On Wednesday morning, Lieutenant Governor Cyrus Habib visited Bates President Dr. Ron Langrell to talk about higher education initiatives and identify potential opportunities for future collaboration.
Says Hayden, “When students are in crisis, having access to a trained professional right away can make a huge difference. “ Licensed mental health counselor Erin Hayden is the college’s first counselor, and she is responsible for providing support to students as they navigate their way through college.
Owning and operating a mobile food truck has jumped in popularity. According to an industry research firm, the street-food business is a two-billion-dollar industry that has gained momentum over the past five years.
Taina Anderson has been teaching students in the Civil Engineering program since January. She holds a Master’s Degree from University of Washington Tacoma in geospatial technologies, and a Bachelor’s Degree from University of Texas El Paso in civil engineering. She has performed data analysis for several public and community organizations, worked for a wastewater engineering […]
TACOMA, Wash. — A national gold medal and a regional award are among the growing accolades Bates Technical College students have earned because of their expertise and hard work.
Diversity Academy organizers will offer a viewing of the documentary ‘Killing Us Softly 4 ‘ across the three campuses in next week. The video is the newest edition of Jean Kilbourne’s influential and award-winning Killing Us Softly series, which addresses how the advertising industry reinforces and glamorizes a regressive and debased notion of femininity, according […]
Bates Technical College is seeking pre-accreditation candidacy from the National League for Nursing (NLN) to nationally accredit the Practical Nurse program.
Dr. Julianne Malveaux holds her Ph.D in economics from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and has spent decades teaching, speaking, writing and appearing on national media talking about women’s issues, race, economics and politics.
Fire Service student Dallin Wilson took home gold at the 2017 SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference last month. The annual event is a competitive showcase of career and technical education students, with more than 16,000 students, teachers and business partners participating.
The college will be closed on Tuesday, July 4 to celebrate the Independence Day holiday. Please note that while the college is open to the public on Monday, July 3, there will be no classes held. According to the Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA), July 3 is a non-instructional day.