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News Links | June 22, 2017

June 22, 2017

Cybersecurity is hot, and these Washington colleges teach it | Whatcom Community College partners with UW to improve health care for rural and urban underserved communities | Middle schoolers sample possible STEM careers | LWTech Society for Human Resource Management chapter honored with national award | Clark College students install drain at community greenhouse | Seattle Central enters into direct transfer agreement with Wilberforce University | Sequim native sets Seattle thriller from afar | Washington state wine competition made its return at YVC Grandview Campus | Lab partners | Medical partners face challenges with Walla Walla General Hospital closure | Foster graduate wants to see her classmates succeed >>

News Links | May 16, 2017

May 16, 2017

Middle school students experiment with temperature at SVC lab | Edmonds students learn by doing as they carve tribal canoe | CPTC hosts Congressman Heck for Leadership Luncheon | LCC whiz kid found academics easy; finances a challenge | GHC names foundation director | Citizen, firefighter and police officer of the year honored Thursday | Jan Yoshiwara chosen to head Washington state community colleges board | Opinion: Community colleges poised to fill job gaps | SCC takes it up a degree with first four-year program | JBLM culinary team wins annual competition | Ceremony remembers fallen protectors | From loathing to learning: Here are your stories about teachers who changed your minds >>

News Links | May 9, 2017

May 09, 2017

Everett elementary teaches English to immigrant parents | Community Court gives first graduate ‘real hope for the future’ | World Naked Gardening Day: It all started in Seattle | Twin Harbors continues skills center programs for high school students | Opinion: Community colleges are a powerful force for Washington’s economy, if legislature funds them | Dr. P.J. Peterson LCC's 2017 Alumna of the Year | First new PNW history book in 30 years offers new perspectives on regional history | Indian Education/TCC powwow enjoys biggest turnout ever | ‘This is Centralia College making its mark:' Community celebrates TransAlta Commons | Graphic design student earns prestigious fellowship >>

News Links | April 18, 2017

April 18, 2017

Proposed budgets include millions for Snohomish County projects | Pierce College alum writes and directs debut film “Shards” | Baking is the right mix for students | Bates: Dental Assistant instructor selected to serve on accreditation commission | Three student-designed recycling stations from Cascadia College chosen for Habitat for Humanity store | EdCC President Jean Hernandez announces retirement after six years | Todd Beamer AFJROTC cadets hone cyber security skills at Highline competition | Senator Patty Murray visits RTC | World War II WAVE pitches in again | The Grand Cinema is turning 20 years old | Students get time with health professionals at Providence Centralia | Colors swirl at Clark College’s Sakura Festival | Grays Harbor College’s Schermer Building awarded LEED Gold certification | Language of baseball bonds Clark teammates >>

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