SPSCC in the News

john a. powell to Speak at Virtual MLK Event at SPSCC This January

December 7, 2020

SPSCC is pleased to host john a. powell as the featured speaker for the college’s annual Martin Luther King, Jr. event. Professor powell is an internationally recognized expert in the areas of civil rights, civil liberties, structural racism, housing, poverty, and democracy. This free, virtual event will be held on Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2021 from 5 – 6:30 p.m.

Find the Zoom link to join on our event webpage: spscc.edu/MLK.

SPSCC Trustee Doug Mah Reappointed to Board

October 9, 2020

SPSCC this week announced that Trustee Doug Mah was reappointed to its Board of Trustees by Washington State Governor Jay Inslee on Oct. 6, 2020 for a term ending Sept. 30, 2025.

Trustee Mah has served on the Board since 2016, and on Wednesday shared his excitement and gratitude for the continued opportunity to be a part of the Board.

A Change of Higher Ed Seasons for Thurston County

October 5, 2020

Article via Voice Magazine
by Kathryn Milhorn

As summer winds to a close most of us turn our minds to the classroom. Supply lists pop up in every store and back-to-school specials abound. But Autumn 2020 is...let’s just say…unique. With classes starting soon, our regional colleges and universities are working hard to develop a safe, healthy way to welcome students back.

From Student to Instructor: Meet Craft Brewing and Distilling Graduate Luke Jean

October 1, 2020

After spending time in the Army, Luke Jean started his career journey at Starbucks, but quickly learned he wasn’t chasing his passion. While he didn’t stay in the coffee industry, one thing he took away from Starbucks is sensory analysis skills. He’s tweaked what he learned in their Coffee Masters program and now applies it to spirits. “I’ve since learned how to lead tastings, how to do pallet cleansings, and other things that are useful in distilling,” said Luke, a graduate of SPSCC’s inaugural Craft Brewing & Distilling program.


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