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! >>
Jumpstarting their futures | WVC Board of Trustees approves presidential search | Tips for keeping your information safe in case of a cybersecurity attack | Highline College awarded $232,500 for new certificate to help those living homeless in hotels | Op-ed: Colleges need legislative support to help transfer students attain 4-year degrees | Cybersecurity students learn through immersive cyber realism with Project Ares >>
U.S. Rep. Larsen visits Edmonds College Construction pre-Apprenticeship Program | Seattle Colleges and Amazon create new opportunity for computer science degrees | Pierce College recognized for excellence in military education | Clarkston High School and WWCC partner for electrical classes | Spokane Falls Community College drama wins big at 2021 Broadway World regional drama awards | Higher education facility opens doors in Federal Way >>
Washington Watch: Critical negotiated rulemaking sessions start | Flying field: Aviation maintenance technology offers high opportunity | Newly minted Olympic College nurses enter the profession at pandemic's height | Walla Walla Community College sets COVID-19 testing requirement, moves online | Edmonds College receives state recognition for its new construction pre-apprenticeship program | WCC cybersecurity program partnering with U.S. Cyber Command >>
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