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News Links | June 12, 2018

June 12, 2018

Veterans at Clark College find support | How Bremerton found its own identity and what’s changed over the years | This R.A. Long graduate earned two associates degrees before she finished high school | Opinion: A promise our community should keep | Graduating with honor: AEP helps students improve lives | Island’s Japanese villages earn national historic designation | CPTC hosts groundbreaking for Center for Advanced Manufacturing Technology | Mukilteo hands out WASA honors | Annual honor cord ceremony recognizes graduating veterans | Inslee focuses on maritime industry during tour of Peninsula | Mentors help pave the way for first-generation college-bound students | Capstone presentation day at Centralia College was largest to date | Opinion: Where’s the challenge, and pride, in free college regardless of GPA? | Hot culinary industry serving up new careers | SFCC students shine in PACE Has Got Talent showcase | SVC grad earns full 2-year scholarship to UW >>

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 | April 26, 2018

April 26, 2018

New program targets first-gen college students | Bates Technical College President Lin Zhou signs contract at board meeting | Learning the art of firefighting | Pierce College professor’s side hustle involves publishing 50 — and counting — romance novels | Demolition day to mark launch of major renovation to Highline College building | High school seniors from across Washington state commit to STEM by signing letters of intent | Automotive Service Technology students at Yakima Valley College earn honors in competition | The assignment: Write something great for violin and... trombone? | Photo: Environmental affairs at Peninsula College | New trustee of Bellingham Technical College appointed by Governor Inslee >>

News Links | March 28, 2018

March 29, 2018

Here are the clever means Russia used to hack the energy industry | Evergreen Public Schools board member honored for leadership | Renton in ‘very good’ condition, mayor says at State of the City address | Portfolio exhibition highlights interior design students’ work | Inslee signs spending and tax-cut bills; here’s what they do | District’s state legislators face local issues at Town Hall forum | Stargazing events move to Stonehenge | Local inventor seeks to change lives through inspiration and innovation >>

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