Deaf students are entitled to an education, but there’s a shortage of people qualified to teach them | Washington Legislature looks to tackle growing nursing workforce shortages this year | Two Edmonds College students honored with Transforming Lives Awards | Government-To-Government Summit among Tribal leaders and college leadership held at Shoreline Community College Thursday | As tech jobs melt, the trades beckon. This Tacoma plumber makes $140K+. | CBC offers community members an easy option for legislative testimony | Edmonds College will soon be a major bus hub | Previous winner of The Voice visits Spokane Falls Community College for Black History Month >>
Snapshots | Shoreline Community College professor appointed to state commission | Free community college: An idea whose time has come? | Cascadia dives deep into Indigenous Studies with new Tribal Liaison | Very Short Play Festival set for Friday >>
Everett Community College receives $2.25 million federal grant to support low-income students | Fresh start as classes begin at Peninsula College | Colleges in Washington receive funding to offer child care for parents in college | WVC offering baseball umpire course to address shortage | Cascadia College begins American Indian and Indigenous Studies program | Peninsula College offers Vocal Masters Series | Yakima Valley College offers GED, diploma help to those off-track | Even unvaccinated OC students could return soon >>
Upward Bound Program helps underserved students get into college | Sen. Murray announces additional pandemic relief for WA higher education; Includes GHC | Edmonds College awarded grant for new AI lab | Cascadia College is creating a model for campus sustainability | Dr. Jack Kahn to start July 2 as the next president of Shoreline Community College >>
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