Peninsula College’s Cultural & Fine Arts Committee is happy to share the following February events in celebration of Black History Month. All the events are free and open to the public.View More
Register for a Running Start Information Session in Port Angeles, Port Townsend, Forks or on Zoom. Information sessions are offered February, March, and April this year.View More
Listening and learning about how colleges can be more effective partners to Tribal Nations was the focus of the “Government to Government Summit” held January 17 at Peninsula College.View More
Peninsula College has been awarded over $880,000 to expand its current Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) course and to provide expanded aid to students in the program.
The funds were awarded by the state Board for Community and Technical Colleges following a competitive grant process.View More
All are welcome to submit their short film – from one to 10 minutes- on the theme of “Dating” for this year’s Very Short Film Festival slated for March 16 at Peninsula College. “Dating” is open to interpretation and may include anything from carbon dating to edible dates (those sticky, sweet things), to humans dating humans. Take your pick!View More
Adventure writer and naturalist Sy Montgomery will serve as the Peninsula College Writer in Residence for Spring 2023.
Montgomery has written more than 30 books for adults and children and was a 2015 finalist for the National Book Award for nonfiction with her New York Times bestseller “The Soul of an Octopus, A Surprising Exploration Into the Wonder of Consciousness.”View More
A $32,874 Job Skills Program (JSP) Grant, secured by Peninsula College, will allow local employer Brix Marine to reduce the time needed to upskill entry-level employees and decrease turnover rates at their location east of Port Angeles.View More
Thanks to a new partnership, non-English speakers will now have a chance to learn essential language skills while their kids are in free, high-quality childcare. Starting in January, Peninsula College English as a Second Language (ESL) classes will be offered at the YMCA of Sequim and free childcare will be available to the students.View More
Beginning winter quarter 2023 newly enrolled Peninsula College cybersecurity students will receive $500 in student aid. The move comes following receipt of a Cyber Security Program Funding Grant and the growing need for individuals with cybersecurity training in the workforce.View More
The Economic Development Councils of Clallam, Grays Harbor and Jefferson Counties, as well as Peninsula and Grays Harbor Colleges, are thrilled to announce a new innovative grant program called Olympic Peninsula Small Business Boost.
Editors at Tidepools magazine are accepting submissions for Peninsula College’s annual literary arts magazine.
Residents of all ages living in Clallam and Jefferson counties are invited to enter their original artwork, photography, poetry, short stories, and music for an opportunity to win cash prizes and be published.View More
Washington State expects over 740,000 job openings over the next five years – nearly three-quarters of which will require a degree or certificate beyond high school. According to Career Connect Washington, in order to keep these employers growing here, more Washington students need to be connected to in-demand high-potential careers right here in our state.View More
PORT ANGELES, WA. – The Peninsula College Hall of Fame Committee is accepting nominations for new inductees through Oct. 31 for its next induction ceremony in the spring of 2023.View More
Dear PC Community,
For more than 60 years, Peninsula College has celebrated and welcomed students from all backgrounds. We exist to serve all members of the community who seek a better life through education. Our community-centered mission has created a welcoming, inclusive environment, and we have not wavered from this commitment.