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Students parents to receive childcare support thanks to new grant

Seattle Central’s Student Support Programs received a $30,000 grant from the Women’s Funding Alliance to support student parents. The grant will allow the college to significantly reduce the high cost of childcare as a major barrier to...

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Karen Barnes, Business Technology Management

“This is the best educational experience I’ve had. Everything I’m learning in class applies to work in the real world. I can immediately put the technical skills I learn in class on my resume.” –…

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Lissy Cabrera, Associate of Business alumna

“My classes were really difficult and time-consuming. But it was also fun since I know that I will apply the information I learned to my future career in business.” – Lissy Cabrera, a recent graduate of…

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Seattle Central selects new Vice President of Instruction

News Release FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: July 18 2016 Media Contact: David Sandler | Public Information Officer (206) 934-5488 | david.sandler@seattlecolleges.edu Dr. Bradley Lane will work to ensure college’s programs continue to meet students’ needs Seattle Central...

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College signs MOU with French university

As part of the college’s effort to cultivate a globally-diverse campus community, Seattle Central signed a Memorandum of Understanding with representatives from the Ecole de Commerce, a business-focused university in Paris, last month to host...

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SVI to launch new certificate program thanks to HEET grant

Seattle Vocational Institute recently received a Hospital Employee Education and Training (HEET) grant for over $250,000 from the State Board for Community and Technical Colleges. The grant will allow SVI to expand training programs that help...

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