Clover Park Technical College Medical Histology student Allison Hughes has been named a recipient of the American Society of Clinical Pathologists National Honor Student Award, and she received her certificate during her morning class on May 17.
During a special ceremony in May, Pierce College Vice President of Information Technology and Chief Information Officer Michael Stocke was recognized by the Puyallup South Hill Rotary with an award for excellence in education. The organization presented its annual 2017 Community Vocational Awards during a special luncheon at Pierce College Puyallup, honoring Stocke and several […]
The Steilacoom Historical School District issued an alert Wednesday morning at 6 am that read, “2 Hours Late, No AM preschool. Transportation Delays on all routes.” The cause? “Not weather related. It is transportation related,” noted Celeste Johnston, Executive Assistant to the Superintendent.
TACOMA, Wash. — What images and ideas occur to you when you hear the words “Pacific Northwest?” Puget Sound Book Artists (PSBA) came up with a few: trees, ferns, slugs, smog, eagles, clams, blackberries, tulips, sea glass, herons, mountains, fog, rain, crows, beaches, arsenic, pho, seals, tankers, whales, grunge, coffee, tattoos … and the list […]
Ruben Cortinas joined the Lancer Family in October of last year and is currently a junior. He was also named Lakewood Rotary’s Student of the Month for May. Ruben has quickly endeared himself to staff and students. Dedicated, caring and hard-working are a few words to describe him.
The Clover Park Technical College May Board of Trustees meeting ended with a special announcement for faculty members Robert Carver and Ken Meerdink, as the Board awarded tenure to each of the two instructors.
LAKEWOOD, WASH.— Clover Park School District (CPSD) will host a public forum on Wednesday, May 24 to share information on its budget preliminary review for the 2017-18 school year.
After high school, Ramona Lohman enrolled in the Art Institute of Seattle and earned a bachelor’s degree in game art and design. When she entered the workforce, Ramona searched for work in the gaming industry, but she was unsuccessful. Frustrated by the lack of jobs, and after working with no pay at a start-up game […]
A recent study completed by the Economic Modeling Specialists International (EMSI) measuring Clover Park Technical College’s economic impact on Pierce County revealed that CPTC adds nearly $200 million dollars annually to the economy, and its students will see a $2.50 return for every $1 they spend on their education at the college.
At the May 10 Board Meeting, the Board of Trustees approved Tacoma Community College’s proposed new Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) in Community Health Degree. The next morning, the State Board for Community and Technical Colleges also approved the BAS, allowing the college to move forward with launching the program. TCC hopes to accept the […]