New program at BTC for homeless residents | Columbia Basin College awarded $25,000 for behavioral healthcare students | Bellevue College receives grant from National Science Foundation | Pierce College partners with Tumwater for paramedic training program | Wenatchee Valley College names Pedro Navarrete new associate vice president | Clark College enrollment up 10.4%, still about 1,000 fewer students than pre-pandemic | Yakima Valley College receives $1 million for STEM student scholarships, opportunities | Supporting manufacturing in Lakewood >>
WWCC, Bellingham Tech get grant to promote technical programs | State Board awards high-demand program funds | GHC’s Dr. William Dyer receives Distinguished Alumni Award from University of Puget Sound | Even after the pandemic, broadband is critical for rural education. $1 billion won’t be enough to reach everyone in Washington. | 'Community centered': Wenatchee Valley College president gives definition to the institution's role | Culinary garden offers homegrown produce for Clark College’s kitchens | Commentary: Good news at Centralia College — Enrollment is up, $524,000 in scholarships awarded | Chancellor Rosie Rimando-Chareunsap’s new appointment will repair trust, bring stability >>
NPS: Columbia Basin College planetarium | Newsmakers: Appointments | Sara Smith: BTC student fishery | Third party cybersecurity incident impacts Peninsula College community | A classroom in the vineyard >>
LCC offers new transfer credit toward BAS-OLTM | Lynden School Board to review district’s alternative learning experiences | SFCC students get hands-on experience making prosthetics, orthotics | Wenatchee Valley College classes taught outdoors, blending disciplines | Yakima Valley College honors students, faculty with annual awards | ESD 105 wins distinguished service award >>
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