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Washington nursing students adapt to online learning during coronavirus pandemic

Washington nursing students adapt to online learning during coronavirus pandemic

As nurses and other medical professionals fight the coronavirus, the next generation of medical personnel is taking their preparation online. April Ambalina’s Seattle apartment has turned into a teaching lab. The Bellevue College Nursing instructor moved her classes online shortly after the coronavirus began making headlines just one town over in Kirkland.

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Bellevue College recognized as best value for students with Autism

Bellevue College recognized as best value for students with Autism

Neurodiversity Navigators, formerly known as Autism Spectrum Navigators, tries to make one thing very clear – the program is designed to build on students’ strengths, rather than fix perceived deficits.  In addition to typical college coursework, students in the Bellevue College program have an enhanced curriculum focusing on executive functioning, self-advocacy, self-regulation and social interaction.

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State’s largest community college to launch professional and computer tech institute

State's largest community college to launch professional and computer tech institute

Bellevue College, located in southeast Bellevue, is splitting its continuing education branch into two, focusing its new Tombolo Institute on computer technology and professional education. The Tombolo Institute will be geared toward workforce and professional development, helping people advance their careers.

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Bellevue College serve Eastside families through parent-infant classes

Bellevue College serve Eastside families through parent-infant classes

All local community colleges offer parent-child classes for families with kids from birth to age five, however, Bellevue College (BC) offers the classes through age 9. BC’s Parent Education program began when the college opened in 1966. The program has grown significantly over the past 54 years.

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Through sticky notes or therapy, Sultan senior wants to help

Through sticky notes or therapy, Sultan senior wants to help

High school senior Jasmine Romero knows what it’s like to go through a rough patch. That’s why the 18-year-old has dedicated her time to helping others. Q: What do you want to do after you graduate? A: I want to study psychology. I want to do my pre-recs at Bellevue College and then transfer.

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Last Updated February 13, 2019