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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 >>

News Links | November 27, 2018

November 27, 2018

Working in Clark County: Lizette Drennan, scholarships specialist at Clark College | SEH America, Clark College team up on engineering apprenticeships | Skagit Valley College professor aims to take students to Galapagos | Take a bow: Congratulations, Nancy Kimani | Baskets provide students food for Thanksgiving feast | Casual Friday: She took a job that touched the heart, not the pocketbook | Search for new EvCC president is about to go national | Walla Walla Community College spotlight — Jen Stutesman | Skagit Valley College culinary students prepare Thanksgiving meals | Apprenticeships featured at Riverside High School career day| Nonprofit gets grant to help Asotin County’s homeless pay their rent | Malte joins LWTech board | A Thanksgiving introduction for YVC's international students | Put the happy back in your holidays: Thanksgiving meal prep | Kent’s Entenman took campaign on foot to secure state House seat | Paul Speer named to Clark College Board of Trustees | Heritage University, Yakima Valley College sign memorandum of understanding for criminal justice program | Family of electricians shares high voltage career | STEM program offered at Clark College gives students a degree and career >>

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’ >>

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