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News Links | January 19, 2023

January 19, 2023

More colleges join AACC/Microsoft cyber skills initiative | World renowned Slam Poet Ashlee Haze performs in Spokane in honor of MLK Day | Tribal elder to teach weaving class | YVC adds bachelor’s degree program in agricultural science | Peninsula College gets massive grant to help more students earn a CDL | Education and healthcare advocate to receive Martin Luther King, Jr Spirit Award at CBC >>

News Links | January 10, 2023

January 10, 2023

Screaming gummy bears, angry birds and fire shows: Activities attract families to YVC’s STEM Day | Kadlec trying to combat the healthcare worker crisis | Washington Watch: Prepare for major ED regulatory changes | In Focus: A look at Centralia College’s new multisport athletics complex | For the love of it: Graphic design veteran David Hampton continues to teach >>

News Links | November 17, 2022

November 17, 2022

GHC nomination announced for Transforming Lives Award | Midnight Cruizers car club presents tool kit to GHC’s automotive program | Less traditional college degrees jump in WA during pandemic | CBC Agriculture Program receives nearly half of a million dollars for equipment | Newsmakers: New CEO | Dual enrollment, multiple benefits | Big Bend has big plans with new bachelors program >>

News Links | October 18, 2022

October 18, 2022

Renton Technical College introduces program to let students try a trade | Student demand for flexibility fuels increase in online classes. CBC enrollment climbs | South Puget Sound Community College opens the Dr. Angela J. Bowen Center for Health Education | Minh Carrico’s work featured at Edmonds College Art Gallery | Amazon donates $3M to Seattle-area colleges to support computer science degrees >>

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