Business & Community
Green River extends beyond its campus
Nearly 50 years after its founding, Green River Community College continues to partner with local, regional, national and international communities, businesses, governments and non-profit organizations. The result? We have succeeded in developing a world-class curriculum for our students, and built healthy long-lasting relationships with the areas we serve.
We are surrounded by vibrant neighborhoods and an active community. They are what make Green River the exceptional institution that it is. We are dedicated to teaching our students practical lessons about the world in addition to providing exceptional academic instruction!
We continue to join with our neighbors to build a remarkable college that is responsive, dedicated and committed to our communities, businesses, governments and non-profits. We invite you to learn more about us, and see for yourself the results of our extraordinary relationships.
Artist & Speakers presents Julie Otsuka - Thursday, April 24, 2014
Julie Otsuka was awarded the Asian American Literary Award in 2003 for her novel, "When the Emperor Was Divine." Her story is a portrayal of a Japanese American family during the internment of WWII. USA Today called this book, "A gem of a book and one of the most vivid history lessons you will ever learn."
"When the Emperor Was Divine" is our One Book choice of 2013.
Cost: $10 Reserved • FREE to Green River students with ID
7:30pm - Lindbloom Student Center, Main Dining Room
For tickets call: 253-833-9111 ext 2400