Recent Community College Graduates Tool

From Aerospace and Advanced Manufacturing Programs


Bates Technical College
Tacoma, WA
Bellingham Technical College
Bellingham, WA
Big Bend Community College
Moses Lake, WA
Clark College
Vancouver, WA
Clover Park Technical College
Lakewood, WA
Edmonds Community College
Edmonds, WA
Everett Community College
Everett, WA
Green River College
Auburn, WA
Highline College
Des Moines, WA
Lake Washington Institute of Technology
Kirkland, WA
North Seattle College
Seattle, WA
Olympic College
Bremerton, WA
Renton Technical College
Renton, WA
Shoreline Community College
Shoreline, WA
Skagit Valley College
Mount Vernon, WA
South Puget Sound Community College
Olympia, WA
South Seattle College
Seattle, WA
Spokane Community College
Spokane, WA
Yakima Valley Community College
Yakima, WA
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Definitions of degree programs

  • AAS: associates in applied science degree
  • AAS-T: associate in applied science - transfer degree
  • ATS: associate in technical science
  • ATA: associate of technical arts degree
  • AAT: associate in applied technology
  • Certificate of completion: awarded in some professional and technical programs; usually do not include courses outside the major subject
  • Certificate of proficiency: awarded for the successful completion of a specific short-term program of study in a professional/technical field where course work is 44 credits or less, and generally does not include "related instruction" requirements (related instruction is a range of courses distributed across various areas, required for a professional/technical degree in order to develop breadth of knowledge outside the major field).

More about the COE's Recent Graduates Tool

Washington's 34 community and technical colleges produce thousands of graduates per year. This tool allows those in aerospace and advanced manufacturing to search for graduates within a category (skills or job type), school or location. This shows employers how many skilled labor positions they can hire within certain skill sets. When reviewing a college entry for a program, you may view:
  • Anticipated Graduates - how many students are expected to graduate in that program
  • Graduation dates
  • Skill types
  • Contact information for college program administrators or educators.
Employers can view this information and then schedule interviews or hire directly from our community college programs. This is a great tool for getting skilled labor into the workforce faster while filling an immediate need for manufacturers. Thanks for using our Recent Program Graduates tool. If you have any questions, please contact us.