CCI Live: Leadership in Action
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CCI Live: Leadership in Action

On Saturday, June 10, 2017 the Northwest Community College Initiative (NWCCI) hosted the third CCI Live Conference for alumni of the Community College Initiative Program (CCI).  This event brought alumni of the CCI program together in a virtual space for a four hour leadership conference. Alumni had opportunities to network with each other as they … Continue reading

NWCCI: News and thank you
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NWCCI: News and thank you

After seven successful and enriching years, the NWCCI is starting our first August without a cohort of new students. We did not receive program funding for the 2016-17 school year and as a result, we will not be hosting NWCCI students. Since its inception in 2009, this program received over $14 million in funding from the … Continue reading

NWCCI Host Parent Kathleen Beaumont: “A Passage to India”
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NWCCI Host Parent Kathleen Beaumont: “A Passage to India”

The NWCCI program is comprised of numerous host families across the Puget Sound and would not have been possible without the gracious help and kindness of these people, such as Kathleen Beaumont, who hosted NWCCI students for the past six years near Pierce Community College’s campus in Lakewood, Washington. Beaumont is a full-time program development manager at … Continue reading

Congratulations to the winners of the 2016 NWCCI photo contest!
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Congratulations to the winners of the 2016 NWCCI photo contest!

NWCCI is pleased to announce the winners of the 2016 NWCCI Photo Contest! Out of the many creative and high quality submissions from CCI students at all three of the program’s community college campuses, judges selected 1st and 2nd place winners from each of the two contest theme categories: #NWCCIinspire and #ExchangesAre, and an additional People’s Choice Award was selected as a special, exemplary photo of what it … Continue reading

Reduce, re-use, and RE-Store!
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Reduce, re-use, and RE-Store!

In 1982 a small group of women started the Bellingham Community Recycling business. This grew into Sanitary Services waste collection – now an independent recycling and waste management business – and the Re-Store, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting sustainable communities through education, advocacy, recycling, and the conservation of natural resources. The RE-Store in Bellingham … Continue reading