• FIRST LEGO League brings STEM, robots, and hundreds of area students to campus this weekend

    For the second year running, Washington FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Robotics is partnering with Shoreline Community College to bring the FIRST LEGO League (FLL) competition to Shoreline’s campus this Saturday and Sunday, January 23-24. A robotics competition developed for upper elementary and middle school-aged students, FLL aims at inspiring youth to take interest in science […]

    FIRST LEGO League brings STEM, robots, and hundreds of area students to campus this weekend
  • College street banners on Aurora Avenue

    A collaboration between Shoreline Community College and the City of Shoreline to bring visibility to the college and note the community’s rich heritage of excellence in education is now on display, hanging from light poles along Aurora Avenue North from 155th Street to 165th Street. College-themed street banners were added to the light poles on Jan. 10, 2016. The double […]

    College street banners on Aurora Avenue
  • Shoreline Clean Energy Technology students clean up in ASHRAE scholarship competition

    Three Shoreline students in the Clean Energy Technology (CET) program are starting Winter quarter off with recognition, and some help, from the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE). The students each received a scholarship in the amount of $2,000 from the organization, which is dedicated to the advancement of the arts and sciences of practices related to […]

    Shoreline Clean Energy Technology students clean up in ASHRAE  scholarship competition
  • President Roberts signs agreement with mayors in Okinawa

    In an effort to further strengthen Shoreline Community College’s long-standing relationship with Japan, President Cheryl Roberts recently visited Okinawa Prefecture in southern Japan to sign a Memorandum of Understanding with several local prefecture mayors.  The mayors have banded together in an initiative to encourage local Okinawan students to study abroad and participate in an increasingly interdependent world. The agreement signed […]

    President Roberts signs agreement with mayors in Okinawa
  • General Motors donates a 2014 Corvette Stingray to Shoreline’s Automotive program

    General Motors (GM) recently donated a 2014 Corvette Stingray to Shoreline’s GM Automotive Service Educational Program (ASEP). Michael Boehm, Director of Dealer Services & Manufacturer Relations for Shoreline’s Professional Automotive Training Center – Dealer Training Academy, said “The donation represents the latest in technology and is an excellent opportunity for our GM ASEP students to be able to work on […]

    General Motors donates a 2014 Corvette Stingray to Shoreline’s Automotive program
  • Campus to close Dec. 21-25 during winter break

    Shoreline Community College will be closed to the public from Dec. 21-25, 2015, President Cheryl L. Roberts has announced.  All offices on campus will be closed. College employees will be taking leave and no services will be available to the public during the campus closure. Please note the campus will continue to be patrolled during the closure by College Safety […]

    Campus to close Dec. 21-25 during winter break
  • Three Shoreline cooperative preschools seek new homes

    For more than 50 years, three early childhood education programs in Shoreline have been helping children and families grow, but now it is the growing number of families enrolling children in the Shoreline School District that is forcing those programs from their home and perhaps out of existence. The three cooperative preschools are North City, Shorenorth, and Shoreline Cooperative. Currently, […]

    Three Shoreline cooperative preschools seek new homes
  • Shoreline’s Nursing students break fundraising record for students in need

    Each year, the Shoreline Community College Association of Nursing Students (SCCANS) raises money to help one student with financial need. Funds are distributed anonymously and can be used for tuition or to help with living expenses that may be barriers to a student’s success. This year SCCANS raised a record amount and was able to distribute funds to several students. […]

    Shoreline’s Nursing students break fundraising record for students in need
  • A Shoreline student translates powerful lessons from South Africa into traditional Chinese art

    This past summer, Shoreline professor Dr. Ernest Johnson took a group of students to South Africa for four weeks as part of a study abroad program designed to examine the social and cultural history of South Africa and the current efforts to create a democratic, multicultural nation. One student, Xiaoxue (Amy) Hu, a native of China, was inspired to channel […]

    A Shoreline student translates powerful lessons from South Africa into traditional Chinese art
  • Community Standard Statement affirms college values

    Shoreline Community College now has a Community Standard Statement, a strong affirmation that the campus is a place where all people can come to learn and work in a supportive environment. “It is our core value that everyone who comes to this campus feels respected and supported,” President Cheryl Roberts said. “This happens when we are open to learning and […]

    Community Standard Statement affirms college values

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Student newspaper article illustrates why Shoreline is focusing on rights and values for all

January 26, 2016 at 3:20 pm

Shoreline Community College and many other colleges are making strong steps forward to address the serious national issue of sexual harassment, violence and discrimination...

Community Engagement »

FIRST LEGO League brings STEM, robots, and hundreds of area students to campus this weekend

FIRST LEGO League brings STEM, robots, and hundreds of area students to campus this weekend

January 22, 2016 at 1:33 am

For the second year running, Washington FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Robotics is partnering with Shoreline Community College to bring...

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Shoreline Clean Energy Technology students clean up in ASHRAE  scholarship competition

Shoreline Clean Energy Technology students clean up in ASHRAE scholarship competition

January 8, 2016 at 2:08 pm

Three Shoreline students in the Clean Energy Technology (CET) program are starting Winter quarter off with recognition, and some help, from the American Society of Heating,...

