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.
Radiologic technology training and clinicals opened surgical unit doors – and a future – to Chelsea Fisbeck.
CareerTech Hall of Fame honors outstanding individuals; Canadian Valley students build food pantry storage facility; CareerTech is halfway to United Way goal; Stillwater civic group visits Oklahoma CareerTech; Metro Technology Centers receives leadership excellence award; useful links and my schedule for the week.
Moore Norman Technology Center and Myriad Botanical Gardens partner to make display ideas a reality
Northwest Technology Center helps train Department of Corrections employees; Pioneer Tech hosts Veterans’ Focus event; CareerTech BMITE staff attend MBA Conclave; Western Tech hosts CareerTech Safety Conference; CareerTech state director will moderate #OklaEd chat on Nov. 15; United Way Campaign starts; useful links and my schedule for the week.
T. McDonald Construction makes tracks from a backyard backhoe to one of Eufaula's largest employers.
Doing whatever it takes, Parker Pest Control – the "Pied Piper of Ponca City" – takes on government contracting.
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.