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News Links | August 25, 2020

August 25, 2020

GHC dealing with, adapting to instruction in the age of a pandemic | BTC awarded $1.3 million grant | Highline College hosts COVID-19 testing every Wednesday | Photos: Making art work | Head Start will offer parents in-person and fully virtual options | Peninsula College offers retraining funds to help unemployed | CARES Act funds will make school more affordable for technical college students | Peninsula College moves Saturday ceremony online | Walla Walla Community College granted $2.18 million to continue TRiO program >>

News Links | August 11, 2020

August 11, 2020

Donald Bressler | Dental Hygiene program at Shoreline Community College partners with University of Washington School of Dentistry for student clinical training | CARES Act funds will help technical college students afford school | LCC offers more hybrid courses but will remain mostly online for fall | BTC was already facing a $1 million shortfall. Then the COVID-19 pandemic hit | Microsoft donates $10K for Big Bend Computer Science program scholarships | Online learning tips for students and teachers from Community Colleges of Spokane’s eLearning Dept. | Professor Latoya Reid, TCC Board recognized with Pacific Regional Equity Award | Workforce system building talent pipeline for healthcare | Seattle City Council weighs ending Navigation Team | Opinion: Updates about a RAP program >>

News Links | July 14, 2020

July 14, 2020

'Cruel, abrupt and unlawful': States sue Trump administration over college student visa rule | Spokane Falls Community College expands food pantry benefits for students | In a word, new Clark College president ‘committed’ | LCC planning more hybrid courses for fall quarter, careful reopening | Peninsula College resurrects summer community education classes | Peninsula College reels from new rule aimed at international students | Colleges protest policy change to international student visas | New Trump administration rule has Washington's international students on edge | Students resume in-person classes at BTC for first time since COVID-19 closure in March | Job Corps plans for post-COVID-19 re-opening | ICE order for international students raises alarm at Clark College >>

News Links | May 7, 2020

May 07, 2020

Big Bend receives funding for individual COVID-19 related relief grants | People venture outdoors after stay-home order slightly eases | Mosbrucker to receive Clark College Foundation award | WWCC responds to COVID-19 | Lower Columbia College will reopen essential labs starting Tuesday | Barron Heating awards scholarships to two studying building trades at BTC | Keeping on top of the pandemic: News you need to know, in brief | Masks, social distancing challenge interpreters for the deaf >>

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