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News Links | January 16, 2020

January 16, 2020

Christine Johnson and Marie Cini: The future of work is gray. Here’s how Community Colleges of Spokane is dialing back the clock | Clark College faculty union OKs contract in 257-9 vote | State association to honor WCC student Jodi Borrelli as 'Transforming Lives Award' nominee | CPTC confirms partnership for new apprenticeship programs | Networking to recession proof your career | Sand mandala at Clark College aims to promote world peace | National Endowment for the Humanities Announces New Grants | Scholarships and grants available to students at Shoreline Community College | WVC faculty union: 'no confidence’ in college president | Beloved retired president of Pierce College Fort Steilacoom, Denise Yochum, passed away Jan. 13 | Eben Pobee appointed to Shoreline Community College Board of Trustees >>

News Links | January 14, 2020

January 14, 2020

Developing dynamic professional relationships | Big Bend Community College president search narrowed to five finalists | Bellevue College serve Eastside families through parent-infant classes | Clark College instructors strike at Vancouver school | Big Bend former trustee granted emeritus status | The healing power of horses | Struggling to pay for dental care? CBC now offers help for Tri-Citians | GHC Opera Workshop presents ‘The Magic Flute’ this weekend | Highline College Health and Life Sciences Building opens in January | Going for the green | Life lessons inspire new Adulting 101 class at Clark College | Secretary of State Kim Wyman presents SPSCC Culinary Arts and Catering team with awards | See modern feminism expressed through ceramics at EdCC exhibit | Creative Retirement Institute: Subjects that matter - Guest View | Low-income students get tuition-free training for tech careers thanks to Seattle-area partnership >>

News Links | January 9, 2020

January 09, 2020

Edmonds CC says it’s committed to developing STEM talent to meet industry needs | Pierce College provides expert assistance for veterans seeking higher education | An ecosystem for job creation | Clark College Foundation hires alumni director | Commentary: Path to apprenticeships now starts at high school >>

News Links | January 7, 2020

January 07, 2020

SPSCC exhibition explores ‘Power Tools’ from many angles and in many media | Clark College faculty set strike date | $300,000 Donation Establishes Music Scholarship at Centralia College in Memorial of Vondean Thompson | GHC fall quarter President’s List announced | SPSCC Artist & Lecture Series presents Dolen Perkins-Valdez lecture | Help for student-parents | Derek Sheffield reads “The Door” by Jack Johnson | How Washington colleges are opening their doors to adults with intellectual disabilities | Clark College, faculty union still locked in negotiations | "I want to be a better human": At Clark College, ex-convict crams for a fresh start | Clark College names four finalists in search for next president | Big Bend ASB officers give back to New Hope for third year | No home for the holidays: Why colleges should stop forcing students to leave campus during breaks | With $2M in cuts looming, Shoreline Community College may shutter popular dental hygiene program and clinic | Seattle program offers students 2 years of free tuition | Edmonds CC hires new deans for Business, Health and Human Services, and Corrections Education | Centralia College Director of Student Life wins national service award | Helping neurodivergent students navigate higher education | Windows and Mirrors >>

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