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Longtime SVC administrator, Carl Young, announces his plan to retire

Longtime Skagit Valley College administrator, Carl Young, has announced his plan to retire at the end of the year. December 31, 2015 will mark the last day for Carl at the helm of the SVC Foundation and the College Advancement office. Carl served as the Director of Public Information at SVC from 1996 to 2000. […]

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Tradition of giving back continues: SVC prepares Thanksgiving meals for those in need

SVC gives back to the community! You’ll want to read the Skagit Valley Herald article about the SVC faculty, staff, and student volunteers who prepared Thanksgiving meals for area families in need. The Skagit tradition continues!   [Read Story]

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An evening of music: Sounds of the Season

Sounds of the Season Presented by Skagit Valley College Tuesday, December 1 | 7:30pm Tickets: General Admission $15 Adults, $12 Seniors, $5 Skagit Valley College Students Holiday music featuring the Skagit Community Band and the Skagit Valley College Choirs. Join the Skagit Valley College Choir and the Skagit Community Band as they present holiday music […]

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Lady Cardinals are ready!

Looks like the SVC Lady Cardinals are ready for an awesome season!  Check the great season preview in the Skagit Valley Herald! [Ready Story]  

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SVC students to brighten Thanksgiving for families in need

Focus on Excellence: Giving Back to the Community  — Thanksgiving will be brighter for 20 local families this year, thanks to SVC students in the C.H.E.F. Club (Culinary Hospitality Education Foundation) and Phi Theta Kappa. “This event has been a wonderful Skagit Valley College community tradition for over 20 years,” said Culinary Arts Department Co-Chair and Chef […]

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