Thirty-four students from across the globe boarded the Victoria Clipper, a ferry that travels through the Puget Sound, to participate in a whale-watching trip organized by the International Programs department.
Green River College International Programs
Patricia is majoring in Computer Science and will be attending Columbia University in the fall. She was also admitted to Barnard College, Smith College, UC San Diego, UC Santa Barbara, Reed College, and University of Oregon (Honors).
I feel that Green River is a place where students are given a safe place to study, and are given many opportunities to learn, grow and explore. For me, it all started with a dream of being a commercial pilot. Then, I moved to Green River where the academic advisors in the International Programs office helped me craft out a plan to achieve that goal while receiving a good education in the process.
"Just put yourself out there, because you can find a lot of opportunities here at Green River. Anything that you like, or anything that interests you, you can definitely find something."
Green River College’s University Transfer Pathway Program provides Conditional Admissions and Designated Pathways to nearly 40 partner institutions in the United States and abroad.
Je Seung You is from South Korea. He came to Green River College in the fall of 2016 and transferred to Columbia University in January 2017.
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Dream Jang came to Green River in the fall of 2010 and graduated in June 2013 with her high school diploma and AB degree. She transferred to University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, majored in Political Science and graduated in June 2015 with her Bachelor’s degree. She now works full-time in the field of International Cooperation Development and at the same time is pursuing her Master’s degree in Korea.
"Green River is helping me to develop into a very well-rounded person by giving me leadership opportunities on campus. I am surrounded by people from many different countries and the instructors and staff are very caring."
Anh Nguyen is from Vietnam. She came to Green River College in the fall of 2015 and will be transferring to the University of Texas, Arlington in January 2018 after receiving her high school diploma and 60 college credits.
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