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News Links | January 3, 2019

January 03, 2019

Trustee appointed to Whatcom Community College board | ‘While You Were Out’ inspires wide range of postcard art for SPSCC’s annual exhibit | Golf cart zone solves Clark College staff’s crossing issue | Father of two recharts troubled past with Drug Court, LCC degrees | Christmas tradition: Inmates decorate Governor's mansion in Olympia | Shoreline Community College Foundation honors retiring legislator Rep. Ruth Kagi | Editorial: Community college funding must become a state priority | Construction sector is building jobs as the county grows | What skills, talents are needed in the next leader of EvCC? | TCC Wins child care grant after appeal | OMC Foundation marks record year for donations | Welding students create Fantasy Lights display | Highline College opens student housing near campus | Tacoma Power awards grants to Tacoma Housing Authority & Bates Technical College for solar energy projects | Gidget Terpstra appointed to Shoreline Community College Board of Trustees | Seattle's Project Feast opens doors for immigrants and refugees to become culinary leaders | First group of students graduate from Tesla START training at SCC >>

News Links | December 11, 2018

December 11, 2018

BBCC helps vets and families with Christmas | With $10M, EvCC would boost parking for new learning center | GI Bill delays affect Clark College veterans | Holiday House provides gifts for student families | Opinion: Higher-ed investment essential | Editorial: Community colleges need budget love to train future workforce | What can you study at a Seattle community college? Use this tool to find out. | Pierce College student finds ‘power’ in adversity | Equipment donations bolster SVC program | Edmonds CC baking students get in holiday spirit for a good cause | Inslee visits LWTech students in Kirkland | WVC receives grant to assist with childcare for low-income students & staff | Identity Evropa posters removed from Spokane Falls Community College >>

News Links | December 4, 2018

December 04, 2018

Skagit Valley College students explore topics through theater | Veterans build their own guitars from scratch | Peninsula Home Fund helps Port Angeles mother realize her dream | Students transforming their lives honored by Big Bend | Skagit County Elections Department wary of 2020 turnout | Spokane student overcomes severe anxiety to pursue college aspirations | New SPSCC Alumni Association celebrates Day of Caring at the Thurston County Food Bank | Edmonds CC Foundation celebrates scholars, business partners | Finding firefighting in his blood: Both parents of new Fire District 4 assistant chief worked for department | Opinion: SW STEM Network offers powerful collaboration | Lawmakers call for investigation into delayed GI Bill payments | Skagit Valley College receives largest bequest ever | New academy introduces students to careers | Guest column | Education beyond high school is essential for students’ success | Prompted by Chehalis Tribe, Senate passes bill to allow tribal distilleries | What happened when I forced myself to go offline | Kent mayor takes China trip to boost sister city ties >>

News Links | November 29, 2018

November 29, 2018

NP a ‘plane’ choice for manager | Seattle high-school graduates will get 2 free years of community college. Here’s how it will work. | SPSCC hopes for the global to become local through study abroad and international transfer degree programs | Bates: 'A whale of a good time' awaits Fantasy Lights visitors | Edmonds CC, CWU-Lynnwood celebrate inaugural first-generation college student week >>

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