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50th anniversary event jump starts student transformations

Sixty professionals gathered on campus to mentor more than 250 students with career advice. Last week, Seattle Central College helped students continue their personal and professional transformations by holding a special career exploration event, part...

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Students selected for All-Washington Academic Team

Two Phi Theta Kappa students will represent Seattle Central College at the All-Washington Academic Team ceremony in Olympia. Seattle Central students Spencer Neumiller and Nickey Mitchell were selected for the Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) 2017...

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Seattle Central offers free coding course through TechHire grant

Students interested in gaining skills necessary to get a tech job can now register online. Seattle Central College has partnered with LaunchCode, a non-profit that educates, trains and places aspiring developers into jobs, to offer...

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Statement from Seattle Central President on Executive Order

Dear Campus Community: On Friday, Jan. 27, President Trump issued an executive order that prohibits citizens of seven countries – Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen – from entering the U.S. for 90...

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Seattle Central remembers unique connection to internment of Americans of Japanese descent

Day of Remembrance events pay tribute to internment of nearly a third of former Broadway High School student body. In the spring of 1942, nearly a third of the student body at Broadway High School...

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Instructor’s fish company wins award

In addition to teaching at Seattle Central, Pete Knutson operates a well-known family operated business. Loki Fish Company, a sustainable fish harvest company in Seattle owned and operated by Anthropology instructor Pete Knutson’s family, has...

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