Faculty, staff and members of the Green River community packed the Mel Lindbloom Student Union Building's Grand Hall on Sept. 17, 2019, for Opening Day ceremonies.
Running Start is a dual credit program that allows local high school juniors and seniors to take college classes, tuition-free, while earning their high school degree. In this episode, listeners will learn more about the benefits of the program, as well as the resources available to help students succeed during their studies.
Suzanne M. Johnson and Alan Spiciatti, superintendent, Auburn School District, recently published an op-ed in the Seattle Times asking the King County Council to invest 40% of Puget Sound Taxpayer Accountability Account (PSTAA) funds to create a student support system that spans high school to college to career pathways and delivers post-secondary credentials at the levels now required by our economy.
Learn some of the ins-and-outs of preparing a successful resume and cover letter, as well as the campus resources available to help prepared students during their career search.
President Suzanne Johnson shares a message reaffirming Green River College’s commitment to all students, and shares a reminder of available resources.
President Johnson, Kirsten Weber and Amanda Smyser return in Part 2 of our Financial Aid and Literacy series to discuss scholarships, student employment and more.
Green River College's commencement ceremony will take place at 7 p.m. at the accesso ShoWare Center on Friday June 14.
Green River College Campus Safety is partnering with the Auburn Police Department to produce a video to educate the campus community on steps to take during a potential active shooter situation on June 8.
With more than 50% of Green River students receiving financial aid, President Johnson discusses the importance of financial literacy Kirsten Weber and Amanda Smyser in Part 1 of this series.
Green River College will collaborate with the Univeristy of Washington Community College Research Initiatives and Evans School of Public Policy & Governance on a NSF Advanced Technological Education (ATE) grant to study and scale-up data-informed improvements to technical education programs. The project is a collaboration with the State Board for Community and Technical Colleges, Seattle Central College, Skagit Valley College, and a professional advisory committee.