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Not many people have earned their master's degree and worked almost a full year in their career field by age 23, but it’s a feat achieved by Granger native Jasmine Aldaco ‘17.

Katelyn McDowell '17, who grew up in East Valley, took advantage of YVC’s Running Start program while in high school.

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Linh Heintz was excited when she learned that she had family on the other side of the world. Heintz, who

Every Wednesday during the 2020-21 academic year, KUNW’s Orgullo Comunitario segment features a Latino student from YVC, Columbia Basin College,

According to Richard ‘Rick’ Harrison, attitude makes all the difference. After spending 30 years in the healthcare field, attitude is

Automotive Service Technology programs provides students with hands-on career options for students Isaac Rivera and Cathy 'Kat' Elkins.

YVC Alumni Cody Lightning launches career in movie and film.

Esmeralda Diera was selected as YVC’s nominee for Washington state’s Transforming Lives Award. Each year, the Washington State Association of

Each year Yakima Valley College selects a nominee to represent our college in the annual All-USA Academic Team competition. This

Some institutions of higher education make an impact on the lives of individuals and their families long after they’ve walked

Taylor Yates 19' uses Running Start program to jump-start college career.

Following his service, Ilifonso Garcia enrolled in Yakima Valley College’s Criminal Justice program and despite his nervousness at being a