Putting an eBay purchase of two ambulances into overdrive, Samaritan EMS serves clients with heart.
CareerTech STEM is growing; Oklahoman to sponsor Workforce Skills Gap forum; Woodward Chamber discusses education that fits; OkACTE wants your opinion about its services; GuidanceFest 2015 is fast approaching; CareerTech will officially kick off its United Way Campaign on Oct. 19; useful links and my schedule for the week.
Latefia Wright overcame the odds and is starting a promising career in the electrical field.
From homeless to home-building, Latefia Wright discovers a passion for electricity.
GuidanceFest 2015 is fast approaching; tickets still available for CareerTech Hall of Fame ceremony; EdCampCTE a great success; Oklahoma CareerTech Celebrates Manufacturing Day; Oklahoma honors Careers in Construction Month in October; CareerTech to participate in United Way campaign; useful links and my schedule for the week.
Manufacturing Day℠ is a celebration of modern manufacturing meant to inspire the next generation of manufacturers. Although Manufacturing Day officially occurs on the first Friday in October—this year is Oct. 2, 2015—any day can be a Manufacturing Day.
Disability ACES Workshop planned at Oklahoma CareerTech; Adult Basic Education resources outlined; feedback sought for third draft of the Oklahoma Academic Standards; get your CareerTech Hall of Fame tickets before they sell out; manufacturing, construction to be honored in October; military hiring event is Friday; useful links and my schedule for the week.
CareerTech and TEEM partner to train welders and food service workers; congratulations to Southwest Technology Center and Hollis School District; updated Assessment List is now available; Skills Centers working with Macy’s to provide jobs for students; National Association of State Directors spotlights Oklahoma; national HOSA president visits Oklahoma; useful links and my schedule for the week.
Metro Career Academy’s farmers market is closing the gap between people who grow food and those who eat it.
Bob Ross replaces Amy Ford on the CareerTech Board.