Wenatchee Valley College

[8/29/19] Grant Extended for Migrant Program

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The College Assistance Migrant Program at Wenatchee Valley College received a grant to continue its funding for another five years. WVC first received funding to start CAMP in 2009 and is now entering its third five-year grant cycle for the program. CAMP is a federally-funded program designed to provide academic, career and support services, financial […]

[7/9/19] Grant Aids WVC Students

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The Wenatchee Valley College Foundation Knights Care Fund received a $5,000 grant from the Women’s Service League of North Central Washington. The Knights Care Fund helps students facing financial crisis, with funds going toward tuition, books, rent, food or other cost-of-living expenses. Each year, nearly 60 percent of the students served by the Knights Care […]

[6/12/19] High School College Credits Now Available

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Wenatchee Valley College received accreditation for its College in the High School program from the National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships. College in the High School allows students in grades 10, 11 and 12 to earn college credit while still in high school. Holly Bringman, dean of liberal arts and sciences at WVC, said earning […]

[3/25/19] Fire Mitigation Business

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Wenatchee Valley College in partnership with Okanogan Conservation District and Okanogan County Economic Alliance, is hosting a free class this weekend for local contractors to meet a growing demand for fire mitigation services. Forest managers say a lack of contractors is a common problem they hear from landowners who are trying to prepare their homes […]

[3/18/19] Fire Mitigation Business

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 Wenatchee Valley College in partnership with Okanogan Conservation District and Okanogan County Economic Alliance, is hosting two free classes this month for local contractors to meet a growing demand for fire mitigation services. Forest managers say a lack of contractors is a common problem they hear from landowners who are trying to prepare their homes […]