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Student newspaper article illustrates why Shoreline is focusing on rights and values for all

Shoreline Community College and many other colleges are making strong steps forward to address the serious national issue of sexual harassment, violence and discrimination on college campuses. “It is our core value that everyone who comes to this campus feels respected and supported,” President Cheryl Roberts said. “The experiences of two students quoted in a Jan. 16, 2016 article in […]

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Mark McVeety passes away

Mark McVeety passes away

Mark McVeety, a staff and faculty member at Shoreline Community College, passed away Sunday, Dec. 27, 2015. McVeety, 46, came to the college in November, 2007, as Director of the Small Business Accelerator. The project is an innovative collaboration between the college and the City of Shoreline. He also taught a class on entrepreneurship as part of the college business […]

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Hyundai donates a 2015 Genesis to Shoreline’s GST Automotive program

Hyundai donates a 2015 Genesis to Shoreline’s GST Automotive program

Hyundai Motor America recently donated a 2015 Genesis to Shoreline Community College’s Automotive program to support students in the General Service Technician (GST) program. The Genesis is Hyundai’s top-of-the-line luxury sedan. Michael Boehm, Director of Dealer Services & Manufacturer Relations for Shoreline’s Professional Automotive Training Center – Dealer Training Academy, said “This donation, facilitated by Jim O’Connor, Senior Manager Field Service […]

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Shoreline Auto's Honda PACT program graduated 11 students on Nov. 18, 2015.

Shoreline Automotive department celebrates student graduation from Honda PACT program

On Wed., Nov. 18, Shoreline’s Honda PACT program graduated 11 students from its 2-year program. All 11 graduated students are fully employed in a Honda or Acura dealership. Several of the students came to Honda after completing Shoreline’s GST (General Service Technician) program. Shoreline’s Dr. Cheryl Roberts, Dan Fey, Michael Boehm and instructor Bob Biesiedzinski were all in attendance at the graduation. […]

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Bus Tangles with Tree, Causes Traffic Delays to Campus Tues., Nov. 17

Bus Tangles with Tree, Causes Traffic Delays to Campus Tues., Nov. 17

High winds on Tuesday morning, Nov. 17, 2015 toppled a tree that hit a Metro bus on Innis Arden Way NE, just east of the main entrance to Shoreline Community College. The driver of the bus was taken to a local hospital by Shoreline Fire District personnel. Other public safety officials at the scene said the driver’s injuries did not […]

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Shoreline and KIMSeattle Inspire the Next Generation of STEM Leaders with Heart Health Education

Shoreline and KIMSeattle Inspire the Next Generation of STEM Leaders with Heart Health Education

About 60 third graders from Parkwood Elementary visited Shoreline’s campus on Tues., Nov. 3 and Fri., Nov. 6 to explore careers in science and medicine while learning about heart health. The visit was part of a new partnership between Shoreline and local non-profit Kids in Medicine & Science Seattle (KIMSeattle). Led by teachers from KIMSeattle, the Parkwood students learned the […]

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Trustees OK funding for housing study

Shoreline Community College is going to look at the feasibility of building and operating student housing on campus. At the Oct. 28, 2015 regular meeting, the college Board of Trustees on a unanimous 4-0 vote approved spending up to $200,000 from existing one-time funds to conduct a study to determine the feasibility of constructing and operating a student housing facility […]

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Shoreline’s CIEP Students Find Meaningful Work on Campus

Shoreline’s CIEP Students Find Meaningful Work on Campus

When the focus of Shoreline’s Community Integration Employment Program (CIEP) shifted recently from helping students with barriers to employment develop job skills to actually helping place students in employment opportunities, CIEP Program Manager Rosemary Dunne looked to Shoreline’s campus community for help in fulfilling the program’s new mission. “An obvious place to look is our campus,” said Dunne. “Many of […]

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American Honda Motors Donates V6 Engine to Tahoma High School Through Shoreline’s Honda PACT Program

American Honda Motors Donates V6 Engine to Tahoma High School Through Shoreline’s Honda PACT Program

American Honda Motors (AHM) recently donated a V6 engine block to Tahoma High School instructor Luke Thompson through Shoreline Community College’s Honda PACT program. Shoreline instructor Bob Biesiedzinski helped facilitate the donation of the engine, which will be used to train Tahoma’s automotive students. “Our hope in facilitating this donation is that the hands-on training the engine provides students will […]

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Shoreline Professor Torrey Stenmark Moonlights as Superhero to Inspire the Next Generation of STEM Students

Shoreline Professor Torrey Stenmark Moonlights as Superhero to Inspire the Next Generation of STEM Students

In her off time, Senior Associate Faculty chemistry professor Torrey Stenmark moonlights as a superhero. More specifically, Ms. Marvel. On Oct. 10-11, Stenmark donned her crime-fighting boots to help run the DIY Science Zone at GeekGirlCon 2015. Now in its fifth year, GeekGirl is a Seattle-based conference that “celebrates and honors the legacy of women contributing to science and technology; […]

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