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News Links | August 4, 2020

August 04, 2020

Summer camp combines creativity, coding | The dirt: Spokane Falls Community College files for permit to build fine, applied arts building | Skagit Valley College receives Job Corps grant | Hospitality and Ecotourism degree through GHC | SCC student residence hall awarded prestigious LEED Green Building Certification | GHC plans for mostly online classes in fall | Seattle-area 'baking brigade' makes homemade bread for families in need | Local receives agricultural degree | Whatcom Community College student receives top national award for adult learning | The arts scene: Virtual exhibition highlights some 'possible projects' >>

News Links | July 28, 2020

July 28, 2020

Centralia College industrial trades training center to be completed by winter; Hopes to partner with K-12 schools | Centralia College live streams Inspirational Speech Championship; Student Haylee Ward takes first place | Edmonds College student leaders moving to 4-year schools | Education and Race: A discussion with interim Bellevue College president, a UW educator and recent WSU graduate | Spokane Community College reopens | Allie Lerma reads "To the first of getting longer days" by Chris Dombrowski | 'Culture of justice' focus of online discussion group | Grays Harbor College announces new AAZ degree in Hospitality and Ecotourism | Shoreline Community College President joins American Association of Community Colleges Board of Directors >>

News Links | July 23, 2020

July 23, 2020

SFCC food pantry serving greater-than-normal student need this summer | Walla Walla Community College retirees contribute $50,000 in scholarships | CBC offers new Agriculture Production degree | Edmonds College receives $3 million grant for health care training program | Grant helps Peninsula College boost humanities staff, programs | Student art in ‘virtual’ spotlight at Peninsula College’s annual exhibit | Skagit Valley College teams up with Farm to Family program | Karlee Norton reads “What You’d Want to Remember” by Miriam Marty Clark | $500,000 donation to create scholarships for Spokane community college students in high-demand fields | WWCC welcomes students back this Fall with new, flexible learning model | Local businessman wants Enumclaw to develop grant program for rent, utility costs >>

News Links | July 21, 2020

July 21, 2020

Welding students awarded apprenticeships | Megan Whitener reads "Why I am not President: A campaign speech" by Dennis Held | SVC brewing program finds new way keep processes going | Ag tech entrepreneur sees data as the apple of his eye | Editorial: From the newsroom: Interesting times as intern joins newsroom | Peninsula College officials welcome repeal of visa rule change | Homeless encampment on lawn of Seattle Central College stirs concern | Port underwrites help for small business through partnership with Highline College | Kevin Brockbank: State lawmakers wanted new pathways to career education – Spokane Community College wants a new pathway to a career | Centralia College to begin limited in-person services >>

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