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Director's Weekly Memo 2015-7-13

Director's Weekly Memo 2015-7-13

Oklahoma TSA students cohost conference; Skills Centers tours continue; FCCLA members win, dance, raise money, get elected; standards available for review; military hiring event set for July 16 in Enid; top SBA administrator to speak at Oklahoma event; Oklahoma CareerTech Foundation golf tourney set; useful links and my schedule for the week.

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Andrew Mai - Pioneer Technology Center

Andrew Mai - Pioneer Technology Center

From tree forts to campus buildings -- Pioneer Tech grad lands job with major construction firm.

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Director's Weekly Memo 2015-6-29

Director's Weekly Memo 2015-6-29

OkACTE executive director named; end-of-year review; CareerTech Foundation golf tournament set Aug. 2; CareerTech thanks Express Employment Professionals; CareerTech director to tour skills centers; students and teachers learn to make and create at camp; useful links and my schedule for the week.

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How to Write a Responsive Proposal Workshop

How to Write a Responsive Proposal Workshop

OBAN is pleased to offer a FREE workshop with a one-time funding opportunity. The workshop is offered in two separate workshops with the morning session focuses on basic requirements and the afternoon session is geared towards the basic considerations. You may attend either or both sessions. You must preregister--seating is limited to 20 seats per session.

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Director's Weekly Memo 2015-6-22

Director's Weekly Memo 2015-6-22

CareerTech Foundation golf tournament set Aug. 2; OK Career Guide training planned; end of year review given; useful links and my schedule for the week.

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Director's Weekly Memo 2015-6-15

Director's Weekly Memo 2015-6-15

Francis Tuttle to be inducted into Oklahoma Hall of Fame; additional academic credits approved for CareerTech courses; Engineering Design Competition winners announced; Putnam City North HOSA adviser receives national recognition; academic credits approved for CareerTech courses; Teacher Institute applications available; OBAN coordinator wins SBA award; useful links and my schedule for the week.

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Director's Weekly Memo 2015-6-8

Director's Weekly Memo 2015-6-8

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.

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Director's Weekly Memo 2015-6-1

Director's Weekly Memo 2015-6-1

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.

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Skilled Workforce Demand

Skilled Workforce Demand

Caddo Kiowa Technology Center offers students skills training to attain industry credentials to fill highly skilled jobs.

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Director's Weekly Memo 2015-5-18

Director's Weekly Memo 2015-5-18

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.

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FFA Working to Attract Students to Rural Medicine

FFA Working to Attract Students to Rural Medicine

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.

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ULearn Academy

ULearn Academy

ULearn is steering students at younger ages towards subjects essential for a highly skilled workforce.

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Striking Back at Cancer

Striking Back at Cancer

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.

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