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News Links | October 10, 2019

October 10, 2019

Bulletin board: A high school diploma and college credit, too | Boeing gifts massive 787 engine to SCC’s aviation maintenance program | Drone pilot training now available at YVC | WorkSource opens new location at Centralia College | Clark College celebrates 10th anniversary of East Vancouver location | CBC gifted $20,000 to support computer science education for local teachers | Bates Technical College celebrates groundbreaking for new Center for Allied Health Education | Investing in people - 10 years of the Mollie Davis Scholarship: A replenishing investment in education | Connecting the dots: Leadership and management | Shift to wind, solar and other energy sources subject of Centralia College lecture series | Grand opening of the John W. Walstrum Center for Advanced Manufacturing Technology | WWCC to get new look with student-funded activity center | Plaque honoring Freddie and Robert Neal unveiled at Centralia College | Finding the ‘artists’ of the future | Clark College to collect ideas for new president | Spokane Falls Community College is helping students by putting leftovers to good use | Peninsula College to expand toddler-age childcare for students | EdCC student wins first Frank DeMiero music scholarship | 239 students can now live on-campus at Shoreline Community College >>

News Links | September 17, 2019

September 17, 2019

Vineyard in the sky offers glimpse of Walla Walla wine region’s future | Achieving the Dream convene stakeholders to discuss student parent report | South Seattle College welcomes incoming class of Seattle Promise scholars | County gets latest state Center of Excellence | Investment in student success - Guest editorial | PacMtn partners forge pathways from juvenile justice to manufacturing | Raises approved for Big Bend CC full-time faculty | An empty barrel is a sad barrel >>

News Links | September 10, 2019

September 10, 2019

Local students' fashions focus on thrift - and learning | Corn hole tourney is "creative, funky" | WWCC carpentry course for inmates offers much more | SPSCC’s art exhibition has its privileges -- including helping visitors see their own | College transforms its east side location into a hub for business education, also expanding its Running Start offerings | Lower Columbia College's new program aims to create, retain teachers | Clark College admits to violating nondiscrimination policy >>

News Links | September 5, 2019

September 05, 2019

All business, all day for Gov. Inslee in Snohomish County | Experience Scotland in 2020 through Whatcom Community College's Community & Continuing Education program | Registration now open for fall Edmonds CC classes | WWCC declares financial emergency | Columbia Basin College welcoming 1,700 new students this semester | Shawn Vestal: Union membership is growing again in Washington | RTC announces new VP of Instruction | Wenatchee Valley College's migrant assistance education program gets another five years of funding | Bulletin board: News from Tacoma and beyond: TCC and Evergreen sign LaEAP program MOU | Wells Hall construction recently went out to bid as school year nears | Spokane Falls Community College envisions new art building | Green River program addresses active lifestyle | Japanese students have Wahkiakum trip | Asotin High School gets hands-on-experience for career day | Mark Poth named as Big Bend full-time athletic director | Editorial: WWCC’s new student rec center adds more luster to school | New program allows Running Start students to stay on high school campus >>

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