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 dialects — something he teaches daily in his first- and second-year Spanish courses.
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 serving as a Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) Survey Supervisor and Unmanned Aerial Vehicle
Yakima Valley College partnered with Yakama Forest Products (YFP) through the Washington State Board of Community and Technical Colleges Job Skills Program (JSP). Awarded in the amount of $90,012, this partnership will enable Yakama Forest Products to provide necessary industry-specific
Some institutions of higher education make an impact on the lives of individuals and their families long after they’ve walked the halls, grabbed lunch in the cafeteria, spent hours studying and completed their training. For Mark Smith and his siblings