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News Links | November 29, 2022

November 29, 2022

Ten years of bachelor’s degrees at Centralia College | Spokane Community College to host Native American Heritage Celebration | Seattle Central MESA program connects students with STEM professionals | Leveraging MentorLinks to develop new STEM programs | From the college president: New apartments coming in 2023 for Centralia College students | Growing leaders in agriculture >>

News Links | November 8, 2022

November 08, 2022

Wenatchee Valley College announces next president | Clark College students help tend Hazel Dell garden | Meet 3 women who are guiding the future of Washington’s wine industry | Clark College Dreamcatcher Scholarship opens doors for Native student | Larsen visit to Edmonds College highlights efforts to improve veterans’ access to higher education | Theatre veteran brings real life love story to Centralia College stage | College theater reimagines Peanuts characters | SFCC reopens planetarium with interactive campus solar system >>

News Links | November 1, 2022

November 01, 2022

Editorial: More power to WA community colleges helping fill K-12 teacher shortage | YVC nursing program to benefit from $427K grant for simulation equipment | Grays Harbor College going vertical | TCC Board of Trustees names Michele Hart “Transforming Lives Award” nominee for 2022 | Local briefs: Pullman mayor reappointed to community college board | WVC announces four finalists in presidential search >>

News Links | October 25, 2022

October 25, 2022

Centering equity in community college baccalaureate programs | Hi-tech business a buzz in Clark County | Seattle Colleges’ $14 million financial forecast flub frustrates staff | SPSCC one step closer to offering its first BAS degree | Bellingham Technical College announces new president | First lady Jill Biden highlights high school programs at Bates Technical College | Local colleges work to educate students on the importance of voting >>

News Links | October 13, 2022

October 13, 2022

Why WA has seen a big increase in these community college degrees | Amazon giving $1.5M to support Bellevue College computer science students | Centralia College graduate writes book combining history, Greek mythology | Peninsula College hopes to soon offer teaching degree program | A Yakima community college offers teaching degrees to fill gaps in staffing, one of nine in the state | Yakima Valley College sees a 12% jump in enrollment after return of in-person services >>

News Links | October 6, 2022

October 06, 2022

How WA community colleges are helping solve the state’s teacher shortage | 'Double Take': Exhibit includes sound, performance | Jill Biden to visit Tacoma and Seattle, speak at Murray fundraiser | Pierce College names three finalists in nationwide search for next chancellor | College Success Foundation expands college coach services to Yakima Valley College >>

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