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News Links | August 6, 2019

August 06, 2019

New members elected to Bellingham Technical College Foundation Board | Opinion: Homeless students deserve a shot at college | Grays Harbor College hires new Athletic Director | Startup 425 devises work plan, asks for entrepreneur input | Vigor’s latest chapter underscores the crisis of American shipbuilding | Vancouver Chautauqua to celebrate state’s suffragist history | Local bakery makes treats for your furry friends | Tri-Cities' school districts looking for volunteers for Lunch Buddies program >>

News Links | July 2, 2019

July 02, 2019

In response to economic demand, Centralia College starts commercial driving course | Schools shine at Washington State wine competition | Cornhole event brings the game's elite to Centralia | Living-wage jobs in Whatcom County are going unfilled. ‘We need young people ...’ | K-Pop World Festival came to Seattle looking for the next great star. Here’s who they found. | Southwest Washington High Tech Council targets education | Rosé on the rise | Esports: Peninsula College setting up competitive video gaming program | Mount Vernon nurse returns from relief efforts in Venezuela | From the Newsroom: Seasoned pros are back in the fold | Teaching, Learning, Community: EdCC President Dr. Amit Singh talks about school’s mission | The new Spokane Falls Community College president opens up about the challenges and opportunities ahead | The popular exhibit ‘Art of the Garden’ is back at the Schack | Inslee appoints Jeanne Bennett as new Clark College trustee | Peninsula College bridge builders earn high marks in international competition | Small crowd but lively discussion at Shoreline CC public meeting >>

News Links | June 18, 2019

June 18, 2019

Clark student trains to become culinary instructor for the blind | New scholarship aims to help students pursue two-year degrees | Light of passage | Big Bend celebrates class of 2019 | Big Bend CC transitional program graduates 104 | Editorial: In Our View: Cheers & Jeers: Knight lauded; algae unwelcome | South Seattle College celebrates 2019 graduating class | Graduation is an especially meaningful milestone for this survivor of Somalia's civil war | Wenatchee Valley College celebrates RN grads with special pinning ceremony | Combating cyber crimes and attacks | Year-end celebration recognizes staff and faculty excellence | Upgrades mean safer shelter, better bus access for Olympic College riders | Former Whatcom Community College Trustee wins state leadership award | Firefighters train to respond to wildfires | Weekend events celebrate Walla Walla wine | Empathy, compassion a focus in college presentation | Clark College, community bid fond farewell to Bob Knight | Mission Creek Corrections Center holds graduation for women working for a second chance | LWTech to graduate students earning high school diplomas and associate degrees | LCC commencement date has been set | Imprisoned graduates celebrate accomplishments and earn degrees at Mission Creek >>

News Links | May 7, 2019

May 07, 2019

Two SFCC Piano students earn scholarships to Whitworth | Keep on truckin’: The wide reach of drivers | Clark College becomes accredited testing center for American Welding Society | Tacoma Community College welcomes Dr. Judy Loveless-Morris as new interim vice president of equity, Diversity & Inclusion | Editorial: Study of local wine industry bodes well for future | CPTC awarded grant to support Guided Pathways math redesign | Green River College’s Barton honored for work with water | Annual State of Tourism winners announced | Culinary students ready for “Top Chef” style competition at BTC | Vancouver celebrates Small Business Month | Female apprentices wanted: Annual event exposes girls to trade career possibilities | The teachers show their stuff | State higher ed funding pleases WWCC | May 3 fundraiser to help Edmonds CC salsa band travel to Puerto Rico | Students, instructors create their best for annual exhibits | WATCH: Seattle Southside Chamber’s ‘State of Our Schools’ event | Hadda Estrada understands experiences of international students >>

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