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Washington's community and technical colleges prepare nearly 400,000 students each year for careers, to transfer to four-year colleges and universities, and with new skills for better lives.

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Field Guide 2014-2015
The Field Guide highlights innovative community and technical college programs, partnerships and initiatives.

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