Friday, February 12, 2010

NEWS LINKS | February 12, 2010

SBCTC NEWS LINKS | Articles about – and of interest to – Washington state community and technical colleges




Future Tech 2010 at Clark College

KGW Newschannel 8 TV, February 5, 2010


Opinion: Legislators should raise taxes, not make more cuts

In Bellingham, hundreds of jobs have been lost, the number of uninsured grow, children learn in overcrowded classrooms, and students at Whatcom Community College and Western Washington University pay more, get less, and take longer to graduate.

Bellingham Herald, February 11, 2010


[Everett CC] White chicken chili fits reader request 

“It actually won first place in the EvCC chili cook-offs. When you taste it, you will know why.’’

The Herald, February 12, 2010


Conserving energy, creating jobs

Clark College is also preparing to help meet workforce needs  …

The Columbian, February 12, 2010




Communities of Color Face High Underemployment in Washington

Schmudget, February 11, 2010


Community College Offers Students a Guarantee

Chronicle of Higher Ed, February 11, 2010


Some college staff to give part of salary back to UW

Seattle Times, February 12, 2010


Murray Announces $5M to Train WA Workers for Health Care Jobs

Lake Stevens Journal, February 12, 2010





How To Put The Spark Back Into Your Relationship With Your Cat

Today NOW!, The Onion, February 2010




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