YVC student Francisco Flores is among 29 students from across the country participating in a selective research opportunity at Stanford University this summer.
YVC BAS-TE alumna and Sun Valley kindergarten teacher Alicia Caballero was awarded recently a $500 classroom grant from Alpha Delta Kappa.
After a nearly three-year hiatus, YVC’s STEM Day returned this January with a bang. The event brought hundreds of elementary school children and their families to campus for a fun-filled day of hands-on activities introducing them to science, technology, engineering
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 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
Cultural and ethnic diversity makes colleges and universities, like Yakima Valley College, better places to learn. This diversity helps support innovation, growth and success on our campuses. Recognizing these efforts, YVC has been designated as a Hispanic Serving Institution by
Lupita Reyes of Toppenish is the first YVC student to receive a prestigious scholarship from the Northwest Association Educational Opportunity Programs honoring individuals who overcome barriers to achieve outstanding academic success.
Following his service, Ilifonso Garcia enrolled in Yakima Valley College’s Criminal Justice program and despite his nervousness at being a new college student, he found support from YVC’s faculty and staff.
Upward Bound (UB) alumnus Esther Estrada ‘16 recently attended the Council for Opportunity in Education Conference hosted by the Washington State TRIO Association to advocate for programs that support populations frequently underserved in higher education.