In virtual reality of Second Life, users find a world of opportunities | Five EvCC Aviation Maintenance students earn Horizon Air stipends and post-graduation jobs | Community Colleges of Spokane to stop requiring masks after March 12 | New interim president starts at Everett Community College | Relief fund to help Peninsula College students | Restaurant remodel: South Seattle College overhauls café, and has more culinary improvements simmering for the future | As inflation hits home in the Yakima Valley, YVC economics instructor says it can hit rural areas harder | Formerly incarcerated people can seek higher education at Yakima Valley College through Corrections Education Grant >>
Change, innovation at forefront for Edmonds College, officials say | Columbia Basin College to lift indoor mask mandate following Gov. Inslee’s announcement | Editorial: Students best use of state’s unexpected revenue | Applications up, masks coming off at CBC >>
Pierce College leadership transitions | Is my high school student ready for Running Start? Decision made easy | On-stage and backstage antics fill ‘Noises Off’ at Centralia College | In Our View: Community colleges offer paths to success | Wenatchee Valley College and Mission Ridge pair up for free perks for students >>
Wenatchee Valley College will be without its longtime leader | Matthew Thuney: UFO class at WCC | Pierce College Puyallup president picked to lead EvCC for now | Yelm High School to offer in-house associate degree program | Edmonds College to host virtual Martin Luther King Jr. celebration Jan. 20 >>
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