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News Links | April 30, 2020

April 30, 2020

Wenatchee Valley College: Spring graduation ceremonies will be online | Big Bend delivers over 1,000 to local elementary schools | TCC Foundation institutes employee emergency fund | Walla Walla Community College must renew budget battle | Blazing their own trail | Pandemic results in big changes to the program training people how to run ventilators | Centralia College to offer fully online bachelor’s degree program | Centralia College childcare facility 'Children's Lab School' receives highest rating in Lewis County from state agency | Columbia Basin College partners with STCU to raise emergency funds for students during COVID-19 pandemic | New drive-through coronavirus testing site opens in Skagit Co. | College works to help students in need | Washington nursing students adapt to online learning during coronavirus pandemic | College wins part of $6.5 million grant to improve energy efficiency on campus >>

News Links | April 21, 2020

April 21, 2020

WVC offers students curbside food pantry | SPSCC receives $2.6 million in coronavirus funding | City Briefs: TCC online degree program earns accreditation | Poet Derek Annis’ new work largely inspired by his troubled youth | Commentary: WWCC steps up to help financially struggling students | SPSCC, Evergreen commencements to go virtual in June | Take inspiration from these kid heroes who changed the world >>

News Links | April 14, 2020

April 14, 2020

Former WWCC chief Derek Brandes dies | Edmonds CC trustees approve college’s new name: Edmonds College | Low-income students count on finding jobs. But the pandemic has halted their job training. | Peninsula College getting more funds to help with student expenses | Community rallies to restock Big Bend Community College food pantry >>

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