News Links | Nov. 28, 2023
System News | Opinion
... Jamie Traugott, director of dual credit and strategic enrollment initiatives for
the State Board for Community and Technical Colleges, said students in the program report feeling better prepared for the next step in
their academic careers.
Public News Service, Nov. 27, 2023
... Providence has partnered with Everett Community College to provide clinical hours at its Everett hospital, with many students becoming full-time
staff after graduation. Almost all of the program’s graduates are employed as nurses
within nine months, according to the college.
Everett Herald, Nov. 26, 2023
For more than 30 years culinary students prepared a Scandinavian Smorgasbord Luncheon
for the community and after a brief pause, the culinary program is bringing it back.
[Skagit Valley College]
Skagit Valley Herald, Nov. 24, 2023
The Washington State Board for Community and Technical Colleges (SBCTC) recently received a $2.1 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education for
three-year initiative that will expand the number of free introductory textbooks available
to students in professional-technical programs.
Suburban Times, Nov. 23, 2023
Edmonds College donated 11 hospital beds and a lift utilized in its allied health and nursing training
labs to MSHH Donor Closet, an Edmonds-based nonprofit organization dedicated to providing
medical equipment and supplies at a reduced rate to individuals living with multiple
My Edmonds News, Nov. 23, 2023
The Skagit Valley College culinary students have been hard at work making 27 Thanksgiving dinner boxes for
local families. These families were chosen with help from the Veterans Club, according
to culinary arts instructor Lyn Highet.
Skagit Valley Herald, Nov. 22, 2023
South Puget Sound Community College (SPSCC) announced the launch of its Evening and Weekend Nursing Program, addressing the high
demand for nursing education in the region.
JOLT News, Nov. 21, 2023
Higher Education and Politics
Indigenous and Native American students make up fewer than 1 percent of all students
enrolled in postsecondary education and fewer than half a percent of all undergraduate
Inside Higher Ed, Nov. 28, 2023
A national nonprofit group focused on college completion has released a playbook looking
at uses for artificial intelligence to equalize and scale access to college degrees.
Inside Higher Ed, Nov. 22, 2023