How WA community colleges are helping solve the state’s teacher shortage | 'Double Take': Exhibit includes sound, performance | Jill Biden to visit Tacoma and Seattle, speak at Murray fundraiser | Pierce College names three finalists in nationwide search for next chancellor | College Success Foundation expands college coach services to Yakima Valley College >>
Clark College welcomes new school year, embraces change | Skagit Valley College hosts event to celebrate Mexico's independence | Dr. James Chen of SPSCC awarded 2022 ACCT Pacific Regional Faculty Award | Jesse Johnson appointed to Highline College Board of Trustees | New 'media lab' in Port Angeles will train students for theater, film jobs | Centralia College hires new dean of Arts and Sciences | Pierce College Puyallup breaks ground on STEM Building on Sept. 14 >>
Bob Mohrbacher commentary: Real solution to student debt is making college affordable | Funding roundup: Washington | Ribbon cutting ceremony held for new Early Learning Center playground | Big Bend receives $1.16 million EOC grant | Edmonds College to offer certification in data analytics starting in October >>
3 EC students receive pharmacy technician scholarships | Highline College to develop talent search program at local schools | Facing uncertainty, WA woodworkers highlight legacy of Seattle’s Wood Technology Center | Boeing donates $25,000 to support Big Bend's aviation programs | Swinomish tribe, Skagit Valley College partner on new dental therapy program >>
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