SPSCC’s Craft Brewing & Distillery program now accepting applications | Coronavirus quarantines and more | Auto techs in the making: Clark College automotive program has 100 percent job placement | Demand for BBCC’s food pantry at critical mass, donations needed | Clark County Public Health testing seven people for coronavirus | Bellevue College president, vice president out after mural on Japanese American incarceration was altered | Marysville City Council president earns leadership accolade: Foundation donates $1.5 million for STEM | Kirkland, Wash., becomes epicenter of coronavirus response as cases spread | Edmonds CC student Vinicius Armucho honored with Transforming Lives award | Guest column | The wagon is coming – adaptability is essential – is higher education ready? | $1.5 million Kennewick wine village opens in March near downtown waterfront | RTC president awarded fellowship | She helps 2nd Harvest fight hunger. Now she’s going to help fill minds | Changemakers: Foundation gives college scholarships to former inmates in need of ‘second chance’ | Spokane community colleges help hungry, homeless students | WVC participates in Chelan County jail’s new reintroduction program | Bates: New Fire Service program director specializes in truck company and fire ground operations | W.F. West, Centralia College partnership yielding results, administrators say | Centralia College participates in statewide study finding widespread housing insecurities for students | Five Big Bend students headed to national ag competition | Wells Hall mountain is a temporary feature on WVC campus | Wenatchee Valley College machining program gets $10K >>
Green River College president selected for Aspen Institute’s New Presidents Fellowship for Community College Excellence | A tasty Lunar New Year | Community, technical college board to hear applied bachelor’s degree proposals, hold study session on employee diversity | Edmonds CC collects 22,500 food donations to help feed hungry students | KEDA breakfast forecasts local economic development | GHC management degree program looking for applicants | Commentary: We need to, but how do we talk about race? | Tacoma Community College plunged into darkness as mystery electrical problem hits campus | Highline College unveils $30.3M renovation of Health and Life Sciences building >>
Legislators consider expanding access to higher education in Washington correctional facilities | NIC, SCC among 15 schools receiving $100K grants in second year of Metallica Scholars Initiative | Edmonds CC Build It NOW program aims to help inventors get from idea to prototype in six weeks | 'Fun Home': Centralia College musical tackles hard subjects with beautiful music | CBC students shine the light on human trafficking | State House passes bill to give relief to students with unpaid fines >>
Tackling equity, diversity and success for all students | Washington experiments with giving women in prison limited access to the internet | Parent Academy helps parents help students | Washington, Idaho colleges bracing for 'enrollment cliff' in 2025 | Tacoma colleges will benefit from $10 million surprise donation from late centenarian | Meet Buddy Molina, Associated Students of Pierce College Puyallup President | SPSCC renames the gallery at the Kenneth J. Minnaert Center for the Arts for retiring trustee Leonor R. Fuller | Edmonds CC faculty picketing for pay raises | Students celebrate First-Generation College Student Week | Washington board awards $2 million to help financially struggling students | From MentorLinks mentee to mentor >>
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