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News Links | December 5, 2017

December 05, 2017

Clark grad rides a wave after being part of Nobel project | 3 1/2 years + $133,000 = better prospects for CBC students | Cavalluzzi offered job as new Olympic College president | The internet destroyed their monopoly on textbooks. Now college bookstores are trying to find their niche | Inmates give governor’s mansion holiday makeover | STEM careers focus of engineering night | A legacy in full color: Jeanette Best, cornerstone of Port Townsend arts, dies | A tour of Whidbey finds breweries proudly serving local beer | Health Fair informs CPTC students, faculty and staff about local resources | West Seattle, Garfield and Ingraham high schools added to free college program | AVID program at KPMS develops lifelong learners | Partnership change may lead to market expansion | Des Moines Council honors retiring Highline College President Bermingham | Olympic College’s Mitchell: Supportive community made being president ‘a lot of fun’ | LWTech welcomes Washington STEM leaders for tour | Collaborative groups awarded millions in grants from United Way | Centralia council approves Rotary Club’s Riverside Park improvement plan | Peninsula College’s Building 202 renovations at Fort Worden win award | Enumclaw makes decision on funding outside agencies | Planning great new STEM projects >>

News Links | November 28, 2017

November 28, 2017

Whatcom Community College reminds students – we’re all in this together | Edmonds Community College students work to thwart cybercrime | Education Focus: Skagit Valley College clubs promote kindness on campus | Seattle Central revives student newspaper | Clark College Penguin Pantry helps students in need | ‘I can’t imagine not having this place’: How Kent youth centers shape young immigrants’ lives | Vancouver man on a mission native to his heart | Big Bend community college wins national recognition | Clark College opens new culinary institute | Pierce College alum’s debut film garnering awards at film festivals around the country | Skagit Valley College culinary program makes meals for those in need | Jobs that pay without a B.A.: the most lucrative fields in Washington state | Inmate-made meals take edge off confinement | Providence starts its own medical assistant apprenticeship program | Business Movers: Columbia Credit Union honored by Clark College Foundation | Statewide group formed to reduce poverty | Fighting hunger with “empty bowls” | Fantasy Lights and Bates Technical College partnership fuels real-world experience | Bermingham named president emeritus | YVC wines earn medals at Tri-Cities Wine Festival | YVC student wines win 8 awards at annual wine festival | Cascadia College establishes Bock Center honoring Kirkland benefactors | Gardening: SCC students will show off fruits of labor at annual Poinsettia Open House >>

News Links | November 14, 2017

November 14, 2017

A fresh — and expanded — view of community colleges shows they’re doing better than many thought | Opinion: More affordable housing near TCC is a smart investment | SPSCC Food Pantry: Kate Armstrong’s dream becomes a reality | At end of poet laureate term, Laura Read reflects on finding poetry where you are | Music, stories resonate at 2017 Spokane Fall Folk Festival | After more than half a century, GI Bill still helping vets transition to life beyond war | Veteran of two wars recalls WWII air campaigns | Military service, advocating for vets important to Altmayer | Veterans Day | Projects teach students about efforts to go green | A lifelong connection to the service | Gov. Jay Inslee Reappoints Doris Wood-Brumsickle to Centralia College Board of Trustees | Eat, stay, love | Open house to showcase SonBridge’s community-health efforts | Public weighs $1B ammonia plant in Longview | Clark College welding program selling students’ 2017 project online as fundraiser | Reporter's Notebook preview: College study in France draws former West Valley resident to wine industry | Confection perfection | Eight community members will help in Highline College presidential search | Opinion: Opening our minds can be a beautiful thing | A skills-based jobs approach to fulfilling workforce needs >>

News Links | November 7, 2017

November 07, 2017

Yakima Valley College students dress for success | The first female member of iconic rock band Guns N' Roses started as a classically trained pianist | James Bukovinsky, a young grower working in Benton City, Washington | She saw a need; she filled it | Budget crisis: School projects face cuts, delays | State pays $2.6 million to settle dispute over community college computer system | Opinion: First-Gen struggles don’t end after graduation | Thomas Stredwick appointed to Big Bend's Board of Trustees | Opinion: Two simple words can help regional tech diversify its workforce | Former homeless families share how local programs helped them | Community called on to help with presidential search at Highline College | Opinion: Wild and precious life: Choosing to live as though I have nothing to lose | Early learning advocates host forum | College pantry offering free food for hungry students | Grays Harbor College purchases new fish lab equipment | CBC receives $33,500 donation to help nuclear technology students | Bright Futures breakfast brings in $185,000 for LWTech >>

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