Nurturing a strong start
YVC's Early Childhood Education program is strengthening the workforce of early educators in central Washington.
Stepping up to success
Step up to College is providing students in danger of not finishing high school a vital pathway to pursue post-secondary education.
Building a better future
Yakima Valley College’s engineering program is one of the best kept secrets in the valley, according to Kevin Carlascio, who teaches part-time in it while
Sabbatical provides faculty with time to engage and recharge
For Spanish Instructor Peter Monahan, a Fall 2022 sabbatical provided time to travel throughout South America and intensively practice the art of navigating language and
Saying bye to the textbook
Recently, a number of Yakima Valley College instructors have joined in efforts to make college more affordable for students while also creating materials that improve
In Basket I Spring 2023
Briefs highlighting the activities and accomplishments of faculty, staff and students.
Athletics Photo Gallery | Spring 2023
View photo highlights from the soccer and volleyball seasons, plus the Yaks basketball teams getting ready to kick off.
Women’s team takes big stride, men just miss basketball playoffs
While the Yaks basketball teams missed the playoffs this season, both the women and men showed their potential.
Aiming for excellence
Former player Ben Krueger has returned to YVC to lead the baseball program.
Larson Gallery showcases artist with campus ties
Artist Steve Jensen's work is showcased in the Larson Gallery's BÖTS exhibit on display March 11 – April 15, 2023.
From small stage, to the big screen
YVC Alumni Cody Lightning launches career in movie and film.
Drama program takes center stage
YVC’s Drama program and Playmasters student club shined this year by producing award-winning plays and new work by students and community members.
Yakima Valley College begins research for centennial celebration
Yakima Valley College begins research for centennial celebration.
Janisch leaves legacy of support
When Business Technology Instructor Alen Janisch passed away in August 2022 he left a legacy of support with a bequest of $25,000 to the YVC
Turning wrenches to success
Automotive Service Technology programs provides students with hands-on career options for students Isaac Rivera and Cathy 'Kat' Elkins.
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