Edmonds College student wins Governor’s Student Civic Leadership Award | New program addresses state’s shortage of nurses | Bates Technical College celebrates grand opening and ribbon cutting for new Center for Allied Health Education | Columbia Basin College plans to give away 100 bikes at Bike Bonanza | Changing employers’ expectations | Washington State Ferries partnering with Seattle Maritime Academy to address worker shortage >>
Forums begin for Peninsula College president finalists | Bridging the cybersecurity workforce gap | South Puget Sound Community College offers unique craft beverage degree | Playtime: Summer Music School is back, plus Edmonds College youth technology camps | Wenatchee Valley College to hold in-person graduation ceremonies | How professional programs at NIC and SCC are preparing students for culinary career success | Tri-Cities planetarium reopens after 2 years. Catch a film and learn about the night sky | Gearing up for graduation at South Puget Sound Community College >>
Washington Watch: Critical negotiated rulemaking sessions start | Flying field: Aviation maintenance technology offers high opportunity | Newly minted Olympic College nurses enter the profession at pandemic's height | Walla Walla Community College sets COVID-19 testing requirement, moves online | Edmonds College receives state recognition for its new construction pre-apprenticeship program | WCC cybersecurity program partnering with U.S. Cyber Command >>
Wenatchee Valley College will be without its longtime leader | Matthew Thuney: UFO class at WCC | Pierce College Puyallup president picked to lead EvCC for now | Yelm High School to offer in-house associate degree program | Edmonds College to host virtual Martin Luther King Jr. celebration Jan. 20 >>
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