Culinary students at Clover Park Technical get serious about a cupcake competition. The state wants at least 70 percent of working-age Washingtonians to have some sort of post-secondary degree or credential by 2023. It will take a larger investment in state need grants to get there.
Culinary students at Clover Park Technical get serious about a cupcake competition. The state wants at least 70 percent of working-age Washingtonians to have some sort of post-secondary degree or credential by 2023. It will take a larger investment in state need grants to get there. Dean J. Koepfler News Tribune file photo, 2015
Culinary students at Clover Park Technical get serious about a cupcake competition. The state wants at least 70 percent of working-age Washingtonians to have some sort of post-secondary degree or credential by 2023. It will take a larger investment in state need grants to get there. Dean J. Koepfler News Tribune file photo, 2015

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