• DECA students bring home medals, move on to international competition

    After months of preparation, 20 Shoreline DECA students traveled to Coeur d’Alene, Idaho last weekend to compete in the 2018 Collegiate DECA Pacific Northwest Career Development Conference (PNCDC). At the conference, Shoreline DECA members competed in business events such as Ethics, Emerging Technologies, International Marketing, Human Resource Management, and Event Planning. Competition included 100 peers from Gonzaga, Seattle University, Western Washington, Bellevue […]

    DECA students bring home medals, move on to international competition
  • Students rise to the challenge in the Opera Workshop 2018 world premiere

    Opera lovers won’t want to miss Shoreline Community College’s Opera Workshop 2018, featuring the world premiere of Command Performance, a delightful one-act piece written specifically for Shoreline’s program by famed Seattle composer Bruce Monroe. Based on historical events from the reign of Russian Empress Catherine “The Great,” Command Performance is the brainchild of Monroe, a prolific orchestrator and composer known […]

    Students rise to the challenge in the Opera Workshop 2018 world premiere
  • President Roberts joins national call for DACA legislation

    Shoreline Community College President Cheryl Roberts, Ed.D., has joined more than 200 college and university leaders across the country to launch the Presidents’ Alliance on Higher Education and Immigration. Founded in December 2017, the Presidents’ Alliance on Higher Education and Immigration brings together college and university chancellors and presidents dedicated to increasing public understanding of how immigration policies and practices […]

    President Roberts joins national call for DACA legislation
  • Sue Ennis’s heart, expertise helps music students succeed in today’s industry

    Best known for writing chart-topping songs for the band Heart, Shoreline music faculty, Sue Ennis, claims her industry success is based on three things: skill in songwriting, relationships with the right people, and a whole lot of luck. But these days, she contends, success also requires music industry savvy and business know-how, skills she teaches in her classes at Shoreline […]

    Sue Ennis’s heart, expertise helps music students succeed in today’s industry
  • The Foundation announces the inaugural recipient of the 1964 Society Faculty Professional Development Scholarship

    The Shoreline Community College Foundation Board of Directors is pleased to announce Dr. Jensina Oliver as the inaugural recipient of the 1964 Society Faculty Professional Development Scholarship. The scholarship is designed to provide funds in perpetuity for faculty to use toward their professional development. Oliver, who teaches piano and music theory at Shoreline, will receive $1,100 to attend the Music Teachers […]

    The Foundation announces the inaugural recipient of the 1964 Society Faculty Professional Development Scholarship
  • New program in Mechatronics prepares graduates for innovative manufacturing jobs

    A new two-year program in Mechatronics is now available through the Advanced Manufacturing Technology department at Shoreline. Mechatronics technicians integrate knowledge of machines, electronics, and control systems to analyze and problem-solve 21st-century manufacturing systems. Technicians require professional training in industrial automation technology, combining the fields of machine maintenance, electronics, and robotics. The Associate in Applied Arts and Sciences (AAAS) degree in Mechatronics prepares students for immediate employment and […]

    New program in Mechatronics prepares graduates for innovative manufacturing jobs
  • International alum finds her path to Microsoft through Shoreline

    When Evelyn Mahasin came to Shoreline from Jakarta, Indonesia in the fall of 2014, she wasn’t sure what she wanted to study. Now, thanks to some supportive faculty and her on-campus experiences, she’s finishing up a degree in Computer Science and Software Engineering at University of Washington Bothell and already has a job at Microsoft waiting for her after graduation. […]

    International alum finds her path to Microsoft through Shoreline
  • Local colleges collaborate to debut September 11 play at Erickson Theatre

    Theatrum Orbis and a collective of theater and film artists from Shoreline Community College, Seattle Central College, and Seattle’s theater scene have joined forces to bring a new play, Steel, to the Erickson Theatre on Capitol Hill this November. Written by playwright Chris Fisher, a 20+ year faculty member at Shoreline before moving to Seattle Central, and directed by Duygu […]

    Local colleges collaborate to debut September 11 play at Erickson Theatre
  • Shoreline Community College Foundation announces 1964 Society Faculty Professional Development Scholarship

    The Shoreline Community College Foundation Board of Directors has established a new scholarship endowment called the 1964 Society Faculty Professional Development Scholarship. The scholarship is designed to provide funds in perpetuity for faculty to use toward their professional development. In the 2017-18 inaugural year, the Professional Development Scholarship will be specifically for associate faculty. Instructors who have taught at Shoreline for […]

    Shoreline Community College Foundation announces 1964 Society Faculty Professional Development Scholarship
  • Foundation welcomes newest board member, looks ahead to 20th annual Student Success Community Breakfast

    Helping students achieve success and removing barriers to student’s educational and career goals is the mission of The Shoreline Community College Foundation. Providing scholarships to deserving students is key to fulfilling this mission. The Foundation Board of Directors welcomes their newest member, Cheryl Lee. Cheryl is an Attorney and Business Advisor. She has a BS in Mechanical Engineering, an MBA, […]

    Foundation welcomes newest board member, looks ahead to 20th annual Student Success Community Breakfast

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Shoreline Community College to screen 26 films for SIFF, host opening night gala

Shoreline Community College to screen 26 films for SIFF, host opening night gala

May 8, 2017 at 4:25 pm

For the second year running, Shoreline Community College, in partnership with the City of Shoreline, is an official Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF) venue. The...

