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Tuesday, March 26, 2019

Dental Assisting students help the homeless with dental needs

The college's Dental Assisting program spent the day helping dentists with a variety of tasks during Project Homeless Connect, held at the Tacoma Dome on Oct. 29.

South Campus bookstore expands hours during first weeks of quarter

This week and next, the South Campus bookstore will expand hours to help accommodate students who need its services during the first part of the quarter. Beginning on Monday, June 20, the store will...

Season premiere of KBTC’s Northwest Now features superintendent Chris Reykdal

As trees start to change color and summer heat turns to cooler temperatures, people in the Pacific Northwest can also see other telltale sign of fall as students all over Western Washington get ready...

Northwest Now examines proposed methanol plant in Tacoma

It could bring hundreds of needed jobs to Tacoma and Pierce County and a potential economic boost,  but there's also a concern that it could also be an environmental disaster waiting to happen. Friday at 7:30 p.m., join Northwest Now's...

Associated Student Government seeks leaders, plays vital role in students’ lives

Once again, election time for Bates Technical College’s Associated Student Government is upon us, so now is the time to reacquaint our student body with their ASG. Bates’ student government is unique because there is...

Bates’ Practical Nurse program applies for pre-candidacy accreditation

Bates Technical College is seeking pre-accreditation candidacy from the National League for Nursing (NLN) to nationally accredit the Practical Nurse program. Currently, the program has an eight-year approval from the Washington State Nursing Care Quality...
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Bates Foundation awards $10,000 in mini grants

The Bates Foundation has announced the mini-grant recipients for 2014-2015. A total of seven projects were funded totaling $10,000. The purpose of the mini grant awards is to fund innovative and unique projects or...

The Boeing Company the focus of KBTC’s Northwest Now, Friday, July 1

For decades, Boeing has been one of the biggest employers in Western Washington. This year, the aerospace giant is celebrating its 100th birthday, but amidst the celebration, there's growing concern with employees about the...

Work study positions now available at Downtown Campus

Help Wanted! Work study positions are now available at the Downtown Campus. To qualify, a student must receive federal or state financial aid and have unmet need. Ask the Financial Aid office for an application...

Friday’s Northwest Now focuses on pollution and Puget Sound

It's a major source of food, commerce, recreation, and even life itself. But over the past few decades, it's also become an area of serious environmental concern. On the next Northwest Now, airing Friday at 7:30...