Good luck getting solar any time soon. Here’s how Bellingham, Whatcom colleges plan to help | Walla Walla Community College opens free food pantry | Green River College to celebrate the life of Dr. Mel Lindbloom | Spokane council votes down zoning change tied to proposed homeless shelter | Who gets college cred for making wine? Find out, taste their work! >>
Forums begin for Peninsula College president finalists | Bridging the cybersecurity workforce gap | South Puget Sound Community College offers unique craft beverage degree | Playtime: Summer Music School is back, plus Edmonds College youth technology camps | Wenatchee Valley College to hold in-person graduation ceremonies | How professional programs at NIC and SCC are preparing students for culinary career success | Tri-Cities planetarium reopens after 2 years. Catch a film and learn about the night sky | Gearing up for graduation at South Puget Sound Community College >>
‘It’s not impossible’: Yakima Valley College scholarships help ‘Dreamers’ pay for books | Reporter’s notebook: Fulbright Scholars at community colleges | Getting there: Now out of the North Spokane Corridor’s path, SCC’s clock tower is set for renovations | People in business | Local Amazon workers can attend community college for free | Centralia College continues recovering from ransomware attack >>
In virtual reality of Second Life, users find a world of opportunities | Five EvCC Aviation Maintenance students earn Horizon Air stipends and post-graduation jobs | Community Colleges of Spokane to stop requiring masks after March 12 | New interim president starts at Everett Community College | Relief fund to help Peninsula College students | Restaurant remodel: South Seattle College overhauls café, and has more culinary improvements simmering for the future | As inflation hits home in the Yakima Valley, YVC economics instructor says it can hit rural areas harder | Formerly incarcerated people can seek higher education at Yakima Valley College through Corrections Education Grant >>
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