Recent tragic events provide an opportunity for all students, employees and visitors to the Shoreline Community College campus to review the emergency procedures and policies that are in place. President Lee Lambert is asking the campus to do more. “Reviewing our procedures is part of our daily work; it is expected,” Lambert said. “I would hope that the Connecticut shootings […]Read more ›
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Six state legislators from three districts came together at Shoreline Community College for a public discussion and forum on state budget issues. To kick off the Dec. 6, 2012 meeting, the audience of about 50 people heard a presentation by Andy Nicholas, senior fiscal analyst at the Washington State Budget & Policy Center, on the impacts the recession and budget […]Read more ›
Faculty at Shoreline Community College and the Shoreline School District are working together to help students make the transition from high school to college classes. The effort is called “Core to College” and funded by a $30,000 grant administered by the State Board for Community and Technical Colleges. Washington is one of 10 states to get the money provided […]Read more ›
The HEROES peer mentoring program has gotten off to a strong start this quarter. The program has introduced new components and now offers students club meetings, leader meetings, workshops, one on one mentoring, and opportunities to participate in group service projects. The program focuses on providing support to ESL, GED, and CEO students but welcomes and encourages any interested students […]Read more ›
Shoreline Community College and 10 other community and technical colleges in Washington state are among the first in the nation to implement a new national program touted by President Obama as key to getting Americans back to work. Working together, the 11 colleges are offering a two-quarter certificate in computer-numeric controlled machining. The course is designed specifically to meet the […]Read more ›