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 >>
YVC offers free STEM Day for community youth | Editorial: Dire nursing shortage needs range of efforts, stat! | Green River College receives $400k grant to strengthen employer partnerships | A Green Hill graduation: First cohort of Centralia College students celebrate new degrees | Program to benefit businesses and students | Skagit Valley College seeks to get businesses involved in education >>
Centering equity in community college baccalaureate programs | Hi-tech business a buzz in Clark County | Seattle Colleges’ $14 million financial forecast flub frustrates staff | SPSCC one step closer to offering its first BAS degree | Bellingham Technical College announces new president | First lady Jill Biden highlights high school programs at Bates Technical College | Local colleges work to educate students on the importance of voting >>
And the Aspen Prize finalists are … | Peninsula College’s Studium Generale to spotlight English essay award winners | WVC hosting “Welcome Wednesday” in June | Six Edmonds College students receive STEM scholarship awards from AAUW | Mel Lindbloom: Remembering a local educational legend | Opinion | Rufus Woods: Wenatchee Valley College's Native American program opens up avenues of understanding | Yelm teen is the youngest female graduate of PLU >>
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