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Students rise to the challenge in the Opera Workshop 2018 world premiere

Students rise to the challenge in the Opera Workshop 2018 world premiere

February 15, 2018 at 11:17 am

Opera lovers won’t want to miss Shoreline Community College’s Opera Workshop 2018, featuring the world premiere of Command Performance, a delightful one-act piece written...

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DECA students bring home medals, move on to international competition

DECA students bring home medals, move on to international competition

February 20, 2018 at 9:28 am

After months of preparation, 20 Shoreline DECA students traveled to Coeur d’Alene, Idaho last weekend to compete in the 2018 Collegiate DECA Pacific Northwest Career...

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Honda PACT Program Graduate Takes 1st in Honda TopTech Competition

Honda PACT Program Graduate Takes 1st in Honda TopTech Competition

Rob Dykstra, a 2005 Graduate of Shoreline Community College’s Honda Professional Automotive Career Training (PACT) Program and a Honda Master Technician at Lynnwood Honda, won 1st place in the Honda TopTech Competition held at the American Honda Motor Co., Inc. Northwest Training Center in Portland, OR on Oct. 14. Winners of the contest are recognized as the best Honda and […]

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Teachers go green at the Washington STEM Educator Solar Institute

Teachers go green at the Washington STEM Educator Solar Institute

Shoreline Community College’s Clean Energy Technology program hosted eight area middle and high school teachers at the third annual Washington STEM Educator Solar Institute held on Shoreline’s campus August 8-10. The program is designed to give hands-on training in solar technology to area instructors and to provide Institute participants with techniques to teach solar principles in their classrooms in effective, […]

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Shoreline’s PROJECT BIOTECH introduces high school students to hands-on learning, careers in STEM

Shoreline’s PROJECT BIOTECH introduces high school students to hands-on learning, careers in STEM

  Dozens of area high school students have biotechnology on the brain after attending Shoreline Community College’s fourth annual PROJECT BIOTECH summer camps. The week-long camps are designed to provide 9-12th graders with an advanced introduction into the fast-growing field of biotechnology with unique, hands-on lab and computer activities and exposure to industry, academic, and non-profit career options. “The Seattle […]

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Shoreline’s Clean Energy Technology program awarded National Science Foundation grant

Shoreline’s Clean Energy Technology program awarded National Science Foundation grant

Shoreline Community College was awarded a National Science Foundation grant to enhance its Clean Energy Technology (CET) program over the next three years. The $168,242 grant will assure that the CET program is equipped to ensure students develop a skillset that prepares them for high-skill technology jobs in the field of clean energy. Careers in the green building sector continue […]

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National Science Foundation funds pioneering immuno-biotechnology coursework for college and high school students

National Science Foundation funds pioneering immuno-biotechnology coursework for college and high school students

Shoreline Community College aims to fill a skill gap in the medical workforce: immuno-biotechnology training in the fast-growing field of biotechnology. The College, a long-time innovator in biotechnology education, will pioneer new courses and share materials for teaching courses related to immuno-biotechnology through a $572,070 National Science Foundation grant. The funding will establish portable courses for use by two-year colleges […]

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Shoreline graduates first cohort from newly revamped Nursing Assistant Certified program

Shoreline graduates first cohort from newly revamped Nursing Assistant Certified program

On June 16, 2017, Shoreline Community College graduated its first cohort of students from its newly revamped Nursing Assistant Certified (NAC) program. After six months of study, nine students graduated with the skills needed to land entry-level employment in the high-demand field of healthcare. One student, Mari Engen, is looking forward to a new career and a new lease on life. […]

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Shoreline Community College’s General Service Technician program partners with Subaru of America’s Subaru University

Shoreline Community College’s General Service Technician program partners with Subaru of America’s Subaru University

Shoreline Community College’s General Service Technician program is now an official pilot school of Subaru University, a training program launched by Subaru of America in 2016. Subaru University is a partnership program combining the talent and resources of Subaru of America, its 600+ retailers nationwide, and select NATEF/AYES accredited Secondary and Post-Secondary schools to provide knowledge of Subaru vehicles and […]

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Commencement 2017 Student Speaker Azeb Tuji uses her voice to inspire others

Commencement 2017 Student Speaker Azeb Tuji uses her voice to inspire others

Performance arts and digital film student Azeb Tuji is a storyteller who’s started writing her story at Shoreline. This year’s Commencement student speaker, Tuji hopes her experience helps others find their voice as well. The daughter of a Somali mother and Ethiopian father, Tuji immigrated to the US from Kenya when she was two years old and is the first […]

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Cranes spread hope, unity across Shoreline’s campus

Cranes spread hope, unity across Shoreline’s campus

Toward the rear of the main floor of the Ray W. Howard library, on a wall just south of the Math Learning Center, 1,000 origami cranes folded by Shoreline students, staff, and faculty hang as a reminder that even the littlest gestures can bring delight and positivity into the world. The public art installation is the brainchild of Emma Parkinson, […]

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The Ebbtide wins big with annual PNAJE awards

The Ebbtide wins big with annual PNAJE awards

The Ebbtide student-run newspaper has captured a new trophy from the Pacific Northwest Association of Journalism Educators (PNAJE). Editor in Chief Connor Tee and his staff took Second-Place in the General Sweeps category of PNAJE’s 2017 student-journalism contest. The sweeps awards go to news staffs amassing the most points in the contest. It’s one of PNAJE’s highest honors. Along with […]

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