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News Links | October 15, 2019

October 15, 2019

Skagit Valley College celebrates new scholarship, pre-engineering program | Big Bend gets approval to move forward with bachelor's degree | California approved nearly $500M in emergency aid for community-college students. Could Washington be next? | Here’s the story behind Indigenous Peoples’ Day and how the Seattle area is marking it | Columbus Day also a day to celebrate indigenous people | Group to host story slam at Peninsula College | K9s visit criminal justice students at Big Bend | Korean-American artist featured at TCC gallery | More students are taking CBC classes. What’s making the difference? | ‘Taking It In’ at the Port Angeles Fine Arts Center | Brandon Ting and the high art of ramen | Swenson joins Highline College Board of Trustees | BTC awarded grant to help non-traditional students | Salish Sea educator workshop will be Saturday, Oct. 19 at MaST Center | $43M health education center headed to downtown Tacoma Bates campus | Educators, labor leaders gather in Centralia for 'State of the Region' summit >>

News Links | October 3, 2019

October 03, 2019

BTC’s dental clinic seeks patients for student training | SFCC starts saving cafeteria leftovers in effort to curb hunger, food waste | Milestone: Peninsula College’s Certified Medical Assistant program in top 1 percent in nation | North Seattle College’s applied baccalaureate in app development delivers full-stack IT skills to local learners | Association of Washington Businesses tour stops at SEH America in Vancouver | WVC Foundation opts to sponsor Careers After School program | EvCC aims to recruit more women for aerospace training programs | Edmonds CC to celebrate Manufacturing Day Oct. 4 >>

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 >>

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