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News Links | May 29, 2018

May 29, 2018

From the infantry to medical school, this soldier perseveres | EvCC considering where to build its new Learning Resource Center | Spanish speakers graduate from computer course | Movement to eat locally grown food in full swing in Clark County | Eric Trent, once a homeless drug addict, puts his energy into sports journalism these days | EdCC chef wins Beard award | EdCC Foundation gala exceeds goal | CPTC sets records with 75th Anniversary Gala | SPSCC announces new brewing distilling program | Community and technical college transfer students shine at universities | In Everett, hateful signs of the times | Solar car races, energy fair give fifth-graders a lesson in renewable energy | Fear not, there are guardians amongst us | ‘Electrify America’ grant to fund six vehicle charging stations at TCC >>

News Links | May 17, 2018

May 17, 2018

Grant to help redesign teaching of some subjects at Peninsula College | Annual EvCC student art exhibit is a reflection on progress | Pierce College Fort Steilacoom a 2019 Aspen Prize Finalist | Big Bend breaks ground for future Professional Technical Education Center | Need a Lyft? Free ride service to transit centers coming to these areas | Jobs in the energy sector continue to grow with WA state leading the way | Human services students learn about trafficking | Settling in as SCC president, Kevin Brockbank focuses on building region’s workforce | Local librarian receives UW Distinguished Librarian Award | Dorothy Gross, consummate Edmonds volunteer, is 2018 Citizen of the Year | Follow-up: Where South Seattle College’s Pastry and Baking Arts program stands | San Juan Island kids disconnect for a week of screen-free fun >>

News Links | May 3, 2018

May 03, 2018

Kevin Brockbank chosen as president of Spokane Community College | Keeping up with industry | Clark College ensemble performs at “Vancouver Connections” in Canada | Jackson Award recipient builds partnerships with business and community | Opinion: New Bates president amazed ‘how education can change a person’s life’ – including hers | Hillel Echo-Hawk is used to questions. Birch Basket answers with indigenous-based, pre-colonization foods | Moses Lake High School students connect with industry professionals for career connected learning event >>

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