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News Links | May 25, 2023

May 25, 2023

‘Big Bend changed that for me’ | Peninsula College history professor to present | Conspiracy and political fear in mid-20th century America,” at May 25 Studium Generale | Skagit Valley College to offer bachelor's degree in computer science | Omak business/civic leader chosen for WVC alumni award | 2013 Highline College graduate Josias Jean-Pierre named 2023 Distinguished Alumnus | Steve and Sharon Huling Automotive Technology Center celebrated at South Seattle College | Centralia College honors campus stalwart with Bob Peters Field | Green Team leads Edmonds College’s efforts during 2023 Campus Race to Zero Waste competition >>

News Links | April 13, 2023

April 13, 2023

Peninsula College Forks branch aims to serve West End | SPSCC hosts 2023 All-Washington Academic Team ceremony | ‘Proudly fueled by sugar’ | Newsmakers: CEOs on the move | EvCC narrows president search to 3 finalists | Local View: Clark College offers pathways to success | State Senate recognizes Edmonds College student leader | Seven Hills winemaker Casey McClellan named interim director for WWCC Institute of Enology and Viticulture | WVC offering new machine operator certificate >>

News Links | March 21, 2023

March 21, 2023

Foster, homeless college students in WA could get more housing support | Peninsula College revamping its application, enrollment process | Lower Columbia College president column: Opportunity can’t wait when it comes to education | New chancellor announced for Community Colleges of Spokane | Big Bend looks to increase Mattawa offerings | High school students can now get one-on-one help applying for federal student aid >>

News Links | February 14, 2023

February 14, 2023

BBCC President pushes for education legislation in Olympia | Mettle meets mettle | Larsen to highlight earmark funding for Edmonds College, City of Lynnwood and Volunteers of America Western Washington projects | Yakima area hospitals and nursing programs work together to address nursing shortage | Inland Northwest Culinary Academy crafting future chefs of Spokane | Walla Walla Community College students get food security through Warrior pantry >>

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