CareerTech Hall of Fame inductees announced; Oklahoma CareerTech Summer Conference and CSI Workshop 2015 mobile app released; Disaster Response and Emergency Training Simulator goes to work; 25 graduate from CareerTech administrator program; Oklahoma CareerTech featured on California CTE site; Metro Tech Foundation holds sixth annual banquet; Filling a medical skills gap; useful links and my schedule for the week.
CareerTech state staff meet June 1; students, teachers learn to make and create at camp; OKNTHS sets fall conference date; Metro Tech students head to international workshop; summer scholarship applications open; SREB awards announced; useful links and my schedule for the week.
Caddo Kiowa Technology Center offers students skills training to attain industry credentials to fill highly skilled jobs.
CareerTech FY16 budget outlined; CareerTech education helps students move ahead; NRS leadership event; Lindsley receives national recognition; STEAMmaker camp off and running; CareerTech student organization leaders meet; Canadian Valley starts early to fill the skills gap; useful links and my schedule for the week.
Agricultural education and FFA, the affiliated CareerTech student organization, target students who are interested in the medical field because it’s easier to keep potential rural doctors at home than to attract urban doctors to the country.
ULearn is steering students at younger ages towards subjects essential for a highly skilled workforce.
Some 1.6 million Americans have been diagnosed with cancer this year alone. Careers with skills in research and biosciences will be in demand to make discoveries that lessen both the human and financial costs of cancer.
Cosmetologist combines college and CareerTech as she plans to open her own salon and spa.
Project Lead The Way provides middle and high schools with engaging, hands-on courses that prepare students to be innovative and productive leaders in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
Career ready job candidates fit well at Frontier Engineering Electronic Systems.
Workers with certifications or degrees are in high demand to fill jobs in Oklahoma’s business and industry sector.
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.
Unlike most other states, in Oklahoma, workers aren’t looking for jobs as much as jobs are looking for workers. It’s an issue that has everyone’s attention from the state Capitol to industry and education.
When a semitrailer carrying a wind turbine wound up in a ditch, Francis Tuttle Technology Center turned the accident into a learning tool for wind technicians.
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.