News Links | Sept. 7, 2023
System News | Opinion
Service providers and those affected by incarceration recently gathered at Edmonds College to discuss how to help those released from jail to succeed on the outside.
Edmonds Beacon, Sept. 7, 2023
... That same study by the general construction association shows there aren’t enough
qualified workers to hire. The PACT Program at Seattle Central College is helping fill that void.
Fox 13 Seattle, Sept. 6, 2023
Warrior Wednesdays are an opportunity for interested first-time and returning students
to learn about Walla Walla Community College and all the programs the college offers.
NBC Right Now, Sept. 6, 2023
Small Business Development Center at Pierce College provides one-to-one support for small business growth
“We are thrilled to partner with Pierce College and expand services to small business owners across Pierce County,” said Sheryl McGrath,
state director of the Washington SBDC.
Suburban Times, Sept. 4, 2023
For Samuel Pena-Rojas, Pierce College is a family affair. Pena-Rojas decided to enroll at Pierce College after both of
his aunts attended – one to complete her GED, the other to earn a two-year degree.
Suburban Times, Sept. 2, 2023
Bates Technical College President Lin Zhou has taken on the role of Washington state representative within
the Phi Theta Kappa Presidential Advisory Board.
Suburban Times, Sept. 1, 2023
Higher Education and Politics
Sixty percent of former community college students cite work goals as the main reason
they enrolled at a two-year college, but only about half of those individuals say
their education helped to fulfill those goals ...
Community College Daily, Sept. 6, 2023
A recent report shows that while nearly one in three community college students is
of immigrant origin, nearly 80 percent of college practitioners say their community
college isn’t fully meeting those students’ needs.
Inside Higher Ed, Sept. 6, 2023
The number of young people with food allergies has been surging in the past few decades.
This fall, many of them are heading to college.
Spokesman-Review, Sept. 5, 2023