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Network Alliance Offers Free Workshops for Job Seekers Starting January 28th

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In a competitive job market, some tricks of the trade can help job seekers increase their odds of obtaining employment. To get an edge over the competition, Network Alliance is offering free, bi-weekly job placement workshops beginning January 28th. Through Network Alliance, participants are able to improve their résumés, cover letters, and interview skills, as well as make valuable connections in the community to help them find employment. This project is a joint effort between Washington State Community College (WSCC), The Career Center – Adult Technical Training, and the Washington-Morgan Community Action Program that aims to help community members during their job search.

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WSCC and SALT Teach Students How to Navigate College Loans

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Student loan debt is on the rise nationally as students struggle to find ways to pay for higher education. Many students have difficulty navigating financial aid. For student loan borrowers, many do not fully understand their repayment obligations after graduation. Washington State Community College (WSCC) is partnering with SALT to combat this tough issue by educating students about their options. SALT is an important financial aid resource that offers student loan debt solutions in a convenient web-based program. One of the most daunting challenges for current college students, as well as graduates, is how to manage and repay college loans. While SALT is not technically an acronym, it has been jokingly referred to as Students Against Loan Terrorism. The actual origin of the name SALT comes from the fact that salt was used as one of the first forms of currency in early civilizations. In either case, the aim of the program is the same- to help students set realistic goals for loan repayment as well as educating them about the many options that exist.

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Internationally Acclaimed Musicians Performing at WSCC

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44 New Members Honored at WSCC Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society Induction Ceremony

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Washington State Community College (WSCC) is proud to announce 44 new members of the Alpha Rho Gamma Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society. An induction ceremony was held on November 21st in the Graham Auditorium at WSCC to welcome the newest members of the organization. Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) is an honor society for students attending 2-year colleges. Members of PTK are recognized for their academic achievements and are encouraged to develop leadership skills that will help them later in life. In addition to these benefits, PTK also offers scholarships for members. The scholarships offered to PTK members total over 37 million dollars and can be used at colleges and universities across the country. Members of PTK are also taught the importance of civic outreach and taking the time to help your local community.

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OPOTA Mobile Training Unit Visits WSCC

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