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Shoreline’s Clean Energy Technology students wow Public Health Laboratories with solar installation proposal

Shoreline’s Clean Energy Technology students wow Public Health Laboratories with solar installation proposal

This winter, Shoreline’s Clean Energy Technology (CET) program students got real-world training on how to work with clients in an industry setting. In January, following months of research, students in the Zero Energy Design Practicum class presented an in-depth solar installation proposal to a board of managers and directors at the State of Washington’s Public Health Laboratories. “Within the CET […]

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Shoreline students team up with local nonprofit to tackle social  justice with a book drive

Shoreline students team up with local nonprofit to tackle social justice with a book drive

Shoreline Community College students are partnering with Books to Prisoners, a Seattle-based nonprofit that sends free books to prisoners nationwide, for a winter quarter book drive. The partnership is the brainchild of Shoreline’s Reference & Instruction Librarian Chloe Horning, who was inspired by the campus Community Read of Octavia’s Brood, a science fiction anthology exploring issues of social justice. “I’ve volunteered with Books to […]

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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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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

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 […]

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College street banners on Aurora Avenue

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 […]

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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

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 […]

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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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President Roberts signs agreement with mayors in Okinawa

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 […]

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General Motors donates a 2014 Corvette Stingray to Shoreline’s Automotive program

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 […]

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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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