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News Links | June 25, 2024

June 25, 2024

Funding roundup: NOAA grants | Commentary: We need to dream boldly to make college possible for all | South Seattle College celebrates the Class of 2024 | What happened when one community college confronted housing insecurity in a new way | News: North Seattle College | North Seattle College unveils mural celebrating James Baldwin >>

News Links | June 13, 2024

June 13, 2024

Edmonds College to host World Refugee Day Thursday, June 20 | WA community colleges to get $9 million to train workers on front lines of climate change | GHC among WA colleges sharing $9.3 million to build a climate-ready workforce | Wenatchee Valley College to participate in Tribal Stewards program | PC partnership gets grant, eyes pilot program for student support | Centralia College Foundation names 2024 Exceptional Faculty Award winners >>

News Links | May 21, 2024

May 21, 2024

Spokane Community College selects new president | Skagit Valley College students win competition | Inaugural cohort for ATE Future Leaders Fellows | Study: Housing assistance boosted graduation for homeless learners | Skagit Valley College continues annual powwow tradition | Need to test for school or your career? Enumclaw’s GRC campus will soon have hundreds | Bellevue College art professor Dale Lindman has a new exhibit | Uzbek delegation visits Big Bend | College students in Washington’s prisons will soon have access to federal Pell Grants | Yak Family Night brings together YVC community | Community colleges offer clean energy training as climate-related jobs expand >>

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