The Manufacturing and Machining Technology Department has launched phase one of its Additive Manufacturing Cell, which aims to enhance the instruction of future technicians and to produce diverse, well-qualified graduates for the STEM technical workforce.
The official publication of Green River College!
Green River College and United Way of King County have partnered to expand the available assistance for students facing unforeseen financial emergencies or catastrophic events.
President Johnson discusses the ins-and-outs of the Associated Students of Green River College (ASGRC) with current ASGRC President Floyd (Zhaowei) Chen, Vice President Rosie (Omjee) Son and Chief Justice Veronica Chaplin. Elections for next year’s executive officers will be held during the Spring Quarter.
Suzanne M. Johnson, president, Green River College; Kevin McCarthy, president Renton Technical College; and John R. Mosby, president Highline College, urged Legislature to fully fund our community and technical colleges
GatorCast Ep. 6: Did Life Throw a Curveball? Succeeding as a College Student with Workforce Education
President Johnson speaks with Workforce Education Director Cathy Alston about the everyday challenges facing college students, and the resources available to help them along their educational journey.
Green River College will transition to summer operating hours beginning July 8. The general hours of business operations will be from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Thursday, with the campus closed to the public on Fridays.
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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.
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.