EVERETT, Wash. – Washington State University President Kirk Schulz is the keynote speaker for the Everett Community College Foundation benefit breakfast April 25.
The breakfast is at 7:30 a.m. at EvCC’s Walt Price Student Fitness Center, 2206 Tower St. To attend, RSVP by April 20 online at EverettCC.edu/Foundation or by emailing foundation@everettcc.edu.

There is no charge for the breakfast; attendees will be given an opportunity to contribute to the EvCC Foundation.

Schulz, WSU’s 11th president, is guiding WSU’s transformation into one of the nation’s top public research universities.

The WSU system includes six locations in Washington state, most recently WSU North Puget Sound in Everett at EvCC’s Everett campus. Many EvCC engineering and communications students transfer to WSU North Puget Sound.

The breakfast is part of the EvCC Foundation’s efforts to increase the number of student scholarships, emergency loans and grants. The Foundation is also working to seek out equipment and support to ensure students have the technology they need in the classroom.

The EvCC Foundation, in partnership with corporations, businesses, foundations, and individuals, is committed to continuing the college’s tradition of serving as the region’s leading provider of academic and technical education.

For more information about the EvCC Foundation, visit EverettCC.edu/Foundation.