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Metro Career Academy Receives Grant to Open Oklahoma’s First Student Farmer’s Market
The MCA Sow to Grow Farmer’s Market to open in 2014.
Located in News / / Technology Center Press Releases / 2014
Image JPEG image BEP Training (25 2)
Business Enterprises students require different technology depending on their visual ability. Some students use recorders while others take notes.
Located in Technology Centers / Metro Technology Centers / News
State Agencies Join Forces, Creating Training for Visually Impaired
The Oklahoma Department of Rehabilitation Services’ Business Enterprise Program (BEP) and the Oklahoma Department of Career and Technical Education (CTE) have joined together to create a quality educational training for individuals who want to be entrepreneurs and who happen to be blind or have a visual impairment.
Located in Technology Centers / Metro Technology Centers / News
Kirt Billings
Deaf since childhood, Kirt Billings’ passion for aircraft mechanics helps him discover the sky’s the limit.
Located in News / CareerTech Champions / Issue 11
Kelli Carnes
In her “dream size” classroom, Kelli Carnes enjoys teaching students excited about science.
Located in News / CareerTech Champions / Issue 8
Metro Tech Graduate Mentors Students Through Internship Program
Located in News / / Technology Center Press Releases / 2014
Tony and Patricia Bustos - Metro Technology Centers, Oklahoma City
Teen parents take turns to succeed . . . together.
Located in News / CareerTech Champions / Issue 28
Latefia Wright – Metro Technology Center
From homeless to home-building, Latefia Wright discovers a passion for electricity.
Located in News / CareerTech Champions / Issue 32
Rising Above
Latefia Wright overcame the odds and is starting a promising career in the electrical field.
Located in News / Video
Metro Tech prepares to open Oklahoma's first student-led farmer's market
Located in News / / Technology Center Press Releases / 2014
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