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News Links | June 17, 2022

June 17, 2022

Peninsula College to award 457 degrees, certificates Saturday | 'This is my time': A promise continues to push Wenatchee Valley College graduate | Grays Harbor College names top 16 students of 2022 | At 57, this new college graduate is changing careers to help other Tri-Citians | New TCC president Harrell gives transportation club an orientation on helping students succeed | Cascadia College’s Class of 2022 walks across the stage | New Walla Walla Community College wine program director eager to 'captain the ship' >>

News Links | May 10, 2022

May 10, 2022

Community college leader says state is not doing enough to help low-income students | Beloved Seattle Colleges programs are safe for now, but their long-term fate remains unclear | Editorial: Trades program building students’ careers and lives | WA Running Start enrollment drops as high school students pause college coursework | Wenatchee Valley College enrollment drops by 12.5% | Seattle Central College’s culinary school saved by community action | Cascadia College Art Gallery hosts Intersections = Math + Art: Showing our Work >>

News Links | October 21, 2021

October 21, 2021

COVID-19 cases highest among 18- to 24-year-olds as students return to campuses | Why Biden's plan for free community college likely will be cut from budget package | LCC reports 90.9% vaccination rate, K-12 schools see lower percentages of staff choosing shots | Eleven full-time Wenatchee Valley College employees granted exemptions, six others gone | First community COVID-19 testing site opens at Spokane Falls Community College | Funding roundup | Construction projects to watch: October 2021 | Washington state workers largely comply with Monday’s vaccine deadline, data show | Skagit Valley College president announces retirement | Amazon expands collaboration with Bellevue College for job training, student assistance >>

News Links | July 8, 2021

July 08, 2021

10 Walla Walla Community College students can win “Shot of a Lifetime” scholarships | SPSCC to require vaccinations for people to attend classes or work on campus this fall | Expect a mix of in-person and online college classes in fall | Construction of Centralia College athletic complex slated for Fall 2021 | Arts returning in-person at CBC this fall | Three new Clark College programs certified | Edmonds College Foundation awarded $170K grant from Verdant to expand mental health services | Big Bend Community College president reflects on what Pride Month means to her >>

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