32nd Annual Powwow at Edmonds CC
Accreditation Year Seven Wrap-Up
Center for Families Classroom Enhancements
The Center for Families provides high quality childcare that allows our students to complete their education and is a home for partnerships that strengthen parents' roles in their children's education and development.
EdCC Summer College Prep Program
EdCC Summer College Prep Program is a free 4 week intensive academic "boot camp" intended to improve students' chances of starting fall quarter in college-level courses. The program's primary focus is high school students, both graduating seniors and potential Running Start, who do not place into college-level reading, writing, and/or math.
Expanding Your Horizons
Expanding Your Horizons (EYH) is a national conference that encourages girls, grades 8-12, to explore careers in science, technology, engineering, and math. Edmonds CC partners with the Edmonds and Mukilteo school districts and the American Association of University Women to host EYH. Expanding Your Horizons will: increase young women's interest in science, technology, engineering, and math; foster awareness of career opportunities in these fields; as well as provide opportunities for young women to meet and interact with role models active in STEM fields.
The Facility Maker Space
The Facility opens our Engineering Technology Department (an 11,000 square foot building with state-of-the-art equipment) to the local community and provides a collaborative space where ordinary people with extraordinary ideas can come together and gain access to the tools, training, and community they need to turn their thoughts into things.
Mental Health Matters Week
Parent Mentor Graduation 2017
The Parent Mentor program is a Certificate of Completion offered in the Social and Human Services Department. Parent Mentors are caring individuals who volunteer to help newcomer and minority families feel at home in our community schools. They are Natural Leaders who work in schools, Head Start, and State Early Childhood Education and Assistance Programs (ECEAP) to provide a bridge between home and schools. They help families adjust to a new system, language, and culture.
Refrigerated Display Case for EdCC Baking Program
RiSE Student Support
RiSE (Relationships in Science Education) is a National Science Foundations-funded project awarded to Edmonds CC for 5 years to increase the number of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) students graduating and transferring, increase diversity among STEM majors, graduates, and transfers, and increase the successful progression of STEM majors through gateway STEM courses.
Simulation Training for Vital Signs Measurement
Undergraduate Research Student Support Fund
Provides up to $500 to support the participation of undergraduate research students in conferences. Funds are disbursed via a competitive application process and may be used for the following: conference registration fees, poster printing, and supplies required for the completion of research projects.