More colleges join AACC/Microsoft cyber skills initiative | World renowned Slam Poet Ashlee Haze performs in Spokane in honor of MLK Day | Tribal elder to teach weaving class | YVC adds bachelor’s degree program in agricultural science | Peninsula College gets massive grant to help more students earn a CDL | Education and healthcare advocate to receive Martin Luther King, Jr Spirit Award at CBC >>
Worker shortage, housing crisis: Edmonds tiny home project aims at both | More than a place to learn: SCC language program gets grant to expand capacity as Ukrainian refugees flock to Spokane | Bob Mohrbacher commentary: It was a very good year for Centralia College | Nurse-case scenario | How to plan high-quality, non-degree workforce programs at community colleges >>
Kudos for commitments toward equitable workforce development for infrastructure jobs | New ‘talent hub’ focuses on semiconductor, nanotech | Two new members appointed to Bellevue College Board of Trustees | Registration open for Nov. 19 Black and Brown Male Summit at Highline College | Lower Columbia College instructor returns to 'Jeopardy!' Thursday | Explore manufacturing careers with Everett Community College at the Everett Library! >>
Renton Technical College introduces program to let students try a trade | Student demand for flexibility fuels increase in online classes. CBC enrollment climbs | South Puget Sound Community College opens the Dr. Angela J. Bowen Center for Health Education | Minh Carrico’s work featured at Edmonds College Art Gallery | Amazon donates $3M to Seattle-area colleges to support computer science degrees >>
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