Good luck getting solar any time soon. Here’s how Bellingham, Whatcom colleges plan to help | Walla Walla Community College opens free food pantry | Green River College to celebrate the life of Dr. Mel Lindbloom | Spokane council votes down zoning change tied to proposed homeless shelter | Who gets college cred for making wine? Find out, taste their work! >>
Edmonds College student wins Governor’s Student Civic Leadership Award | New program addresses state’s shortage of nurses | Bates Technical College celebrates grand opening and ribbon cutting for new Center for Allied Health Education | Columbia Basin College plans to give away 100 bikes at Bike Bonanza | Changing employers’ expectations | Washington State Ferries partnering with Seattle Maritime Academy to address worker shortage >>
Egor Shokoladov’s solo exhibition featured at Peninsula College | Clark County business briefing | How Seattle plans to scale up its free community college program and help more students | Success of Chehalis School District's Student Achievement Initiative highlighted in state panel | Green River College named top 150 community colleges in U.S. | Steilacoom resident chosen as interim vice president for Highline College Student Services | Edmonds College to hold virtual Veterans Day celebration Nov. 11 | New lounge and pantry at North Seattle College helps address food insecurity among veterans | SPSCC named one of nation's top 150 community colleges >>
Corporations, community colleges partner on cybersecurity training | Highline, Green River chosen among top 150 community colleges | Pierce College EDI CARES hosts Students of Color empowerment summit | Indigenous teens fight to keep cultures alive >>
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