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News Links | May 23, 2017

May 23, 2017

New leader of Washington’s community college system plans to push for more money | Skagit Valley College campaigns to remove barriers to success | Cellarbration raises money for scholarships | JBLM graduates receive their diplomas | South Puget Sound Community College brews up innovative new program | Swinomish donate police vehicle to college program | Clark College receives math grant | Carlyle Care Center in downtown Spokane to stop serving residents with severe mental illness | TCC's new Community Health degree approved | WVC offering new bachelor degree in nursing | Telling a story and making money with numbers | CPTC shows off cool tech & hot careers at career conference >>

News Links | April 6, 2017

April 06, 2017

Outstanding Whatcom Community College students selected for All-Washington Academic Team | Wine industry celebrates Latino students | Work starts on new $18 million gym at Spokane Falls Community College | Centralia College gets $189,000 grant for solar energy system | Declining enrollment causes Lower Columbia College to become "entrepreneurial" | Clark College child and family studies: helping families succeed >>

News Links | March 14, 2017

March 14, 2017

Q&A: How Pierce College is helping more students succeed | Aluminum workers say they wouldn't want their kids to do the same work | Construction students to compete in statewide event | California scientists share research with Walla Walla wine students | SPSCC Foundation nursing scholarships are good medicine | Meet Terry Jones, 2017 Distinguished Alum | Whatcom Community College turns 50 this year. Here’s how you can see what’s changed | How can Cowlitz County create more jobs? | Kennedy Woods wins Miss Lewis County 2017 | Bellingham celebrates St. Patrick’s Day | Career Center connects students & employers at Spring Fair | BBCC program provides manufacturing skills training | LWTech in Kirkland awards tenure to six faculty members | Edmonds CC Foundation receives $20,000 grant from Hazel Miller Foundation | Columbia Basin College certified by NSA for excellence in cyber defense | Students from three area high schools build portable homeless shelters | CBC hopes to fix welding shortage by attracting millennials | Officials push for I-5 Bridge measure | Pierce College nets national award for its efforts to help students graduate | AHS seniors can get college-level training to become medical assistants >>

News Links | February 21, 2017

February 21, 2017

Rescue group revives OC mountaineering course | Pasco man wins Grammy as part of acclaimed bluegrass band | Opinion: Finding simple, elegant solutions to difficult problems | Our Voice: CBC and community will miss Cummins’ visionary leadership | Dream job comes early for CPTC student | LCC professors take on new political atmosphere | 2017 Legislative Session | Universities’ secret presidential selection process sparks Senate oversight proposal | Yemeni students studying in Wash. face uncertain future | Edmonds CC students recognized as top scholars | Students frustrated trying to get into UW’s strict engineering program | Our Views: Centralia College’s beautiful master plan is coming together | Seattle Central's connection to Japanese internment | Foundation breaks scholarship record | Passenger air service provider makes presentation in Port Angeles | Non-traditional path works for 19-year-old auto body student Demry Polum | Could Tacoma Dome host e-sports events as Swedish company opens local office? | Edmonds Community College Foundation awards scholarships | Study finds OC adds $412M annually to local economy | Laid-off aluminum workers look to retraining | Columbia Basin College professor receives backlash after publishing controversial article | Billings high school grads help Microsoft reshape reality >>

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