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News Links | June 5, 2018

June 05, 2018

Girls 12-16 can learn to build airplane parts at Paine Field | After Georgia-Pacific cut up to 300 employees, workers trying to find footing | Homeless but not hopeless: Spokane high school students overcome the odds | 'We're all part of the same family': Locals march in 'Unity Walk' | Local agencies work to attract tech firms to the Walla Walla Valley | Bates: End-of-Year employee event recognizes first-ever Employee Hall of Fame winners and nominees | Nursing student wins first scholarship in honor of Cascade Mall shooting victim | Can ‘Tennessee Promise’ of free tuition offer lessons for Seattle and Washington? | The road to helping people with disabilities | Piano in the Park brings music to downtown Spokane | ‘Suspicious person’ on Clark College campus prompts lockdown | WVC "Celebrating Our Heroes" Gala raises $85,738 for students | Highline College selects Mosby as new president | Governor tours Monroe prison program to help inmates succeed when released | Camera key as Keynin Battle gains momentum through Images program | Transition programs offer post-graduation life skills | Clark College’s third bachelor’s degree to launch in fall | Shoreline is first community college to offer #YouAreWelcomeHere scholarship | #YouAreWelcomeHere scholarships >>

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 1, 2018

May 01, 2018

Colleges are adding programs in a once-decimated industry — manufacturing | EvCC joins the legal effort to protect DACA’s ‘Dreamers’ | Opinion: “Be uncomfortable”: Live from the AACC | Active shooter drill on Grays Harbor College campus Saturday | Mason County conductor, choirs invited to perform at Carnegie Hall | State STEM scholarship expanding to encompass new skillsets | EdCC Foundation awards bachelors degree scholarships | CPTC program helped alum find communications career | In a first, Spokane Community College graduates deaf commercial truck driver | SPSCC Foundation partners with Big Brothers Big Sisters to present College Information Night | Could trade schools be making a comeback? | Issaquah health care provider offers nursing assistant scholarships | Centralia College trustee Joanne Schwartz named Trustee of the Year | Big Bend student Jess Munter wins gold at Jiu-Jitsu World Championship | “If you can do something to … make it better, that’s what you do.” | Alt-right provocateur James Allsup makes WSU appearance, advocates for Identity Evropa | 'Stand Against Racism' event at WVC draws a crowd | ‘For it is in giving that we receive’ | New CEO picked for Richland nuclear power plant. He'll be well paid >>

News Links | March 13, 2018

March 13, 2018

When accessibility doesn't make it into the EDUCAUSE top 10: Turn it up to 11 | Spotlight on EdCC: Education in prison | International students are keeping community colleges afloat | NCW students participate in National School Walkout | Four-year early childhood degree to be offered in Kitsap | Clark College Foundation CEO wins national award | Under the hood of Walla Walla Community College's automotive program | Annual women's festival packs more punch amid #MeToo, other campaign | Clark College Orchestra makes a Russian connection | There’s still decent work to be found locally even without a four-year degree | Washington school districts scramble to understand what lawmakers did to their finances | A strong economy means community college enrollment drops | Higher ed, housing and medical push Spokane to near-record permit levels | Aviation maintenance students showcase skills with first-place performance | Bellevue College instructor’s artwork honors transgender lives lost to violence | Free community college for Seattle graduates one step closer to reality | WVC study: Drivers aren't navigating roundabouts properly in NCW | 3 Bellevue College students named to All-Washington Academic Team | Two Yakima Valley College students recognized for their excellence | Students protest gun violence with walk-out at Grays Harbor College >>

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