Congratulations on 35 years of service

By Thunderworld Staff



Highline's Women's Program is a great program.

This program has been helping women students — and men — for the last 35 years.

The program can work in tandem with the Department of Social and Health Services to provide support for students who need it.

It provides emergency funds for students who need extra support for the cost of living.  These funds are open for any student to apply for.

It deals with issues such as domestic violence or sexual harassment. 

And it recognizes some incredible students at Highline, giving them the extra boost they need to persevere through the challenges of going to college.

Yesterday, the Women's Program observed its 35th annual celebration of women, this year titled And Still We Rise.  

During this celebration, the program recognized several women with awards for their accomplishments.

This program adds so much to this school, and deserves recognition. Thanks for all its efforts to make Highline a better place.

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Congratulations on 35 years of service

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