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News Links | September 8, 2020

September 08, 2020

League of Women Voters of Clark County civics course aims to demystify government | Enrollment is surging for Running Start classes — which are now taught online | Opportunity Grant will continue to benefit Columbia Basin College students | WCC’s Software Development Associate degree | Peninsula College going mostly online | Northwest Wine: Elephant Seven uses Grenache to win Walla Walla Valley wine competition | 30 under 35 | Young leaders talk career, commitment and COVID-19: Ivan Valdovinos | WVC extends student tuition & registration deadline >>

News Links | August 18, 2020

August 18, 2020

Bellevue College, Big Bend Community College, Wenatchee Valley College, Clark College, Everett Community College, Spokane Community College, Spokane Falls Community College, Grays Harbor College, Columbia Basin College | Big Bend celebrates TRiO Upward Bound program with drive thru parade | Wenatchee Valley College Fall quarter primarily online, few exceptions | Clark College Foundation has raised $2 million since start of pandemic | Colleges boost laptop loaner programs amid pandemic | Welders, HVAC techs and nurses (Oh, my!): SCC successfully managing in-person learning during pandemic | EvCC dean, WWII vet, volunteer Bill Deller, 98, helped many | Teacher and saxophonist David Larsen is driven to keep alive legacy of jazz great Gerry Mulligan | Clark County Council hears from residents about systemic racism | Online forum held by Sustainable Wenatchee offers sustainable solutions to the new normal | Local Black leaders: Harris is blazing new trail in politics | Grays Harbor College receives $2.68 million in grant funds to continue TRiO student support services | CBC offers new associate in Computer Science Direct Transfer degree to Washington colleges >>

News Links | August 11, 2020

August 11, 2020

Donald Bressler | Dental Hygiene program at Shoreline Community College partners with University of Washington School of Dentistry for student clinical training | CARES Act funds will help technical college students afford school | LCC offers more hybrid courses but will remain mostly online for fall | BTC was already facing a $1 million shortfall. Then the COVID-19 pandemic hit | Microsoft donates $10K for Big Bend Computer Science program scholarships | Online learning tips for students and teachers from Community Colleges of Spokane’s eLearning Dept. | Professor Latoya Reid, TCC Board recognized with Pacific Regional Equity Award | Workforce system building talent pipeline for healthcare | Seattle City Council weighs ending Navigation Team | Opinion: Updates about a RAP program >>

News Links | July 21, 2020

July 21, 2020

Welding students awarded apprenticeships | Megan Whitener reads "Why I am not President: A campaign speech" by Dennis Held | SVC brewing program finds new way keep processes going | Ag tech entrepreneur sees data as the apple of his eye | Editorial: From the newsroom: Interesting times as intern joins newsroom | Peninsula College officials welcome repeal of visa rule change | Homeless encampment on lawn of Seattle Central College stirs concern | Port underwrites help for small business through partnership with Highline College | Kevin Brockbank: State lawmakers wanted new pathways to career education – Spokane Community College wants a new pathway to a career | Centralia College to begin limited in-person services >>

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