SkillsUSA Oklahoma Executive Council learns about texting and driving danger; Canadian Valley Tech names administration building for CEO Greg Winters; ODCTE opens dialogue on CareerTech agriculture education with Bulgaria representative; useful links and my schedule for the week.
Poor test scores and attitude mask Pedro Moreno's potential and passion for learning.
Oklahoma State University veterinary student credits TSA for her college success.
STEM grants available; 2016 FIRST Robotics competition kicks off; ODCTE, SDE hold transcript training sessions for registrars; useful links and my schedule for the week.
Southwest Oklahoma Plumbing wins more contracts and saves money and time with OBAN.
Struggling company changes course with government contracting success.
From baby bibs to bomb blasting caps, OBAN teams Shilog and manufacturers with the goal of winning federal contract dollars.
CareerTech programs embedded within K-12 schools; DECA program providing qualified employees; accreditation training planned this spring; spring CareerTech educator lottery scholarship applications open Monday; useful links and my schedule for the week.
NACIQI approves continued accreditation; two CareerTech courses added in computer science and computer technology; CareerTech’s proven successes in 2015 will narrow the workforce gap; CareerTech student organization helps student succeed; useful links and my schedule for the week.
Autry students help Our Daily Bread; SMC Technologies receives OSHA SHARP certification; thank you; CareerTech has a part in “Oklahoma Horizon”; useful links and my schedule for the week.
Francis Tuttle Technology Center’s broadcast and video production students learn the art of directing, writing scripts and editing projects.
Fourteen graduate from 2014-15 CareerTech Teacher Institute; tech centers listed in The Oklahoman’s Top Workplaces of 2015; battery recycler sends letter of thanks to EOC Tech; WorkKeys Career Readiness Certificates show employees have the skills they need; useful links and my schedule for the week.
Congratulations to Maj. Gen. Baxter; state agency evaluating budget; guide to career success after military service available; CareerTech safety training makes an impact; Oklahoma FFA launches new website; Oklahoma attends ACTE conference; useful links and my schedule for the week.
Oklahoma Hall of Fame posthumously honored Dr. Francis Tuttle; CareerTech safety training making a difference; one TSA chapter kicks off a statewide fundraiser for American Cancer Society; CareerTech STEM; useful links and my schedule for the week.
CareerTech, Metro Tech co-host law enforcement conference; thank you for joining the #OklaEd Chat; Department exceeds United Way goal; NTHS holds 10th annual State Leadership Conference; 2016 Oklahoma Economic Outlook Conference set; read about CareerTech Champions; useful links and my schedule for the week.
More than 1,700 attend BPA/DECA conference; Oklahoma FFA wins awards at national convention; Excellence in Action award applications available; CareerTech state director will moderate #OklaEd chat Nov. 15; SkillsUSA members help Shawnee Economic Development Foundation; interview during game will feature Marcie Mack; useful links and my schedule for the week.