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News Links | September 8, 2020

September 08, 2020

League of Women Voters of Clark County civics course aims to demystify government | Enrollment is surging for Running Start classes — which are now taught online | Opportunity Grant will continue to benefit Columbia Basin College students | WCC’s Software Development Associate degree | Peninsula College going mostly online | Northwest Wine: Elephant Seven uses Grenache to win Walla Walla Valley wine competition | 30 under 35 | Young leaders talk career, commitment and COVID-19: Ivan Valdovinos | WVC extends student tuition & registration deadline >>

News Links | September 1, 2020

September 01, 2020

Skagit Valley College plans for in-person labs this fall | Centralia College and Centralia High School announce new retention position | EvCC again buying on Broadway with Everett Eagles purchase | Peninsula College going mostly online | WVC moves majority of classes online | SVC increases funding for low and middle-income students | $1.5M federal grant to help Bellevue College students | WCC to offer software development degree | LCC still seeing lower enrollment due to COVID-19, but high number of applications | New toolkit helps colleges meet job demand in renewables | Terry Leas reflects on higher education career | WVC TRIO student support grant renewed | Big Bend nursing students excel through difficulties | WVC tutoring program gets $1.3 million grant >>

News Links | August 25, 2020

August 25, 2020

GHC dealing with, adapting to instruction in the age of a pandemic | BTC awarded $1.3 million grant | Highline College hosts COVID-19 testing every Wednesday | Photos: Making art work | Head Start will offer parents in-person and fully virtual options | Peninsula College offers retraining funds to help unemployed | CARES Act funds will make school more affordable for technical college students | Peninsula College moves Saturday ceremony online | Walla Walla Community College granted $2.18 million to continue TRiO program >>

News Links | July 28, 2020

July 28, 2020

Centralia College industrial trades training center to be completed by winter; Hopes to partner with K-12 schools | Centralia College live streams Inspirational Speech Championship; Student Haylee Ward takes first place | Edmonds College student leaders moving to 4-year schools | Education and Race: A discussion with interim Bellevue College president, a UW educator and recent WSU graduate | Spokane Community College reopens | Allie Lerma reads "To the first of getting longer days" by Chris Dombrowski | 'Culture of justice' focus of online discussion group | Grays Harbor College announces new AAZ degree in Hospitality and Ecotourism | Shoreline Community College President joins American Association of Community Colleges Board of Directors >>

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