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Located in Vancouver, Washington, we are the second-largest community college in the state.
Located in Vancouver, Washington, we are the second-largest community college in the state.

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Some folks have noticed that our grass has been looking a little parched lately. But our "golden" lawn is just another way Clark College is honoring its commitment to #sustainability . Because sometimes, the best way to be green is to go brown. #washingtonstate #drought #environment  

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Are you ready to FLY? Come see what our students say about Clark College at http://www.clark.edu/penguinsfly/
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Do you know a woman of achievement here in Southwest Washington? Nominate her for an Iris Award! Nominations due by 12/19.
  #women  

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Student, staff, teacher, trustee--Sherry Parker has filled just about every role possible at Clark. We're so thankful for her leadership and service during her decade-long tenure as a member of our Board of Trustees!

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We love reading about our students' extracurricular activities, like #studentveteran David Hubbard's entry into a national #ratrod competition. We wish him luck and look forward to seeing both him and his wife Jessica (also a veteran) back here when Fall Quarter begins Sept. 22! #studentveterans #college   #gibill  

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Exciting news! Clark will be moving from its current location in the Wind River Education Center to a larger facility in Bingen, Wash., so that it can provide more educational opportunities to the residents of the Columbia River Gorge--including classes in the high-demand field of CADD (computer automated drafting and design), especially needed in the aeronautics industry.

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As reported in the Vancouver Business Journal, there are new possibilities brewing at Clark. While still in the exploratory phase, we're excited about a Restaurant and Fermentation Sciences program and how it could serve our region.
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