New program at BTC for homeless residents | Columbia Basin College awarded $25,000 for behavioral healthcare students | Bellevue College receives grant from National Science Foundation | Pierce College partners with Tumwater for paramedic training program | Wenatchee Valley College names Pedro Navarrete new associate vice president | Clark College enrollment up 10.4%, still about 1,000 fewer students than pre-pandemic | Yakima Valley College receives $1 million for STEM student scholarships, opportunities | Supporting manufacturing in Lakewood >>
Community colleges are among the state’s greatest assets | Culinary teacher helps brainstorm ways doctors can discuss obesity, kidney issues with patients | Careers take flight at Green River College’s aviation program | Grant to fund work skills program | Clark College seeks support to add computer science bachelor’s degree | Skagit Valley College culinary students get experience running a bakery | State Board set to hear 7 bachelor’s degree statements of need >>
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 >>
Washington is offering more college aid than ever, plus new admission guarantees. Will students buy in? | Enrollment plummets at Washington’s colleges, especially among men | Peninsula College selects president | ‘It’s unconscionable’: Biden attacks drug prices at speech at Green River College | Clover Park Technical College hosts scholarship fundraising events | Wenatchee Valley College offering Journalism 101 course this spring | Skagit Valley College honors Champions of Diversity >>
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