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MESA set to host open house to introduce new center

Seattle Central’s MESA program will host an Open House on Apr. 7 at 1 p.m. to introduce its new center and display student research projects. Community members will learn more about MESA, which provides opportunities...

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Call for Distinguished Alumni nominations

Do you know of an outstanding former student? If so, consider nominating them for the 2017 Distinguished Alumni Award. If you know of an outstanding former student, consider nominating them for the 2017 Distinguished Alumni...

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Maritime set to host experiential day for high school students

High school students will gather at Seattle Maritime Academy to learn about maritime safety, emergency preparedness and more. Seattle Maritime Academy, in partnership with the Youth Maritime Collaborative (YMC), will host a “Maritime and Marine...

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First generation Somali student strives to diversify the health care field

After he graduates from Seattle Central, Mohamed plans to major in public health with a goal to become a health care provider. Mohamed Mohamed has only seen one Somali doctor in Seattle, and he is...

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Three things to know about MESA

MESA is an academic enrichment program that connects underrepresented students with jobs, internships, professional development and educational opportunities in the STEM fields. Seattle Central MESA (Mathematics, Engineering, Science Achievement) is a program that gives underrepresented...

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Upcoming Running Start information session

High School students interested in earning college credit can learn more on March 30. Parents and students interested in learning about Running Start can attend an information session on Thursday, March 30 at 6 p.m....

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