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News Links | June 11, 2019

June 11, 2019

Homeless in College: Students sleep in cars, on couches when they have nowhere else to go | Having community college students choose a course roadmap pays off for Peninsula College | Tacoma high school seniors get some straight talk from current students at local colleges | Tiki Apartments now successfully houses homeless students, Tacoma college says | Renton educator honored by alma mater | Jayden Fullerton is bringing home two diplomas this spring | Clark instructors help Larch inmates earn GEDs | Town Talk: Treasure Valley Wine Society awards scholarship to Washington college student | Can’t afford to get dental care? Columbia Basin College may be able to help you | Cyrus Habib meets with Clark College students | Highline student finds her voice | Pierce College students motivated to action after life-changing messages | Citizen of the Year: Bette Worth has made a career of community service | ‘There are a lot of broken women here.’ Can training them to run a business save them? | Meet Chehalis Watershed hero Steven Franks | Clark College student Connor Wier premieres work with college concert band | Technology is helping prison education programs scale. What’s the catch? | Learn about musical theater through WWCC summer class | WCC expands tuition benefits with higher state grants | Transitions | Moses Lake School District chooses to not renew contract with SkillSource 'open doors' program | Trio-Upward Bound summer meals announced | Technical college cuts the ribbon on a new center | What has Thurston County been brewing? What you need to know - Distilled >>

News Links | March 28, 2019

March 28, 2019

NanoCon upgrades to version VI | Editorial: Teaching, training tomorrow's leaders, workers | From high-school dropout to future neurosurgeon: College tips from an extraordinary student | Peninsula College hosts Running Start Info Night | Clark College enrollment sees big drop | South Seattle College offering two quarters of tuition to Art Institute students | Never too late for an IT career | Two Clark College students make All-Washington Academic Team | Meet Phuong Do, All Washington Academic Team scholar >>

News Links | November 27, 2018

November 27, 2018

Working in Clark County: Lizette Drennan, scholarships specialist at Clark College | SEH America, Clark College team up on engineering apprenticeships | Skagit Valley College professor aims to take students to Galapagos | Take a bow: Congratulations, Nancy Kimani | Baskets provide students food for Thanksgiving feast | Casual Friday: She took a job that touched the heart, not the pocketbook | Search for new EvCC president is about to go national | Walla Walla Community College spotlight — Jen Stutesman | Skagit Valley College culinary students prepare Thanksgiving meals | Apprenticeships featured at Riverside High School career day| Nonprofit gets grant to help Asotin County’s homeless pay their rent | Malte joins LWTech board | A Thanksgiving introduction for YVC's international students | Put the happy back in your holidays: Thanksgiving meal prep | Kent’s Entenman took campaign on foot to secure state House seat | Paul Speer named to Clark College Board of Trustees | Heritage University, Yakima Valley College sign memorandum of understanding for criminal justice program | Family of electricians shares high voltage career | STEM program offered at Clark College gives students a degree and career >>

News Links | November 6, 2018

November 06, 2018

Aviation students in Everett train for high-demand, high-paying careers in aircraft mechanics | Nazi symbol seen on Olympic College campus protected as free speech | Patriot Prayer pro-gun rally at LCC peaceful despite tense moments | Inmates work toward a cleaner future with unique custodial class | Critics say it would cost too much and no one would come. CBC defends its $13 million culinary school | Students enjoy pumpkins and activities at Fall Fest | LWTech hosts annual benefit breakfast to support students’ emergency funds | Centralia College’s pre-k program receives $800K state grant for new building | EvCC Foundation lines up record-breaking $400K in awards | Altmayer elected to National Board of Community College Trustees >>

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