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As part of its presidential search, Highline will hold several listening sessions to learn what the community is looking for in the college's next leader. [Read More]
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King County community members will to serve on a presidential search subcommittee to help select the next Highline College leader. Next meeting: Nov. 16. [Read More]
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Space fill quickly for Highline College's Black and Brown Male Summit, the longest-running event of its kind in Western Wash., Nov. 18. Register today. [Read More]
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King County community members will be asked to serve on a subcommittee to help in the search for the next Highline College president. Next meeting:... [Read More]
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Do you know what it takes to make a winning film? Students are invited to the Nov. 8 meeting to learn how to enter the... [Read More]
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Hear Highline student and social justice advocate Helen Nash speak about her experiences, followed by a roundtable discussion, Oct. 26. Free, open to all. [Read More]
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Connect with dozens of employers looking to fill full-time, part-time and temporary jobs at Highline College's Fall Job Fair, Oct. 18. Free to attend. [Read More]
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Come to campus Oct. 9 for Highline's 2nd annual Indigenous Peoples Day. Two Native presenters will offer their unique perspectives. Free and open to all. [Read More]
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Highline College's trustees meet Sept. 21. One topic will be a proposal to engage a recruitment consulting firm to help with the presidential search. [Read More]
Highline College's Board of Trustees will hold a special on-campus meeting Sept. 14 to continue the presidential search process. It is open to all. [Read More]
Highline College's Trustees approved three motions today, including one to use an external consultant to aid in the search for the college's next leader. [Read More]
Highline College's Board of Trustees will hold a special on-campus meeting Aug. 31 to consider alternatives for the presidential search process. [Read More]
Bringing new first-generation students together to connect with campus resources and build a community of support. [Read More]
In her August 2015 Child Watch column, Children's Defense Fund President Marian Wright Edelman wrote, "It's hard to be what you can't see." [Read More]
Can a relatively small act make a big difference? Absolutely. Read about a 10-month initiative that asks Highline alumni to give a little time or... [Read More]
Are you an American Indian or Alaska Native high school or college student? Come to Highline College for the free Native Student Success Summit, May... [Read More]
Does your household make less than $64,000? Get your taxes done for free, thanks to a partnership between United Way of King County and Highline... [Read More]
Highline College's diverse student population benefits from Saechao's firsthand experience as a first-generation college student from a refugee family. [Read More]
President Bermingham joined more than 200 college and university presidents to protect some students from possible deportation. [Read More]
On November 19, Highline will host high school students at its 7th Black and Brown Summit, the longest-running event of its kind in Western Washington. [Read More]
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