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As the federal government works toward updating and reauthorizing the Higher Education Act (HEA) of 1965, Washington state Sen. Patty Murray visited with Edmonds Community College students Feb. 22 to hear their concerns ...

At a special meeting held March 2, Edmonds Community College Board of Trustees voted to offer Dr. Amit Singh the role of the next president. Singh accepted and will begin work June 25, 2018. The sele...

With 36 years' experience providing accredited training, practical short courses and leisure workshops we think you’ll find something in our growing course offering to interest you! Browse our courses online or download the latest Course Guide .

Community College Northern Inland provides innovative education and employment related training programs to meet the needs of our local communities.

Community College Northern Inland Inc started out as Barraba Community Learning Association Inc which was formed in 1981 after a public meeting in Barraba. People recognised that Adult and Community Education could fill an educational void in rural communities for adults. Since 1981 the College has grown with branches in Narrabri (1994) and Inverell (1996) and Warialda (2003) and Moree and Gunnedah (2007) and Bingara (2011). We now enrol over 10,000 students each year in a variety of programs, both vocational and leisure. Find out more about the College.

As the federal government works toward updating and reauthorizing the Higher Education Act (HEA) of 1965, Washington state Sen. Patty Murray visited with Edmonds Community College students Feb. 22 to hear their concerns ...

At a special meeting held March 2, Edmonds Community College Board of Trustees voted to offer Dr. Amit Singh the role of the next president. Singh accepted and will begin work June 25, 2018. The sele...

With 36 years' experience providing accredited training, practical short courses and leisure workshops we think you’ll find something in our growing course offering to interest you! Browse our courses online or download the latest Course Guide .

Community College Northern Inland provides innovative education and employment related training programs to meet the needs of our local communities.

Community College Northern Inland Inc started out as Barraba Community Learning Association Inc which was formed in 1981 after a public meeting in Barraba. People recognised that Adult and Community Education could fill an educational void in rural communities for adults. Since 1981 the College has grown with branches in Narrabri (1994) and Inverell (1996) and Warialda (2003) and Moree and Gunnedah (2007) and Bingara (2011). We now enrol over 10,000 students each year in a variety of programs, both vocational and leisure. Find out more about the College.

The workforce is changing dramatically, and there's a widespread recognition that new skills — and new ways of teaching adults those skills — are needed and needed fast. In California, the state's 114 community colleges are facing the challenge of offering the credentials, classes and training that will help workers choose a career or adapt to a new one.

The system right now can't serve all of these workers. But there's a new idea that could come to the rescue: Create a new, online community college for people in the workforce who've been shut out of higher education.

Eloy Ortiz Oakley is chancellor for the California Community Colleges. California Community Colleges hide caption

As the federal government works toward updating and reauthorizing the Higher Education Act (HEA) of 1965, Washington state Sen. Patty Murray visited with Edmonds Community College students Feb. 22 to hear their concerns ...

At a special meeting held March 2, Edmonds Community College Board of Trustees voted to offer Dr. Amit Singh the role of the next president. Singh accepted and will begin work June 25, 2018. The sele...

As the federal government works toward updating and reauthorizing the Higher Education Act (HEA) of 1965, Washington state Sen. Patty Murray visited with Edmonds Community College students Feb. 22 to hear their concerns ...

At a special meeting held March 2, Edmonds Community College Board of Trustees voted to offer Dr. Amit Singh the role of the next president. Singh accepted and will begin work June 25, 2018. The sele...

With 36 years' experience providing accredited training, practical short courses and leisure workshops we think you’ll find something in our growing course offering to interest you! Browse our courses online or download the latest Course Guide .

Community College Northern Inland provides innovative education and employment related training programs to meet the needs of our local communities.

Community College Northern Inland Inc started out as Barraba Community Learning Association Inc which was formed in 1981 after a public meeting in Barraba. People recognised that Adult and Community Education could fill an educational void in rural communities for adults. Since 1981 the College has grown with branches in Narrabri (1994) and Inverell (1996) and Warialda (2003) and Moree and Gunnedah (2007) and Bingara (2011). We now enrol over 10,000 students each year in a variety of programs, both vocational and leisure. Find out more about the College.

The workforce is changing dramatically, and there's a widespread recognition that new skills — and new ways of teaching adults those skills — are needed and needed fast. In California, the state's 114 community colleges are facing the challenge of offering the credentials, classes and training that will help workers choose a career or adapt to a new one.

The system right now can't serve all of these workers. But there's a new idea that could come to the rescue: Create a new, online community college for people in the workforce who've been shut out of higher education.

Eloy Ortiz Oakley is chancellor for the California Community Colleges. California Community Colleges hide caption

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