TACOMA – Bates Technical College recently earned a “Military Friendly School” designation in the 2016 Victory Media Military Friendly® Schools List for the fourth consecutive year. The annual list honors the higher education institutions with services, programs and more that are designed to help ensure the success of America’s service members, veterans and spouses as students.
Maggie Thompson was announced as Lakewood Rotary’s Student of the Month for November, at the club’s November 20 meeting.
Ten University of Puget Sound students tackled a series of environmental issues facing a proposed Columbia River wind and hydro energy project—and walked away with $2,700 in prizes.
LAKEWOOD – Clover Park High School (CPHS) will be an Advanced Placement (AP) Capstone school for the 2016-17 school year. AP Capstone is an innovative diploma program that allows students to develop the skills that matter most for their future college success: research, collaboration and communication. The program includes a two-course sequence: AP Seminar and AP Research.
Lou Minett is all about progress. He knows with higher education comes growth and opportunities.
Over 500 students are currently engaged in case-managed support and programs run by CISL at Tillicum, Tyee Park and Four Heroes Elementary Schools, Lochburn Middle School and Clover Park High School. Each day, site coordinators are connecting students and parents with community resources.
For one Saturday morning in October, a special group of Pierce College students came together to help make a difference in the community. In honor of Make a Difference Day, 38 students and faculty participated in a number of volunteer events around the community.
For the second year, Pierce College will host the Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC) 2015 Volleyball Championship tournament on Nov. 19-22 at the Greater Tacoma Convention and Trade Center.
Diversity was celebrated Nov. 17 at Clover Park Technical College’s 2nd Annual Diversity and International Education Fair at the McGavick Event Center. More than 160 visitors, including 122 students, attended the 3-hour event that highlighted various cultures with hands-on activities, informational booths, live performances and food. Seventeen local businesses and organizations joined CPTC clubs on […]
Governor Jay Inslee has appointed former Pierce County Auditor Cathy Pearsall-Stipek to serve on the Bates Technical College Board of Trustees.