Skip to content

News Links | November 30, 2017

November 30, 2017

Jenny Durkan takes step on free-college promise on 1st full day as Seattle mayor | Automotive instructor from Centralia receives national award | He traded Olympia for ‘amazing honor’ in Trump administration | Pierce College celebrates 50 years of service | Bellevue College’s radio station recognized for excellence in reporting of disability issues | Mayor Jenny Durkan takes office, with city tour including West Seattle stop | Now they’re really cooking at Clark College >>

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 | November 21, 2017

November 21, 2017

SVC students, faculty collect goods for California, Puerto Rico | LCC welding lab closed for quarter | Edmonds CC 5K raises more than $54K | Edmonds Chamber Foundation establishes Edmonds CC scholarship for 2018-19 | $44,000+ raised in memory of murdered college student Desmond Jackson | Confidence, not fear: AAUW speaker explores how culture shapes childbirth | Annual celebration of native culture draws a crowd | Edmonds CC earns Achieving the Dream Leader College designation | Turkmenistan ambassador originally from Grays Harbor visits college | Education center highlights opportunities | EdCC launches scholarship campaign to help those with history of incarceration, homelessness | Capitol Hill land swap creating affordable housing, expanding Seattle Central | Opinion: $2 million grant is the start of something big in Centralia schools | Spreading your good fortune: Your donations to Fund For The Needy change lives in the Seattle area | CEI announces four presidential finalists | With less than two weeks until swearing-in, Durkan sets priorities | This new food truck mashes up Philly sandwiches and soul food. Here’s where to find it >>

News Links | November 16, 2017

November 16, 2017

WHS FFA classes have busy month | Edmonds CC names interim college president during search | The high stakes of the 'regulatory reset' | Second floor of TransAlta Commons to be renamed to honor Alice White Forth | SPSCC professor Norm Chapman named Instructor of the Year | Who is graduating from community college? More students than you might think | ‘I’m honored to sit among them’ | New superintendents in Aberdeen, Hoquiam bring high hopes for area schools >>

previous post Newer Postsnext post Older Posts

Subscribe to
News Links

* indicates required field
 

About

News Links helps subscribers keep up on community and technical college news, higher education trends and politics affecting and impacting your community. News Links is compiled and distributed by the Washington State Board for Community and Technical Colleges.

SBCTC is led by a Governor-appointed board and provides leadership, advocacy, and coordination for Washington’s system of 34 public community and technical colleges. Each year, about 381,000 students train for the workforce, prepare to transfer to a university, gain basic math and English skills, or pursue continuing education. Visit our website at SBCTC.edu or email us at SBCTCCommunications@sbctc.edu.

All News Links Categories

Recent Posts

Archives

Last Modified: 10/9/17 11:55 AM