Attending college in Washington State, and really the whole world, looks a bit different right now. After Governor Jay Inslee's recent "Stay Home, Stay Healthy" order, you may be thinking it's best to put your college plans on hold. However, both state and federal funding for education is able to serve more students than ever, and many community colleges are making it easier than ever to enroll and register.
Admissions for the Craft Brewing & Distillery program at South Puget Sound Community College (SPSCC) opens March 2, 2020 and extends until May 31, 2020.
Students in the SPSCC Craft Brewing & Distilling program work in world-class facilities with local brewers, distillers, and cider makers to learn what it takes to be a part of the craft beverage community.
On Feb. 7, 2020 South Puget Sound Community College (SPSCC) will be hosting the annual SkillsUSA Post-Secondary Winter Leadership Conference.
Starting on Monday, Feb. 3, schools around the area will kick-off SkillsUSA Week. Institutions have been invited to participate by holding open houses, inviting local media to tour their programs, conduct community service projects, network and build relationships with local businesses, or engaging with policymakers about the value of technical careers and education.
Article via The Olympian
By Rolf Boone
A building that will house Ninkasi Brewing, Heritage Distilling and a South Puget Sound Community College brewing and distilling education center is set to open this spring in Tumwater’s craft district, Mayor Pete Kmet said Wednesday.
The Night Shift
Tanya delicately placed a new bedpan under the middle-aged woman in the acute care unit. The nurse watched her swift and careful movements from across the room. “You should’ve called me in here sooner,” she said to the nurse with a gentle smile. “Just because it’s 4 a.m. doesn’t mean you should do my work.”
Growing up as the child of Filipino immigrants, Cleo wanted a rewarding and meaningful career at a young age—and SPSCC helped her find the right path to success.
“I always knew I wanted to go to college,” Cleo said, “but the road to receiving higher education was unclear because I knew how expensive it was.”