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Join us on MLK Day for community march

MLK’s legacy of service lives on in our annual March for MLK. You’re invited to join Bates staff, students and countless community members to march to the City of Tacoma’s annual Martin Luther King Jr....

Net Neutrality the topic for Friday’s Northwest Now series

The Federal Communications Commission is considering new rules that could change the way you use the Internet. On Friday's edition of Northwest Now, we'll take a closer look at the issue of Net Neutrality and what these...

Bates Foundation offers spring quarter scholarships

Need help paying for tuition, fees, books, supplies and more? Check out the scholarship opportunities from the college's Foundation.  The Bates Foundation is now accepting scholarship applications for spring quarter. The foundation will award up...

Student eNews: Jan. 12-16

Diversity and Student Life THIS WEEK:  Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Events – Both are Free and Open to the Public! The Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration is Tuesday, January 13, 11:30am to 1:00pm in...

Friday’s Northwest Now focuses on immigration reform

Last November, President Obama issued a controversial executive order to reform some of the problems facing our nation's immigration policies. Friday at 7:30 p.m., KBTC's Northwest Now, will take a closer look at what this move means...

Student eNews for Jan. 5-9

South Campus  Food Service Starts January 7 Culinary Arts confirms food service will commence on Wednesday January 7th 2015 11 am to 1230 pm. The menu will alternate giving the campus a chance to have...

Students! Now you can get MS Office 365 for FREE!

As educators, everyone at Bates Technical College is united behind a single goal – help prepare our students to become the best they can be. Now, there’s an exciting new benefit that aims to go...

The triple amputation school of beauty

In November, Carol Decker came to speak to more than fifty Practical Nurse and Occupational Therapy Assistant students at Bates Technical College. They listened to her for an hour, and their attention never lagged in spite...
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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...

KBTC’s Northwest Now explores paid sick leave in Tacoma

Should government require private businesses to provide paid sick leave to their employers? That question has been debated for more than a year in Tacoma. But now, Tacoma Mayor Marilyn Strickland has put a...