Q&A: Why Paul Francis wants you to reconsider community college | Shoreline Community College student earns prominent state-wide recognition | Peninsula College adapting to next generation of students | Spokane Falls Community College gets kids excited about STEM with interactive activities | Bellingham Technical College welcomes new president | BBCC trustees meet with legislators | Skagit Valley College's Whidbey Island campus opens Niko's Closet clothing pantry | Free English language, citizenship classes offered in Toppenish | Marie Gluesenkamp Perez tours Centralia College in first district visit as a congresswoman | Bates Technical College’s Dental Assisting program earns re-accreditation | Everett college students press Murray to boost financial aid funding | Kirkland Police hold catalytic converter etching event to prevent expensive replacement bills | Yakima Valley teaching winery wins several awards for student-made wines >>
Centering equity in community college baccalaureate programs | Hi-tech business a buzz in Clark County | Seattle Colleges’ $14 million financial forecast flub frustrates staff | SPSCC one step closer to offering its first BAS degree | Bellingham Technical College announces new president | First lady Jill Biden highlights high school programs at Bates Technical College | Local colleges work to educate students on the importance of voting >>
Good luck getting solar any time soon. Here’s how Bellingham, Whatcom colleges plan to help | Walla Walla Community College opens free food pantry | Green River College to celebrate the life of Dr. Mel Lindbloom | Spokane council votes down zoning change tied to proposed homeless shelter | Who gets college cred for making wine? Find out, taste their work! >>
Corporations, community colleges partner on cybersecurity training | Highline, Green River chosen among top 150 community colleges | Pierce College EDI CARES hosts Students of Color empowerment summit | Indigenous teens fight to keep cultures alive >>
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