IN BASKET: Valadez named to vice president post at Heritage University | ‘Be prepared for some brown’: Spokane horticulturists offer yard advice during drought | Annual summer program at YVC gives Lower Valley students taste of college life | Archeological dig revealing Japanese American history in north Seattle | They’re demolishing 2 buildings at a Tacoma college. Here’s the $39M project to replace them | Snohomish County invests $4.3 million in workforce development and job pathways programs | Delta Dental invests $835K in Lake Washington Institute of Technology’s dental program >>
TCC begins construction of new Center for Innovative Learning and Engagement | World Refugee Day celebrated thanks to RISNW and EvCC | Hometown Hero: Motivational speaker and coach pushes others to seize the day | Olympia appoints Kathleen Byrd as new poet laureate | Centralia College’s new construction trades program postponed to fall quarter | New program aims to add more child care professionals to workforce | Peninsula College 2023 Student Art show winners announced >>
Edmonds College a finalist for Men of Color grant | Edmonds College a finalist for Men of Color grant | Tacoma Community College recognizes Tony Lindgren as 2023 Distinguished Alumnus | Non-traditional students among those graduating from Spokane area colleges this week | Learning to fly: Former refugee earns scholarship for Big Bend flight training | Wenatchee area responders to stage simulated active shooter scene | Walla Walla Community College celebrates 55th graduating class >>
Court of Appeals to hold hearings at Skagit Valley College | ‘It’s a K-14, K-16 effort’: The Chehalis School District’s unique effort to support its alumni after graduation | I-5 Bridge replacement will require strong labor pool in Clark County | Edmonds College’s AI Incubator Lab launching in fall 2023 | Centralia College’s World War II legacy remembered at Memorial Day ceremony | Wenatchee Valley College students enjoy International Day, Spring Fest Carnival | Professors plan summer AI upskilling, with or without support | Pasco Superintendent to speak on panel at Workforce Summit | Reporter’s notebook: Apprenticeship Ambassadors expands >>
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