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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 | October 22, 2020

October 22, 2020

SPSCC introduces noncredit classes focusing on racial equity | New TCC bachelor of applied science program open for applicants interested in career in IT | Joe Bowman joins Highline College Board of Trustees | Opinion: Washington must keep its promise of public education | WVC enrollment drops nearly 8% for fall quarter | Big Bend Community College offers first bachelor's degree | Commentary: Edmonds College is building for the future | Local leaders sound the alarm over the surge in COVID cases >>

News Links | October 8, 2020

October 08, 2020

SPSCC gallery’s new show celebrates the work of local Black artists | Centralia College offering free online lectures | LCC's fall quarter courses starts smoothly, hybrid likely to continue for winter | Community colleges fighting decrease in students using tutoring services | WVC winter quarter to remain online | New island-wide leadership program seeks applicants | Pierce College Fort Steilacoom Theatre wants your participation in virtual fall production | Consultant recommends outsourcing dozens of Clark College jobs >>

News Links | September 22, 2020

September 22, 2020

Dr. Wayland Keith De Witt | Woman of the Year - Legacy: Jane Johnson left her mark on the Community Colleges of Spokane. Expo ‘74 and the MAC, too. | Opinion: Expanded education helps mitigate pandemic's insecurity | CBC enrollment drops by hundreds. Other colleges are hurting more | WWCC outlines its reopening plans | LCC passes $25.3 million balanced budget despite low enrollment, state funding cut | CBC digs in on new $30 million student recreation center | New Certificate helps students prepare to improve the Criminal Justice System | Walla Walla college mascot masks up for adventure in Pasco | Federal grant allows extension of Centralia College TRIO program | Ian Bridges had cancer 3 times. He lived to see a breakthrough | Resources for WVC students affected by wildfires | Food insecurity rates have more than doubled since start of COVID-19 pandemic >>

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