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News Links | November 5, 2020

November 05, 2020

Opinion: President Kimberlee Messina: SFCC is committed to helping our community meet cyber workforce needs | Pathways are worth the cost | Former U.S. Ambassador to China compares Trump and Biden on foreign relations and virus response | Clarkston branch of WWCC brings back some in-person services | CBC allied health students succeeding despite pandemic | Cooprider shares life philosophy, make each day better | Olympic College sees fewer students this fall with classes mostly online | Bellevue College opens early learning center | McFadden leaves economic development director post in Adams County, search for replacement begins >>

News Links | November 3, 2020

November 03, 2020

Big Bend Community College gets $3 million to help its Latino students succeed | Cadets practice firearm safety | College theater beyond the 'Whitman bubble' | LaTasha Wortham appointed to Tacoma Community College Board of Trustees | Opinion: Washington needs manufacturing to lead the economic recovery | Ed Brewster will be GHC president until at least fall of 2022 | SPSCC nursing students get back to the books with a blend of in-person and online study tools >>

News Links | October 1, 2020

October 01, 2020

Commentary: Designing the path to a bachelor’s degree through community college | Gender-equity scholarship created at WCC in cybersecurity | Editorial: WWCC having rough time, but it will be just fine | Peninsula College offers online Studium Generale for first time | Clark College will continue with remote learning for winter quarter | Kelso City Council member Mike Karnofski joins LCC Board of Trustees | Seaview resident named to Grays Harbor College Board of Trustees | Commentary: Respect, compassion important to crisis communications | ‘It’s a lot to juggle’: College students with children are overwhelmed this school year | Online fall term gets underway Yakima Valley College, Heritage University | Clark College student diagnosed with COVID-19 | WWCC sees steep decline in fall enrollment >>

News Links | September 24, 2020

September 24, 2020

WWCC sees steep decline in fall enrollment | Prepare your business for the effects of COVID-19 | $101,628 to WCC will help toward new software degree | Big Bend Community College employee tests positive for COVID-19 | Food truck offers students a new look at culinary arts | Ask: Gary Locke | Helping heroes: BBCC employee and alums support firefighters on the front lines | Clark College continues remote learning >>

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