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Students of Color Conference | Radical Love: Activism Ignited

It’s 7:00am on an early April morning. The sun is barely peeking over the trees, as fifteen students...

January 17, 2018 By Peninsula College

Min Diep Phan - Making the Most of the Peninsula College Experience

International student Min Diep Phan immerses herself in college and culture From the kitchen of Sabai...

November 28, 2017 By Peninsula College

Shaina Gonzales - Starting A New Career With Worker Retraining

Program helps former mill worker make a fresh start Shaina Gonzales went to work for Port Angeles...

November 7, 2017 By Peninsula College

Irma Allen - The Right Combination

Student, Instructor Connection Fosters Success On June 17, 2017, surrounded by friends, family and faculty,...

September 19, 2017 By Peninsula College

Anson Ka Lik Sin - Growth Through Music

Acclaimed musician Anson Ka Lik Sin began his academic career at Peninsula College in 2011, and returned...

June 12, 2017 By Peninsula College

Zoe Bozich - NASA Dreams Becoming Realty

PC student Zoe Bozich is enrolled in Peninsula College’s CAD CNC class this quarter and was recently...

May 9, 2017 By Peninsula College

BAS Student Embraces Dream of Living, Studying Abroad

My name is Jordan Reabold, and I am currently a student at Peninsula College participating in the BAS in Business...

March 22, 2017 By Peninsula College

Medical Assisting Program - It’s All About Our Students

Medical Assisting Students Explain What Makes the Program Special What makes Peninsula College Medical...

February 28, 2017 By Peninsula College

Faculty Highlight - Rachel Pairsh

I had some very big shoes to fill when I took over as Director of the Peninsula College Medical Assisting...

February 28, 2017 By Peninsula College

What is a Library in the Age of Google?

When I tell people I’m a librarian I often get a bemused response along the lines of, “Are libraries...

January 27, 2017 By Peninsula College

Faculty Highlight - Rae Rawley

Although I’ve lived most of my life in the Phoenix, AZ metropolitan area, I’ve also lived in IN, CA, WA, and briefly...

January 2, 2017 By Peninsula College

Teaching English as a Second Language (ESL) to Immigrants

Our ESL classroom for immigrants at Peninsula College is a one-room schoolhouse.  This is the K-12...

December 15, 2016 By Peninsula College

Chris Lubbesmeyer - Challenge Accepted

Expanding Boundaries Pays Off Chris Lubbesmeyer came to Peninsula College after serving in the Navy...

October 26, 2016 By Peninsula College

Robert Steelquist - Curious by Nature

A passion for discovery leads to a lifetime of learning Local writer Robert Steelquist has been getting...

October 10, 2016 By Peninsula College

Why We Value the Arts at PC

It’s easy sometimes to wonder about the value of the arts. Our society is rightly concerned about jobs...

September 20, 2016 By Peninsula College

Ribbon Cutting for Composite Recycling Facility (CRTC)

Port Angeles and Clallam county leaders gathered Thursday to celebrate the completion of a new advanced...

September 7, 2016 By Peninsula College

Faculty Highlight - Tara Martin Lopez

I am from Albuquerque, New Mexico. I graduated Summa Cum Laude in History and Spanish from the University...

September 5, 2016 By Peninsula College

Jennifer Linde - A Head for Numbers

An academic evolution has made Jennifer Linde a bookkeeper in demand If you need to talk to Jennifer...

August 17, 2016 By Peninsula College

Faculty Highlight - Sean Gomez

I headed west when I went to college at the University of California, Los Angeles in 1987. As an undergraduate,...

August 1, 2016 By Peninsula College

Fort Worden Building 202 Renovation Updates

In partnership with the City of Port Townsend and the Port Townsend Public Development Authority, Peninsula...

June 13, 2016 By Peninsula College

Nico Janssen - From Washington to Washington DC

Public Service Role Takes PC Alum to Capitol Hill Personal initiative, persistence and a solid education...

June 10, 2016 By Peninsula College

Omar Anderson - Something Bigger Than Himself

Alum Omar Anderson Brings Lessons from PC to New Coaching Role: Soccer, and life for that matter,...

June 8, 2016 By Peninsula College

Faculty Highlight - Jill Snyder

My passion for teaching began early in my career, as I sought out opportunities for instructional moments...

April 12, 2016 By Peninsula College

Chris Enges - Student's Dreams Take Flight

Career change leads to new horizons: Look! Up in the sky! It’s a bird! It’s a plane! Wait. Nope,...

April 8, 2016 By Peninsula College

Service Learning Takes Peninsula College Student Experience to a Whole New Level

Nonprofit work never ceases to amaze me. To get your hands dirty working for a cause you wholeheartedly...

April 5, 2016 By Peninsula College

3rd Annual Pirate Zombie Mud Run

More Mud, More Zombies, Bigger Obstacles! Now in its third year, Peninsula College’s annual Pirate...

March 8, 2016 By Peninsula College

All the World’s a Stage: Nourishing the Global Perspective

We’re told that the world is becoming smaller, that we need to understand other cultures better, we need...

January 29, 2016 By Peninsula College

Faculty Highlight - Susan Lemay

I decided to be a teacher when I was very young, a goal I am glad I kept because teaching has been a lifelong...

January 28, 2016 By Peninsula College

Alicen Egnew - A Matter of Pride

Alicen Egnew joined Peninsula College’s Medical Assistant (MA) Program in the fall 2013 armed with...

January 8, 2016 By Peninsula College

The Art and Science of Empathy

New Year’s is my favorite holiday. You might assume that’s because of the revelry, fireworks, get-togethers,...

January 6, 2016 By Peninsula College

Allied Health & Early Childhood Education Building

With classrooms and sate of the art technology that mirror the work environment, this project provides...

December 30, 2015 By Peninsula College

Faculty Highlight - Tanya Knight

After graduating high school, I chose to be a stay at home mom, but later returned to Peninsula College...

December 20, 2015 By Peninsula College

Helping Veterans Find Their Way

Trying to figure out how to access education benefits from the Veterans Administration can be intimidating....

December 14, 2015 By Peninsula College

Susie & Anthony Sanders - All in the Family

Listening to Susie and Anthony Sanders talk about Peninsula College’s Bachelors of Applied Science...

November 19, 2015 By Peninsula College

Emily Heike - Full Circle

Emily Heike’s presence on the Peninsula College (PC) campus summer quarter caused a few heads to turn....

October 16, 2015 By Peninsula College

Harley Bullington - Redemption Through Welding

If listening to Harley Bullington speak gives you the sense he is teeming with gratitude, you may be...

September 9, 2015 By Peninsula College

Campus Safety at PC

Making the rounds at PC’s main campus means patrolling 72 acres of property and covering a parking...

September 3, 2015 By Peninsula College

Understanding Deaf Culture

As a sign language interpreter for Peninsula College I believe that creating an environment of awareness,...

July 22, 2015 By Peninsula College

Lucritia Stansbury - Nursing Program Transforms Lives and the Community

Sometimes life imitates school. While course content may be emphasized in college and university marketing,...

June 26, 2015 By Peninsula College

Faculty Highlight - Brian Hauge

I grew up in South Dakota and graduated from Stanley County High School in Ft. Pierre. I earned BS and MS degrees...

June 20, 2015 By Peninsula College

7th Annual Junk Art Wars

An empty wooden pallet and a pile of junk metal might not be the stuff of inspiration to most people,...

June 10, 2015 By Peninsula College

PC Launches New Sustainable Agriculture Program

Last summer, I moved to the Peninsula to become a Greenhorn Farmer. I’d been visiting the Pacific Northwest...

May 14, 2015 By Peninsula College