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News Links | Feb. 20, 2024

February 20, 2024

Writing for the Winery class to return to WWCC | Guest Opinion: FAFSA opens doors for many students, their families | Pierce College is relaunching student newspaper: The Pinnacle | Grays Harbor College celebrates recent success of CDL graduation | Photography featuring Indigenous women on display at college’s Longhouse | Skagit Valley College Board of Trustees gets new member | Diversity series hosts speaker on race and justice during Black History Month >>

News Links | Feb. 13, 2024

February 13, 2024

Shifting schools | During Edmonds College talk, virologist explains how AI is changing gene therapy research | South Seattle College and partners transforming past Hat ‘n’ Boots site into future forest | Commentary: A generous community changes lives for WWCC students | TCC hosts 2nd Annual Black Artists Exhibition | How the College Assistance Migrant Program helps students succeed | Event honoring Edwin T. Pratt held at Shoreline Community College Tuesday >>

News Links | Nov. 14, 2023

November 14, 2023

Walla Walla Community College joins partnership to help students transition from high school to college | Seattle Colleges Chancellor Rosie Rimando-Chareunsap recognized as one of the most influential Filipina women in the world | Rep. Gluesenkamp Perez holds career and resource fair for veterans | SPSCC Trustee Steven Drew reappointed | Edmonds College and YWCA partner to provide free technology classes for low-income students | Clark College announces changes on governing board | Donation of $5,000 benefits diesel technology students at Centralia College | Veterans Program at YVC supports students, families | CBC announces new Digital Marketing Associate degree >>

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