New funding will help Farm to Fork expand at WWCC | At the cusp of AI workforce development | Joe Thornton receives 2024 Martin Luther King Jr. Spirit Award | Centralia College holds ribbon cutting for new nursing simulation lab >>
Technical educators in Spokane are working to entice a new generation to join vital careers in the trades | SFCC’s Spartan Theatre balances the heartfelt and the humorous with play “Crumble (Lay Me Down, Justin Timberlake)” | Acclaimed poets set PC reading | Whatcom Community College enrollment rebounds following pandemic dip | The Department of Education making changes to the FAFSA application | One reader’s view | Understanding the full value of college in Longview and beyond | New exhibit at Shoreline Community College >>
Whatcom C.C., White House talk careers in government | Aspen Institute names Pierce College as a Top 150 U.S. Community College eligible for the 2025 Aspen Prize | Aspen Institute honors Green River College on top 150 junior college list | Local students' DNA research may help to better track porpoises | National Center for Science and Civic Engagement honors Bellevue College professor >>
GHC president looks forward to taking helm | Centralia College names Judith Greeley Hendrickson as 2023 Distinguished Alumna | ‘Is that really me?’ | Celebrating AANHPI Heritage Month: Representation matters | How Return to the River Festival gets kids interested in conservation | SCC’s new sources of natural fertilizer soon will be a main course for culinary students | EC event exposes girls to STEM opportunitiesEC event exposes girls to STEM opportunities | ‘The Sound of Music’ opens at Centralia College >>
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