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News Links | October 4, 2016

October 04, 2016

Clark College formally welcomes $40 million STEM Building | Teacher creates app that tracks students' well-being | Pierce College celebrates its 50th anniversary | CPTC: Pritchard appointed to second term on board of trustees | Community and technical college system budget request will help fill jobs, grow the economy | See how Bellingham waterfront has changed since first European settlers | ‘Get here’ | Centralia College educator appointed to national committee | Planning moves forward for Richland’s new health sciences academy | Whatcom Community College receives more than $600K in grants for science programs | Opinion: Is Port Angeles ready to realize its potential? | YVC receives over $3 million in grant money for infrastructure, STEM updates | Cascades College and Career Academy unveiled | ‘Whatever I can dream, I can absolutely do:’ New U.S. citizens gain more than a certificate >>

News Links | September 8, 2016

September 08, 2016

Editorial: Student loans propped up failing for-profit schools | Sparky the Port Angeles fire engine sold but not retired | 2016 LCC Alumni of the Year announced | SCC helps former ITT Tech students | Coding Dojo offers scholarships for ITT Technical Institute students left in the lurch | After 50 years, Edmonds CC still committed to its role as ‘community’ college | $500K grant will help Pierce College continues to close achievement gaps | After closure, local officials urging ITT Tech students to connect with other schools | Nationwide ITT Technical Institute closure includes Everett | Opinion: A day at OCC | Centralia College’s Phoenix Center name change to honor Odegaards >>

News Links | July 26, 2016

July 26, 2016

Collaboration, not competition | Clark College gets approval for new bachelor’s degree | Education Focus: Kids learn to draw cartoons during Skagit Valley College summer classes | Students in Need drive raises $38,387 | Worker Retraining program expands to four-year degrees | Columbia Basin College adds student housing | The origins of family in "Voces del Valle" | Couple lassoes honor for decades of rodeo mentorship | From high school to politics: CPTC student finds his passion | Centralia College clock tower dismantled | CPTC: Local dealer shares Volt with hybrid students | Portland Community College names Mark Mitsui as its president >>

News Links | June 28, 2016

June 28, 2016

New coding boot camps to start this fall at Seattle Central College | State’s community colleges plan to ask for additional $141 million | Mother and son graduate high school together: 'Being on stage with my mom was surreal' | Richland, CBC planning program to train future health care providers | Skagit Valley College holds commencement | Doug Sly ends 31-year Big Bend CC career | New funding formula will mean cuts at some community colleges | 'Trashy Tuesdays' spiff up EdCC campus | Pilot program funds state inmates’ pursuit of college degrees | Seattle officials dismayed by high court’s immigration deadlock | Five Highline College employees win awards | Wounded warrior gifted year of free groceries | New film brings home plight of young Skagit Valley migrants | Preschool education the focus of new local job | Tacoma attorney named to state board | Cascades Job Corps names vendor, set to open class to 300 students in fall | CPTC manufactures professional managers | Boomer U: Graduating at 64 | Student from Libya first to take advantage of SCC-WSU architecture degree | 'They're all stars already' >>

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