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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 | September 13, 2022

September 13, 2022

Bob Mohrbacher commentary: Real solution to student debt is making college affordable | Funding roundup: Washington | Ribbon cutting ceremony held for new Early Learning Center playground | Big Bend receives $1.16 million EOC grant | Edmonds College to offer certification in data analytics starting in October >>

News Links | August 30, 2022

August 30, 2022

Edmonds College receives $1.5 million cybersecurity grant | A healthcare crisis was looming: these local colleges made sure that would not happen | Centralia College student from Chehalis places at the state public speaking championship | Shoreline Community College launches new degree in Business Intelligence and Data Analytics | Shoreline College to hire diversity administrator | US grant funds a new program | Edmonds College: Going back to the basics | Spokane Community College honoring nursing students with pinning ceremony >>

News Links | August 25, 2022

August 25, 2022

A half-million WA residents could benefit from Biden’s student loan relief | North Seattle College plans affordable housing project on campus | Biden’s student debt-relief plan could help thousands of Southwest Washington students | ‘A milestone moment’ or ‘a slap in the face’? Eastern Washington voices sound off on Biden’s student debt forgiveness | There's a slice of wine country on the South Seattle College Campus - New Day NW | Running Start program at Edmonds College receives nearly $1 million grant | Edmonds College launches FastTrack, a collection of short-term, career-building programs | Walla Walla Community College gets federal COVID-19 relief dollars >>

News Links | June 21, 2022

June 21, 2022

‘Empowering voices the world needs to hear’ | City celebrates We are One project | How a Spokane mom and her daughter ended up graduating college at the same time | Clark College graduation | Seattle’s history of Black language: African American English, code-switching and why it matters today | Anti-racism topic of final Studium Generale series | Joanne Schwartz, Talia May Hansen to receive honorary degrees from Centralia College | Meet South Puget Sound Community College’s 2022 Outstanding Student Award recipients | Edmonds College to host drive-through commencement and virtual ceremony on June 17 | South Puget Sound Community College celebrates 1,314 graduates at the 2022 commencement ceremony >>

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 >>

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