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Confluence News Magazine

Our new news magazine “Confluence” serves as an intersection where we come together to share Center events and activities each month and important information about our all hazard emergency management career pathways. Our video and pod casts will bring together our pathway programs, their faculty, students and employers, and our communities across the state to discuss a variety of issues, interests, trends and discussions about our career pathways.

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Congratulation to our Board Members and Senior Fellows who all published preparedness books this year!

Congratulation to our Board Members and Senior Fellows who all published preparedness books this year! Two of our Board members, Curry Mayer and Michele Turner, along with Senior Fellow, Deb Moller, published books this year. The Future of Emergency Management After 2020: The New, Novel, and Nasty , by [...]

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Interview With Rising star: Tamara Corpin

Interview With Rising star: Tamara Corpin Linda Crerar: Share with us what it was that drew you to the Homeland Security Emergency Management field. Tamara Corpin: Before getting my degree in Homeland Security, my background was education. So, I had spent many years teaching and developing a curriculum. One [...]

Congratulations to This Year’s Rising Stars!

Congratulations to This Year’s Rising Stars! (Shontieka Adeogun, Mikaela Hagberg, Tamara Corpin) By Kellie Hale The Center of Excellence – Homeland Security Emergency Management (CoE-HSEM) has always been focused on student success and helping people change the trajectory of their lives positively and who have demonstrated excellence in their [...]

Welcome Monica Brummer: New Center Director for Clean Energy

Welcome Monica Brummer: New Center Director for Clean Energy By Kellie Hale Monica Brummer is the new Director for the Center of Excellence for Clean Energy at Centralia College. The Center is a statewide resource that represents the interests of the energy industry and their labor partners within the [...]

Welcome Carl Douglas: New Center Director for Semiconductors & Electronic Manufacturing

Welcome Carl Douglas: New Center Director for Semiconductors & Electronic Manufacturing By Kellie Hale Carl Douglas is the new Director for the Center of Excellence – Semiconductors & Electronic Manufacturing at Clark College. His Center works to ensure students access 21st-century tools and technology and link educational programs to [...]

Cybersecurity/Computer Apprenticeships

CYBERSECURITY/COMPUTER APPRENTICESHIPS Currently WA is showing 9953 cybersecurity job openings. Do you have an interest protecting digital privacy and infrastructure? Check out the following categories: Security Provision, Protect & Defend, Operate & Maintain, Oversee & Govern, Analyze, or Collect &. Each of these broad categories link to further job [...]

Cybersecurity Month: Be Cyber Smart

Cybersecurity Month: Be Cyber Smart “Our Nation is under a constant and ever-increasing threat from malicious cyber actors.  Ransomware attacks have disrupted hospitals, schools, police departments, fuel pipelines, food suppliers, and small businesses — delaying essential services and putting the lives and livelihoods of Americans at risk.  Any disruption, [...]

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Women in Leadership Profile: Dr. Amelia Phillips

Photo of Amelia Phillips Women in Leadership Profile: Dr. Amelia Phillips Many of us will say, “It isn’t rocket science!” to point out when a problem is laughingly easy compared to getting a rocket into space. But if you want to know more about what is rocket [...]

Interview with YuVonne Bailey-Navarrette

Interview with YuVonne Bailey-Navarrette Where do you see the degree programs going in the next 3-5 years? We are currently launching an AAS-T that has been accepted by 3 BA programs, Homeland Security and Emergency Management, Fire Service Leadership and Management, and Paramedicine. By developing this AAS-T students [...]

September: National Preparedness Month – Prepare to Protect

September: National Preparedness Month – Prepare to Protect “The theme of this year’s National Preparedness Month is “Prepare to Protect.”  During the past year, natural disasters have sent our communities into turmoil, and we have seen the particularly devastating toll they take on disadvantaged, low-income communities and people [...]

Center of Excellence – HSEM : Subcommittee Highlights

Center of Excellence – HSEM : Subcommittee Highlights Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) An integral part of the Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion project for the Center of Excellence for Homeland Security & Emergency Management. The goal is to develop student experiential learning opportunities by developing a [...]

Women in Leadership Profile: Tiffany Brown

Women in Leadership Profile: Tiffany Brown Women in Leadership Profile: Tiffany Brown What if you found the perfect role for yourself, working in a field you were passionate about, grateful to serve your community as a behind the scenes leader who many people might not even know about?  [...]

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