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News Links | May 28, 2019

May 28, 2019

Boosting aid with a tax on business | Maestros para el Pueblo program celebrates success | Environmental Sciences alumni award winner promotes sustainable living | Finding ‘power’ in adversity | CBC just received a $1 million pledge. These are the students who will benefit | WWCC Automotive Tech program is alive and well | Bates: Congressman Denny Heck joins faculty and student speakers at this year’s Commencement Ceremony | Nisqually Indian Tribe member to demonstrate bark stripping at SPSCC | Memorial Day ceremony at CBC honored those who served | How an Inland Northwest Culinary Academy graduate landed an internship at one of the best restaurants in the world | Fifth-graders get hands on lesson in renewable energy at Energy Science Days | Business, jobs flocking to MIC | Free "Scrubs Camp" for local students June 1 | Clark College to cut 3 programs | YPD searching for new recruits | Edmonds School District employee earns EdCC Foundation’s Associate Faculty award >>

News Links | May 14, 2019

May 14, 2019

Pierce College Fort Steilacoom names new president | What happens when the science of trauma and building resilience go to prison? | Commentary: Taking next step after prison for single mothers | Peninsula College names new longhouse director | Notes from a fledgling birder | Seattle International Film Festival returns to Shoreline for fourth year | Food & drink: A field study in foraging for mushrooms | Graduation rates up in Walla Walla | Art reception slated for Tuesday at Peninsula College Port Townsend campus | Human Services alumni award winner finds joy assisting local students | New union building at GHC misses cut on state funding | What happens when wind turbines get too old? | Architectural Engineering Design instructor receives honor | The Jets and the Sharks rumble at Centralia College | Local artist to teach pastel course at GHC | BBCC signs agreements with Korean schools | Going from grapes to glass >>

News Links | May 7, 2019

May 07, 2019

Two SFCC Piano students earn scholarships to Whitworth | Keep on truckin’: The wide reach of drivers | Clark College becomes accredited testing center for American Welding Society | Tacoma Community College welcomes Dr. Judy Loveless-Morris as new interim vice president of equity, Diversity & Inclusion | Editorial: Study of local wine industry bodes well for future | CPTC awarded grant to support Guided Pathways math redesign | Green River College’s Barton honored for work with water | Annual State of Tourism winners announced | Culinary students ready for “Top Chef” style competition at BTC | Vancouver celebrates Small Business Month | Female apprentices wanted: Annual event exposes girls to trade career possibilities | The teachers show their stuff | State higher ed funding pleases WWCC | May 3 fundraiser to help Edmonds CC salsa band travel to Puerto Rico | Students, instructors create their best for annual exhibits | WATCH: Seattle Southside Chamber’s ‘State of Our Schools’ event | Hadda Estrada understands experiences of international students >>

News Links | April 25, 2019

April 25, 2019

Community colleges work to meet demand for skilled trades in Spokane | Visiting artist Joseph Seymour brings Coast Salish spirit to SPSCC ceramics class | EvCC instructor’s artwork inspired by seasonal transitions | Lifting up Latino culture, literacy at Clark College celebration | Green River College’s pioneering radio station celebrates 30 years of ‘Today’s Rock’ | Off-the-page perspective: Expert talks ‘Four-Color Reality’ and the impact of comic books in America | New support for learning English at YVC | Jobs of the future: Blue collar is back | Secrets of Success: Education >>

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