Edmonds Community College

Edmonds Community College worker is oldest full-time employee in the state

Edmonds Community College worker is oldest full-time employee in the state

Paul Poppe, Edmonds Community College’s Contract/Risk Management Specialist, is 85 years old, which makes him the oldest full-time employee in the state of Washington. Poppe has been employed at Edmonds Community College for 23 years. He currently works in the Purchasing Department to support the college’s contracting activities and making sure that the college is in compliance with state regulati... »

Edmonds CC to offer class on marijuana business license and law Aug. 1

Edmonds CC to offer class on marijuana business license and law Aug. 1

Edmonds Community College will be offering an eight-hour class on marijuana business license and law. The class will be the first of its kind, in that it will be offered to the public for credit at the undergraduate level. Marijuana Business License and Law will take a legal look inside Washington’s emerging marijuana business industry, which includes the licensing process, contract law issues, me... »

Edmonds Community College Foundation launches new Alumni Association

Edmonds Community College Foundation launches new Alumni Association

The Edmonds Community College Foundation has launched a new Alumni Association. Graduates are invited to join the Edmonds CC Alumni Association to enjoy member benefits, attend exclusive networking opportunities, and keep connected with the campus at large. Introductory membership rates are as low as $15 for new graduates. This minimum commitment ensures your continued campus connection and exclus... »

Edmonds Community College hires new Executive Vice President of Instruction

Edmonds Community College hires new Executive Vice President of Instruction

Edmonds Community College has hired Charlie Crawford as its new Executive Vice President of Instruction. Crawford will be working with instructors, students, and staff to continue to strengthen instructional pathways and serve the educational needs of the community. Prior to his appointment at Edmonds, Crawford served 11 years in various dean roles at Tacoma Community College (TCC). “I had a treme... »

Edmonds CC partners with VOICE to provide work experience to student with developmental issues

Edmonds CC partners with VOICE to provide work experience to student with developmental issues

Edmonds Community College partnered with the VOICE (Vocational Opportunities In Community Engagement) program of the Edmonds School District in 2015 for the first time, to give one of the district’s students, Brianna Horne, an internship and a chance to see what it would be like to work at the college. “Briana’s experience here was developed to simulate working independently in a job on a co... »

Edmonds CC leaders attend White House Summit on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders

Edmonds CC leaders attend White House Summit on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders

Dr. Jean Hernandez, Edmonds Community College President and Emily Yim, Edmonds CC Board of Trustee Chair attended a White House Summit on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) at George Washington University in Washington D.C. on May 12. The summit was held during AAPI Heritage Month and was an unprecedented and historic all-day congregation of senior federal officials and community leaders... »

Edmonds CC Foundation honors community contributors

Edmonds CC Foundation honors community contributors

The Edmonds Community College Foundation celebrated the achievements and distinctive contributions from college supporters at Fanfare last month on campus. “The college makes it a priority to recognize businesses, organizations, and alumni that contribute to and support our community,” said Edmonds Community College President Jean Hernandez. The college’s highest awards — Mission, Vision, Cornerst... »

Former Edmonds Community College student suffers possible cardiac arrest, passes away at school’s Alderwood Hall

Former Edmonds Community College student suffers possible cardiac arrest, passes away at school’s Alderwood Hall

Edmonds Community College reported that a former student, about 73 years old, passed away Monday while he was in the school’s Alderwood Hall. The south end of Alderwood Hall was closed while authorities were attempting to assist with the medical emergency. Edmonds Community College’s Safety and Security department initially responded to the medical emergency. The former student suffere... »

City Council votes 4-3 to submit letter of interest for Edmonds Conference Center

City Council votes 4-3 to submit letter of interest for Edmonds Conference Center

Despite phrases like “white elephant,” “trying to fit a square peg into a round hole” and ‘tremendous risk,” a majority on the Edmonds City Council voted Tuesday night to submit a letter of interest to the State of Washington to purchase the Edmonds Conference Center at 4th Avenue and Bell Street. After receiving confirmation from city staff and the city attorne... »

Edmonds Community College to sponsor second annual Memorial Day Ceremony Wednesday

Edmonds Community College to sponsor second annual Memorial Day Ceremony Wednesday

The public is invited to the Edmonds Community College’s second annual Memorial Day Ceremony at 10:30 a.m., Wednesday, May 20 at the school’s Black Box Theatre. This ceremony will pay tribute to the nation’s fallen service member and will feature guest speakers, musical performers, a memorial wreath laying and a flag lowering ceremony. Traffic will likely be delayed because of an ongoi... »

