Chancellor Julie White, Ph.D., selected for the Aspen Institute’s Presidents Fellowship | Where to get a low-cost bachelor’s degree close to home and a job lead: Community college | Grand opening for EvCC’s new Library scheduled for September 28 | WVC's new president Faimous Harrison on the upcoming academic year | Job training center for immigrants resurrects ESL classes | College enrollment slide is finally letting up. What’s driving the change in Tri-Cities | New acting president: Dr. Sayumi Irey now leading South Seattle College >>
Court of Appeals to hold hearings at Skagit Valley College | ‘It’s a K-14, K-16 effort’: The Chehalis School District’s unique effort to support its alumni after graduation | I-5 Bridge replacement will require strong labor pool in Clark County | Edmonds College’s AI Incubator Lab launching in fall 2023 | Centralia College’s World War II legacy remembered at Memorial Day ceremony | Wenatchee Valley College students enjoy International Day, Spring Fest Carnival | Professors plan summer AI upskilling, with or without support | Pasco Superintendent to speak on panel at Workforce Summit | Reporter’s notebook: Apprenticeship Ambassadors expands >>
Tribes come together for annual powwow at Skagit Valley College | Commentary: Supporting students is part of the Walla Walla Community College DNA | SFCC wins national theater award: ‘It was completely unexpected’ | Clark College announces artists for Boschma Farms campus | Renton starts pilot program providing free college tuition | Peninsula College to offer degree in Behavioral Health | In Our View: Public schools smart to boost skilled trades | Yakima students receiving $700,000 in scholarship awards | Lower Columbia College president announces retirement | Edmonds College staff member Kristen NyQuist receives state award >>
Eric's Heroes: Eva's gift to the world | WVC reaches contract agreement with new president | South Seattle College announces longtime educator Dr. Jean Hernandez as interim president | 'On the edge of a precipice' — OB-GYN reports dire message to Kitsap health board | A transformative bridge over a 10-lane freeway >>
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