Edmonds College President Singh selected for the Aspen Institute’s Presidents Fellowship | SPSCC welcomes five full-time faculty members | Internship through college presents career pathways | Centralia College celebrates new commercial driver license location and trucks | Lowe’s gifts $750,000 to Seattle Colleges’ Wood Technology Center | Bates Technical College celebrates student Emily Stech’s selection as 2023 Coca-Cola Leaders of Promise Scholar | Sixth WVC program receives Career training endorsement >>
Dr. Sayumi Irey becomes Acting President of South Seattle College | CBC Library demonstrates learning commons model | A&E briefs: Local artists donate to fundraiser | Wenatchee Valley College has new vice president of student affairs | Commentary: WWCC helps high school juniors and seniors get a Running Start with college | Soundwaves comes to Thurston County homes this September >>
Peninsula College staff follows up on cyber attack | Can AI be used in schools to support learning? | Soul of the CD: PACT Program building pipeline of construction talent | Why South Puget Sound Community College alumni success stories matter >>
SPSCC welcomes new fundraising team | Highline College announces updates ahead of new school year | Jacque Selle, 92 | WVC announces new Vice President of Student Affairs | Bob Mohrbacher commentary: It’s not too late to join Centralia College this fall | Bellevue College Partners with Kyrgyzstan’s Bilimkana Foundation | BBCC's TRiO Upward Bound celebrates Summer Academy graduates | State Board for Community and Technical Colleges elects new chair | Columbia Basin College promotes food security for students | WWCC chosen to be part of Free/Reduced-Price Meal Pilot Program >>
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