Police continuing investigations on two assaults at Edmonds Community College

Police continuing investigations on two assaults at Edmonds Community College

The Lynnwood Police Department is continuing its investigations of two incidents in the last two weeks where women have been assaulted on the grounds of Edmonds Community College. The first incident occurred on May 2 at approximately 11 p.m. A woman was walking by herself through a parking lot at the college when she was attacked by a dark-skinned male in his 20s. The victim received non-life thre... »

Forcible fondling incident reported at Edmonds Community College

Forcible fondling incident reported at Edmonds Community College

Edmonds Community College Campus Safety and Security received a report Wednesday of an alleged forcible fondling incident on the walkway between Lynnwood Hall and Snohomish Hall. The victim describes the suspect as a dark skinned man wearing a black sports style hat, black shirt, black large headphones, approximately 5-foot-7 and thin. The incident allegedly happened at about 11:45 a.m. The victim... »

Update: Edmonds Community College’s Snohomish Hall to open on Friday

Edmonds Community College received a final lab report showing the air is all clear in Snohomish Hall and it is safe to enter the building again. All classes, work and activities scheduled in Snohomish Hall will return to normal operations Friday, May 8 beginning at 6 a.m. Previous update: Edmonds Community College’s Snohomish Hall continues to be closed through Thursday evening. All evening ... »

Lynnwood Police investigating alleged sexual assault at Edmonds Community College May 2

Lynnwood Police investigating alleged sexual assault at Edmonds Community College May 2

Lynnwood Police and Edmonds Community College Campus Safety and Security are asking for the public’s help regarding an alleged sexual assault that took place on campus. The alleged assault took place between 11 p.m. and midnight on Saturday, May 2 in parking lot “E” just south of Rainier Place. Anyone who saw a dark-skinned male in his 20s with blood on himself or clothing around that time period ... »

Scene at Edmonds Community College’s Powwow: Dancing and drumming

Scene at Edmonds Community College’s Powwow: Dancing and drumming

A large crowd attended the opening day of Edmonds Community College’s 30th annual Powwow “Celebrating Mother Earth.” In addition to the dancing and drumming there is food and various vendors. The event continues through Sunday.   »

Video: Edmonds Community College hosts 30th annual powwow

Video: Edmonds Community College hosts 30th annual powwow

David Carlos shot this short video of the dancing at the Edmonds Community College’s 30th annual Powwow. The theme this year is Honoring Mother Earth. The event continues through Sunday. For more information see: www.edcc.edu/powwow. »

Edmonds Community College to host 30th annual powwow ‘Honoring Mother Earth’ May 1-3

Edmonds Community College to host 30th annual powwow ‘Honoring Mother Earth’ May 1-3

Edmonds Community College’s Native American Student Association hosts its 30th annual powwow, “Honoring Mother Earth,” May 1-3. The powwow brings together students, families, and communities to celebrate American Indian singing, drumming, dancing, and arts and crafts. It will be held in Seaview Gym on campus, 20000 68th Ave. W, Lynnwood. Dance and drum grand entries start at 7 p.m., Friday; 1 p.m.... »

Reminder: Scriber Lake High School authors headline EdCC’s annual Community Read event on Wednesday

Reminder: Scriber Lake High School authors headline EdCC’s annual Community Read event on Wednesday

Students authors from Scriber Lake High School will read excerpts from their anthology You’ve Got It All Wrong and perform true personal stories about the serious issues teens face on Wednesday, April 29 at Edmonds Community College Black Box Theatre. The readings and stage performance, scheduled for 9:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m., are a celebration of You’ve Got It All Wrong, a collection of true perso... »

Edmonds Community College to send seven students to Global Leadership Summit Conference in South Africa

Edmonds Community College to send seven students to Global Leadership Summit Conference in South Africa

Marisa DuBois, Edmonds Community College Director of Student Services for Adult Basic Education/English as a Second Language, has made the world seem a bit smaller by bridging the gap between the University of the Free State (UFS) in Bloemfontein, South Africa and Edmonds Community College. The college has been invited to send seven students to the Global Leadership Summit conference at UFS in Blo... »

Council to research feasibility of buying Edmonds Conference Center

Council to research feasibility of buying Edmonds Conference Center

Rumors have been circulating for several months that the Edmonds Conference Center, currently owned and operated by Edmonds Community College, has been for sale. Now the Edmonds City Council is researching whether the city should purchase it. Following citizen testimony at Tuesday night’s city council meeting that the State of Washington has declared the conference center as surplus property... »

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