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News Links | August 21, 2018

August 21, 2018

How an Eastern Wash. jail is helping inmates never come back | Editorial: WSU and CBC are teaming up, and that’s a good thing | WVC to graduate first class with Bachelor's in Nursing | Life inside the Everett’s Boeing production facility: It’s like a city | The top 25 two-year trade schools: Colleges that can solve the skills gap | Milestone: Peninsula College auto tech program gets vehicles training from Subaru | Air traffic controller training makes emergencies seem ordinary >>

News Links | July 31, 2018

July 31, 2018

SVC manufacturing program seeks to address skilled worker shortage | Hiring begins for Hanford radioactive waste lab, with training at CBC | Singh named new president of Edmonds Community College | New personal care pantry provides essentials to students | Bellingham ranks among top college towns in US | Green River and Seattle Colleges say visas for international students are more unpredictable | How you can help students with special needs find a place in college | Lynnwood ponders tiny houses for homeless college students >>

News Links | July 5, 2018

July 05, 2018

Dart Foundation funds $45,000 3-D measuring instrument at Bates Technical College | One job-training program for young adults makes a significant difference, study shows | Green River students build fan app for Seattle Thunderbirds | Executive Q&A: Sheila Edwards Lange on how the path to sharing Seattle's prosperity is through education >>

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 >>

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