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News Links | January 17, 2019

January 17, 2019

Responding to a call for help | Training and higher ed is a sound investment for our state | Skagit Valley College celebrates new diversity center | Op-Ed: It’s time for the Legislature to invest in training and education beyond high school | 1st District state legislators preview upcoming session >>

News Links | January 15, 2019

January 15, 2019

Local View: Time for Legislature to invest in education after high school | Alumni, College Cellars of Walla Walla rock San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition | Parents shine with Sound to Harbor Early Learning Program's Parent U | She’s 17 and can tell you how to spot human trafficking | Gov. Inslee backs early learning program at Highline College | Furloughed federal employee seeks food bank help during government shutdown | Exploring cultural bias >>

News Links | January 10, 2019

January 10, 2019

New apartments set aside for homeless UWT students | Opinion: Legislators urged to make higher education a priority | Bellingham preschools offer college credit to parents | Edmonds CC awarded $92.6K job skills grant to train Crane aerospace workers | Northwest Wine: Great wines at a bargain is what we all want | Tacoma Community College to offer ‘comprehensive’ courses in cannabis | The MLK Banquet at SPSCC serves to honor civil rights leader while investing in the future >>

News Links | January 8, 2019

January 08, 2019

LCC Foundation honors Delores Rodman as 'Benefactor of the Year' | Pierce College Fort Steilacoom president retires, search underway for replacement | Grays Harbor College partners with Timberland Regional Library | Legacy of the late Mildred Ollée lives on at Seattle Central College | Home Fund, college make the difference for Port Townsend man | Opinion: The importance of growing family wage jobs in Arlington | Marijuana-themed classes start soon at Tacoma Community College | Edmonds CC grad, Brier resident named ‘Rising Star’ by Society of Women Engineers | Moss reflects on 20 years of service to CPTC | 'Flexible enough for any apprenticeship': LCC adds one-year trades program | 'Our Literacy Council' disbands; Centralia College and Foundation continues services | BTC receives $350,000 endowment >>

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