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News Links | May 9, 2024

May 09, 2024

State Board members slated to approve 2025-27 capital budget request | Edmonds College to host 11th annual Memorial Day ceremony May 23 | The Aspen Institute names semifinalists for Aspen Prize | Four Big Bend Community College students named to prestigious All-Washington Academic Team | New cannabis course offered at Tacoma Community College as industry grows | Big Bend Community College inspires future healthcare professionals with Scrubs Camp | State board to consider request for new degree at CBC >>

News Links | April 25, 2024

April 25, 2024

Viewpoint: Climate justice across the curriculum | Annual Return to the River Salmon Festival set for Walla Walla in May | Three Edmonds College students recognized on All-Washington Academic Team | CBC celebrates Arbor Day! | Washington Watch: A look at FY24 community college earmarks | Two prominent community leaders appointed to YVC Board of Trustees | Three Centralia College students named to All-Washington Academic Team | Bremerton's Olympic College is going to be on TV | Nationwide FAFSA issues hit colleges and students in Central Washington >>

News Links | April 11, 2024

April 11, 2024

Ahmad Hilal Abid: Offering students support and mentoring | YVC to celebrate refurbished Hopf Union Building on April 12 | Prevention of cyber security attacks against businesses topic of Whatcom Community College event | Highline College’s All-Washington Academic Team announced | Funding roundup: Washington | Musicians gather at Northwest Guitar Festival | Wenatchee Valley College receives $70,000 grant to aid paraeducators in becoming certified teachers >>

News Links | April 4, 2024

April 04, 2024

SPSCC to recognize 92 honor college students from Washington schools | Edmonds College hosts annual Expanding Your Horizons event | Pierce Transit debuts door-to-door, on-demand van service | Clark College awarded a $2.2 million Title III grant from U.S. Department of Education | SPSCC Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer Science new course launching this fall semester | Peninsula College receives $3.9 million grant | CBC offers free forklift safety training courses through a grant from the state >>

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