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News Links | January 8, 2019

January 08, 2019

LCC Foundation honors Delores Rodman as 'Benefactor of the Year' | Pierce College Fort Steilacoom president retires, search underway for replacement | Grays Harbor College partners with Timberland Regional Library | Legacy of the late Mildred Ollée lives on at Seattle Central College | Home Fund, college make the difference for Port Townsend man | Opinion: The importance of growing family wage jobs in Arlington | Marijuana-themed classes start soon at Tacoma Community College | Edmonds CC grad, Brier resident named ‘Rising Star’ by Society of Women Engineers | Moss reflects on 20 years of service to CPTC | 'Flexible enough for any apprenticeship': LCC adds one-year trades program | 'Our Literacy Council' disbands; Centralia College and Foundation continues services | BTC receives $350,000 endowment >>

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 | November 20, 2018

November 20, 2018

Bellevue College premieres new television show | AAPI appointments by Gov. Inslee | YVC winemakers add nine more awards to their name | Ribbon cut for Lynnwood village aimed at helping homeless students finish college | BBCC workforce education building takes shape | Tacoma breaks ground on new street car in Hilltop | LCC Foundation dedicates Rose Center Art Gallery to Forsberg couple | CPTC hosts annual Diversity & International Fair | Black scholars find support, success in Highline College pilot program | Everett student develops teen anxiety mobile app | This gives Tri-City nurses a choice closer to home | Before his death, Orin Smith pledged $1 million to Centralia College | Proud mom of six Pierce College grads teaches math at Puyallup campus | Opinion: Career and technical education is win-win for students, job creators | Props and costumes: ‘The theater itself is just alive with history’ >>

News Links | November 6, 2018

November 06, 2018

Aviation students in Everett train for high-demand, high-paying careers in aircraft mechanics | Nazi symbol seen on Olympic College campus protected as free speech | Patriot Prayer pro-gun rally at LCC peaceful despite tense moments | Inmates work toward a cleaner future with unique custodial class | Critics say it would cost too much and no one would come. CBC defends its $13 million culinary school | Students enjoy pumpkins and activities at Fall Fest | LWTech hosts annual benefit breakfast to support students’ emergency funds | Centralia College’s pre-k program receives $800K state grant for new building | EvCC Foundation lines up record-breaking $400K in awards | Altmayer elected to National Board of Community College Trustees >>

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