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SPSCC Foundation Scholarship Essay Volunteers Find Student Stories of Hope and Perseverance

September 16, 2019

Article via ThurstonTalk
By Molly Walsh

Every student at South Puget Sound Community College has a story leading to their pursuit of higher education, whether it is to advance or change their current career path or to develop new skills. A vital part of that story for many students are scholarships, particularly those offered by the SPSCC Foundation.

SPSCC will Show off Their Artistic Side with Spring Arts Walk Event

April 17, 2019

Article via ThurstonTalk
By Molly Walsh

At the Spring Arts Walk, numerous South Puget Sound Community College (SPSCC) creative divisions will coalesce into a unique installation and two-day event in the historical Olympia venue, Ben Moore’s. Percival Place at Ben Moore’s will include art pieces from SPSCC faculty, performances from SPSCC theater and music students, bites provided by the Culinary Arts Program and contribution from the school’s Craft Brewing and Distilling Program.

Wine paired dinner rescheduled to March 14

February 11, 2019

Due to continued inclement weather, the Percival Restaurant has changed the date of the Feb. 14 Wine Paired Dinner to March 14, 2019, at 6:30 p.m. This event is sold out. We invite all persons with reservations to join us on March 14 for the originally planned menu.

If you have a reservation but are unable to attend on March 14, please contact Evan Fagerness in the SPSCC Foundation at efagerness@spscc.edu or call 360-596-5294. Refunds will be available.

Two student scholarships awarded at 2019 MLK Banquet

February 1, 2019

On Saturday, Jan. 19, two SPSCC students were recognized for their success in academics at the 2019 Martin Luther King, Jr. Banquet. Vanessa Enendu and Chante Williams were honored by the Thurston Group of Washington State as successful and involved students and community members, praising their work ethic, values, and contributions to advancing equity in education. They each received a scholarship in the amount of $1,000 toward their education.

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