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News Links | January 18, 2018

January 18, 2018

Speaker showcases King’s message of dreams, civil rights | Running Start enrollment explodes | High-school students follow passions, career paths at Marine Tech Center | Community college starts 2018 with new offerings | Supporters rally for DACA program | Chef Spotlight: Joshua Martin | CPTC selected to receive $1 million Guided Pathways grant | One year of free education may be possible for rural counties | 27th Annual Bell-Ringing Ceremony honors Martin Luther King Jr. Day | DACA fight echoes King’s legacy, Pasco advocate says >>

News Links | January 16, 2018

January 16, 2018

Work with kids and convicts earn Pasco woman MLK Spirit Award | Civic leaders honor MLK in Bellingham | Jeneé Bearden travels the globe but calls Grays Harbor home | Farrier program forges true grit at Walla Walla Community College | Making history by saving it: UW groups keep indigenous languages alive | Giving black youth Our Best | LCC expands graphic design program | Spotlight on EdCC: Scholarship recipient plans to help others | Sonics legend speaks about athletes, activism at EdCC event | WWCC to begin offering four-year degrees | City council honors 2018 Wenatchee Valley Civil Rights & Social Justice Award nominees | Big Bend ASB donates emergency support kits to New Hope | Centralia College undergoing technology infrastructure upgrade | SPSCC homestay program creates lasting memories for host and student | CBC sees rec center as a way to engage struggling students | WVC offers admission guarantee program for Tonasket, Omak and Bridgeport seniors >>

News Links | January 11, 2018

January 11, 2018

Chemco and Phillips 66 help WCC add to its chemistry lab | Opinion: Lift lives and incomes by investing in community colleges | Spokane lands spot on list of best places to work your way through college | Slain SCC instructor remembered as ‘a brilliant, very funny woman’ >>

News Links | January 9, 2018

January 09, 2018

Fully funding education, passing capital budget top focus this legislative session | Transforming lives at Big Bend | South Puget Sound Community College opens Center for Transition Studies | A look at fast-growing jobs in Clark County | Editorial: State lawmakers have lot to prove and get done | City of Vancouver: Quest for better representation and workplace diversity | Tech jobs training | Yakima Valley College math professor makes a good side gig out of bad puns | Where does the money from the sugary drink tax go? | LCC announces 'Benefactors of the Year' | EvCC course: Traumatic history and present-day relationships | Despondent Seattle teen found a future through film; now he’s giving back | Technical training grant to benefit central Washington >>

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