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News Links | March 21, 2019

March 21, 2019

Edmonds CC student Lazarus Hart excels in and out of class | Peninsula College to lay off staff | ‘Place of our way’ welcomes Native, Pacific Islander students | Two Bates Technical College students named to All-Washington Academic Team | Grant helps Clark College students pay for child care | Grays Harbor College fish labbers: Passionate about the sustainability of local fish | More than 500 girls inspired by leaders in STEM field at annual conference | Big Bend aviation students get close look at C-17 | SVC Marine Maintenance Technology program receives Evinrude outboard engine >>

News Links | March 5, 2019

March 05, 2019

‘Begin to take teaching seriously’: A longtime leader shares 3 wishes for higher ed | Market for welders blazing hot in Clark County | Engaging middle school girls in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math for 30 years | Veteran’s advisory board rewrites rules for aid | Pierce College Fort Steilacoom launches nationwide search for next President | Meet Annika Asling, All Washington Academic Team member | High School students get crash course in the trades | Standing room only for Time Wise keynote at Bellevue College | A very funny thing is happening at Bishop Center | Prospective employees, employers fill Big Bend for job fair | East County Campus leader brings experience from WSU Everett | “Material Witness” on display at Peninsula College | Edmonds CC employees honored for advancing student success | Meet the TCC All-Washington Scholars for 2019 | “Aming mga Pangitain: Our Visions Exhibit” showcases Seattle’s Filipino American artist community | Cosmetology joins Boys & Girls Club for girls' night >>

News Links | January 24, 2019

January 24, 2019

New band director set for first Clark College Jazz Festival | Community and technical college students recognized at Transforming Lives ceremony | Art teacher Nathan Barnes expands opportunities at GHC | Clark College faculty union seeks pay hikes | Those who can do — and choose to teach | WWCC lands grant from wine auction | SPSCC nominates Eliab Cortes for 2019 ACT Transforming Lives Award | Time for the state to invest in higher education - Guest editorial | 28th annual MLK bell-ringing ceremony in Pasco | 27th annual CBC MLK Spirit Award ceremony >>

News Links | January 8, 2019

January 08, 2019

LCC Foundation honors Delores Rodman as 'Benefactor of the Year' | Pierce College Fort Steilacoom president retires, search underway for replacement | Grays Harbor College partners with Timberland Regional Library | Legacy of the late Mildred Ollée lives on at Seattle Central College | Home Fund, college make the difference for Port Townsend man | Opinion: The importance of growing family wage jobs in Arlington | Marijuana-themed classes start soon at Tacoma Community College | Edmonds CC grad, Brier resident named ‘Rising Star’ by Society of Women Engineers | Moss reflects on 20 years of service to CPTC | 'Flexible enough for any apprenticeship': LCC adds one-year trades program | 'Our Literacy Council' disbands; Centralia College and Foundation continues services | BTC receives $350,000 endowment >>

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