Ag Center of Excellence

Under an SBCTC grant – concentrate information at one web site – about educational opportunities in agriculture available at any 2-year college in the state of Washington.


College Cellars of Walla Walla

Provide educational opportunities in the field of Enology and Viticulture. Operate a commercial winery.


Leadership Walla Walla

Leadership Walla Walla is aimed at all qualified men and women who actively participate in community roles and have a desire to increase their community involvement in order to assume present and future leadership roles. Leadership Walla Walla builds civic awareness and leadership skills beginning with an opening work sessions in September, followed by a series of eight all-day monthly sessions, one each in October through May. The program concludes with a closing work sessions and graduation program.


Learning Center for Non-Profits

The Learning Center for NonProfits, sponsored by Walla Walla Community College and the Sherwood Trust, exists to provide on-going training, resources, and education to current and prospective board members and staff of nonprofits on current and challenging issues as well as to encourage peer networks that foster sharing and collaboration among local members of our nonprofit community.


Lewis Clark Valley Literacy Council

The Lewis Clark Valley Literacy Council serve adult learners (18+) needing help with basic skills or English as a second language. Volunteers provide one-on-one tutoring in math, writing, reading and other language skills, using materials matched to each learner’s level.


Walla Walla Region Wine Cluster Economic Development Projects

Provide information on the economic impact of the wine industry in the Walla Walla, Washington region.


Walla Walla Valley Early Learning Coalition

The Walla Walla Valley Early Learning Coalition understands that early childhood experiences play a crucial role in a child’s success in school and in life. The ELC is taking action to improve the lives of children and families.


Washington State University

Washington State University created ten regional Learning Centers throughout the state to provide access to higher education to residents living far from its three campuses. Residents of southeast Washington can complete world-class degree and certificate programs without having to leave their homes.


Water and Environmental Center (WEC)

Focuses on collaboration and education for environmental and economic sustainability.  WEC facilitates regional and local partnership programs, provides community and K-12 education opportunities, and coordinates the WWCC Water Technologies & Managment, campus sustainability and “Go Green Club” activities.


Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation


Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation Fisheries


Sustainable Living Center


Washington State Department of Ecology


Walla Walla Watershed Management Partnership