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News Links | November 13, 2018

November 13, 2018

SPSCC Foundation's annual fundraiser gives culinary students real-world catering experience | Valley vets speak: A calling to develop community among female veterans | Washington’s future winemakers have 4 in-state college options | Behind the badge: Pierce College alumni protect and serve inside the Puyallup Police Department | Grays Harbor College welcomes new trustee Astrid Aveledo | Study: A smarter workforce is needed to win Boeing 797 | Washington Poet Laureate visits with stories, inspiration | From GED to PhD | CPTC Honors veterans at annual Veterans Day ceremony | Help wanted in Yakima's aerospace industry | VIDEO: Mayor leads Families, Education, Preschool, Promise levy victory celebration at South Seattle College >>

News Links | November 6, 2018

November 06, 2018

Aviation students in Everett train for high-demand, high-paying careers in aircraft mechanics | Nazi symbol seen on Olympic College campus protected as free speech | Patriot Prayer pro-gun rally at LCC peaceful despite tense moments | Inmates work toward a cleaner future with unique custodial class | Critics say it would cost too much and no one would come. CBC defends its $13 million culinary school | Students enjoy pumpkins and activities at Fall Fest | LWTech hosts annual benefit breakfast to support students’ emergency funds | Centralia College’s pre-k program receives $800K state grant for new building | EvCC Foundation lines up record-breaking $400K in awards | Altmayer elected to National Board of Community College Trustees >>

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