Happy Thanksgiving!; Can You Measure The American Dream?; Creativity Forum highlights CareerTech; Boggs recognized by his national peers; performance-based funding details being developed; Northeast Technology Center students set record AND prove CareerTech; fire certifications established; National Technical Honor Society members meet; Baldrige and schools, a way to advance education; the question of class size; and my schedule for the week.
Board approves organizational structure; business plan calls for support of system success and enhancements; work begins on refinement of performance-based funding system; special thanks to Marcie Mack and the data team; Project Lead the Way Counselor Conference; Oklahoma Economic Outlook Conference; new tech center annexations move forward; United Way campaign sets agency record; digital delivery news; Paraprofessional Guide underway; and my schedule for the week
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?"
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.
Thank you; America Works session a success; State Chamber business survey complete…more to come; reorganization feedback appreciated; Hall of Fame event a huge success; inmates learn life-changing skills; creativity conference coming to Oklahoma City; OBAN brings federal dollars to Oklahoma businesses; comparative data helps Wes Watkins with strategic planning; counselors receive professional development; professionals update crisis communications skills; tech center recognized at quality event; and my schedule for the week.
For veterans transitioning into the civilian world, it's not simply about finding jobs, but finding ones that can fulfill their passions.
Climate Craft reduces costs and grows employee base.
Training at CASECO advances productivity and company bottom line.
Marketing and leadership skills follow Whitney Devine into her kindergarten classroom.
Retired U.S. Army First Sergeant Stanley Schofield finds a good fit for his next career.
DECA re-directs self-motivated Randy Perry, fueling his potential.
Department reorganization plan unveiled; organizational plan overview; steps with target completion dates for the reorganization process; feedback and ideas you may have for the reorganization; great conference – consider attending; Creativity Forum coming to Oklahoma City; and my schedule for the week.
FCCLA state officer dies in car accident; opportunities in Woodward explored; America Works launches in Connecticut; 2013 CareerTech Hall of Fame banquet; Oklahoma energy producers are leading a national energy revolution; Moore Norman collaborates with Tinker and Boeing on new program; Metro Tech and Elite Protection form symbiotic relationship; tech center superintendents engage in legislative proposal development; state board reviews CareerTech assessment results, business plan, and legislative approaches; United Way auction earns $3,000 for the cause; and my schedule for the week.
The values of a retired first sergeant as standard bearer fit well with Stanley Schofield's second career plans.
CareerTech students can earn credentials to show they have the skills needed in the workplaces of today and tomorrow.
Five Oklahomans will be inducted into the 2013 Oklahoma Career and Technology Education Hall of Fame Nov. 6 at a banquet in the Oklahoma State University Conoco-Phillips Alumni Center in Stillwater. Tickets for the reception and banquet are $55 each. Please contact Lisa Eden, 405-743-5453, for more information or to make a reservation for the event. The deadline for reservations is Oct. 25.
CareerTech and other agencies will hold a military hiring event in Stillwater in November.