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Shoreline lands TechHire grant to train students in emerging mechatronics field

Shoreline lands TechHire grant to train students in emerging mechatronics field

Shoreline Community College was recently awarded a $613,983 grant from the Department of Labor’s H-1B TechHire Partnership Grant, a federal initiative aimed at boosting high-tech job training programs. Shoreline’s award falls under the umbrella of a 3.8-million-dollar grant project known as MechaWA, led by Everett Community College, to introduce currently unemployed young adults (ages 17-29) to opportunities in the aerospace industry. Shoreline’s […]

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Shoreline grad shares vision for feeding the world at Farming of the Future event, Tues., Oct. 25

Shoreline grad shares vision for feeding the world at Farming of the Future event, Tues., Oct. 25

Nick Begley has a vision for the future. The University of Washington Bothell master’s candidate is studying how emerging and alternative technologies like hydroponics, aeroponics, and aquaponics might help meet the challenges facing modern agriculture: population growth and climate change. Begley, a Shoreline Community College graduate of the class of 2014, will present highlights of his research at Shoreline on […]

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Shoreline launches SALT program to help students increase financial IQ

Shoreline launches SALT program to help students increase financial IQ

To help ensure student success well beyond graduation, Shoreline Community College has partnered with SALT, a financial literacy resource that provides students with advice on paying for college, tips for making smarter money decisions, simple budgeting tools, advice on finding scholarships, and more. Launched on Shoreline’s campus in summer 2016, SALT is a free resource for Shoreline students, graduates, and […]

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Ebbtide staff receives top honor at the Pacific Northwest Association of Journalism Educators awards

Ebbtide staff receives top honor at the Pacific Northwest Association of Journalism Educators awards

Shoreline Community College’s student-run newspaper, the Ebbtide, earned the First Place General Sweeps award in the 2015-16 Pacific Northwest Association of Journalism Educators (PNAJE) journalism competition. Awards were announced in June 2016. The Ebbtide’s news staff won a total of 12 awards and 3 honorable mentions, amassing more points than any other student newspaper in the competition. A First Place […]

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Shoreline Film program Alumnus Nick Terry premieres Finding October at SIFF 2016

Shoreline Film program Alumnus Nick Terry premieres Finding October at SIFF 2016

“It’s poetic, in a sense, that I’m getting to show my film at the place that allowed me to make it,” said Nick Terry, writer, director, cinematographer, editor, producer, and star of Finding October, a film that is premiering at the 2016 Seattle International Film Festival on Mon., May 30 at Shoreline Community College. Terry, a Shoreline alumnus, graduated from the […]

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Shoreline Scholars opens pathway to college success with 50 full-ride scholarships

Shoreline Scholars opens pathway to college success with 50 full-ride scholarships

Shoreline Scholars, Shoreline Community College’s up-to-full-tuition scholarship program, is back and ready to change lives for the 2016-17 school year. Launched in April of 2015, Shoreline Scholars is the first-of-its-kind scholarship program in Washington State. For its inaugural run in 2015, the Scholars program, funded through existing financial aid funds, the Shoreline Community College Foundation, and private donor Harley O’Neil, […]

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Three Shoreline cooperative preschools seek new homes

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, […]

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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’s Clean Energy Tech Program Looks to the Future of Solar, Hosts the 2015 Washington State Solar Summit

Shoreline’s Clean Energy Tech Program Looks to the Future of Solar, Hosts the 2015 Washington State Solar Summit

Multiple legislators and over 170 solar industry stakeholders visited Shoreline’s campus Oct. 9-10 as the college hosted the 2015 Washington State Solar Summit. The theme of this year’s event was “The Future of Solar in Washington State: Caution: Curves Ahead.” This was the first year Shoreline Community College was tapped to host the annual industry event. “It’s fitting that the […]

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Phins up, all in! Faculty/staff kick off fall quarter

Phins up, all in! Faculty/staff kick off fall quarter

More than 300 Shoreline Community College employees participated in the first all-day convocation to kick off the 2015-16 academic year. The day started bright and early at 8 a.m. in the college theater with welcoming comments from Board of Trustees Chair Catherine D’Ambrosio, followed by a heartfelt message from Associated Student Government President Ashley Cowan. Then, President Cheryl Roberts came […]

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