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News Links | July 5, 2018

July 05, 2018

Dart Foundation funds $45,000 3-D measuring instrument at Bates Technical College | One job-training program for young adults makes a significant difference, study shows | Green River students build fan app for Seattle Thunderbirds | Executive Q&A: Sheila Edwards Lange on how the path to sharing Seattle's prosperity is through education >>

News Links | June 19, 2018

June 19, 2018

McIntyre scholarship winner took nontraditional route to college | Robert Dowling named 2018 Distinguished Alumnus at Centralia College | Photos: Olympic College 2018 graduation | Viewpoints: When a father gets a second chance at success | Snohomish County parks ranger and dad share legacy of service | Big Bend graduates 538 | Photos: Port Angeles High, Peninsula College conduct graduations | Community Justice Center graduates life skills students | LCC commencement honors grads for their determination | Skagit Valley College graduation on San Juan | Photos | LCC Scholastic Achievement Award winners | Dad's death inspires young immigrant's journey to med school | Father and daughter to graduate from Olympic College together, on Fathers Day | Congratulations to TCC’s class of 2018 | Bates student wins City Club leadership award | SPSCC establishes campus at YHS | CPTC honors excellence at student awards ceremony | Mechatronics & Club MEC recognized at 2018 manufacturing conference >>

News Links | June 12, 2018

June 12, 2018

Veterans at Clark College find support | How Bremerton found its own identity and what’s changed over the years | This R.A. Long graduate earned two associates degrees before she finished high school | Opinion: A promise our community should keep | Graduating with honor: AEP helps students improve lives | Island’s Japanese villages earn national historic designation | CPTC hosts groundbreaking for Center for Advanced Manufacturing Technology | Mukilteo hands out WASA honors | Annual honor cord ceremony recognizes graduating veterans | Inslee focuses on maritime industry during tour of Peninsula | Mentors help pave the way for first-generation college-bound students | Capstone presentation day at Centralia College was largest to date | Opinion: Where’s the challenge, and pride, in free college regardless of GPA? | Hot culinary industry serving up new careers | SFCC students shine in PACE Has Got Talent showcase | SVC grad earns full 2-year scholarship to UW >>

News Links | June 5, 2018

June 05, 2018

Girls 12-16 can learn to build airplane parts at Paine Field | After Georgia-Pacific cut up to 300 employees, workers trying to find footing | Homeless but not hopeless: Spokane high school students overcome the odds | 'We're all part of the same family': Locals march in 'Unity Walk' | Local agencies work to attract tech firms to the Walla Walla Valley | Bates: End-of-Year employee event recognizes first-ever Employee Hall of Fame winners and nominees | Nursing student wins first scholarship in honor of Cascade Mall shooting victim | Can ‘Tennessee Promise’ of free tuition offer lessons for Seattle and Washington? | The road to helping people with disabilities | Piano in the Park brings music to downtown Spokane | ‘Suspicious person’ on Clark College campus prompts lockdown | WVC "Celebrating Our Heroes" Gala raises $85,738 for students | Highline College selects Mosby as new president | Governor tours Monroe prison program to help inmates succeed when released | Camera key as Keynin Battle gains momentum through Images program | Transition programs offer post-graduation life skills | Clark College’s third bachelor’s degree to launch in fall | Shoreline is first community college to offer #YouAreWelcomeHere scholarship | #YouAreWelcomeHere scholarships >>

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