Washington state building projects win national Design-Build merit awards | Apprenticeship programs recruit women, people of color | Investing in the long term | Big Bend Community College helps feed disadvantaged students and their families for Thanksgiving | Columbia Basin College acquires grant to support families of migrant workers | Pierce College holds virtual groundbreaking of new academic building | Sequim student finds personal, academic success with PC program | Walla Walla Community College sets sight on winter quarter | Olympia organizations give three $1,000 scholarships to SPSCC Craft Brewing and Distilling students | Gidget Terpstra receives Distinguished Community Service Award >>
Centralia College to eliminate testing and graduation fees | LCC's college navigator pilot program showing 'some really exciting outcomes' | Airlife Northwest pilot Matthew Hanshaw is flying daily to save lives | Verdant Health Commission extends program to help feed Edmonds College students | Founder to tell of Five Habits of Speaking Justice | Guest opinion: Adult learners can gain access to better jobs >>
Big Bend Community College gets $3 million to help its Latino students succeed | Cadets practice firearm safety | College theater beyond the 'Whitman bubble' | LaTasha Wortham appointed to Tacoma Community College Board of Trustees | Opinion: Washington needs manufacturing to lead the economic recovery | Ed Brewster will be GHC president until at least fall of 2022 | SPSCC nursing students get back to the books with a blend of in-person and online study tools >>
GHC dealing with, adapting to instruction in the age of a pandemic | BTC awarded $1.3 million grant | Highline College hosts COVID-19 testing every Wednesday | Photos: Making art work | Head Start will offer parents in-person and fully virtual options | Peninsula College offers retraining funds to help unemployed | CARES Act funds will make school more affordable for technical college students | Peninsula College moves Saturday ceremony online | Walla Walla Community College granted $2.18 million to continue TRiO program >>
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