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Edmonds Community College is a public two-year college located just 25 minutes north of Seattle in Washington State. Located in the Pacific Northwest of the United States, Edmonds CC is about 1.5 hours from Vancouver, Canada, and minutes away from beaches and waterfront parks on the beautiful Puget Sound. The campus is in a safe, quiet suburb of Seattle and provides the perfect environment for students to study. http://www.edcc.edu/international/
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Employers, large and small, are actively recruiting career oriented, trained employees in the fast-growing field of culinary arts. The program combines classic cooking methods with regional flair while giving students the skills they need to run a profitable business. Students receive hands-on experience in campus restaurants and have the opportunity to cater and prepare food for college and community events.
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Breaking down the strengths of Xavier point guard and 2017 NBA Draft prospect Edmond Sumner. Subscribe to DraftExpress here http://www.youtube.com/user/DraftExpress?sub_confirmation=1. NBA Draft scouting video. NBA prospect. DraftExpress. NCAA basketball. http://www.draftexpress.com, https://twitter.com/DraftExpress
College Student Stabbed Death Edmond A St Clair Killed Student University Of Maryland Eastern Shore A University of Maryland, Eastern Shore student was stabbed to death this weekend during a fight as the campus celebrated homecoming -- plunging another state school into grief after an apparent murder-suicide left two students dead in College Park less than a week ago. Maryland State Police identified the UMES student as Edmond A. St. Clair, a 21-year-old junior biology major from Severn who graduated from Laurel High School in 2010. Friends, teachers and family members said he excelled in college, dreamed of becoming a doctor or surgeon and had a passion for producing reggae-style music. Police say St. Clair was riding in a car about 9 p.m. Saturday with his brother and another man, wh...
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Rose Gatobu came to Edmonds Community College as a single parent to earn her Associate in Pre-nursing Degree to brighten her future. She talks about her experience and the resources she found to help her to pay for school and be successful including Foundation scholarships, the Career Action Center, on campus childcare at the Center for Families, and free tutoring at the Learning Support Center. She plans to attend Nursing School and earn her bachelor of science degree in nursing.
LEAF School: Edmond's Community College LEAF School (Learn and Serve Environmental Anthropology Field School) works with non profits, local tribes, and government organizations in exploring the relationship between people and the environment. The courses use service learning as a method of instruction. In Summer of 2012, LEAF School is introducing field courses in Archaeology.
St Edmund's College, Ware, Hertfordshire is an independent, co-educational, Catholic, day and boarding school for children 11 -18. Located on the same campus as our Nursery and Prep both schools enjoy the facilities and stunning grounds our 450 acre has to offer.
Student pharmacists submitted a video about educational experiences (e.g., courses, experiential learning, co-curricular, and extracurricular activities) in their pharmacy program. They addressed some unique aspect of their program that has created a sense of responsibility and empowered them as individuals to lead change in pharmacy practice.