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News Links | June 21, 2018

June 21, 2018

South Seattle College celebrates 2018 graduating class | First ever Multi-Jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan in Grays Harbor | Three Rivers Christian School and LCC announce partnership | Dreamer, survivor ready to graduate from Clark College | Grays Harbor College top scholars | BBCC HS21+ graduates celebrate success | 14,000 King County youths lack high school credentials | Ecology official to take over Fish and Wildlife agency | Vet services coordinator is here to help | Next: Center aims to help ‘opportunity youth’ in county | Groundbreaking marks Shoreline Community College's transition to a residential campus | Shoreline Community College breaks ground on first dorm >>

News Links | June 5, 2018

June 05, 2018

Girls 12-16 can learn to build airplane parts at Paine Field | After Georgia-Pacific cut up to 300 employees, workers trying to find footing | Homeless but not hopeless: Spokane high school students overcome the odds | 'We're all part of the same family': Locals march in 'Unity Walk' | Local agencies work to attract tech firms to the Walla Walla Valley | Bates: End-of-Year employee event recognizes first-ever Employee Hall of Fame winners and nominees | Nursing student wins first scholarship in honor of Cascade Mall shooting victim | Can ‘Tennessee Promise’ of free tuition offer lessons for Seattle and Washington? | The road to helping people with disabilities | Piano in the Park brings music to downtown Spokane | ‘Suspicious person’ on Clark College campus prompts lockdown | WVC "Celebrating Our Heroes" Gala raises $85,738 for students | Highline College selects Mosby as new president | Governor tours Monroe prison program to help inmates succeed when released | Camera key as Keynin Battle gains momentum through Images program | Transition programs offer post-graduation life skills | Clark College’s third bachelor’s degree to launch in fall | Shoreline is first community college to offer #YouAreWelcomeHere scholarship | #YouAreWelcomeHere scholarships >>

News Links | May 22, 2018

May 22, 2018

LCC leadership students assist in St. Helens Elementary classrooms | Coastal Watershed Institute interns win mention for poster | Lakewood community college a finalist for $1 million prize for excellence | Return to the River Salmon Festival showcases work to preserve Valley’s ecosystems | Murray introduces new bill to combat child care cost | A night of magic, mind reading, and comedy | Poet laureates headline Skagit River Poetry Festival | Spokane sci-fi/fantasy writer wins publication, trip to LA and more | Bremerton, Olympic College ponder pedestrian bridge over Warren Avenue | CPTC welcomes high schoolers for annual Career Conference | EvCC builds BRIDGES and raises $9,200 for program | Tribes receive college Partner of the Year Award | SPSCC inducts largest group ever to the Lifetime Circle of the President’s Club | Olympic College may tap Barnes & Noble to operate bookstore | Interlocal arrangement is good business for City, Green River College | Repair what you wear series repurposes old materials to reduce waste | ID-protecting advice in the spotlight as state attorney general visits South Seattle College >>

News Links | April 10, 2018

May 10, 2018

$649,480 to Bell. Tech helps low-income into technologies | Homeless and sexually abused before she turned 10, a woman finds 'home' in Tacoma choir | Two finalists but no winner in SFCC’s presidential search; decision postponed a year | Clark College musicians honored at festival in Colorado | Mammals in space | Governor pays first visit to Fort Worden | BTC teams with Building Industry Association to offer construction program | Pierce College Puyallup names its fifth president | Spokane man who was homeless gets a second chance | Manufacturing boom highlights need for more industrial college courses | Charges filed against man accused of hiding gun before pulling CBC fire alarm | Q&A: Kyla Coleman, winner of ‘America’s Next Top Model’ and Washington state native >>

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