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New program in Mechatronics prepares graduates for innovative manufacturing jobs

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 […]

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

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, […]

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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 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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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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Shoreline Community College announces USA Vietnam War Commemoration partnership, hosts inaugural event May 23

Shoreline Community College announces USA Vietnam War Commemoration partnership, hosts inaugural event May 23

Shoreline Community College is proud to announce the College, led by the Veterans Program and the Global Affairs Center, is a Commemorative Partner of the USA Vietnam War Commemoration. As a Commemorative Partner, the College will host two free community events yearly involving veterans who served in the Vietnam War. The partnership lasts three years. The College’s first partnership event […]

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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

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 College’s state-of-the-art theater will screen 26 films, some with Northwest ties, May 26-June 3. “Shoreline Community College is proud to partner with the City of Shoreline to host the northern-most SIFF venue, bringing high-quality arts […]

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Multicultural job fair connects employers with workers with diverse backgrounds and skills

Multicultural job fair connects employers with workers with diverse backgrounds and skills

On May 11, 2017 over 20 area employers will attend the Multicultural Job Fair on Shoreline’s campus looking to connect with potential employees with a diversity of skillsets. This is the second year that Shoreline, in partnership with Worksource, has hosted the fair. Over 175 job seekers connected to employers at the 2016 event. “It’s really a fantastic opportunity for […]

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