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News Links | July 14, 2022

July 14, 2022

Pierce College launches nationwide search for next chancellor | Olympic College, considering options to keep its child care center afloat, decides against outsourcing | Where’s the best place to see the supermoon in the Gig Harbor area? Here are some tips | Grays Harbor College moving offices as HUB demolition imminent | Newsmakers: New CEO | Earning a GED: High school equivalency programs in Yakima Valley | For years, she never told anyone her husband was an Aryan Nations leader. Now, her posthumous book explains why she stayed | Audio engineers are almost all men. This Seattle program was created by women to change that | Head Start celebrates a new building >>

News Links | July 6, 2022

July 06, 2022

Pickleball courts ready for use at Skagit Valley College | Opinion: The Pell Grant is 50. It’s the perfect time to double down on our investment in students | Wenatchee Valley College tuition increases | Japanese ag students arrive at Big Bend | The Gallery at TCC celebrates 20 years of local art and artists | WWCC to open campuses to students regardless of vaccination status | Skagit Valley College debuts new child care center | YVC adds program preparing adult learners for phlebotomy | Centralia College awards emeritus status to retiring science department chair Lisa Carlson >>

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 31, 2022

May 31, 2022

Surviving Spokane 101: SCC’s English as a second language classes see enrollment spike with Ukrainian, Afghani refugees | WA preschools could expand, but they are struggling to find teachers | Community, technical college enrollment in WA plummets during pandemic [AUDIO] | Funding roundup: Washington | News: Whatcom Community College | Check it Out | WVC acting class to showcase work | Ship Canal Bridge crash victim was on his way to work as an EMT when he was killed | Two Kent students at Highline College earn statewide recognition | Centralia College TRIO to receive $297,601 as Sen. Murray announces $8M for Washington colleges, universities >>

News Links | April 26, 2022

April 26, 2022

Washington is offering more college aid than ever, plus new admission guarantees. Will students buy in? | Enrollment plummets at Washington’s colleges, especially among men | Peninsula College selects president | ‘It’s unconscionable’: Biden attacks drug prices at speech at Green River College | Clover Park Technical College hosts scholarship fundraising events | Wenatchee Valley College offering Journalism 101 course this spring | Skagit Valley College honors Champions of Diversity >>

News Links | March 17, 2022

March 17, 2022

Next Skagit Valley College president announced | Pierce College students selected for 2022 All-Washington Academic Team | Omak resident joins Wenatchee Valley College board of trustees | County and EvCC have deal to keep preschool open next year | TCC to host on-campus commencement June 11 | TCC: Masks encouraged for spring quarter, effective March 28 | Centralia College Nursing program earns accreditation from the National League of Nursing | Three South Puget Sound Community College faculty awarded tenure >>

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