A local leader with a national reputation

Shoreline Community College is well-known for leading the way and those  efforts are recognized with local, regional and national awards. Here are some of those honors: 

  • Toyota T-Ten award
    • For four of the past five years, SCC' s Toyota T-TEN Program is the top training program in the country by Toyota Motor Sales USA. More >
  • Bellwether Award 2011
    • Professional Automotive Technician Program recognized  for its stellar advances in the Workforce Development category at the 2011 Community College Futures Assembly. More >
  • Bellwether Award 2009
    • Clean Energy Technology Center program named one of top 10 Workforce Education programs in the United States at the 2009 Community College Futures Assembly. More >
  • King County Best Workplace for Recycling
    • SCC was the only community college or university recognized as one of the 2008 Best Workplaces for Recycling by King County. More >
  • 2009 School of the Year finalist
    • Automotive Technology Center one of four finalists for the " 2009 School of the Year" contest sponsored by Chicago Pneumatic tools and Tomorrow' s Technician magazine.
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  • Top literary magazine in the U.S. - 2010
    • The 2010 edition of Spindrift art and literary journal named best in the U.S. by the Community College Humanities Association. More >
  • Top literary magazine in the U.S. - 2009
    • The 2009 edition of Spindrift art and literary journal named best in the U.S. by the Community College Humanities Association. More >
  • Power Player Award - Seattle City Light
    • SCC' s 18 kilowatt solar electric energy system, the largest non-residential system in Seattle City Light's service area, brings award for leading in energy conservation. More >
  • Best Practices in Workforce Development
    • The Automotive Training and Career Opportunities Partnership honored with Governor' s Award for Best Practices in workforce development for the General Service Technician training program. More >
  • U.S. Department of Labor
    • "Recognizing the Demographics of the Workforce" Honorable Mention for effective services to individuals with disabilities, persons with limited skills in English, homeless individuals, migrant farm workers and others. 2007
  • Diversity at the top of award
    • President Lee Lambert honored for being a Top Contributor to the Asian Community by Assunta Ng and Northwest Asian Weekly newspaper. More >