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News Links | April 10, 2018

May 10, 2018

$649,480 to Bell. Tech helps low-income into technologies | Homeless and sexually abused before she turned 10, a woman finds 'home' in Tacoma choir | Two finalists but no winner in SFCC’s presidential search; decision postponed a year | Clark College musicians honored at festival in Colorado | Mammals in space | Governor pays first visit to Fort Worden | BTC teams with Building Industry Association to offer construction program | Pierce College Puyallup names its fifth president | Spokane man who was homeless gets a second chance | Manufacturing boom highlights need for more industrial college courses | Charges filed against man accused of hiding gun before pulling CBC fire alarm | Q&A: Kyla Coleman, winner of ‘America’s Next Top Model’ and Washington state native >>

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 24, 2018

April 24, 2018

SPSCC President Tim Stokes earns ACT Chief Executive Officer Award | 4 great spots for fun in the sun | Getting to the heart of racial bias takes talking, workplace trainer says | High-paying jobs go begging while high school grads line up for bachelor’s degrees | Taking out the trash checked off Earth Day list of chores for divers in Commencement Bay | Here's good news for Whatcom's rebounding construction industry | CPTC support helps alum achieve culinary dream | Announcing the Thurston EDC Business Award winners | Cancer couldn’t derail this ‘I Have a Dream’ alum’s goal to be a nurse | Need a job? Tri-Cities restaurants and hotels need you — and not just for the summer | Tri-Cities colleges are seeing more hungry students. They're not alone, but they've got a plan | Sonico keeps planes flying | Microsoft Donates to Big Bend Community College | College In High School breaks down economic barriers | Food & Drink: Dim sum class has tasty homework | Peek inside La Cage Aux Folles at South Puget Sound Community College | Edmonds CC’s Tonya Drake named chancellor at WGU Washington | Tacoma Concert Band bids farewell to founding conductor Robert Musser in April 28 concert | Tree Campus USA — Shoreline Community College recognized by Arbor Day Foundation >>

News Links | March 20, 2018

March 20, 2018

LCC's Clinton Howard and Marinda Strine win academic honors | High school at sea: Everett marine-biology school shines, but other districts aren’t on board | Tacoma Community College has a new president | ORCA places third at Orca Bowl | Addressing Washington’s skilled worker gap | Two SPSCC students awarded at 22nd Annual All-Washington ceremony | New president looks to build on Heritage’s efforts in Valley | Walla Walla Community College's Try-A-Trade draws crowd | CPTC hosts international student graduation ceremony | When Bruce Lee was just an unknown, everyday guy | The long-lost history of the Tacoma Speedway | Generation Inspiration brings Intergenerational Cultural Exchange to Kitsap Regional Library | Metal art competition at Columbia Basin College | They dropped out of school. Now these Tri-City teens are trying to drive on Mars | Veteran program paints the path to a future career | Kirkland police investigate possible mass shooting threats at Lake Washington Institute of Technology | Olympia college students call for action on national walkout day | They drew chalk outlines honoring shooting victims — 'We want this to be the last time' | Green River College to launch educational opportunities in Covington | “What is it that a student needs from us?...That’s where we’re changing the culture. We focus on what a student needs at that moment.” >>

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