Crew on campus filming for Microsoft

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Ghost Atomic Pictures selected to use Shoreline Community College’s campus as the set for its latest project and client: Microsoft. The crew was filming footage on Monday, March 24 and Tuesday, March 25, for internal and online use for the local tech giant. The team chose to use Shoreline’s campus because of the modern look of the Pagoda Union Building.

Because they are filming unreleased products, details on the project were limited.

Article from Public Information Office at Shoreline Community College: http://news.shoreline.edu/2014/03/24/film-crew-on-campus/

 

Shoreline Creates a Bridge between Japan and United States

Shoreline Community College has partnered with The Japan Foundation and the Laurasian Institution to present the “KAKEHASHI Project- The Bridge for Tomorrow” as part of the Youth Exchange Program promoted by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan. The objectives of this project are to promote deeper mutual understanding between the people of Japan and the United States, enable future leaders of Japan-US exchanges to form networks. 

On March 20th, 2014,  400 students from 16 high schools came from Japan and visited  Shoreline Community College to learn more about international education and college life. We showed a video made by our international students, followed by a campus tour and a student panel discussion sharing their experiences in the U.S. 

Hiromasa, one participant, from Nanzan International Jr.Sr. High School, said “this visit helped me to develop a global perspectives and encouraged him to be an active roles in the future.”

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Join us with SCC Engineering Club!

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Shoreline Community College students in Engineering and Technology Society went to the Boeing Factory in Renton, WA. Students got the opportunity to tour the factory, see a plan getting made and meet with Boeing Engineers. Engineering and Technology Society is a very active club at Shoreline. Club member, Jessica reflects, “The Boeing facility tour was a really great experience. Everyone thinks engineers are socially awkward, but the ones we met were so friendly and willing to assist us. There was never an awkward moment.”

The club consists of 41 members and a popular club among international and domestic students. Students not only get the opportunity to explore the world of engineering by meeting engineers at local companies, but also meet and befriend students with similar interests. The Engineering and Technology Society is open to all students who have an interest in engineering, technology or their current project – the 3D printer.