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News Links | April 9, 2024

April 09, 2024

Community colleges tackle another challenge: Students recovering from past substance use | Can $500 a month make a dent in Seattle-area poverty? | Pierce College Puyallup hires new Vice President of Learning and Student Success | Investing in Community Colleges | From Bates Technical College to the Big Apple: Culinary student follows passion for pastry and Filipino flavor to Culinary Institute of America | New Clark College campus at Boschma Farms designed for advanced manufacturing, renewable energy programs | PC gets federal infusion to start dental hygiene program | Clark College to launch new EV repair training program | When this mascot sings it's a sign of spring | Grays Harbor College to benefit from research project grant for all WA community/technical colleges >>

News Links | April 4, 2024

April 04, 2024

SPSCC to recognize 92 honor college students from Washington schools | Edmonds College hosts annual Expanding Your Horizons event | Pierce Transit debuts door-to-door, on-demand van service | Clark College awarded a $2.2 million Title III grant from U.S. Department of Education | SPSCC Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer Science new course launching this fall semester | Peninsula College receives $3.9 million grant | CBC offers free forklift safety training courses through a grant from the state >>

News Links | March 14, 2024

March 14, 2024

A deeper look at Guided Pathways | Wenatchee Valley College program is unique path to pharmacy career | Spokane Falls Community College's "Charlotte's Web" | Sculptor Haiying Wu to create Billy Frank Jr. statue at SPSCC | A win for STEM education in Bothell | Big Bend Community College celebrates Educator of the Year: Dawnne Ernette | At Edmonds College, students go from barista to airplane maker in weeks | Yakima Valley College hosts 2024 Northwest Guitar festival >>

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