The 9th annual Black and Brown Male Summit on Saturday, Nov. 17, gives youth self-identity and confidence.
Dr. Saovra “Sy” Ear will join Highline College in November as interim vice president, overseeing the college’s Student Services division.
Shana Friend shares the struggles she and her GED students face as learners. Read how these diverse students inspire her and each other.
Need a job? Come to Highline’s Fall Job Fair, Oct. 23. Employers need full-time, part-time and temporary workers. Fair is free to attend.
Highline’s campus entrance at S. 236th Lane will be closed for construction for up to 11 days. The three other entrances will be open.
Come to campus Oct. 8 for Indigenous Peoples Day. Two Native presenters will offer their unique perspectives. Free and open to all.
Visit Highline’s resource fair and explore LGBTQIA identity and social justice issues during the weeklong series starting Oct. 8.
Highline will be honored for its work enhancing the economic prosperity of the region, according to a Sept. 17 story in the Federal Way Mirror.
A higher education and fundraising veteran, Josh Gerstman will join Highline to lead the college’s Institutional Advancement division.
Bringing new first-generation students together to connect with campus resources and build a community of support.