College’s new president settles in | WVC receives two grants for Knights Kupboard food pantry | Shinhae Hwang appointed student trustee on Edmonds College Board of Trustees | Winthrop OKs lease of library space by Wenatchee Valley College | Undergraduate students at YVC work to combat antibiotic crisis through research >>

News Links | June 15, 2022

June 15, 2022

Commentary: Efforts beyond the classroom make a difference at Centralia College | Inslee tabs Spokane airport public affairs director to serve on Community Colleges of Spokane board | She’s ready for the next big thing | Tanzanian scholar brings global experience and perspective of healthcare to Bellevue College | Puyallup Tribe of Indians $20,000 grant helps Bates Technical College students in need | Skagit Valley College's new commons building to be named after retiring president >>

News Links | May 12, 2022

May 12, 2022

‘An evolution for us’: Spokane Falls Community College hires new dean of diversity, equity and inclusion | Renowned artists Han and Mihalyo featured at MAC Gallery | Writer in Residence to speak at Peninsula College | Yakima Valley College names George Allan, of Allan Brothers Fruit, as 2022's Distinguished Alumnus | Meet TCC’s All-Washington Students for 2022 | The time is finally right to go 'Into the woods': Long-postponed musical caps Centralia College drama season | Meet South Puget Sound Community College’s 2022 All-Washington Scholars | Edmonds College Black Box Theatre hosts weekly Fiasco nights in May | 36th annual Powwow at Edmonds College | Yakima Valley College presents two student-written plays this week | Video series begins with Japanese internment | Join the SPSCC Music Department for two spring concerts >>

News Links | April 14, 2022

April 14, 2022

Edmonds College student wins Governor’s Student Civic Leadership Award | New program addresses state’s shortage of nurses | Bates Technical College celebrates grand opening and ribbon cutting for new Center for Allied Health Education | Columbia Basin College plans to give away 100 bikes at Bike Bonanza | Changing employers’ expectations | Washington State Ferries partnering with Seattle Maritime Academy to address worker shortage >>

News Links | April 5, 2022

April 05, 2022

New gate for the Captain Joseph House | A boost for health care education at Bates Tech | Yakima Valley Community College joins national #CCMonth campaign | Edmonds College will add 2 bachelor's degrees this fall | Making music while making change: Seattle band works to make rock music more inclusive | Centralia College no longer requires COVID-19 vaccines for students on campus | Tacoma Community College selected as education partner for Amazon’s Career Choice program | Federal lawmakers secure funds for nursing program in Yakima, other local projects | V4I3: Beacon Award winner: Clover Park Technical College >>

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