GHC narrows search for new president to finalists | Edmonds College renews partnership with Seattle Credit Union for students in pre-apprenticeship program | WVC partners with Hispanic Empowerment Fund to provide scholarships | Will AI program ChatGPT change how schools teach? Here’s what’s next, Tacoma teachers say | Highline’s MaST Center’s new plankton exhibit runs through March | Ensuring a smooth re-entry | Clark College center strives to serve industry, students | Art Gallery’s winter exhibit features the work of three Edmonds College instructors | YVC enrollment numbers >>
‘A life was saved that day’: Spokane Falls student administers CPR to golfer in Liberty Lake Golf Course parking lot | Edmonds College to celebrate the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. at the Black Box Theatre Jan. 17 >>
Strait swimmer speaker for Studium Generale | ESL classes get free child care in Sequim | Difference Maker: Outgoing chancellor of Community Colleges of Spokane leaves behind gifts for students | Congressman Larsen sponsors $1.3 million funding package for Edmonds College programs >>
Worker shortage, housing crisis: Edmonds tiny home project aims at both | More than a place to learn: SCC language program gets grant to expand capacity as Ukrainian refugees flock to Spokane | Bob Mohrbacher commentary: It was a very good year for Centralia College | Nurse-case scenario | How to plan high-quality, non-degree workforce programs at community colleges >>
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