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Metro Technology Centers and Creative Oklahoma take artistic partnership to new heights
The project is a five-story art installation for the State of Creativity Forum taking place Nov. 19 at the Civic Center Music Hall. Metro Tech students from four career areas worked across disciplines to design the art and capture the process.
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Aerospace Training Takes Wing at CareerTech
Located in News / Press Releases / 2012
Oklahoma FFA partners with Devon Energy to further agriscience education
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Canadian Valley Technology Center Involved In Project-Based Learning
The technology center tries a teaching concept spreading across the country that rethinks lecture-based classrooms.
Located in News / / Technology Center Press Releases / 2015
Dropout Recovery Helps Students Find Success
CareerTech: Removing barriers to learning.
Located in News / Press Releases / 2013
Cyber Security Investigator to Instructor
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200,000 Truck Drivers Wanted
The trucking industry desperately seeks quality drivers; CareerTech hits the road to fulfill the need.
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Question: College or CareerTech? Answer: Both
With at least 23 different courses required to graduate, Oklahoma high school students can find it challenging to fit in CareerTech courses.
Located in News / Press Releases / 2012
CareerTech Employee to Focus on Military Initiative
The Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education is supporting efforts to help those who have served in the military successfully transition into training or employment. To assist with these efforts, the department has hired Amy Ewing-Holmstrom, Lawton, to coordinate activities in southwest Oklahoma. She will begin April 9.
Located in News / Press Releases / 2012
Metro Tech Students Speak Out on Creativity
After working with Artist Douglas Elder to build a five-story bridge of string for the 2013 Creativity Forum Nov. 19, Metro Technology Center students were asked "What is creativity? Why did you volunteer to participate in a project like this? What lessons did you learn?"
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