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News Links | November 28, 2017

November 28, 2017

Whatcom Community College reminds students – we’re all in this together | Edmonds Community College students work to thwart cybercrime | Education Focus: Skagit Valley College clubs promote kindness on campus | Seattle Central revives student newspaper | Clark College Penguin Pantry helps students in need | ‘I can’t imagine not having this place’: How Kent youth centers shape young immigrants’ lives | Vancouver man on a mission native to his heart | Big Bend community college wins national recognition | Clark College opens new culinary institute | Pierce College alum’s debut film garnering awards at film festivals around the country | Skagit Valley College culinary program makes meals for those in need | Jobs that pay without a B.A.: the most lucrative fields in Washington state | Inmate-made meals take edge off confinement | Providence starts its own medical assistant apprenticeship program | Business Movers: Columbia Credit Union honored by Clark College Foundation | Statewide group formed to reduce poverty | Fighting hunger with “empty bowls” | Fantasy Lights and Bates Technical College partnership fuels real-world experience | Bermingham named president emeritus | YVC wines earn medals at Tri-Cities Wine Festival | YVC student wines win 8 awards at annual wine festival | Cascadia College establishes Bock Center honoring Kirkland benefactors | Gardening: SCC students will show off fruits of labor at annual Poinsettia Open House >>

News Links | October 19, 2017

October 19, 2017

Clark College program: RAMP to success for students | Pilot project to help students complete GEDs | Diverse students find community at Simpson Intercultural Center | Books and laptops, soccer balls and garden rakes? Spokane Community College’s Library of Things offers myriad items for students | El Periódico: Skagit Valley College DREAMers take a stand | TCC, THA expand housing assistance program for homeless students | SPSCC welcomes 4 new faculty members | These are the top Washington universities and colleges ranked by salary potential >>

News Links | October 12, 2017

October 12, 2017

Six Washington community colleges up for $1 million Aspen Prize | Bringing it home: Airborne CEO, a Joyce native, tells of progress so far | STEM program expands to Clark College | US community colleges offer higher education at lower cost | The Betti Tool Fund: a generous donor pays it forward | WWCC transfer programs transform students’ lives | LWTech receives $275K grant for advanced manufacturing training | Applied learning: SPSCC alumnus helps design remodel for CAD/BIM program | 'Terrorist threats' made against Clover Park Technical College >>

News Links | September 21, 2017

September 21, 2017

Social media provides relief for those awaiting word from Mexico quake zone | Wine Scene: Back to school for YVC winemaking students | Opinion: Working together to revitalize timber and farm country | Enumclaw teen spent summer immersed in North African culture | Working for and with others | College, distilleries partner in new 'Craft District' | Edmonds School District students have built 40 houses since 1975 | Opinion: Burbank: Underfunding college shifts burden. debt to students | Why digital marketing firm Intellitonic calls Bellingham home | Columbia Basin College sees spike in Running Start enrollment | Late World War II veteran’s van finds new home | Fall classes begin at Big Bend >>

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