CCEC in the News

Everett Community College (EvCC) was cited in an article titled Short-Term Certificates Boom, but Study Finds They Don’t Help Students Get Jobs in The Chronicle of Higher Education. EvCC has "stackable" credentials in precision machining, welding, and other specialties for students interested in breaking into high-demand jobs in manufacturing and aerospace. More than 90 percent of those earning short-term certificates in precision machining have jobs within 30 days. Read the full article at The Chronicle of Higher EducationExternal Site Link


A press release titled "EvCC to Create Advanced Manufacturing Education Training Center"External Site Link was picked up by several national news outlets in early June 2013. The press release describes how Everett Community College plans to create a 37,000 square foot Advanced Manufacturing Training & Education Center (AMTEC) to train students for high-demand jobs in manufacturing and aerospace.


An article titled “Class sets business owners on growth pathExternal Site Link was recently published in The Herald Business Journal External Site Link describing how business owners should know when it’s time to take their business to the next level and more importantly how to go about doing it.

An article titled Redone EvCC training center almost ready to reopen External Site Link was published in the Herald Business Journal interviewing Executive Director, John Bonner, about the completed renovation of the Corporate & Continuing Education Center.

An article titled EvCC gets funding for aerospace, manufacturing training External Site Link was published in the Herald Business Journal interviewing Director of Contract Training, Ray Kubista, about receiving grant funding to deliver electronic training.

The Corporate & Continuing Education Center was mentioned in the article titled EvCC adds education initiatives for businesses External Site Link Executive Director, John Bonner, describing how the Corporate & Continuing Education Center trains people all over Snohomish County.

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