Next Skagit Valley College president announced | Pierce College students selected for 2022 All-Washington Academic Team | Omak resident joins Wenatchee Valley College board of trustees | County and EvCC have deal to keep preschool open next year | TCC to host on-campus commencement June 11 | TCC: Masks encouraged for spring quarter, effective March 28 | Centralia College Nursing program earns accreditation from the National League of Nursing | Three South Puget Sound Community College faculty awarded tenure >>
A 'double whammy' | Bill aims to help homeless and former foster care college students | Confluence Health career fair in Wenatchee seeks job candidates | Yakima Valley College introduces Agricultural Sciences bachelor’s program | Clark County business briefing | Yakima college student is nominated for Transforming Lives Award >>
For many, fly fishing class just the first step | On-site COVID-19 testing available now at Pierce College Fort Steilacoom | At EvCC, ‘The Wall’ teaches students how to thwart cyber crime | Washington’s Opportunity Scholarship program celebrates 6,196 grads, and counting | Apply by Dec. 8 for Guided Pathways IDEAL Fellowship and opportunity to earn $1,000 >>
Navy contract reignites shipbuilding at port | Wenatchee Valley College to host annual catapult contest for students | Clark College Foundation head Lisa Gibert to step down | Microsoft launches community college campaign to address cybersecurity workforce shortage | Gary Locke keynotes anti-hate summit | First-generation college students celebrated at YVC next month | Community invited to help find new Peninsula College president | Weekly Wisdom | Everett Community College President Daria Willis | Community Colleges of Spokane breaking the stigma: How one SFCC employee is making sure students never go hungry >>
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