CBC gets $3 million Hispanic serving institution grant | Seattle Colleges names interim chancellor to oversee campuses through 2023 | Students at WWCC come together in Farm to Fork program | Peninsula College offers a community welcome | TCC welcomes back students for the new academic year | Walla Walla Community College hosts ribbon-cutting for new science wing | New Health Sciences building at Shoreline College under construction - and on camera >>
Learning by serving: Open-ended service at Seattle Central | CAMP Program helps migrant working students attend college | WSU Tri-Cities' fall enrollment drops for 5th year. Is the pandemic still to blame? | South Puget Sound Community College welcomes 20 full-time faculty members for 2022-23 | Yakima Valley College students and staff appreciate hybrid choices available this fall quarter | Vintage Pacific NW: Chef Greg Atkinson told Julia Child he was self-taught — then actually taught >>
3 EC students receive pharmacy technician scholarships | Highline College to develop talent search program at local schools | Facing uncertainty, WA woodworkers highlight legacy of Seattle’s Wood Technology Center | Boeing donates $25,000 to support Big Bend's aviation programs | Swinomish tribe, Skagit Valley College partner on new dental therapy program >>
Ground-breaking set for new Clark College site | Lake Washington Institute of Technology hosts Annual Applied Research Symposium | 'You always acknowledge the ancestors:' Olympic College recognizes tribe with new markers | Opinion: Katherine Schiffner: Hope isn’t a refuge; it’s a starting point | Seattle Maritime Academy gets $1 million amid shortage of ferry workers | Seattle Colleges chancellor to resign in August, 2 years before end of contract | Yakima Valley College offers new sterile processing technician certificate >>
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