Learn about U.S. veterans' experiences. Winter quarter runs Jan. 2-March 19.
Entrepreneurs and project managers, take charge!
Enroll now. Business Management classes:
Start a Project Management Certificate this winter!
Find out more at an open house 6-9 p.m., Dec. 5 in Snohomish Hall 304.
In celebration of Native American Heritage Month
Women who work in science, technology, engineering, and math fields (STEM) earn on average 33 percent more than their counterparts inother fields.
Feminist and writer Angela Davis
Voices From the Dirt
Students from our Learn and Serve Environmental Anthropology Field School (LEAF) will tell the story of artifacts that they collected and cataloged from Japanese Gulch in Mukilteo last summer. Their presentation, "Voices From the Dirt: Japanese Gulch Artifacts," will be7 p.m., Thurs., Dec. 6 at the Everett Music Project Theater in the Everett Mall.
During 2011-12, more than 600 Edmonds Community College students, staff, and community
members gave 11,500 hours of service while working with more than 100 campus and community
partners. Find out more: www.edcc.edu/servicelearning
Program in the spotlight
Check out the new Northwest Community College Initiative blog.
A U.S. Department of State grant brings young leaders from around the world to local community colleges including Edmonds CC. Read some of the students' stories: http://northwestcci.com
Did you know
that 46% of Edmonds CC students work full or part-time while taking classes? See our latest stats: www.edcc.edu/about
Wow, anthropology students!
The college earned a Vision 2040 Award from the Puget Sound Regional Council for helping to recover and catalog historical artifacts at Japanese Gulch in Mukilteo.
Lactation room opens
Read about our new lactation room for student-moms who are breastfeeding in The Herald.
"EdCC opens lactation room."
Save the date!
Holiday Swing Dance 6 p.m., Dec. 5 at the Black Box Theatre features The MoodSwings. Tickets $10 - proceeds benefit the Edmonds Community College Foundation - on sale now at 425.640.1448 or online at www.BlackBoxEdCC.org.
Great work, students in the news!
Volunteers "Make a Difference' sprucing up Lynnwood park other fields.
English instructor Holly Hughes reads from her most recent publication, The Pen & the Bell: Mindful Writing in a Busy World, 2 p.m., Sun., Dec. 2 at The Elliott Bay Book Company in Seattle.
Take English 151, Creative Writing Poetry with Hughes this winter!
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