Photos submitted by institutional members of the American Association of Community Colleges.

Feather River College in rural Northern California weathers the recent snowstorms that hit the northwestern United States. (Photo: FRC)
Louisiana Higher Education Commissioner Kim Hunter Reed (center left) and Gov. John Bel Edwards (center) sample the gaming table at the new $10.8-million Culinary, Gaming and Hospitality Center at SOWELA Technical Community College. The facility will train needed hospitality workers throughout the state as industry jobs are expected to jump by 14.9% by 2026. (Photo: SOWELA)
Presidents of Massachusetts community colleges join Gov. Maura Healey (center) and her Workforce Skills Cabinet to announce the details of MassReconnect, a proposed free community college program for adults age 25 and older who don’t have college degrees. Nearly 700,000 Massachusetts residents have some college credit. (Photo: Massachusetts Association of Community Colleges)
Iowa Lt. Gov. Adam Gregg participates in Community College Day at the state Capitol. (Photo courtesy of the Lt. Gov. Office of Adam Gregg)
Northwest Mississippi Community College students in the John Deere technology program showcase the program and their skills to prospective students and families at the annual open house. (Photo: NorthwestMSCC)
Students in Black River Technical College’s machine tool technology program work on a prosthetic paw for a puppy at a local animal rescue center. The new puppy paws include ventilation holes, joint tolerances and ergonomically correct padding, which will improve movement and grip. (Photo: BRTC)
Massachusetts State Police Sgt. David Stucenski (right) explains muzzle techniques to MassBay Community College EMS students. The college is believed to be the first higher education institution in the state to integrate first-aid training for dogs into its emergency medical technician and paramedicine academic curriculum in response to the state’s Nero’s Law. (Photo: MassBay)
Directors of the West Central Minnesota Small Business Development Center will embark on a road tour this month to raise awareness of the center’s benefits to the region and to spread the word of the regional SBDC office’s new host site, Minnesota State Community and Technical College. (Photo: M State)
A high school student speaks with a representative from Seminole State College of Florida’s Center for Adult and Workforce Education during Seminole State at Night. Around 500 juniors, seniors and their families attended the open house event that included campus tours, a program fair, information sessions and application help. (Photo: Seminole State)

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Matthew Dembicki edits Community College Daily and serves as associate vice president of communications for the American Association of Community Colleges.
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