Aspen Prize semi-finalists | Seattle Central College’s culinary school could be permanently shut down | CHAS medical apprenticeship gets accreditation | Youth transit free in summer: Peninsula College students included | Peninsula College announces Associated Student Council leadership | SPSCC students should get ready to ‘go live’ with long-awaited tech upgrade in May | Wenatchee Valley College to hold ‘Stand Against Racism’ marches this week | NCWLIFE evening news April 25th, 2022: WVC donation >>
U.S. Rep. Larsen visits Edmonds College Construction pre-Apprenticeship Program | Seattle Colleges and Amazon create new opportunity for computer science degrees | Pierce College recognized for excellence in military education | Clarkston High School and WWCC partner for electrical classes | Spokane Falls Community College drama wins big at 2021 Broadway World regional drama awards | Higher education facility opens doors in Federal Way >>
For many, fly fishing class just the first step | On-site COVID-19 testing available now at Pierce College Fort Steilacoom | At EvCC, ‘The Wall’ teaches students how to thwart cyber crime | Washington’s Opportunity Scholarship program celebrates 6,196 grads, and counting | Apply by Dec. 8 for Guided Pathways IDEAL Fellowship and opportunity to earn $1,000 >>
Corporations, community colleges partner on cybersecurity training | Highline, Green River chosen among top 150 community colleges | Pierce College EDI CARES hosts Students of Color empowerment summit | Indigenous teens fight to keep cultures alive >>
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