Walla Walla Community College to expand welding program | Discover Your Path Academy giving migrant students hands-on workforce experience this summer | Shrinking enrollments lead to rethinking of criminal justice programs | Commentary: Value of higher education can be measured in many ways | Clark College gets grant for surgical technician program >>
SFCC graduate pivots focus to medicine after seeing pandemic’s impact on local tribes | Spokane Falls Community College offers summer course for high schoolers to explore field of cybersecurity | Edmonds College to launch medical assistant program | Snapshots | WWCC wine program now accepts part-time students | Five-year workforce projections will rely on tech workers >>
Scarbrough named to Clark College Board of Trustees | Community news briefs: PC selects diversity/equity/inclusion VP | WWCC expands Warrior Pledge pilot program | JATP back at Big Bend | Grays Harbor College honors 16 students graduating with 4.0 GPAs | Marivy Vasquez succeeded as a first-generation student. Now she is giving back at YVC | Chokers walk into next chapter | Bellevue College receives IDEAS grant to expand study abroad programs | Edmonds College receives recertification through 2026 for cybersecurity programs | Studio Basin: Academics, word nerds and a sports junkie | Step up to College (SUTC) Program designed for disengaged students >>
Edmonds College a finalist for Men of Color grant | Edmonds College a finalist for Men of Color grant | Tacoma Community College recognizes Tony Lindgren as 2023 Distinguished Alumnus | Non-traditional students among those graduating from Spokane area colleges this week | Learning to fly: Former refugee earns scholarship for Big Bend flight training | Wenatchee area responders to stage simulated active shooter scene | Walla Walla Community College celebrates 55th graduating class >>
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