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News Links | April 11, 2019

April 11, 2019

PC offers awards to enroll | Editorial: Restore prisoners’ access to books, Pell grants | Pharmacy Tech alum finds home at local hospital | Construction on track for BBCC workforce education building | CCCSE reports offers insight into connection between mindset and student success | Edmonds CC honored with national marketing and PR awards | She’s walking proof that a college degree can take you places | Clark College students help prepare Hazel Dell garden for spring | Centralia College announces Dan Haskins as 2019 Distinguished Alumnus | WWCC instructor earns statewide recognition | Centralia College acquires nuclear magnetic resource spectrometer | Drones now part of search and rescue toolbox | CPTC student leader selected for prestigious scholarship >>

News Links | April 9, 2019

April 09, 2019

KBCS: 46 years of promoting unrepresented voices | Opinion: How 93,000 more Washington students can thrive after high school | Quincy council donates $10,000 to BBCC | Leadership Eastside hosts panel discussing the American Dream | Born to be an artist: Meghan Flynn | College prez worries about future funding | Exhibit features the best artwork from 50 EdCC students | RLS Productions continues to donate scholarships with an eye on the future | Sexual assault advocates gather for second year of ‘Start by Believing’ campaign >>

News Links | April 4, 2019

April 04, 2019

Service learning comes to PR community | Royal students receive scholarships from Dell | LCC partners with Western Governors University, expands continuing ed options | Green River College trains the next generation of cyber security experts | Peninsula College plans position cuts due to $800K deficit | Big Bend Japanese Agricultural Training Program enters 54th year | South King County schools falling short in preparing students for college, careers, report says | Bachelor of Nursing at Wenatchee Valley College | Shoreline Community College graduates its second class of Tesla service technicians >>

News Links | March 28, 2019

March 28, 2019

NanoCon upgrades to version VI | Editorial: Teaching, training tomorrow's leaders, workers | From high-school dropout to future neurosurgeon: College tips from an extraordinary student | Peninsula College hosts Running Start Info Night | Clark College enrollment sees big drop | South Seattle College offering two quarters of tuition to Art Institute students | Never too late for an IT career | Two Clark College students make All-Washington Academic Team | Meet Phuong Do, All Washington Academic Team scholar >>

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