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News Links | September 11, 2018

September 11, 2018

U.S. political turmoil undercuts LCC's recruitment of foreign students | Grant for WCC focuses on healthcare training for low-income individuals | Becoming American: Citizenship Day in Moses Lake draws large crowd | ORCA uses National Science Foundation grant for geoscience | How to get better at multitasking when your to dos are overwhelming, according to experts | Big Bend Veteran Resource Office delivers school supplies to North, Larson Heights elementary | EdCC wins $550,000 grant to help prevent sexual violence | Flights of fancy: Vancouver artist’s watercolors showcase birds | Worlds Apart gallery exhibit at SPSCC to begin the 2018-2019 school year | He’s helping raise his siblings. Now this Clover Park football standout wants to raise his team up | Nursing assistant alum spreads encouragement | BTC bringing new beauty school to Bellingham students >>

News Links | September 6, 2018

September 06, 2018

WVC preps to wave goodbye to Wells Hall | WGU Washington appoints Edmonds CC president emeritus, local Navy veteran to board | PT houseboat maker drops latest vessel into the water | New president of South Seattle College | WVC on course after a stinging state audit >>

News Links | August 28, 2018

August 28, 2018

Commentary: Effort will help direct youths into skilled jobs | Education deserts in our state: Up to 1 in 5 Washington students live far away from college | Annual event provides services to those in need | Meet our new president, Dr. Darrell L. Cain, Ph.D. | GHC leaders explore solutions to student housing shortage | Edmonds CC to break ground Sept. 12 for new STEM building >>

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