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News Links | April 4, 2019

April 04, 2019

Service learning comes to PR community | Royal students receive scholarships from Dell | LCC partners with Western Governors University, expands continuing ed options | Green River College trains the next generation of cyber security experts | Peninsula College plans position cuts due to $800K deficit | Big Bend Japanese Agricultural Training Program enters 54th year | South King County schools falling short in preparing students for college, careers, report says | Bachelor of Nursing at Wenatchee Valley College | Shoreline Community College graduates its second class of Tesla service technicians >>

News Links | March 14, 2019

March 14, 2019

Kimberlee Messina takes the helm at Spokane Falls Community College | Seven faculty awarded tenure at SPSCC | Milestone: NOWW group awards scholarship to PC's Acevedo | College students on front line of cyberattacks | State Supreme Court visits Centralia College this week | YVC putting first generation students first | Bellevue College becomes first higher education institution to launch Landed | Rescheduled Winter Fest features fun and a food drive >>

News Links | March 12, 2019

March 12, 2019

Clark County business briefing | A message from Pierce College Puyallup President Cain | City asks state to fund design of Broadway pedestrian bridge | Clark College looks at staff cuts | SFCC has new president after two nationwide searches | College students open “Opioids” tonight | Survivor of sex trade wants to use ‘my truth’ to reach others | Partnerships enable Battle Ground students to earn college credit | Shoreline Community College welcomes transfers from Art Institute of Seattle | White supremacist fliers on the rise here and nationwide | Centralia College designated as 'voter-friendly' campus | CBC Dental program receives $480,000 gift >>

News Links | February 5, 2019

February 05, 2019

Opinion: When Walla Walla Valley students succeed, our whole region succeeds | Anacortes teen named Youth of the Year | Passengers and workers await first Paine Field boarding call | Kids’ smiles brighten up Dental Day | Lincoln Theatre performance gives voice to incarcerated | Clark College President Bob Knight will retire Aug. 31 | Walla Walla Community College farrier program to end | KNKX Connects: Program aims to develop more Latino teachers for Skagit Valley schools | Influencing others: The key to your leadership success | Students, meet 'Nurse Anne': Nursing program at Centralia College acquires life-like simulator | STA plans $3 million transit station at SFCC >>

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