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Career Change: Learning New Skills
The winds of change blow workers down new career paths requiring additional education and training and creating an opportunity to fill skills gaps in a new job in a new field.
Located in News / Video / CareerTech Fills Skills Gap
Charles Machine Works - Meridian Technology Center
Charles Machine Works leans into manufacturing in America.
Located in News / CareerTech Champions / Issue 24
Chelsea Fisbeck – Meridian Technology Center
Radiologic technology training and clinicals opened surgical unit doors – and a future – to Chelsea Fisbeck.
Located in News / CareerTech Champions / Issue 32
Cyber Security Investigator to Instructor
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Heather Eccard - Meridian and Eastern Oklahoma County Technology Centers
Heather Eccard emerges from life-changing events to change her career path and now helps change the lives of others at the Oklahoma Heart Hospital.
Located in News / CareerTech Champions / Issue 12
Jesse Balderson - Meridian Technology Center
Jesse Balderson owns the shop of accomplishment.
Located in News / CareerTech Champions / Issue 18
Mary Welch - Meridian Technology Center
Mary Welch constructs a sustainable life through Meridian Technology Center.
Located in News / CareerTech Champions / Issue 19
Michael Anne Bolene - SkillsUSA - Stillwater High School/Meridian Technology Center
MTC Engineering Academy student says SkillsUSA was instrumental in Ivy League acceptance and social metamorphosis.
Located in News / CareerTech Champions / Issue 35
Oklahoman to Lead National CareerTech Association
Located in News / Press Releases / 2013
One Stop Shop - ASCO Aerospace USA
Belgium-based ASCO Industries is a world leader in design and manufacture of complex mechanical assemblies for the aerospace industry. Available workforce, cooperation of Meridian Technology Center in training employees for specific jobs and Oklahoma State University collaborating on research were tipping points in the decision to open a facility in Stillwater.
Located in News / Video / CareerTech Fills Skills Gap
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