President Johnson and educational and career planner Josh Staffieri discuss career exploration and the resources available to students who are planning for life after college. Topics include figuring out who you are, where you're going, and how you're going to get there.
The official publication of Green River College!
Following a rash of measles cases in Southwest Washington, Gov. Jay Inslee declared a public health emergency in all counties on Jan. 25. While there are no cases reported at Green River College at this time, health officials are emphasizing the importance of vaccinations and education.
Join us for Part 2 of President Johnson's conversation with author and social justice advocate C. Nicole Mason, who shares her personal journey as the two discuss her book, Born Bright: A Young Girl's Journey from Nothing to Something in America
Peggy Barton and Rachel Neville, both from Washington Certification Services (WCS) at Green River College, received national awards during the Innovation in Certification event at the Association of Boards of Certification (ABC) Annual Conference and Trainers Workshop in Savannah, Georgia on Jan. 10. ABC is an international membership organization and testing service for environmental certifying authorities.
Green River students, faculty and staff had the first snowfall of the 2019 winter quarter to thank for snow days during the first week of February.
President Johnson is joined by author and social justice advocate C. Nicole Mason, who recently lead a three-day series of lectures and workshops focusing on equity, diversity and the power of personal narrative at Green River College. In this episode, Dr. Mason shares her personal journey as the two discuss her book, Born Bright: A Young Girl's Journey from Nothing to Something in America?
Helen S. Smith Gallery to open new exhibition, “Evanescence: Neil Berkowitz, Thelma Harris and Lisa Parsons”
The Helen S. Smith Gallery at Green River College will open “Evanescence: Neil Berkowitz, Thelma Harris and Lisa Parsons” Feb. 14 in the Holman Library. The exhibition runs through March 14 and will feature a closing reception and artist talk from noon to 1 p.m. March 14.
With Advising Day just around the corner (Jan.30), GRC President Johnson sits down with Allison Warner, director, Career and Advising Services, to discuss academic planning.
WSU Insider features Mathew Hunt, a 2016 GRC alumni, who was recently named student intern of the year by the American Society of Engineering Education’s Cooperative and Experiential Education Division.
President Suzanne Johnson welcomes faculty, staff and students to winter quarter and shares a number of upcoming important dates.