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News Links | May 29, 2018

May 29, 2018

From the infantry to medical school, this soldier perseveres | EvCC considering where to build its new Learning Resource Center | Spanish speakers graduate from computer course | Movement to eat locally grown food in full swing in Clark County | Eric Trent, once a homeless drug addict, puts his energy into sports journalism these days | EdCC chef wins Beard award | EdCC Foundation gala exceeds goal | CPTC sets records with 75th Anniversary Gala | SPSCC announces new brewing distilling program | Community and technical college transfer students shine at universities | In Everett, hateful signs of the times | Solar car races, energy fair give fifth-graders a lesson in renewable energy | Fear not, there are guardians amongst us | ‘Electrify America’ grant to fund six vehicle charging stations at TCC >>

News Links | May 22, 2018

May 22, 2018

LCC leadership students assist in St. Helens Elementary classrooms | Coastal Watershed Institute interns win mention for poster | Lakewood community college a finalist for $1 million prize for excellence | Return to the River Salmon Festival showcases work to preserve Valley’s ecosystems | Murray introduces new bill to combat child care cost | A night of magic, mind reading, and comedy | Poet laureates headline Skagit River Poetry Festival | Spokane sci-fi/fantasy writer wins publication, trip to LA and more | Bremerton, Olympic College ponder pedestrian bridge over Warren Avenue | CPTC welcomes high schoolers for annual Career Conference | EvCC builds BRIDGES and raises $9,200 for program | Tribes receive college Partner of the Year Award | SPSCC inducts largest group ever to the Lifetime Circle of the President’s Club | Olympic College may tap Barnes & Noble to operate bookstore | Interlocal arrangement is good business for City, Green River College | Repair what you wear series repurposes old materials to reduce waste | ID-protecting advice in the spotlight as state attorney general visits South Seattle College >>

News Links | May 15, 2018

May 15, 2018

A community college helped him as a first-generation student. He's now the next president at Pierce College Puyallup | How does a $43-an-hour job in Whatcom sound? This could get you there. | Regulations curb growth, Peninsula officials say | As job openings abound, employers look to younger workers | Fifteen years of women in wine at Walla Walla Community College | Pierce College Dean Sachi Horback, Ph.D., honored with national award for development of Faculty of Color Mentorship program | Spending your money on 'Graham State University' could pay off big | El Sueño Americano — finding the American dream | Castle Rock High School librarian Kim Karnofski wins national award | 3 finalists named for Highline College presidency | A modern woman: pioneering architect Audrey Van Horne | An award-winning Maine winery brings in most of its grapes from Washington >>

News Links | April 26, 2018

April 26, 2018

New program targets first-gen college students | Bates Technical College President Lin Zhou signs contract at board meeting | Learning the art of firefighting | Pierce College professor’s side hustle involves publishing 50 — and counting — romance novels | Demolition day to mark launch of major renovation to Highline College building | High school seniors from across Washington state commit to STEM by signing letters of intent | Automotive Service Technology students at Yakima Valley College earn honors in competition | The assignment: Write something great for violin and... trombone? | Photo: Environmental affairs at Peninsula College | New trustee of Bellingham Technical College appointed by Governor Inslee >>

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