SPSCC today announced that Phuoc Truong, an international student focusing on computer science, will represent SPSCC on the 2019 All-Washington Academic Team. Truong along with top students from each of the state’s 34 community and technical colleges will be recognized and awarded a scholarship at the All-Washington Academic Team ceremony on Thursday, March 21, 2019.
After 15 years of working in human resources and singing in the Army, Sabrina was ready for a new challenge: transitioning into the workforce and civilian life.
Returning to school was her biggest hurdle. She hadn't been in a classroom for many years, but her professors helped show her that she could be successful.
After being diagnosed with diabetes, Tawni started flipping recipes to make them healthier, and in the process discovered her next career path.
Twenty years ago, Tawni fell into an accounting profession, but without formal schooling. She was good at it, and it paid the bills, but it wasn’t her passion. After being diagnosed with diabetes, Tawni started flipping recipes to make them healthier, and in the process discovered her next career path.
Transportation is a daily necessity for everyone at SPSCC – students, staff, and faculty alike. Many drive, but those who can’t (or don’t want to) end up seeking out alternative solutions for their daily college commute. Be it a matter of convenience or necessity, public transportation provides an invaluable service to many at SPSCC. We set out to interview members of the college community that ride the bus to learn more about the reasons why they ride, and why public transportation works for them.