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Pierce College International Education is hosting a special event on May 26 and 27, featuring art exhibits, food and cultural presentations from the Jeollabuk-do Province of Korea. The event will take place in the Fort Steilacoom Health Education Center, with opening ceremonies happening at 10 a.m. on Thursday.
Pierce College Fort Steilacoom is holding early auditions for the 2016-17 season of plays on June 18 at 1 p.m. in the theater. The fall show is the comedy-thriller “I’ll Be Back Before Midnight,” and there are parts for two men, and two women.
Are you interested in learning more about education and career opportunities in STEM fields? Pierce College Puyallup’s STEM Expo will provide the community with an introduction to what it takes to build a successful career in science, technology, engineering and mathematics fields.
Pierce College is helping the community celebrate May as Older Americans Month with a special event focused on aging successfully. On Sat., May 14, Pierce College Puyallup will host “Blaze a Trail to Successful Aging in an Age-Friendly City,” featuring a resource fair full of important information for seniors, an appearance by nationally recognized author
Pierce College is seeking caring, English-speaking families to host international students who have traveled from around the world to attend classes and experience American culture.
When Yotsaphon Sangnil arrived in the United States as a high school student, he had his sights set on big dreams. Yet the former Pierce College international student admits it was not easy to move to a foreign country, adjust to a new language, and excel in school in a language that was not his
In celebration of the 9th annual Pierce County READS event, best-selling author Sherman Alexie will host a free talk and book-signing event at Clover Park Technical College. Because of the strong likelihood of the event selling out, Pierce College Puyallup will host a live stream of the presentation, taking place in the Arts and Allied
Thanks to the support of her parents, Melody Williams could have attended college just about anywhere after she graduated high school. Since she was unsure of her future career path, she knew she wanted to stay close to home in Lakewood. “Pierce College was the obvious choice,” she said. “It was close, convenient and it
After dropping out of high school in ninth grade, Amy Eveskcige did not necessarily believe college was in her future. None of her family members had attended college, but they ultimately encouraged her to finish her high school diploma. Eveskcige enrolled in a vocational program that allowed her to finish her high school diploma while
Two talented Pierce College administrators have been nominated for the 2016 NISOD Excellence Awards. This year’s honorees are Dental Hygiene Director Monica Hospenthal and Dean of Natural Sciences & Mathematics Tom Broxson. Award winners will be honored during the International Conference on Teaching and Learning Excellence in Austin in late May.