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News Links | July 30, 2019

July 30, 2019

Clover Park Rotary Club works with graphic technology program for a new logo | ‘Basically I’m their teacher’: Washington has big plans for its 25,500 school paraeducators | Daria Willis says EvCC job is “literally a dream come true” | ‘Let the battle begin' | PROJECT BIOTECH students share their newfound knowledge with Showcase of Learning poster sessions | SCC Director of Clean Energy Technology chosen for international learning exchange program in Germany | Hundreds of new Washington laws take effect Sunday | Feed me Seymour - Classic sci-fi musical brings together theatre, college | Raging emotions on display | GHC showcases Latin culture with Fiesta en el Puerto | LCC names Dick Peters 2019 Alumnus of the Year >>

News Links | July 11, 2019

July 11, 2019

Southwest Washington prepares for STP riders this weekend | Edmonds CC awarded accreditation for College in the High School program | Wenatchee Valley College and Confluence Health hosting emergency training exercise | TCC president Dr. Ivan Harrell appointed to AACC Commission on Structured Pathways | SPSCC to host 3-day VA event: Economic Investment Initiative | Karlee Norton reads "Grinding Grain" by Allen Braden | Wine, women and Shakespeare set for Port Angeles Fine Arts Center | Girl coding camp at CBC | Federal Way resident among 4 earning top employee honors | New law means WCC is truly free for some | Grant aids WVC students | More Leadership Grays Harbor graduates | Governor Inslee appoints SPSCC alumna Student Regent at University of Washington >>

News Links | July 2, 2019

July 02, 2019

In response to economic demand, Centralia College starts commercial driving course | Schools shine at Washington State wine competition | Cornhole event brings the game's elite to Centralia | Living-wage jobs in Whatcom County are going unfilled. ‘We need young people ...’ | K-Pop World Festival came to Seattle looking for the next great star. Here’s who they found. | Southwest Washington High Tech Council targets education | Rosé on the rise | Esports: Peninsula College setting up competitive video gaming program | Mount Vernon nurse returns from relief efforts in Venezuela | From the Newsroom: Seasoned pros are back in the fold | Teaching, Learning, Community: EdCC President Dr. Amit Singh talks about school’s mission | The new Spokane Falls Community College president opens up about the challenges and opportunities ahead | The popular exhibit ‘Art of the Garden’ is back at the Schack | Inslee appoints Jeanne Bennett as new Clark College trustee | Peninsula College bridge builders earn high marks in international competition | Small crowd but lively discussion at Shoreline CC public meeting >>

News Links | June 27, 2019

June 27, 2019

State community college trustees meet in Moses Lake | Centralia College debuts commercial truck driving course | Verbatim: Tawni Borden Andrews | Tim Douglas receives state community college honor | Zerba Cellars 2016 Wild Z wins Walla Walla wine competition | Clark College board picks interim president | Microsoft donates $400k to Big Bend Community College Workforce Education Center | Saint Martin's University announces recipients of Trustee Scholarships | Kaiser Permanente, Seattle Colleges offer scholarships for Medical Assistant students | Edmonds CC President Amit Singh to speak at June 27 Edmonds Chamber luncheon | Graduates honored at Grays Harbor College commencement ceremony | Community members recognized for helping prevent youth substance abuse >>

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