GHC narrows search for new president to finalists | Edmonds College renews partnership with Seattle Credit Union for students in pre-apprenticeship program | WVC partners with Hispanic Empowerment Fund to provide scholarships | Will AI program ChatGPT change how schools teach? Here’s what’s next, Tacoma teachers say | Highline’s MaST Center’s new plankton exhibit runs through March | Ensuring a smooth re-entry | Clark College center strives to serve industry, students | Art Gallery’s winter exhibit features the work of three Edmonds College instructors | YVC enrollment numbers >>
Screaming gummy bears, angry birds and fire shows: Activities attract families to YVC’s STEM Day | Kadlec trying to combat the healthcare worker crisis | Washington Watch: Prepare for major ED regulatory changes | In Focus: A look at Centralia College’s new multisport athletics complex | For the love of it: Graphic design veteran David Hampton continues to teach >>
Former WVC president receives award | Skagit Valley College emergency assistance funding dwindles as students face inflation | Jingle Jazz concert returns to PC campus | WWCC to resume CDL program | Wenatchee Valley College hosting free classical concert | Yakima Valley College introduces ‘Next Generation Harvey’ at their main campus in Yakima | SPSCC Foundation awards over $900,000 in financial aid this year >>
Eric's Heroes: Eva's gift to the world | WVC reaches contract agreement with new president | South Seattle College announces longtime educator Dr. Jean Hernandez as interim president | 'On the edge of a precipice' — OB-GYN reports dire message to Kitsap health board | A transformative bridge over a 10-lane freeway >>
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