Q&A: Why Paul Francis wants you to reconsider community college | Shoreline Community College student earns prominent state-wide recognition | Peninsula College adapting to next generation of students | Spokane Falls Community College gets kids excited about STEM with interactive activities | Bellingham Technical College welcomes new president | BBCC trustees meet with legislators | Skagit Valley College's Whidbey Island campus opens Niko's Closet clothing pantry | Free English language, citizenship classes offered in Toppenish | Marie Gluesenkamp Perez tours Centralia College in first district visit as a congresswoman | Bates Technical College’s Dental Assisting program earns re-accreditation | Everett college students press Murray to boost financial aid funding | Kirkland Police hold catalytic converter etching event to prevent expensive replacement bills | Yakima Valley teaching winery wins several awards for student-made wines >>
More colleges join AACC/Microsoft cyber skills initiative | World renowned Slam Poet Ashlee Haze performs in Spokane in honor of MLK Day | Tribal elder to teach weaving class | YVC adds bachelor’s degree program in agricultural science | Peninsula College gets massive grant to help more students earn a CDL | Education and healthcare advocate to receive Martin Luther King, Jr Spirit Award at CBC >>
Strait swimmer speaker for Studium Generale | ESL classes get free child care in Sequim | Difference Maker: Outgoing chancellor of Community Colleges of Spokane leaves behind gifts for students | Congressman Larsen sponsors $1.3 million funding package for Edmonds College programs >>
Former WVC president receives award | Skagit Valley College emergency assistance funding dwindles as students face inflation | Jingle Jazz concert returns to PC campus | WWCC to resume CDL program | Wenatchee Valley College hosting free classical concert | Yakima Valley College introduces ‘Next Generation Harvey’ at their main campus in Yakima | SPSCC Foundation awards over $900,000 in financial aid this year >>
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