Kelly Sommer of Rochester raises her arms in celebration with her classmates in the nursing school for the University of Washington Tacoma graduation at the Tacoma Dome in 2012. A new program by the local nonprofit Degrees of Change aims to attract or keep more graduates in Tacoma to launch careers.
Kelly Sommer of Rochester raises her arms in celebration with her classmates in the nursing school for the University of Washington Tacoma graduation at the Tacoma Dome in 2012. A new program by the local nonprofit Degrees of Change aims to attract or keep more graduates in Tacoma to launch careers. Lui Kit Wong News Tribune file photo, 2012
Kelly Sommer of Rochester raises her arms in celebration with her classmates in the nursing school for the University of Washington Tacoma graduation at the Tacoma Dome in 2012. A new program by the local nonprofit Degrees of Change aims to attract or keep more graduates in Tacoma to launch careers. Lui Kit Wong News Tribune file photo, 2012

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