Editorial: WA lawmakers, employers must invest in the success of community colleges | Bellevue College hosts ribbon cutting ceremony for first rainbow crosswalk | The Hub: Federal Way Higher Education Center brings opportunity, access to south Puget Sound students | 2 EC students recognized for All-Washington Academic Team | All Washington Academic Team 2022 welcomes 3 EvCC students | Columbia Basin College's Running Start funding now covers summer quarter >>
Edmonds College student wins Governor’s Student Civic Leadership Award | New program addresses state’s shortage of nurses | Bates Technical College celebrates grand opening and ribbon cutting for new Center for Allied Health Education | Columbia Basin College plans to give away 100 bikes at Bike Bonanza | Changing employers’ expectations | Washington State Ferries partnering with Seattle Maritime Academy to address worker shortage >>
Forums begin for Peninsula College president finalists | Bridging the cybersecurity workforce gap | South Puget Sound Community College offers unique craft beverage degree | Playtime: Summer Music School is back, plus Edmonds College youth technology camps | Wenatchee Valley College to hold in-person graduation ceremonies | How professional programs at NIC and SCC are preparing students for culinary career success | Tri-Cities planetarium reopens after 2 years. Catch a film and learn about the night sky | Gearing up for graduation at South Puget Sound Community College >>
Change, innovation at forefront for Edmonds College, officials say | Columbia Basin College to lift indoor mask mandate following Gov. Inslee’s announcement | Editorial: Students best use of state’s unexpected revenue | Applications up, masks coming off at CBC >>
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