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Two outstanding SVC students named to the 2018 All-Washington Academic Team

Two outstanding Skagit Valley College students, Mejak Jones (of Anacortes) and Christopher Leyva Vera (of Coupeville), were named to this year’s All-Washington Academic Team. Both were honored yesterday at the annual ceremony at South Puget Sound Community College. #AllWa18 The All-Washington Academic Team ceremony provides an opportunity for community and technical college students to be […]

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You’ve still got time! Register for Spring Quarter

It’s not too late to register for Spring Quarter at Skagit Valley College. Classes begin April 3rd. Trending programs include: Arts Basic Education for Adults Bachelor of Applied Science in Environmental Conservation Composites Engineering STEM Sustainable Agriculture Also, Business direct transfer (at Whidbey Island Campus) Or, if you would like to earn your bachelor’s degree, complete […]

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Skagit/Islands Head Start and ECEAP earn national recognition

Skagit Valley College’s Skagit/Islands Head Start and Early Childhood Education and Assistance Program (ECEAP) are proud to announce that they have been selected by the National Head Start Association to receive the Edward Zigler Innovation Award for the 2017-18 program year. The Zigler award recognizes local Head Start programs that have partnered to create innovative and high […]

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Cardinal Craft Brewing and SVC Culinary Arts to participate in Skagit Farm to Pint FEST

Skagit Valley College Foundation is pleased to serve as a sponsor for the first ever Skagit Farm to Pint FEST, a brewer’s festival designed by the brewers themselves. Skagit Farm to Pint FEST will take place on March 31 at Skagit Valley Malting, located at the Port of Skagit from 2-6 (1:00 VIP). Proceeds from the […]

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Semi truck donations from Freightliner and PACCAR bring new tech to SVC Diesel program

Students in Skagit Valley College’s Diesel Power Technology program are acquiring important new skills, thanks to two semi truck donations from local industry businesses: a 2010 Kenworth semi truck from PACCAR and a 2011 semi truck from Freightliner. With the Freightliner donation, students will be able to get the hands-on training they need, using the […]

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