Kudos for commitments toward equitable workforce development for infrastructure jobs | New ‘talent hub’ focuses on semiconductor, nanotech | Two new members appointed to Bellevue College Board of Trustees | Registration open for Nov. 19 Black and Brown Male Summit at Highline College | Lower Columbia College instructor returns to 'Jeopardy!' Thursday | Explore manufacturing careers with Everett Community College at the Everett Library! >>
Superintendent Chris Reykdal to speak at LCC | Edmonds College Head Start program receives $6 million grant | Clark College breaks ground on Boschma Farms campus in Ridgefield | Lower Columbia College students paint murals at Longview skate park | ‘COVID slide’: Academia adjusts to student-achievement decline | Studium to focus on new digital access to history center data | Opinion: Help wanted: Congress should answer the call | Remembrance: An exhibition honoring artist and instructor Dick Ibach | Grays Harbor College awarded $2.8 million to help future college students | Stand-out grad: Kalama senior gets head start on goal to become a teacher | Big Bend Community College relaxing vaccine mandate | Gov. Inslee appoints former SPSCC trustee Fuller to UW board >>
Student, activist and healer: This Native veteran fights for mental health, social justice | State program focuses on trades skills for Southwest Washington students | Edmonds College to host 9th annual Memorial Day ceremony May 26 | Centralia College to break ground on new athletic field May 25 | 5 reasons to consider community college >>
Washington is offering more college aid than ever, plus new admission guarantees. Will students buy in? | Enrollment plummets at Washington’s colleges, especially among men | Peninsula College selects president | ‘It’s unconscionable’: Biden attacks drug prices at speech at Green River College | Clover Park Technical College hosts scholarship fundraising events | Wenatchee Valley College offering Journalism 101 course this spring | Skagit Valley College honors Champions of Diversity >>
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